What are you doing here?

Are you lost?

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chibiesque:

Dr. Mildly Overcast the new Super Villain  (really Tony?)
A quick (more or less) pic because I couldn’t resist
It’s his summer outfit I guess.

Okay, this one has been waiting FOREVER.  Forever.
And when it was first posted, I was determined to wait until I next posted the dang “Super Villain” piece, so that it could go along with it!
And then, in the way of ALL OF THE THINGS, I simply didn’t write it for months.  Because I am very, very unreliable.
But I like to think that Tony would, in fact, dress for his super villainy if he had any warning that a wardrobe change was necessary. 8)

chibiesque:

Dr. Mildly Overcast the new Super Villain  (really Tony?)

A quick (more or less) pic because I couldn’t resist

It’s his summer outfit I guess.

Okay, this one has been waiting FOREVER.  Forever.

And when it was first posted, I was determined to wait until I next posted the dang “Super Villain” piece, so that it could go along with it!

And then, in the way of ALL OF THE THINGS, I simply didn’t write it for months.  Because I am very, very unreliable.

But I like to think that Tony would, in fact, dress for his super villainy if he had any warning that a wardrobe change was necessary. 8)

Filed under Fanart of my fanfic I am so far behind in everything in tagged posts and emails and everything I get so stressed out it's not even funny

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jabberwockypie asked: I'm sure Phil has the Shield uniform designers sufficiently intimidated that he just says "the straps stay" and they don't argue. I want to be in the room when Tony asks what the straps on Clint's uniform are even FOR.

Phil just walks in, “Don’t touch the straps,” then walks back out and no one questions it.  He had some design input. 8)

And if Tony was ever stupid enough to ask that question, I can see Clint calling his bluff and telling him.  In brutal detail until Tony was like, “OH GOD SHUT UP SHUT UP SHUT UP I HAVE NEVER IN MY LIFE BEEN A PRUDE BUT OH MY GOD THIS MUST BE WHAT IT FEELS LIKE.”

Filed under jabberwockypie Sci Answers Asks

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ladygray99 asked: Has Tony thought about taking Stark industries into the realm of high end toy development, considering everything awesome he's made for DJ?

I believe that most of the things he’s created for DJ would not be financially viable to mass produce, but I can imagine him wanting to.

I suspect that he had a complicated relationship with toys and play as a child, and I like to think of him creating things with DJ not as a test, not as a proof that DJ is clever, not for any purpose, just because it’s something DJ wants to play with.

How many people through history started their lives making weapons, and ended it making toys, I wonder? 8)

Filed under ladygray99 Sci Answers Asks

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annasbeta asked: Hey! Did I miss chapter 4 of Phil Coulson knows Tony Stark's Supervillan Name ? was it posted on your tumblr?

Nope, oops!  The part I posted was part four, I have changed it to reflect that I’m a dope. 8)

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out-there-on-the-maroon:

prokopetz:

stephenleasheppard:

prokopetz:

Man, don’t do the thing where you claim that movie A is “unoriginal” because you can make it sound exactly like movie B with a carefully worded synopsis. With sufficiently perverse phrasing, I can make The Silence of the Lambs sound like Care Bears: A New Generation.

Well? I’m waiting.

"An ambitious young woman, desiring to overcome the skepticism of her peers and excel in her chosen field, seeks out the assistance of a man with a monstrous reputation. He demands quid pro quo in return for his help; though put off by his unsettling demeanour, she agrees. Her initial victories are short-lived, however, when it transpires that her new mentor is simply manipulating her in order to pursue revenge against an older authority figure who’s been watching over her. In the end, all possible allies having been taken out of the picture by a wild goose chase orchestrated by her ostensible benefactor, our heroine must confront a terrifying enemy in an underground lair where he imprisons the innocent for his own twisted amusement."

How’s that?

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(via itswalky)

Filed under well that was pretty spot on based on my limited rememberances of Care Bears Applause!

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Avengers Fic: Phil Coulson Knows Tony Stark’s Super Villain Name, Pt. 4

“Reports are rolling in. There were six ‘paint bombs’ in all, though it appears that the ones sent off-site contained something closer to a powder than paint. Easier clean up, for the most part.” Hill didn’t look up from her tablet. “Stark will have to do some work to smooth feathers when this is over, but the damage is minimal.”

Fury gave a snort, staring out the window at the city below. “He’s not the only one.” He leaned forward, bracing one hand against the window. “We having any luck pinning down how he’s controlling the armors?”

“He cleared out most of our active duty tech support staff,” Hill said. “The few that escaped the original attacks are working on triangulating his location, but the suits appear to be part of a closed circuit system. Which could mean that Stark, or even Jarvis, is controlling them all remotely, or it could mean-”

“That he’s in one.” Fury reached up, rubbing hard at the bridge of his nose. “Take them all out.”

“He’s made no move towards this level again,” she pointed out.

“Rules are, he’s gotta get my name plate in order to win.” Fury turned away from the window, reaching a hand out as he crossed the office. Hill handed over the tablet as he stalked by. “He’ll come. Right now, he’s playing. Let’s make that painful for him.”

“Yes, sir.”

Fury collapsed into his chair. “And move with the contingency plan.”

The beat of a pause before Hill said, “Yes, sir,” was almost nonexistent. Anyone who wasn’t intimately familiar with her wouldn’t have noticed it at all.

Phil knew her very, very well.

Read more …

Filed under WIP Phil is absolutely done with this nonsense and Fury should know better Fic

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I have found the best comic of all time.  This.  This is the pinacle.

Avengers 239: The Avengers On Late Night With David Letterman.

This is real.

This is a real thing that Marvel did.

And if the concept doesn’t already have you giggling like a loon, well, the comic starts with Clint Barton walking into the mansion carrying Bobbi Morse, and announcing, “Hey, Everybody—  Your wanderin’ boy Hawkeye has come home…  And you’ll never guess what I’ve gone and done!’

Yeah, he got married and that’s how he brings his new wife home.  Because CLINT.

So the Avengers have been invited to go on the David Letterman show, and rather than telling everyone that he’s suffering from acute hearing loss, Clint has Bobbi steal the interview questions so he can answer, live on nationwide tv, questions he can’t hear.

CLINT BARTON; MAKING BAD DECISIONS SINCE FOREVER.

Except, of course, Supremely inept villain attacks them on TV in front of a live studio audience, and while the Avengers are distracted, the bad guy is disarmed by David Letterman.

Also Hank McCoy flirting with EVERYONE.  Dear GOD, Hank, cool your jets.

Filed under Beast calls Hawkeye Shafts Which is either the best or worst nickname ever Bad Comics are my life THIS IS CANON MY INTERVIEW HEADCANON WAS MORE DIGNIFIED

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turifer:

scifigrl47:

bilesandthesourwolf:

Are we talking about Clint’s new uniform? Cause I feel like we should definitely be talking about it.

I feel like he knocked Magento down, stole his coat, added purple highlights (because PURPLE) and then went, what does this outfit need?  STRAPS.  

Magento. That’s totally his name for the XXX-Men parody.

I’m STILL not writing “The Avengers Make a Porno,” but NOW I WANT TO.

Filed under age of ultron stupid sexy barton stupid sexy renner bad puns