- Teen Wolf (TV) (1)
"You can't just open a book and say - " Stiles muttered a horrible rendition of Gaelic from one of the books set out on the table in front of him that he, Lydia and Derek were sitting around.
As soon as the words were out of Stiles’ mouth, Derek found himself tumbling off the chair and grunting in pain as his bones and muscles changed and reshaped, fur spilling over his skin. He lay on his side, panting, the full wolf shift having forced itself on him. Scrambling to his feet he shook his head, ears flapping and looked up at Stiles and Lydia.
Lydia’s eyebrows were almost in her hairline, before she dropped her face into her hand and sighed.
Stiles’ eyes looked as wide as saucers. “....oops?” he said.
Derek rolled his eyes.
Derek shot his hand out and grabbed Stiles’ wrist. “Stiles, stop,” he snapped. He could see someone that he recognized as one of Stiles’ neighbors curled up on the ground in front of the mailboxes. The neighbor’s heartbeat was rabbiting out of control and the smell of blood was coming from him.
"Derek, what -" Stiles turned to look into the lobby and froze. "Oh my god. Tyler!" Stiles darted off towards his neighbor. "What happened?! Fuck. Derek call an ambulance!" Stiles stood there staring, blood everywhere on the floor around his neighbor.
“Stiles, don’t touch him,” Derek barked. “He smells sick and you don’t know if it could be contagious.”
- Part 1 of Zombie Verse
In which trees and wolves fall in love, overcome fire, and survive ice.
25 Jul 2014
What it says, 5 times Steve Rogers ended up in jail (with and without Bucky) + 1 time all of the Avengers got arrested with him.
Fandoms: Captain America (Movies)
25 Jun 2017
The world was full of things no one could have expected.
Sergeant James Buchanan Barnes never expected to fall from a train into decades of torture and killing.
HYDRA never expected their perfect Winter Soldier's programming to shatter.
And Bucky, who'd once been the Winter Soldier, who was now an auxiliary to the Avengers, never expected to look down from a rooftop in New York City, where he was keeping watch over the world's most ineffectual aspirant supervillains, and see a tiny ball of angry sunshine. Fierce and fearless, he loosed feelings in Bucky that he'd thought were gone forever.
Bucky was determined to see him again. The better thing would have been to introduce himself. Not to stealthily follow him as he leapt across the rooftops, strong and agile, feet touching down like he was doing gravity a favour.
The world may have been full of things no one could have expected, but Bucky probably shouldn't have been surprised when his tiny ball of fierce, angry sunshine dumped him on his ass.