remember how the Lich from Adventure Time was basically the better written, more interesting and intimidating version of the MCU’s Thanos?
whats up danger | p.p [teaser]
summary: it’s 2023, after tony stark, after steve rogers, and after natasha romanoff. new york city is under attack, leaving the fate of everyone in the city, including their friends, in their hands. the only problem? are they too scared to step up, or are they ready to follow the legacy the fallen avengers passed on?
warnings: endgame spoilers, possibly some far from home spoilers, stark!reader, fluff, also peter and reader are in senior year of high school
a/n: @mcuspidey i’m making ur feed less toxic 🤪
you’re a stark, act like one!
you’re not as strong as you think you are.
tony would be disappointed in you.
you woke up with a jolt, eyes scanning the dark room. your breathing was heavy, and you felt the arm that was once wrapped around you droop to the side. you put your head in your hands, the sound of the bedside light clicking on sounded through the otherwise silent room. the bright light flooded in the room as a soft hand was placed on your back.
“you okay?” he asked from behind you, reaching up and putting his head on your shoulder blade. you rubbed your hands over your face, nodding as you lead back into his now open arms. your back was pressed against his chest, clad in a grey sweatshirt he was messily stuffed in his bag before patrol.
I can’t explain why, but this picture looks wrong; it’s like one of them accidentally slipped into the other’s universe and said “whoops!”
I have a hard time believing Steve had a lot of attachment or sentimental value towards new technology. Especially
projections ideas that he was always lamenting about ~*all the things he missed*~ when he went back to the 1940s. Throughout the series, he’s embraced the evolution of technology but doesn’t immerse himself into it - two totally different things.
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