What are you doing here?

Are you lost?

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dr-kara:

I guess now would be a good time to let everyone know I still have one metal arm left for a male Imperial :3
I’m selling it for 500g or 175k fcfs
doctorkara #67251

Just in case anyone joined Flight Rising this past week, and wants to make a Bucky dragon. 8)
You should friend Kara.  Also maybe me.  I don’t know what the heck is happening here.  Dragons, I guess.  DRAGONS.  Scifigrl47 #98028

dr-kara:

I guess now would be a good time to let everyone know I still have one metal arm left for a male Imperial :3

I’m selling it for 500g or 175k fcfs

doctorkara #67251

Just in case anyone joined Flight Rising this past week, and wants to make a Bucky dragon. 8)

You should friend Kara.  Also maybe me.  I don’t know what the heck is happening here.  Dragons, I guess.  DRAGONS.  Scifigrl47 #98028

Filed under flight rising stuff I joined flight rising because kara

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copperbadge:

shankyknitter:

copperbadge:

historymiss replied to your photo “Captain America’s newsboy hat, or Moist Von Lipwig’s casual-wear.”

Cockney Captain America

Oh god, now I want to write working class Londoner Steve Rogers (son of an Irish chambermaid) being taken into the UK’s science division and becoming the…

Damn it now I want to rewrite La Morte de Arthur with Steve as the once and future king. I could recaset the whole round table with Marvel heroes. Oh gods this will take forever and may actually kill me.

IDK if you’re into the comics but you should know, if you aren’t, that Tony Stark is an epic Arthuriana fanboy.

Red is traditionally the colour of Percival/Peredur, but I don’t think anyone’s going to buy Tony Stark as an uncorruptable virgin knight. He’s much more in Gawain’s line. Sex, drugs, and mythological beheadings.

Hey, remember that canon comic storyline when Tony Stark and Doctor Doom ended up back in Camelot fighting over who got to weild Excaliber? And then they went to the far future to meet the reincarnated Arthur, who was a snot nosed brat, and Tony got dissed by a Radio Shack employee? A FAR FAR FUTURE RADIO SHACK EMPLOYEE?

Oh, man, Comics. (For those who don’t believe me, look up Iron Man: Doomquest!)

Filed under nothing fan writers come up with is sillier than canon nothing seriously Tony getting smack talked by a radio shack employee and being like Nice to see some things never change will ALWAYS be funny to me

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dixxymouri:

Some commissions I did for scifigrl47! Melinda May from Agents of SHIELD and Maria Hill from the Marvel Cinematic Universe!

I GOT BATTLE DAMAGED MARIA!

Now, I will have Dixxy’s magnets of Phil, Clint, Nat, Nick, Maria and May.  The front of my fridge is SHIELD agents, and Bruce.  Because he’s super cute, and he’s under loving protective custody.

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copperbadge:

scifigrl47:

One of the fun things about being a fan writer is that every time you read a (completely justified and reasonable!) criticism of fandom tropes and writing tropes, you become completely and utterly convinced that everything you’ve written is JUST CONTRIBUTING TO BAD THINGS IN THE WORLD.

Then crying.

I do tend to assume that even if they don’t know me, they are literally writing because something I wrote made them SO ANGRY about it.

Even if it’s targeting a trope in a ship/fandom you don’t write in, then you’re just sure that they’re just making a polite smoke screen.

Filed under clings to sam sam understands me AND MY CRAZY

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One of the fun things about being a fan writer is that every time you read a (completely justified and reasonable!) criticism of fandom tropes and writing tropes, you become completely and utterly convinced that everything you’ve written is JUST CONTRIBUTING TO BAD THINGS IN THE WORLD.

Then crying.

Filed under this isn't just me right? RIGHT? sigh

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Interviewer: Did you do a lot of your own stunts?

Anthony Mackie: I did a bunch of the stuff leading up to the stunts. I tried to do one stunt and I ran into a parked car, face-first.

Interviewer: The directors were telling me— I asked if there were any close calls and that was the one situation they brought up!

AM: [Laughs] No, but they tricked me. First of all, no one— if I tell you to fly, you’re not going to know how to fly ‘cause as humans, we don’t fly. So they tell me they’re going to raise me up ten feet and let me go. I swing in, land on my feet, and walk and talk…. so they pulled me up ten feet and said ‘how do you feel?’ and I said ‘I feel good!’ But I keep going up! They pull me up forty feet off the ground and I’m like ‘THIS DOESN’T FEEL RIGHT!’ [Laughs] And they let me go. And I’m coming down at like….mach 2, right? And I look at Chris [Evans]’s face and he goes… “You’re going to die.”

-Anthony Mackie, interview with Access Hollywood

Guys, watch this WHOLE THING. He’s fucking hilarious. 

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Second the rec for the video, Mackie’s retelling of this story is fucking GOLD

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Filed under adorkable bb he really does give the best interviews

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ittybittymanatee:

paranormal-peggy:

This January, 2015 starts with a trip back to the 50’s, courtesy of writer Kathryn Immonen and artist Rich Ellis. OPERATION S.I.N. follows Peggy Carter and Howard Stark in a globe-trotting adventure into Cold War era Russia trailing an alien artifact that could upset the balance of international relations.

“When we first decided that Peggy would be one of the leads, there was no one else in my mind that would write it as well as Kathryn. To me, she not only has an amazing handle on the character of Peggy Carter—based on her [previous] one-shot—but she also understands the time period and the pressures that Peggy is under when our story begins.”

source

I cannot wait for this, seriously, so so so awesome :D

Filed under PEGGY! Peggy Carter is the best

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Civil War

copperbadge:

I feel like all the foofarah about the potential MCU Civil War arc (which is somewhat completely unsupported by any actual sources) misses out on one unimportant thing and one fairly important thing.

The unimportant thing: MCU doesn’t have to make Civil War about identity. Or registration. It could, but MCU has not been known to color super-closely within the lines when it comes to adapting comic book arcs. So as far as we know, MCU Civil War could be Steve and Tony arguing about who keeps drinking the last of the juice and not replacing it with new juice (hint: it was Tony). And if MCU didn’t make Civil War about something so benightedly stupid as to be realistically unworkable, Civil War might actually be kinda fun

The fairly important thing: While, yes, the revelation of identity was a huge part of why so many superheroes objected to the SHRA, that’s not what Civil War was actual facts about. I feel like we’re getting perilously close, in mocking the idea, to mocking the source material beneath the original arc, which is the fundamental dehumanization that can occur when this happens. Civil War was about an objection to being registered at all, to having to be put on some kind of government list because of who you were. Which is why Steve Rogers, who by all rights should welcome the idea of superhero accountability (given we, you know, require to know the names and badge numbers of cops for this reason) objected so strenuously. Steve lived through the thirties, Steve knew about the yellow stars. And it’s true that regardless of whether they remained superheroes or not, former superheroes who retired in protest of SHRA were required to register as well if they had superpowers. The mutants really took it on the chin (and should, IMO, have been the stars of the arc, not the weird side story). 

Setting aside the whole superhero thing, you don’t register a specific segment of the population because you like them. You register them because that’s the first step in being able to round them up and segregate them. That was Steve’s basic and immovable objection — not to having his name made public, since it was already in the comics anyway by then, but to having his name on a list. And while I do fault him for seeming to violently object to making superheroes accountable for their actions, I can’t fault him for stridently objecting to the US government making that kind of list when he last saw lists like that in Nazi-occupied Europe. 

So, you know, by all means, make fun of Civil War, I do that all the time. But keep the mockery of the idea of having to register to a dull roar. That actually is a pretty big deal, and if we say it’s not, that normalizes something I do not want to see normalized. 

Filed under listen to sam Sam knows things Also the juice thing I could watch a movie about juice

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dr-kara:

bonitabreezy:

dr-kara:

Jessica Jones- High school P.I. 

starring Jessica Jones, Matt Murdock, Luke Cage and Scott Lang

special guest star Carol Danvers!

(psst Marvel this is what I want, I will write and draw it if I have to)

Is she gonna be like Harriet the Spy???? Because I am here for it.

Harriet the Spy with SUPER STRENGTH AND A BAD MOUTH

Well, I’m on board.

Filed under you had me at High School PI to be honest Jess would be awesome at this Also Luke following her around like a super powered puppy that's also good