Captain America Civil War 2016



Following the events of Age of Ultron, the collective governments of the world pass an act designed to regulate all superhuman activity. This polarizes opinion amongst the Avengers, causing two factions to side with Iron Man or Captain America, which causes an epic battle between former allies.

Hair Tucking

Request: Hi! Can I please request a Peter, Steve or Bucky (you can choose, haha) writing where the f!reader is best friends with him and also an Avenger. Also, could the reader have a habit of tucking her short hair behind her ear and eventually Peter/Steve/Bucky starts to just do it for her when he’s by her? Thank you!! Hopefully this makes sense….

Pairing: Bucky Barnes x Reader

Warnings: None.

Word count: 1,536

A/N: Holy shit guys, so i just reached 1k?? Wtf?? Thank you so much you guys have no idea how much I love you all!! As you may have noticed, i had no idea what to name this..

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Hair Tucking

“I’m in the mood for some Netflix.” You mumbled, crossing your legs on your chair as you set your coffee mug on the table.

The sun shone right through the windows of the Stark Tower, illuminating the kitchen full of superheroes having breakfast. Every Avenger was minding their own business: Tony and Bruce testing out some new toaster they had made, Natasha and Clint bickering in the corner, Thor looking for his secret stash of Poptarts, and Steve and Bucky drinking coffee at the table with you.

Steve looked over at Bucky, sharing a puzzled look before he tilted his head and turned back to you.“What’s a Netflix?”

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It is just unconscionable that this could be allowed to happen and all I hear in national news outlets is about well off folks some billionaires trying to gain more power. Clean water is a basic human right! It’s a damn shame some go without. #Hate it!

sometimes i wonder why there is such an overlap in bones fans and bucky fans but then i remember that they are both brunettes who have abrasive exteriors but hearts of gold with tragic backstories and are thrown into situations they don’t really enjoy and spend their lives trying to protect their blond best friends who have no self preservation instinct and jesus christ i have a type don’t i

In the world of superheroes, death is little more than an unscheduled break between punching a bunch of assholes in discount Halloween costumes. Both Captain America and Superman, the blue-clad flagships of Marvel and DC, have “died” and came back to life more times than the Winchester brothers.

But while their returns from the Great Beyond were joyous occasions in the comics, in the real world, they’d cause total anarchy. Proving someone’s death would become the biggest hassle ever. Every time you’d try to cancel your dead grandma’s phone service or credit cards, Comcast or VISA would be all, “Yeah, but what if she was a Kryptonian or a super soldier, and will resurrect soon? Let’s give it a few more months before we do something crazy, like stop billing her.”

In superhero universes, death is probably treated like workplace injury – everyone assumes you’re faking it, and almost certainly hires investigators to catch alleged corpses coming back to life. In Netflix’s Daredevil, there even exists a cult of ninjas with the ability to bring people back from the dead. Are they alive? Are they dead? Do they still owe Columbia House money?! That’s something we’d need to figure out, and fast.

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