10 Nov 2018
Bucky came back from Afghanistan with PTSD and a metal arm. After years of therapy, he's finally regaining a sense of self and identity that was lost when he became a POW.
Then aliens descend upon Manhattan and Bucky is thrown back to Europe during World War II. Because why have one reality-shattering event when you can have two? But the 1940s weren't meant to handle Bucky Barnes, and beyond the cardinal rule of time travel (you can't go back in time and kill Hitler), there's a few things he's having trouble not messing up. Like Captain America's epic romance with Peggy Carter or the whole damn timeline.
The last thing he needs is to fall in love with Steve Rogers (although Howard Stark gaining proprietary rights to the iPhone around the same time he helped split the atom was a very close second).
30 Aug 2016
Steve Rogers belonged in Starfleet, but his home would always be with Bucky Barnes.
- Part 1 of A Thousand and One
08 Jul 2016
All Tony has to do is convince FBI Agent Steve that he isn't a domestic terrorist hell-bent on undermining the strength of the US government. Easy, right?
It's a damn shame that it's technically true.
30 Aug 2016
If there are 1,001 different universes, there are 1,001 different versions of Steve and Bucky that will find each other. Sometimes they get lost, but they always make their way back home.