…oh shit

To be filed under Things I Should Not Find As Hot As I Do Ever.

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Got to see Cap’s motorcycle from “The First Avenger” on display at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Awesome!! 

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Leverage Meme: 3/9 Quotes: till my dying day

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Steve called in a few favors


Steve called in a few favors

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Get to Know Me Meme [3/ ∞] - Favorite TV Shows - Stargate SG-1

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Rec: Revenant by Stele3

Revenant by Stele3
Length: 73.499 words
Fandom: Avengers
Rating: R
Relationship(s): Steve/Bucky
Summary: Post-movie AU in which Bucky didn’t just leave Steve on a river bank…he took him.

Reccer’s Notes: First off, this is very, very good, but definitely heed the warnings. For one thing, it deals with Bucky’s initial brainwashing/conditioning, both from Bucky’s POV and what Steve discovers and, to be honest, this was the hardest part for me. There are excellent content notes on each chapter you can choose to view (via the “See the end of the chapter for notes” section at the beginning of each), that I would also recommend you heed, particularly in regard to sexual situations. So this isn’t what I would call a light read, but I’m definitely giving stele3 mad props for the warnings.

I read this as a WiP that I picked up around chapter 3 and couldn’t put down. At some point, I will definitely go back and reread it in one go, but given the length and content, this sure as hell isn’t the week to do it. Unfortunately, that’s making writing this rec a little difficult beyond just keysmashing and flailing wildly. It’s an intense fic, dealing with a traumatized and exceptionally dangerous Bucky who’s spinning wildly out of control, dragging Steve through the darkness with him. Steve is- well. Steve is neither unwilling kidnapee nor a sterling example of mental stability except in comparison, and he is sincerely out of his depth. I’m pretty sure he’d be smashing his way into Bucky’s darkness one way or another even if Bucky hadn’t already picked him up and carried him there, but because Bucky takes him, it has the effect of isolating them from any kind of support or backup systems for a good portion of the fic, creating a very different atmosphere than a lot of post-CA:TWS explore.

The end - the epilogue - makes it clear that even after coming in from the cold, there’s a long road to be walked. It’s not magically perfect, but two years later it’s far removed from where they started and a happy ending that’s a balm to the soul.




I will always love Steve’s “Well, this has taken an awkward turn, but I’m going to be nice about it” face. 

I’m sure Chris Evans didn’t have to dig very deep to find the motivation in this scene.

and it gets worse every year.

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This is great. 


This is great. 


do u think buckys arm makes overheated computer sounds when he blushes due to his rise in body temperature like imagine steve kissing his cheek and suddenly u hear “WHIRRRRRRRRRRRRR”

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Avengers Actually Assembled: Part 2 (Part 1 found here)

A world where film studio rights don’t exist and all of Marvel exists as one place (also because I HAD to use the leaked Deadpool footage).

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Avengers Actually Assembled

A world where film studio rights don’t exist and all of Marvel exists as one place.

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There are two little boys outside my apartment building playing Captain America and Winter Soldier, and — I’m not even IN MCU fandom, but this seems very accurate — they are just taking turns carrying each other to an imaginary safe-zone, bridal style.

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"My dreams are the worst I’ve ever had. Images of the Winter Soldier fold in on each other… I see things I forgot happened… Like a door unlocking in my mind… Torture… Slaughter… And training others in their use… So much horror… I wake up vomiting. And don’t feel much better afterwards. My bad dreams linger…but I wouldn’t expect anything else…” —James Buchanan Barnes (Earth-616)