Sunday, July 22, 2012
thegreatsporkwielder:

zombiedaisuke:

I’m a huge fan of the way you lose control and turn into an enormous green rage monster.

And this is why Hulk saves Tony at the end of the movie. HULK MUST SAVE HULK’S FAN! :P

thegreatsporkwielder:

zombiedaisuke:

I’m a huge fan of the way you lose control and turn into an enormous green rage monster.

And this is why Hulk saves Tony at the end of the movie. HULK MUST SAVE HULK’S FAN! :P

Friday, July 20, 2012

peachsodapixie:

rangerkimmy:

#can you imagine if we left these 4 guys alone in the top floor of stark tower for like a month #or even just a week #SHIT WOULD GET DONE #we’d probably have interstellar travel in 3 days

I have to disagree with the tags because I feel as though within six hours, Richards and Stark would be in a “I’m the smartest” pissing match. Peter would be to busy fanboying the fuck out over being in the same room as his heros. And poor Bruce would be in the corner doing yoga trying not to Hulk out because OMG TONY SHUT UP AND STOP BAITING REED. 

It would end with Hawkeye having to tranquilize them all from an air vent. 

^ THIS. Because, let’s face it. Fury would probably have drawn up a safe plan with Hawkeye that included this possible disastrous scenario and have dispatched Hawkeye to the top floor the MINUTE he got wind of Tony sending out an e-card to the other three that basically says “let’s get our science bromance on. with drinking! except for you, Peter, because Steve would kill me if I let you drink underage.”

(Source: lucasbryants)

I loooooved the opening credits to this movie, with all those magazine covers flying in the background.

Monday, May 28, 2012
THIS IS THE MOST ACCURATE AVENGERS-TFLN EVER. Cuz science bros look out for one another.

THIS IS THE MOST ACCURATE AVENGERS-TFLN EVER. Cuz science bros look out for one another.

(Source: textsfromwhedonverse)

Friday, May 25, 2012

When Tony Stark immerses himself in a project, everyone and everything just becomes a soundboard he can mumble various things at. He turns into this crazed, slightly manic personality after hours of being cooped up in his giant basement fiddling around with his toys. So of course he snaps at them for breaking his concentration when they shoot foam at him or forget to put the top on his blender or turn all butter-finger-y when trying to help him with his pet projects. But everything turns out alright because he loves them, and they love him right back, and everyone makes little squeaking noises of affirmation. 

(Source: mishasteaparty)

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Of course Tony they would use endearments at Steve each other while making sure to be as flashy as possible.

Sunday, May 6, 2012

theumbrellaseller:

Okay can I talk about this for a sec? No? Tough, because I’m gonna go ahead and do it anyway. Because this little exchange was so indicative of their relationship that I wanted to die.

We already know that without the armor, Tony sees himself as nothing. “Iron Man yes, Tony Stark not recommended”, right? There’s more than a touch of bitterness when he throws that exchange back at Coulson in his first scene. We know about his issues with his father, we know about his drinking, we know that he watched a man sacrifice his life in a cave in the Middle East so that he, Tony, could live.

Steve doesn’t. And yet almost by accident, he finds Tony’s weak spot, sticks in a knife, and twists. Steve’s trying to shame him, trying to hold Tony accountable for actions that he, as a soldier, sees as reckless and irrresponsible— he’s already furious with Tony for needling Banner, which potentially endangered the lives of everyone on the ship (He can’t know, of course, that Tony recognises something in Banner, a control on his inner demons that he can only envy; Tony knows what it’s like to have a monster inside of him that he can barely contain) and Tony’s devil-may-care attitude is the final straw. Steve sees right through Tony in a way few people do; but not deep enough, no, because if he could fathom just how deep Tony’s scars go (and if he wasn’t being influenced by Loki’s sceptre, just behind him) he wouldn’t have said those things.

Because hey, Steve is lashing out here. You saw him in the gym; all that coiled rage, the flashbacks, the way he destroyed that punching bag. Steve’s in as much pain as Tony right now. Not that anyone’s interested. They just want him to put on the suit and be glad they won the war. Tony’s comments earlier about Steve being “not of use” made their mark. Steve already feels outdated and useless. Tony represents everything Steve doesn’t understand about the new century, everything he hates; he’s an unreliable jumble of technology, ego and pop culture references Steve doesn’t understand. Oh, and Tony used to make weapons. Big weapons. How d’you think Steve felt when someone filled him in on the advances in warfare that happened while he was asleep?

And Tony? He’s having his insecurities thrown back at him by a living legend, by the man his father admired above all others; a man Howard Stark spent years digging through the ice for when he should have been caring for his son. Steve is talking, but I’m pretty sure Tony’s hearing his father.

“The only thing you fight for is yourself. You’re not the guy to make the sacrifice play.”

Half of that sentence is true. Tony does fight for himself; he fights to redeem himself every day, not because of the body count his weapons have amassed (Natasha’s not the only one with red in her ledger) but because he doesn’t see himself as worthy of anything. Of the suit, of the few friends he has, of his money, of his life. He fights every day to prove to himself that he deserves to exist. And that is why he would make the sacrifice play. In a heartbeat. If he doesn’t deserve to be here, it’s only right he die for someone who does. And Steve just told him “yeah, you’re right, you don’t deserve to be here. I know guys worth ten of you, and they’re dead, and you’re alive.”

It’s awful, really, how much these two men are capable of hurting each other.

And yet. Underneath the barbs and the anger and the hurt, this exchange shows exactly why they work so well together.

“…to lay down on the wire and let the other guy crawl over you.”

“I think I would just cut the wire.”

“Always a way out.”

That. That right there. Tony is a master at thinking on his feet, at improvisation, at taking risks that tend to pay off. He’s brilliant, but volatile. And Steve is strategic, methodical, noble almost to a fault. Tony could come up with solutions Steve would never even dream of, and vice versa; when Tony spends time hacking into SHIELD’s servers, Steve investigates on foot. They are exact opposites, in personality and skill, and that’s why they’re the unofficial leaders of the Avengers. The differences that drive them apart in this scene are what’s going to make them unstoppable later on. Because they’re not half as good at anything as when they’re doing it next to each other.

^^ All the applause. ALL OF THEM.

(Source: fluffalos)

patriarchykills:

New OTP.

GOD. I can’t EVEN. Tony lurves that Bruce speaks his language, and Bruce lurves Tony for giving him that pep talk and embracing the Hulk that’s inside him. AND THEN HULK SAVES IRONMAN.
As much as I love Steve/Tony, they’ll have to GET IT LINE after my new OTP Bruce/Tony.

patriarchykills:

New OTP.

GOD. I can’t EVEN. Tony lurves that Bruce speaks his language, and Bruce lurves Tony for giving him that pep talk and embracing the Hulk that’s inside him. AND THEN HULK SAVES IRONMAN.

As much as I love Steve/Tony, they’ll have to GET IT LINE after my new OTP Bruce/Tony.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

ironfries:

even with all the cuddling they do during their downtime, the superhusbands are still superheroes! even if they do discuss dinner plans while fighting.

poor clint

LOVEE aggrieved Hawkeye