Marvel's The Avengers


One of the reasons that Tony is hesitant to take on the role of mentor with Peter is because of Obadiah Stane.

We all know that Tony has a hard time trusting anyone and that he genuinely does care about Peter. But Obadiah’s betrayal not only as a business partner, father figure and mentor just shattered his faith in himself in that role for Peter.

Setting aside everything that happened with the Avengers in the Civil War, Tony really does care about Peter and taking on the role of mentor and defacto father figure scares him not only with Stane’s betrayal but Tony’s own lack of connection with his own father, Howard. So him embracing this role not only will help him heal from CW but helps him get passed Stane’s betrayal and Howard’s lack of parenting, and shows Tony that he can be that person that people can rely on not just as a teammate but as family.

Have you seen my son!? He’s about this tall and obviously gay, but we haven’t had the talk yet
—  Tony Stark, on losing Peter in a crowd probably

My fav cosplays from day 3 of Anime North!

Yura is my angry son and omg that Yuuri in the Stammi Vicino outfit just about killed me.

Chrome was literally too adorable for words, male Chloe was too hot to exist, and Thor with hedgehog is my new favourite thing ever. The hedgehog belonged to someone else (they had a carrier that looked like a pokeball and I almost screamed when I saw it) who wanted him to take a pic with it. He probably didn’t even have to pose, I’m pretty sure that was his actual reaction to getting to hold that adorable hedgehog XD

If anyone knows any of the cosplayers in the pics, please lemme know so I can tag them <3

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Steve: Look, did you know about this? Mortals being dropped from twenty feet. It’s unbelievable. 

Bucky: I know, right? Twenty feet? Walk it off. 

Steve: Buck, you do know that normal people don’t just “walk off” a twenty-foot fall, right? 

Bucky: So… all those times I pushed Barton off a building and he was all “Ahhh!”, he wasn’t just being funny? 

Clint: No. 

Tony: I thought it was funny, Bucky.

  • Wade: I'm quick at Math.
  • Peter: What's 14 into 27?
  • Wade: 56.
  • Peter: That's not even close!
  • Wade: But it was quick.

On this day, May 4, Joss Whedon and Marvel assembled The Avengers for their first feature film.

Five years later, that film continues to be a big hit, and remains one of my favorite movies of all-time, alongside Spider-Man 2, Toy Story 3, and The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Thank you Marvel, Kevin Fiege, Joss Whedon, and all the actors and filmmakers involved with the making of this wonderful film. Without it, we would never have seen the sudden emergence of other studios making shared universes in film, such as the DC Extended Universe, Legendary’s Godzilla/Kong Universe, and Universal’s Monster-verse that will begin with The Mummy later this year. The movie fan in me is too happy to see all these classic characters coming back for another encore.

I look forward to seeing Earth’s Mightiest Heroes next year in The Avengers: Infinity War, and I am even more excited to see Spider-Man join the team. Keep being awesome, Marvel.