Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man (Tom Holland Movies), Spider-Man - All Media Types, Iron Man (Movies), Marvel
04 Sep 2020
He doesn’t have an excuse as to why he does it. He hasn’t had anything to drink, so he’s more than fully capable of slipping the adderall back and saying no, of making sure he doesn’t cross the line.
Because he’s kind of certain that accepting pills from people at parties isn’t the kind of extracurricular activity that super secret Spider-Man should engage in, and wherever that mysterious line is, this is most likely way, way beyond that point. But if he were to take the little yellow pill, it'd only be the one time, and only because he's curious how it reacts with his powers. Nothing more. It's not like he's going to fuck anything up.
(He fucks everything up.)
07 Sep 2020
““—and now, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome to the stage Mr. Tony Stark!”
Peter’s eyes widened in panic. Mr. Stark patted him on the shoulder, then stood up and made his way to the stage amid cheers and applause.
No, no, no. Something was wrong.”
Peter makes his first official appearance as Spider-Man, charms the socks off New York’s high society, and saves Mr. Stark from an assassination attempt for good measure.
15 Sep 2020
Peter doesn't deliberately withold important information from his family anymore. But that doesn't stop him from being just a bit obtuse over what really classifies as "important". The release of a new Lego set is not important, for example.
This is why Tony only discovers Peter's feud with Doctor Otto Octavius when he's watching the villain and Spider-Man beat each other up live on TV.
That might have been worth mentioning.
- Part 2 of Great Power & Great Responsibility
11 Sep 2020
Peter knows he’s hurt badly enough that he can’t just slap a bunch of band-aids on his injuries, and especially the giant, still-oozing puncture wounds on his back and along his shoulders from the tips of Toomes’ wings. But it’s not like he can just stumble into an emergency room and ask to get stitched up. So where to go instead?
May would have a heart attack if she saw him right now, not to mention immediately figure out his secret. Ned would also definitely freak out, probably waking his parents in the process. Mr. Stark was an option, but Peter wasn’t about to bother him, not after how the man had made it crystal clear that he didn’t want anything to do with Peter ever again.
So no hospital, no May, no Ned, and no Mr. Stark just left… Happy.
Or: following his final fight with the Vulture, Peter is left grievously injured and in need of some serious help. Cue Happy to the rescue.
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man (Tom Holland Movies), The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Doctor Strange (2016), Captain America (Movies), Black Panther (2018), Spider-Man - All Media Types
26 Oct 2020
It’s been months since Rasputin and Disappear-O the Magnificent almost sent Tony and the others to a watery grave. Things have been pleasantly looking up since then. For starters, Tony felt as close as ever with the kid. Of course, trying to distinguish the difference between normal teenage angst and something else that could be seriously wrong with his protege was proving to be...a challenge. And walking into the kitchen to find the Winter Soldier eating his food was not helping.
Meanwhile, Peter has a whole new school year to look forward to. And with the addition of old friends popping back into his life, he was sure things could only get better from this point on. Sure, sleeping was a little rough lately, but no big deal. And he really needed to figure out how to remove this black slime from his backpack. But yeah, everything’s great.
Things were great. Totally great.
Although, now that he was being honest with himself, Peter was feeling a bit sick lately. And for real, what was with this black slime?
(Or: OsCorp is inadvertently ruining everyone's life and Tony is done with this B.S. Protective Avengers and Shameless Peter Whump.)
- Part 2 of Identity Saga
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14 Sep 2020