When Steve is introducing Bucky to the Avengers, Bucky swears that he knows Tony Stark from somewhere.
Then he remembers the assistant.
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24 May 2018
22 Jun 2017
Tony only really shows his issues when he's drugged and when that finally happens, the Avengers decide they should probably do something about this.
Captain America always there in the Stark household when Tony was growing up. For Tony, he was always the annoying older brother that his father compared him to. In the wake of the Chitauri invasion, Steve sheds more light on the situation than Tony ever really wanted. Tony is forced to confront the fact that Howard and Steve had been in a relationship, loved each other even, and he doesn't know how to deal; Steve's been thrown into a future where his lover is dead and accidentally left him a son, and everyone keeps walking on eggshells… when it comes to the dame he'd only kissed once, but not the man he gave his heart to.
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Iron Man (Movies), Captain America (Movies)
15 May 2016
“As long as I have this shield a piece of you will always be with me.” Were some of the last words that Steve said to Howard before he left his love to fight Red Skull, unknowingly leaving a piece of him inside Howard.A piece in the form of a precious life that would spend almost 25 years in a frozen state, until Howard figured out how to break the state, giving life to their child.
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Captain America (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel
23 Mar 2016
“Hello,” Steve whispers quietly, carefully brushing some of the tears away from the baby's cheeks.
Giving a sniffle, the baby latches on to Steve’s hand, then whines unhappily, hiccuping wetly.
“I don’t know how to, you know,” Steve explains helplessly, making something that vaguely resembles a cradling, rocking motion with his free arm. The baby is less than impressed with that, though, and takes a noisy, stuttering breath. Steve’s eyes widen in alarm. “Oh, no. No, ssh, no. Here, c’mon, it’s all right.”
Very gingerly, Steve slides one hand under the baby’s back, cups its neck with the other, and slowly lifts the squirmy bundle out of the crib, and against his chest. “There, ssh. That’s better, isn’t it?”
In answer, the baby tucks its damp face into Steve’s neck, apparently content to stay where it is. Steve glances around the room, a little lost, but the baby just gurgles, and doesn’t start crying again, which he decides to count as a success.
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22 May 2018