"Will you be able to put up with me for another 56 more years?"
"I am looking forward to it."
- Round 25 @lightsonparkave: Aging
Inspired by JC Leyendecker
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a messy comic for you all bc i couldn’t get the idea out of my head
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Morning(Emh) and Night(AA)
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Did Jed MacKay read domestic post-Avengers (2012)/Stevetony fanfic because this whole thing reeks of domestic post-Avengers (2012)/Stevetony fanfic vibes
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CAN SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON HERE?!? WHERE IS THIS FROM?!? WHAT THE FUCK?!?
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On the days that his gray hair glare at him, Tony wistfully wonders if he'll ever get to see Steve sprout some of his own.
The truth is of course not, and the truth fucking hurts. But it doesn't hurt to imagine nonetheless; in a world where they both could grow old together...
And sometimes, Steve reads him with the same skill set he uses in the battle field; when words aren't necessary and arc reactor beam meets shield to destroy their enemies collectively.
Sometimes those moments happen to be on a horizontal plane, during their saucy tango time in the bed.
Sometimes they happen surprisingly, to Tony's surprise that is, during their normal daily life.
So when one evening, he returns home from a lengthy meeting, feeling the whole world is going to collapse on him, Tony sees Steve in their bedroom and stops dead on his track. Jaw dropping.
"What the hell happen to your -,"
He couldn't even finish his sentence before Steve starts bounding towards him, pink high in his cheeks and one hand rubbing his nape.
"Bucky was getting his haircut today and I thought..." he shrugs, as if that could explain everything.
"What?" Tony asks. "What did you think?"
Steve's sheepish still, but something makes his spine snap straight and shoulders square. "I was assured grey looks good on me."
Tony stares at him, both dumbfounded and frantic (if those two can even come together on his face).
All he could think is: What the fuck. And that goes on for a full minute. And maybe more, he doesn't know, he isn't counting.
In the end, what snaps him is when Steve steps forward and turns him around; their reflections stare at them in the mirror making Tony take a sharp inhale at the vision they make right then.
Tony with his almost grey hair, dressed primly still from his formal meeting, and Steve. Good lord, his annoyingly perceptive and ever so thoughtful Steve. Standing there in his white tee and sweatpants with his hair colored in various shades of grey and white; as if he's growing old with Tony. Them; both; together.
And Steve says, all too softly and close to his ear with his chin propped on Tony's shoulder, "We match."
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“Guess who lost a bet?”
I forgot how much I enjoyed avengers assemble and now im garbage again
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Some uh... cute cuteness...?
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Another 💫gay💫 ship I also don't hate: steve and tony
Like, I know it's dumb. It's not stucky, or even sambucky, but I mean... it's kind of ironic, right?
Why would you want to spend the rest of your life with someone just like you? So you could go through the motions, the same routine everyday? No. I couldn't.
But steve is soft but strong, while tony is a bit more aggressive but mentally weak. They've both had their share of trauma. They are chaos anytime they are together. They fight like an old married couple with guns. So basically michigan life.
They are complete opposites, but they care about eachother enough to be considered good friends.
And theres the whole arguement that the avengers were never friends because they didn't check on eachother in the few years preceeding endgame... but honestly, I think that might have been for the better. They lost apart, so they should mourn apart. They all faced different losses that the others couldn't relate to. Steve to Bucky and Tony to Peter, for example.
But these two, from the moment they are working together again, they bounce off the other. They were thinking the exact thing after they failed to get the tesseract in NY. They trusted each other when they didn't know what was going on. Tony trusted steve to lead the avengers in battle, despite their previous tensions.
Given the chance, these two could have had a whole trilogy about them living together and breaking up every movie and it would make sense.
And do I have to mention the fact that if one was the opposite gender, civil war would have went VERY differently? But that's true for everything.
I don't know. I just like to rant. :) 🖤🤟
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Can you rec me fics?
I'm looking for:
WIPs (that update regularly)
I miss cliffhangers and being excited for a new update 😌💖
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Direct link at reblog!
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steve: and also completely coincidentally my crush has to come with me. please don’t ask why I’m sending two avengers leaders/heavy hitters to the same location for no reason. thank you
like. this man is on some kirk and spock shit. “yeah let me just bring my second in command everywhere with me so we could easily be captured or killed at the same time but it’s fine bc we’re gay” sir, no it isn’t!!!
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I feel ill. Don’t contact me in the next couple of weeks
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Steve Rogers at Pride
Inspired by Adi Granov's Captain America: Living Legend cover
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so i was looking at the white board showing all of the title ideas for spiderman 3 as one does and noticed something. tell me if you’ve spotted it.
don’t see it yet? here’s a closer look.
RIGHT HERE! STONY SHIPPERS ARE WORKING ON THE SPIDERMAN 3 MOVIE 🔊🔊🔊
this is an edit that I found on twitter
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cleaned up the marvel pride parade :D
do not make a joke about the first disney character do not make a j
also Steve looks like the ultimate frat boy so i guess that's bonus point for representation
NOW ON MY REDBUBBLE :DDDD
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They came back after 6 weeks. sunburnt and married :’)
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Bro cannot believe AA got so good at roasting the MCU they did “Steve has the opportunity to go back in time with Peggy but doesn’t” before Endgame even came out like “we know what you’re going to do and we’re stopping you right there”
And it's not like AA shied away from exploring how much Steve mourned his past either—the show did a great job of showing how, even though Steve carried a lot of grief for what he lost, he also held an unwavering hope and conviction for his place in the future!!
For example, in the episode you mentioned (New Year’s Resolution, S4E14), Peggy crash lands in the future and reunites briefly with Steve, which re-opens old wounds as the two try to make up for lost time. This all comes to a head at the end of the episode, as Peggy is about to head back through the time portal:
Notice how Peggy phrases this like an observation. Your home is here now, she tells Steve, because after spending a few hours with him, she’s noticed how much Steve’s acclimated to the 21st century—he has a new team, new friends, and a whole new life. Yes, he misses Peggy, and yes, he entertains the notion of returning with her, but he doesn’t actually argue the matter, or seem to be seriously conflicted about it. Deep down, Steve knows too that his place is in the future.
In fact, we actually saw him come to terms with that a season ago, in Saving Captain Rogers (S3E3). In this ep, Baron Zemo has kidnapped and brainwashed Steve into thinking he’s back in 1940 and fighting alongside Bucky. Bucky, in this case, isn’t actually real; he’s just a figment of Steve’s imagination, and, arguably, acts as a conduit for his grief and conscience. As Steve himself starts to realize that he’s stuck in an illusion, we get this scene:
This scene is essentially Steve fighting with himself. While part of him is not ready to let go of the people he loved and lost, he knows in his heart that he has to move on—not only to survive but to live. To enjoy what he has now to the fullest extent. With this realization, Steve is able to break free of Zemo’s control and returns home, sharing with Tony and Natasha:
And isn’t it so telling that, in both instances where Steve has to confront his past, the episodes end with him celebrating all he’s found in the future? In Saving Captain Rogers, we’re left with the scene of Tony playfully ribbing Steve about his beloved butter pecan ice cream, while Natasha smiles at the photo of the team Steve has placed on his bedside table:
And, as its name would suggest, New Year’s Resolution ends much the same way. Despite having to let Peggy go a second time, the night ends with Steve smiling wistfully as he watches the city celebrate the arrival of a bright and promising new year—arm in arm with the one person who helped him realize the 21st century was a home worth staying in after all.
tldr; sorry MCU, but AA!Steve is just built different
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