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butterpaint:

lol

 (via dixie-chicken)

I nearly died from headcannon it’s perfect

No you don’t understand
"We’re gonna buy you the nicest dick in Manhattan." sounds like a sentence Tony must have definitely said

(via cloudyjenn)

Filed under yes that is something Tony would do though no matter who this is it is super cute and i love it especially as a transgender man

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portraitofemmy:

verysharpteeth:

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verysharpteeth:

His level of refusing to call Bucky a villain has reached hero status.

Mackie being so supportive, like “yes, you go Seb, find an another description… other works too”

Mackie cracks me up because he just sort of turns and waits like “what’s crazy eyes gonna shut this dude down with this time”

(Source: the-way-im-feeling, via flatbear)

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A COOL STORY ABOUT GROOT

flatbear:

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Look at that sweet pickle. Look at that honey. So obviously, at work, I’ve been talking about Guardians of the Galaxy a lot. And playing the soundtrack a lot. And getting fired a lot. 

And there’s a very cool story that I’ve been telling everyone. Did you know that Groot is one of the oldest Marvel characters still in print? His first appearance was in Tales to Astonish #13, which came out in November, 1960! He’s been in print longer than Marvel comics have been Marvel comics! (Timley comics officially changed their branding to Marvel in 1961).

He’s older than the Fantastic Four, the X-men, AND The Avengers!

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Insert tree puns here! (Make like a tree and leaf? Idk.)

What’s really crazy, is Groot disappeared from comics for the next sixteen years! He next showed up in 1976, in The Incredible Hulk Annual  #5, with a crew of other monsters intent on giving Hulk a really bad day.

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WATCH OUT HULK IT’S BLIP!

So sixteen years? That’s a hell of a gap. But Groot’s third appearance didn’t come for another TWENTY-ONE YEARS! In Sensational Spider-man #21, a young Peter Parker reads Tales to Astonish #13 and then encounters Groot in a nightmare that is portrayed as reality.

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It? Oh my god, Peter, that giant tree clearly has a name.

After that, Groot bounced around from book to book until finding a more permanent home in Abnett and Lanning’s Guardians of the Galaxy (which just came back into print and you should ALL READ IT BECAUSE SPACE LESBIANS DRAGONS TREES RACOONS TALKING DOGS AND ADAM WAAAAARLOOOOOOCK). That run of Guardians was cancelled in 2010 (WHICH WAS A BONEHEAD MOVE), and then Groot returned to a permanent place in our hearts with the announcement of the GotG movie, and the new ongoing comic series of the same name.

So when you go and see Guardians of the Galaxy thisweekend (or tonight, like me) remember not only is it the first marvel movie written by a woman, but you’re also looking at a great piece of comics history!

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(Technically Jim Hammond, Captain America, and Namor are the oldest Marvel characters still in print, but we don’t count Namor because he’s a bitchy gay fishlord.)

(also huge thanks to dragonklaw82 who probably told me this story at some point)

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I don’t know if this has been done yet, but I felt like doing it. 

            In case you need a ride somewhere.

THIS

I LOVE THIS, though I think it’s missing one:

PIGS IN SPACE

this fine ship, this fine crew

always <3

"Men, you’re lucky men. Soon, you’ll all be fighting for your planet. many of you will be dying for your planet. A few of you will be put through a fine mesh screen for your planet. They will be the luckiest of all."

The lack of SG-1 saddens me.

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Tony Stark has always possessed an inner darkness — now he’s unleashing it on the world.

http://mashable.com/2014/07/17/superior-iron-man-tony-stark-extremis-san-francisco/

are you fucking shitting me rn marvel 616 tony stark is is kind, generous, and selfless and you’re stripping him of his humanity and what makes him a hero for what, a cheap ploy for people to buy the books???? This is lazy storytelling, lazy marketing and an insult to the character.

(via krusca)

but no! he’s a malicious asshole, envious that someone might be more intelligent than he is, selling his friends for a bottle of alcohol, and only caring about his own well-being!!! (as brought to us by hulk vs iron man)

fuck you, marvel. this is not tony. this is not original or ground-breaking, this is bullshit.

(via laireshi)

(via missbeckywrites)

Filed under tony stark iron man i relate far too much with tony and so i am very ticked off at them for this

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Anonymous asked: What's happening with Tony in the comics?

tinmantonystark:

They’re making him out to be an arrogant prick and completely ignoring 50 years of comic book development. Tony Stark is one of the sweetest and most generous men in the Marvel universe, and yet with Gillen, Remender, and Taylor taking over for him, they’ve decided to mischaracterize him to the point where he is unrecognizable to the fans. They’ve also done this to Steve.

With Superior Iron Man to be released in November, Taylor is essentially turning Tony into a villain, which doesn’t fit his character. He’s a man who has taken countless beatings in his life, but has always tried to make things better. He’s selfless, caring, and nothing but a loving person. Yes, he has his flaws and his moments when you just want to slap him, but he also learns from his mistakes and apologizes for his past actions.

Superior Iron Man is a show of everything that Tony isn’t. He can be arrogant, but never overtly so, he doesn’t think himself superior, as shown by the number of times he’s sacrificed himself:

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In fact, he hates himself too much to ever believe that he’s superior to anyone:

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He’s not self-obsessed, or superficial. He’s not witty or cunning, and when he is it’s not intentional.

Tony has built a character of himself that’s sad, lonely, down-to-earth, and a realist. He’s blunt about situations and will always try to help whoever is in need.

He’s self-less; he cares too much about people and that’s why the running joke is that ‘Tony Stark doesn’t have a heart,’ because the actual issue is that he has too much heart. He wants someone to love him and he wants to love someone so he puts his all into his team (family) members and individuals who he believes deserve a chance:

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Filed under tony stark iron man superior iron man is going to be a book full of shit fictional character being depressed and suicidal

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jjtaylor:

Don’t even do this to me today.

(Source: thorinss, via suzvoy)

Filed under the funiest thing about this is i literally just saw the first four episodes of this show today and it's like 'am I ... SUPPOSED to be shipping them???' because i was by the end of the first episode when clark was dragging lex out of a car in a river and giving him cpr and lex was giving him a truck as a gift in thanks and being like 'this is from the moron in the porche' or whatever it was super cute and sweet and then lex kept trying to get clark in with lana in like the 2nd or 3rd ep