1243. Ravenclaw muggleborns who come from a family of avid Marvel fans coming to Hogwarts first year and learning about purses that are bigger on the inside and getting excited because it’s almost like having Honey Lemon’s power purse.
Warnings/Notes: Swearing, and moving house if it is a real warning. This is my first fic so yeah!
Y/N- Your name
Y/BF/N- Your best friends name
“Mum, I’m not going to the US” your screaming echoed through the house. “I don’t give a shit about my dad, he was never there and I don’t want to be with him!” You tried to reason with mum as she threw your clothes into a suitcase.
“I gave you one job Y/N, ONE JOB; stay out of trouble. An’ what do you do? Blow up the fucking science block” her voice full of fury as she lugged your suitcase downstairs and into the car. “Besides, you are just like him, you’re smart, funny and so beautiful” she reassured as the car journey began.
After the most boring 6 hours in your life, you landed in the US and was driven to your dad’s house. The time passed quickly with your skype talks with Y/BF/N.
“So you don’t know who he is yet?” She asked in confusion.
“Trust me babe, I’m as clueless as you” You reassured as you pulled into a random driveway. You hung up and pulled out your phone to continue your talk but more privately. Two people walked out of the house as soon as your mum got out of the car. They were talking but you couldn’t hear it. You looked at the front of the car; the keys were still there. Now was the perfect time so you decided to take your chance and lock the doors.
“Hi again Stark” her voice high and shaky as she held out her hand. Pepper took it gingerly and introduced herself.
“Ok what’s all this about?” I asked nervously as she led us to the car.
“Back in 96’, me and stark had a fling; he left the next day but I found out I was pregnant the week after” her voice becoming weaker. “I kept the baby and she’s now 18. And she’s living with you now.” Her face full of tears as she handed the birth certificate to Pepper.
“You can’t just say that I have a daughter and expect her to live with me right Pepper?” I asked nervously as Pepper took the woman away into the house to talk.
“Tony, talk to the kid, she’ll be living here now” Pepper demanded as the front door closed.
Hello guuuys! So, I recently reached 4K (which is a big deal to me). THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR FOLLOWING ME, let me shower you with a few of my favourite things such as CUPCAKES, KITTENS, CHOCOLATE, and cupcakes and chocolate.
Anyway, instead of doing a follow forever, I thought I’d spice things up a little and create my own Fandom Family (that is if you guys want to participate ;). So you’ll be able to enter for characters from my main two fandoms:
Kamala Khan is a 16-year-old girl living in New Jersey. She’s a gamer. She writes fanfic. She’s of Pakistani origin. And she’s a superhero.
Exactly. What's not to love about Ms. Marvel?
Ms. Marvel is a breath of fresh air in the Marvel universe. It introduce a non-white, female superhero (could you name even five more of them? Or even just three?).
It also touches upon the subject of religion, and more specifically Islam. This is a rare subject in superhero comics, but is treated very nicely in Ms. Marvel, showing what it might be like for a teenage girl growing up in a Muslim family.
The first five issues of Ms. Marvel are collected in a single volume called “No Normal, which covers Kamalas origin story. If you’re not familiar with the rest of the Marvel universe, the origin story might seem kind of strange: her city is suddenly covered in blue mist and somehow she gets her powers. But exactly what that mist is, isn’t particularly important, as there is so much more to these first five issues.
There’s the art, which is brilliant, with a style that looks almost like watercolor but not quite.
There’s the humor, which is fantastic and contains a lot of relatability for geeks – such as the part where Kamala tries explaining to her mom that she can’t come to the dinner table because internet.
There’s the chemistry between the characters, and there’s the characters themselves – both the likable ones and the oh-good-lord-not-at-all-likable ones.
Overall, Ms. Marvel is just… fantastic. Bear in mind that I’ve only read the first five issues, with the next volume release just around the corner. But if the rest is as good as this first volume, I’m hoping Ms. Marvel will have a loooong run in the Marvel Universe.
I won’t say anything about the movie other than it’s a blast and you want to see it. But I will share this story.
We had an early dinner with Len Wein, Chris Valada and her sister Tee, then did the red carpet thing, which was weird. We were seated up in the mezzanine. Gerry and Laura Conway and Roy and Dann Thomas were a row behind us. Nathan Fillion was two rows ahead. Clark Gregg, Chloe Bennet, Jon Favreau and others were around. But the kicker was this:
The gentleman next to me recognized Nathan Fillion but couldn’t remember his name. I told him who it was and we introduced ourselves.
Ann and I were sitting next to Neal & Lisa Kirby and their families. Jack’s kids, at their first (but not last, I bet) Marvel premiere.
So we got to talk about KIRBY: GENESIS and college stuff (Neal and I are both Syracuse alumni) and such.
And we got to applaud and cheer Jack’s screen credit along with his family.
It was also nice seeing my name in the credits, too, I’ll admit. But man, being there with the Kirbys! Thrill city!
Marvel’s first family, the Fantastic Four, has had a rough road to the big screen. Three previous outings have been met with frigid reviews not quite fitting a Human Torch. But despite initial skepticism, the trailer for the new one looks … kind of awesome. Somewhere between X-Men: Days of Future Past (with whom it shares a producer) and Interstellar.