In a dystopian world where Donald Trump became president, can Mike Lindell (The My Pillow Guy) and Bernie Sanders find love while trying to save the world from their president? Join them and their close friends (Assassin cult) as they try to save America from itself.
(The people that have read this either love it or hate it there is no inbetween)
Fandom: Daredevil (TV), Marvel, Marvel Cinematic Universe
30 Nov 2018
Fandoms: Marvel, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Daredevil (TV)
23 Oct 2015
Foggy looks at them for a moment before the brick of realization thwacks into him and he has to groan and put his face down on the table.
“I’m not cheating on Daredevil with Matt.”
“That’s not what we’re saying.”
Foggy looks up at Steve. Searches his face. Groans even louder this time and puts his face back.
“Matt is not trying to steal me away from Daredevil.”
Where Matt is a little shit, the Avengers are concerned that Foggy is in a love triangle, and Matt and Foggy are so disgusting that Karen wants a raise.
28 Oct 2015
Matt comes to, flat on his back, with Iron Man and Hawkeye hovering over him. “Oh fuck,” Stark says, less than comfortingly.
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Ant-Man (Movies), Black Panther (2018), Daredevil (TV), Marvel Cinematic Universe
01 Aug 2018
Bucky Barnes fucking hated press conferences and TV interviews. Especially Fox News interviews. They all had the wrong idea about the team's stance on LGBTQ rights, so when the opportunity to correct them comes up during an interview the day before New York Pride, Bucky's all too happy to seize it.
(Team consists of Bucky Barnes/White Wolf, Steve Rogers/Captain America, Tony Stark/Iron Man, Clint Barton/Hawkeye, Natasha Romanov/Black Widow, Pietro Maximoff/Quicksilver, Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch, Vision, Thor, Bruce Banner/Hulk, Peter Parker/Spiderman, Scott Lang/Ant-Man, and Matt Murdock/Daredevil)
19 Jan 2020
You first have to admit there is a problem.
After Amergeddon things were supposed to be moving forward. They were supposed to be getting closer. That’s not what happened and in a moment of frustration, Crowley sought out an argument. Words were said. Feelings were hurt. Doors were slammed. Crowley is willing to apologize, willing to admit he’s wrong. There’s just one problem:
He can’t find his angel.
Trigger warnings: Depression, Talk of suicide, Abuse (Mental and physical), anxiety