bro-stoevsky:

shinelikethunder:

eccecorinna:

watertightvines:

I do feel that fandom, in its distress over Bucky’s general existence, has neglected something very important:

BUCKY IS NOW WANDERING AROUND DC UNSUPERVISED AND CONFUSED

Does he figure out the SmarTrip machine?

Does he wait patiently for Silver Line trains?

Does he like cupcakes?

Does he get to visit the dinosaur part of the Natural History Museum before it closes for renovations?

THESE ARE THE IMPORTANT QUESTIONS

DOES HE REMEMBER TO CHECK FOR WEEKEND TRACK WORK

does he know the good times to go to the zoo

does he read Capital Weather Gang yet

who signed him up for a DC public library card

I feel this is relevant to melannen, bro-stoevsky, shewhowishes, and our post-Cap-2 discussion of Bucky wandering into a Ben & Jerry’s and staring into the distance with a slightly haunted expression while the poor girl behind the counter tries to ask him what kind of ice cream he wants. (They’re probably running a special Captain America themed flavor, too.)

"Excuse me," a woman said, putting her hand on the Winter Soldier’s elbow outside of the Ben and Jerry’s in Dupont, which was honoring free cone day. He almost dropped his ice cream in surprise, but held onto it. "Can you tell me how to get to the White House? I’m not sure if I should take the Metro to Elephant Plaza or Smithsonian. Do you know?" 

The Winter Soldier stared at her, so she pointed out the landmark, glittering in the sunlight at the other end of town. “I just need to get that way, to the White House.”

"That’s the United States Capitol," said the Winter Soldier. 

"Are you sure?"

"No," said the Winter Soldier, turning to leave with his ice cream.

He wasn’t sure of anything.

An hour later he found himself in Meridian Hill. He went into the park. His ice cream had melted on the aspirationally buff curves of his metal arm, and it was attracting bees. He found himself facing a tired-looking bronze and granite statue, also surrounded by bees due to the melting frappucino in spilled at the statue’s feet. 

BUCHANAN, said the inscription above the statue, and to one side, JAMES BUCHANAN OF PENNSYLVANIA.

The Winter Soldier felt a deep sense of loss, or discomfort, seeing those words. Something was missing from him as he was, taken or forgotten or lost, and thinking hard he identified it: the ice cream.

He needed a fresh ice cream. 

(Source: hoursago)

hoursago:

great at
archery
boats

hoursago:

great at

  • archery
  • boats
ao3org:

[The cover of Young Avengers (2013) #13, featuring the title’s logo in the center above the assembled cast: (clockwise from top) Hulkling, Wiccan, Marvel Boy, Miss America, Hawkeye, and Prodigy. A red Marvel banner at the bottom gives the issue’s title at the left and the list of this issue’s creators at the right.]
Young Avengers is an American comic book published by Marvel. The first run, spearheaded by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung, began in 2005 and ran until 2012. In 2013, Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie brought the series back, adding some new characters to the group’s roster.
As both Young Avengers series focus on the adventures of some of the teenage heroes of the Marvel universe, several of the stories include such common young adult themes as destiny, young love, and leaving home, but with a unique backdrop of time travel, reality-warping powers, and alien invasions.
Both iterations also feature a diverse cast of characters, but the characters of Wiccan (Billy Kaplan) and Hulkling (Teddy Altman) may be the most famous. As young superheroes in a stable homosexual relationship, these Young Avengers were quickly recognized as role models not just for their heroic deeds in fighting evil, but in being a positive influence for homosexual and/or questioning youth. In fact, both launches of the series have won GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) Media Awards for Outstanding Comic Books: first in 2008 and again in 2014.
Celebrate the Young Avengers by posting creations new and old on AO3, and expand the list of resources and share fandom stories on the Fanlore page! Got a favorite Young Avengers creation to share? Add Young Avengers fan fiction and fan art recommendations to our April Showers collection! 
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ao3org:

[The cover of Young Avengers (2013) #13, featuring the title’s logo in the center above the assembled cast: (clockwise from top) Hulkling, Wiccan, Marvel Boy, Miss America, Hawkeye, and Prodigy. A red Marvel banner at the bottom gives the issue’s title at the left and the list of this issue’s creators at the right.]


Young Avengers is an American comic book published by Marvel. The first run, spearheaded by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung, began in 2005 and ran until 2012. In 2013, Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie brought the series back, adding some new characters to the group’s roster.

As both Young Avengers series focus on the adventures of some of the teenage heroes of the Marvel universe, several of the stories include such common young adult themes as destiny, young love, and leaving home, but with a unique backdrop of time travel, reality-warping powers, and alien invasions.

Both iterations also feature a diverse cast of characters, but the characters of Wiccan (Billy Kaplan) and Hulkling (Teddy Altman) may be the most famous. As young superheroes in a stable homosexual relationship, these Young Avengers were quickly recognized as role models not just for their heroic deeds in fighting evil, but in being a positive influence for homosexual and/or questioning youth. In fact, both launches of the series have won GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) Media Awards for Outstanding Comic Books: first in 2008 and again in 2014.

Celebrate the Young Avengers by posting creations new and old on AO3, and expand the list of resources and share fandom stories on the Fanlore page! Got a favorite Young Avengers creation to share? Add Young Avengers fan fiction and fan art recommendations to our April Showers collection!


(In honor of our April Showers festivities, we’re highlighting one fandom for each day in April. Help us celebrate by keeping an eye on our social media sites: AO3 Twitter, AO3 Tumblr, and Fanlore Twitter.)

(via candidlily)

I grew up in a house where my father went on auditions, and he got some and he lost some, and there were good years and lean years. I didn’t expect anything from the business, and that’s often a danger in Hollywood, the notion that if you’re pretty and have white teeth and just show up for the game then you’ll win.

(Source: dailychrispine, via fuckyeahteamjones)

(Source: lawyerupasshole, via kateordie)

radtracks:

mr. blue sky // electric light orchestra

mr. blue, you did it right
but soon comes mr. night
creeping over, now his hand is on your shoulder
never mind
i’ll remember you this
i’ll remember you this way

(via bohemu)

ryanguldemond:

verily-thor:

nippleninja:

clint thats not how you make friends 

… I do not understand. When were you going to shoot me, Bird Man?




clint when did you even take the pictures

ryanguldemond:

verily-thor:

nippleninja:

clint thats not how you make friends 

… I do not understand. When were you going to shoot me, Bird Man?

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clint when did you even take the pictures

So I’m taking Mr. Kirk aboard.

(Source: lancastrien, via fuckyeahmckirk)