Posts tagged PHEELS
Posts tagged PHEELS
Clint drove. Phil wasn’t really happy with that, but driving one handed was best kept for emergency situations. If the thought of crashing the car with half his immediate family in it wasn’t reason enough, he wasn’t sure he could handle dealing with SHIELD’s insurance division today on top of everything else. They already hated him.
He really wished he could’ve been the one driving. It would’ve helped to have his hands locked on something so he didn’t give in to the urge to strangle someone. Probably Clint, and he’d regret that later.
“The Incredibles, Mom?” he asked once they were safely stuck in rush hour traffic and there was no chance anyone was going to be able to flee. Including him. “Really?” He flicked a glance back at the twins, but they were glued to the windows in the far back of the mini-van, their fingers leaving streaks on the glass. The scenery seemed to be holding their attention for now.
His mother, in the second row of seats, heaved a very put-upon sigh. “Really, Phillip. We’re not nearly as stupid as you seem to think we are.”
Okay watch out, here come feels.
This is my favorite Coulson moment out of the entire MCU. I would trade in all of his scenes in IM, IM2, Thor, and Avengers just for this little two seconds of footage. And no matter how hard I try, I can’t figure out what’s going on in his head.
There’s a resignation in his eyes that simultaneously breaks my heart, and makes it swell. That’s the face of a man that loves his job, is addicted to it, and knows that one day it will probably kill him. Things are escalating in the world…there are billionaires in weaponized suits. There are norse gods falling from the skies. There are brilliant scientists going balls-out Jekyll and Hyde all across America. The life expectancy for a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent has suddenly become very short. So you have to wonder what’s going through Phil Coulson’s head on a day like this, when he has a feeling there is something big waiting for him in New Mexico. Gone are the days of dealing with your every day human scum, and he looks back on the convenience store with a heavy heart.
Things are changing. Probably not for the better, And Phil Coulson knows that, however many days he has left, things are about are about to get very strange indeed.
This scene breaks my heart.
Agent Coulson terrifying face of YO I AM ON THE PHONE GETTING SHIT DONE.
WIP from Rascal’s upcoming Avengers fanbook based on a really remarkable story called SHIELD has Paperwork for Everything by Scifigrl47.
Why, look. Someone made the intensely poor choice to try to illustrate my craziness. I am collecting for the inevitable therapy bills now, but go show the artist some love.
Clint/Coulson fans unite!
Have you seen this man? Make sure you know he’s alive.
Took me surprisingly little time to finish this.
As far as the SDCC is already approaching, here’s the thing: almost ANY printing office provides the services of printing stuff on T-shirts. More over that, most of them can print the design the day you bring them the file. There is SURELY some place like that in your city, or nearby (all those photo printing little shops, pay attention to them, ask the staff — trust me, they know their job, or at least they can give you the most precise advice).
Here’s the download link, for both images in one .zip file (5.20 Mb; the file with “Coulson lives” can be printed on T-shirt back; the files are .tiff, which is NOT vector image, in case the printing office guys ask).
NOTE: THIS IS NOT MERCHANDISE.
Therefore, I’m not taking any money for sharing this image with you, for this is fan art which has nothing to do with the official Marvel merch while using the copyrighted character as the base for the design (yes, take this as an official disclaimer). You are free to print this on any surface (in case you’re not going to use this as a source of your personal income, which would be hurtful). Let’s say, that, having absolutely zero chances to visit the SDCC, I’d love to be present there via the proxy of something I can do for you.
AND HOW MANY PRINT SHOPS DO I KNOW?
The answer: Not nearly enough to print this on EVERYTHING I OWN.