Mmm a crack take on Matt being revealed as daredevil. It was going to be longer but I’m second guessing myself on whether the humor is appropriate, so let me know what you think. DareDevilR21 Asked for an unmasking fic and I hadn’t seen this angle before so here goes nothing?
The Big Reveal by me_again for Yods, NikkiPond
25 Oct 2016
Daredevil is unmasked in front of the team. So there's a betting pool, Avengers, oblivious Matt, and Karen is In Charge.
Sworn to silence by the Air Force after a friendly fire accident in Afghanistan, former aid workers James and Sam have come home to take over Sam’s family’s vacation rental business to escape the bad memories. Losing an arm and working maintenance wasn’t how James pictured his life turning out, but his life is good: He likes fixing things, he gets to work for his best friend, and he loves surfing every morning.
Fresh out of the ice, all Steve wants is for SHIELD to announce his return and let him get back to work so he won't have time to think about all he's lost. But when his psychiatrist refuses to clear him for duty until he's dealt with his trauma, he reluctantly accepts Tony's offer of a beach house for the summer to settle his mind. Armed with a false identity and a stack of sketchbooks, his only goal is to get back into the field. He's got no intention of letting his heart defrost along with the rest of his body.
That is, until a handsome maintenance man with a secret of his own shows up with a gallon of ice cream and a smile that could light up half of New York.
(Written for the 2021 Shrunkyclunks Big Bang)
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Captain America (Movies), Ant-Man (Movies)
12 Jun 2018
“So what kind of mission needs all of you plus the Ant-man?”
“We are in need of your suit but, more than that, we need your expertise,” Shuri gestured at the others, “As you said we have a genius, a spy and we have our soldiers. What we need is a thief.”
If Scott was in a TV show he’d be staring straight at the camera right now.
26 Feb 2019
Art imitates life and life imitates art. Steve Rogers life is chronicled by, New York Times best-selling author, Nick Fury. The problem is, he's the only one who can hear him.
Not knowing who the disembodied voice is, Steve rushes to prove he’s not crazy, ignore his feelings for his best friend, Bucky, and avoid what the voice says is his ‘imminent death’.
[Check bottom notes]
30 Oct 2020
“Hey Upper East Siders, guess who’s back? I may have cashed in my OG website, but as long as there’s scandal there’s Gossip Girl. With all my babies attending the SHIELD Academy Centennial Ball I just couldn’t stay away. As the plebeians say, don’t forget to subscribe. This is a limited time engagement and my pass says VIP. XOXO”
What do you do when your sister sends you an SOS so you fly back home and it turns out that the love of your life -- who happened to have ripped your heart out and left it bleeding on his nightstand -- also needs rescuing?
If you're Steve Rogers you get sucked into a scheme, make incredibly bad decisions, and then go, 'fuck it, I'm going all in'.
[In case you've never seen Gossip Girl all you need to know is that Gossip Girl is an anonymous entity with secrets flying out of their hair]
Bucky is a rockstar, one year sober, his sober chips shaped into guitar picks. Steve is an army vet wrangled by a friend who needed an additional bodyguard for the tour. Their time together is made up of small moments, quiet stretches where the whirlwind of the tour and Bucky’s thorny past fades into the background. But nothing stays in the past for long and Bucky will need to face up to it sooner or later.
Bookmarked by me_again
21 Oct 2021