coulson clint

I really really want Coulson to be in Infinity War. 

Like the heroes thinking their down, seemingly beat by Thanos when who should show up at the last minute and save the day??? 


you know that one show about saving the world?

the one with a team of unlikely heroes?

who’s leader is a man with an eye patch?

And on the team there’s that dark haired asshole who wears a suit?

Also, the genius with anger issues?

And the badass ninja lady who can kick everyone’s ass?

You know, the one with Hawkeye?

And the precious blond cinnamon roll with armor symbolism?

The show with the immortal blonde guy with the beard?

Who is somehow connected to the villain?

Who has an inhuman army at his command?

Remember? It had that guy who died and everyone was really sad about it?

And who could forget the primary-colored stone of unimaginable power which they are all fighting over!

You Meme A Lot To Me

Clint has created a chatroom.

Clint has invited Y/N, Natasha.

Clint: every breath you take, every move you make, every bond you break

Natasha: clint, it’s 2 am.

Clint: every step you take

Clint: I’ll be watching you. happy valentine’s day. my gifts will be delivering later on pls do not trash them

Natasha: is that coulson’s song?

Y/N: this explains why my room is flooded with gifts from the others

Natasha: why must tony give us all cardboard cutouts of him every year?

Pietro has joined the chat.

Pietro: couldn’t u choose a better song old man? this is why u have no valentine. even ur wife said no.

Clint: did i invite u? no.

Pietro: today is a day of love so don’t be salty

Clint: Na.

Clint: hahaha get it

Pietro: no

Clint: ofc you wouldn’t

Keep reading

  • (Back in the old days of SHIELD)
  • Coulson: What is going on with you and Romanoff?
  • Clint: Come on, Phil, not this again.
  • Coulson: You gotta admit there's a spark.
  • Clint: How many times do I have to say it? She's like a sister.
  • Coulson: That's what Luke said about Leia.

Marvel Netflix shows we need:

  • Black Widow
  • Hawkeye
  • Howling Commandos
  • Maria Hill
  • Coulson
  • Loki
  • Falcon
  • Peggy Carter (I know we had a show about her, but we need more!)
  • Hulk
  • Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver
  • Steve and Bucky’s life before the war
  • Bucky’s life during Hydra (dark and sad I know.)
  • Budapest

Yet another Shipping names illustrated (here’s part one & two) for those of you who just can’t get enough! (The rest of you will just have to manage, snorry). 

(Thanks again to everyone for all the suggestions, and I apologize to all the ships I haven’t been able to think up anything for. I also apologize to Thor, since he’s been in absolutely none of these OPS)

The Bucky Effect

When you really think of it Bucky is kinda the main reason behind everything in the MCU. It’s by complete unwitting accident on his part of course.
He was so good and caring over Steve for like 20+yrs leading up to the war, that when it broke out and he was in danger, Steve risked everything to save him. In that act he truely became Captain America. Without him there is no Captain America, Howling Commandos and I dare say no SHIELD. Because SHIELD exist, Fury, Peirce, Coulson, Barton and Pym have a position there and drama that they deal with in connection to each other. Because he was recaptured by Hydra and brainwashed, he kill Tonys’ parents, the first domino in the sequence of event that led to him becoming Iron Man. Because he shot Natasha, she knew who shot Fury and was able to help Steve, which led to their reunion and Sam joining the Avengers; and Hydras downfall. Of all ppl Zimo frames Bucky for the UN attack leading to the disbanding of the Avengers, rise of Black Panther, and Cap dropping his title.

Anyway there’s probably some stuff I missed, I’m tired after all and really need sleep. This is just something that was on my mind that wanted to share. Cheers.

Stane went to prison. Tony sat at the trial, jaw clenched.

Then he went home and he cried and cried.

“There, there,” Clint said, gathering Tony up in his wings. “It’ll be okay.”

“It won’t.

“It will.”

“It won’t!

Clint ran his fingers through Tony’s hair, repeating, “It will. I thought things would never be okay and then this weird kid kept me from dying. So don’t worry—it’ll be okay.”

Tony sniffled, clutching Clint’s feathers in his hands. “’m getting your feathers all wet.”

“It’s okay,” Clint said, even though he hated getting his feathers wet. Natasha was approaching with his security blanket, holding it up like she was preparing to catch a wild animal. “Don’t—”

She threw the blanket. It hit them with a dull thud.

“AGH FUCK,” Clint shouted as the weighted blanket threw him off-balance, sending him backward off of the couch’s arm.

Hulk caught them though, so it was okay. It was worth it to see Natasha look offended when Hulk stared at her in disbelief.

“Stane was found dead today,” Agent Coulson informed him.

Tony grasped the front of his shirt in his hands, twisting the fabric anxiously as he searched to feel—something. Mostly he just felt numb. Even now, months later, almost a year, he had trouble feeling anything when it came to Obi—to Stane. Mostly because his first response was despair. He was afraid that was maybe all he could feel about it. “Oh?”

“Yes,” Agent Coulson said pleasantly. “Frightened to death, actually.”

Tony felt cold down to his bones. “That—no. That’s not possible,” he stuttered out immediately, because—the monsters were vengeful but they weren’t—weren’t stupid about it.

“Well, it was technically a heart attack,” Agent Coulson allowed, tilting his head thoughtfully. “However his expression when he was found spoke of unexplainable terror.”

“Maybe he was realizing what he’d done to me and was sorry,” Tony tried, straightening his shoulders.

Agent Coulson held up a dark purple feather as long as his forearm. “This was found in his cell.”

Tony gripped his shirt tighter. Oh. Oh no. This was just—this was just another bad thing and he had no idea how he was going to—to explain this away, to make it plausible. He had… he had already lost so much. Too much. He couldn’t stand to lose the monsters, too.

Agent Coulson was still holding the feather out to him. Tony blinked at him, wary, before carefully reaching out and taking the feather from his hand.

“And here I thought it was only a spider infestation,” Agent Coulson mused. “Birds too.”

“They’re not—” Tony began angrily, then swallowed it back down, scowling. “…They keep the pests away.”

There was an ominous creak of floorboards down the hall, but no one was there. Tony tightened his grip on his shirt so much the cloth threatened to tear.

Agent Coulson continued to smile the smile of a man in no danger at all. “Mr. Stark, you should probably be aware that my taser is capable of taking down a monster.”

There was a pause, and then a long, angry screech before Steve came bursting out of nowhere, lunging at Agent Coulson, all shimmering scales and flashing fangs.

Tony’s hands fluttered over Steve’s body nervously. “Steve, are you okay?”

Steve stared up at the ceiling blankly. “Did I die?”

“No,” Agent Coulson said, leaning over him. “Just a very concentrated electric shock. You should be fine in a moment.”

Steve blinked at him slowly. “…When I’m fine, I’m going to sink my fangs into your chest and shoot venom directly into your heart.”

Agent Coulson rolled his eyes. “Because that worked out for you so well this time.”

“I’m prepared for the shock now,” Steve insisted. “I’ll power through.”

“Honey, that’s not how bodies work,” Tony told him.

“Is this how everyone else feels in your lab? No wonder everyone has no problem following the rule to keep out.” Steve stared at the ceiling a moment longer before turning to look at Tony directly. “Are you sure I didn’t die for a moment?”

Steve,” Tony sighed loudly.

“You could have, Tony wouldn’t know,” Natasha said from the ceiling, making the brunet let out a yelp of fright. “Although you’re breathing now so probably not.”

“Natasha,” Tony exclaimed exasperatedly.

Agent Coulson frowned. “That is the biggest arachnid monster I’ve ever seen.”

“He offered me soup when he was sixteen and I decided not to eat him,” Natasha said.

Agent Coulson, who had kept up his mild expression the entire time, took a moment to clutch his chest, because holy shit.

“Really? Really? You’re gonna tell everyone you meet that?!” Tony exclaimed, incensed.

Natasha shrugged. “It’s the best explanation of how stupid and guileless you are.”

“Pepper cried.

“Pepper can’t believe how often you almost died as a kid, of course she cried.”

There was the tapping of claws on the floor before Bucky appeared in the doorway. “Hey, what’s going—oh, is this a new friend?”

No,” everyone replied immediately, including Agent Coulson, and then Steve added, “He fucking tased me.

“…You probably deserved it,” Bucky reasoned, making the blond squawk.

Agent Coulson tilted his head as they began to bicker and Tony and Natasha decided to ignore them. “SHIELD has been aware of the abnormal amounts of monster activity around your mansion but we never would have thought it was from so many monsters.”

Tony twisted his fingers anxiously. “Well, um—”

Clint poked his head out of the living room. “What’s going on?”

Agent Coulson stared at Tony, stone-faced.

“Maybe we should go sit down,” Tony suggested weakly.

Phil pinched bridge of his nose—it was Phil, now that he knew that Tony had what was basically a home for wayward monsters and that Tony knew that Phil knew that monsters of all classifications existed—and sighed. “You have—you have old monsters here.”

“Well, uh, just—just the one, the other just—visits.”


“He rescued me in Afghanistan.”

Phil paused. “…Well, that answers that question.”

“They’re not that bad,” Tony insisted after a moment. “Loki is—he’s definitely worried about his own interests first, but… but he did send his brother to rescue me. So there’s that.”

Phil turned to look at Bruce, who was quietly nursing a cup of tea. “And you’re… Bruce Banner. You’ve been missing for decades. We’ve been searching for you.”

“I’m more monster than human now,” Bruce explained quietly. “If you want to know where I was, maybe look into a General Ross.” He looked up suddenly, eyes hard. “But I’m staying here. There’s no place left for me in the world. Everyone I knew is in their nineties or dead. I’m going to outlive everyone I meet. I’m going to outlive—” He cut himself off, swallowed it back, but everyone at the table knew the name he’d meant to say was Tony.

“Ha,” Tony said weakly. “I’m not that special. You’ll get over me.”

“Hardly,” a voice drawled from the doorway, and everyone jerked toward it.

Loki wrinkled his nose when he noticed Phil go for his taser. He stepped into the kitchen slowly, eyes lingering just a second on the arc reactor in Tony’s chest, before he reached out to take Bruce’s cup of tea. His antlers just barely skimmed the light fixtures.

Tony glanced at Phil and frowned when he saw the white-knuckled grip he had on his taser. “I don’t think that would do any good against an old monster.”

“It wouldn’t,” Loki said pleasantly, taking a sip of tea from Bruce’s mug. He tilted his head thoughtfully as he looked at Phil. “…You reek of a monster as well, Son of Coul.”

“It’s just Coulson,” Phil began, then stopped himself, looking very tired. “Jesus Christ.”

Tony blinked at him curiously. “You know a monster?”

Phil sighed, leaning his chin on his hand as he thought about how to respond, before he casually asked, “Have you heard of the Erinyes?”

Everyone at the table stared at him blankly, except for Loki, who did a grand imitation of a spouting whale and spewed tea everywhere, but mostly on himself.

“They have also been called Furies,” Phil added.

“I’ve met a Director Fury,” Tony said slowly. “He was—something.”

Loki relaxed.

“He’s older than your friend Loki,” Phil said, and Loki immediately tensed back up again. He gave the old monster a long, intense stare. “Do you think for one moment that a creature as old and clever as a Fury would not learn to change to a form that suits it?”

Clint’s head swung back and forth between them before he finally opened his mouth. “Is it bigger than Loki too? I wanna see ‘em fight.”

“Clint,” Natasha and Tony sighed.

“Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight!” Clint chanted, bobbing on the back of Bucky’s chair. Bucky swatted at him but he was mostly smiling.

“I will not fight a Fury!” Loki squawked indignantly. “—Not that I would find it hard to make her rue the day—”

“Nobody’s fighting anyone, oh my God!” Tony exclaimed angrily. “Clint!”

“Fight! Fight! Fight!” Clint continued to chant. Steve soon joined in. “Fight! Fight!”

“Oh my God,” Tony hissed, holding his head in his hands.

“Anthony,” Loki said later that night.

Tony rolled his eyes. “I’ve told Clint that you’re not fighting anyone.”

“What? Of course I would never—” Loki took a deep breath, then let it back out his nose slowly.

Sometimes he had to remind himself that Clint was—sick. In the head, sometimes in the heart. It had granted Clint the ability to sense people’s ill intent better than even Loki could, but it had—warped him somehow, made him mean or clingy in turns. He would offer to help with his magic, but Clint didn’t trust him except to roost on his antlers. Tony was probably the only person he trusted completely besides Hulk. Hulk had proved he was quite protective of all of the people in the mansion, though, including Rhodes and Potts.

“I came for a different reason,” Loki continued, eyes flicking down to the glowing blue light in his chest before back up to his face.

Tony frowned, self-conscious, and set his tablet aside to cover the reactor with his hands. “I know you don’t like it—”

“It is killing you,” Loki cut in, because he didn’t want to waste time on nonsense everyone already knew—he didn’t keep it a secret that the reactor freaked him out.

Tony’s fingers twitched up toward his neck before his palms pressed back down to the reactor. “I don’t—well.” He’d been drinking the smoothies that JARVIS had suggested, but the dark lines of his veins probably didn’t disappear as quickly as he might have liked, and he’d been searching for a new element, but… it wasn’t working. He wouldn’t have enough time. “Yeah,” he answered quietly. “Nothing is really—working.”

“I can help you,” Loki said magnanimously, then paused. “…I can try and help you. Thor’s aid would be required.”

Tony smiled sadly. “You don’t have to do that, Loki. I know you hate it.”

Loki tilted his head, thinking about his response. Any way he turned it, the answer would give away too much. But then, the alternative was Tony dying. He didn’t much like the idea of that, either. “I find your presence… good. Humans are very… They are too bright and loud and selfish. But you are not. You are… You are the brightest, and the loudest, but in the end you have never been selfish.” He gave Tony a long look. “You deserve to live.”

“Aw,” Tony said around the lump in his throat. “Loki.”

“Loki is quite compassionate underneath all his frost!” Thor chortled as he came into the room.

Loki’s face immediately soured. “Thor.”

“You called for me, brother!” Thor said delightedly. “That is twice in one decade! Why, that is more than you have called on me in a single century sometimes!”

Loki decided not to deign Thor with an answer. “If you would allow me to work a little magic,” he offered instead, turning back to Tony.

Tony frowned, his fingers pressing harder to the reactor. “But I thought you couldn’t. Your magic—it doesn’t work well with technology.”

“Loki’s magic does not work particularly well with my hammer, either,” Thor said, holding up a huge hammer with a ridiculously short handle. “But you have proven yourself worthy to me, Anthony. I hope that the Lady Mjolnir has found you equally worthy.”

Tony stared at him silently. He didn’t see a lady in the room with them, but it would be just his luck if she was invisible or too small for his pathetic human eyes.

“I need your—heart,” Loki said after a moment. He held his hands out.

Tony politely did not point out the old monster’s fingers were trembling. Instead he carefully twisted the arc reactor unlocked, pulled it from his chest. He flinched when he saw how burned out the palladium core was. He’d need to—put a new one in soon. God, he felt so sick at just the thought. “Don’t—don’t pull out the cord.”

Loki took a deep breath before carefully taking the reactor into his hands. Green sparks flickered over his fingers, but he carefully kept the magic from the metal. “Thor.”

“Aye,” Thor said, coming to stand beside him, and lifted the hammer over his head.

Tony’s eyes flickered from the hammer back to the reactor in Loki’s hands. Oh God. He wasn’t going to crush it, was he?! “Um, I don’t think—”

There was a crash of thunder, and Tony jumped. Then a flash of lightning coming from—the hammer?! Oh God he was going to die.

“She has deemed him worthy,” Thor said proudly. “She allows your magic, Loki.”

Loki nodded, and the magic sparking over his fingers leapt onto the reactor.

Tony couldn’t help jerking in surprise, because it didn’t hurt but it didn’t feel particularly good either. “Ugh-!”

Lightning flashed from the hammer again. Tony writhed, terrified, hands reaching out for the reactor to take it back, to protect it from them—

Loki shoved the reactor back into his hands, and he clutched at it, scrambling to put it back into his chest, get it away from them. It clicked home, locking into place, and he lunged across the couch away from them. Not that it mattered—Loki had skittered away, arms wrapped around his waist tightly, shivering. Thor had taken a large step back, looking no worse for wear, but giving him much needed space.

“…What did you do,” Tony asked shakily, covering the reactor with his hands again. “What—what did you do?”

“Mjolnir has found you worthy,” Thor repeated. “She has given you a piece of herself to use in your…” He paused, then waved at the brunet’s chest. “Loki has used his magic to make it compatible with your device.”

“A piece of herself,” Tony repeated blankly. “What does that even mean?…Are you talking about your fucking hammer?!”

Thor frowned at him severely. “Mjolnir is not just a hammer, Anthony.”

“Oh, uh, I apologize, Lady Mjolnir. What is. What is the protocol. When you’re talking to a hammer.”

“To a star,” Thor corrected. “She was forged out of the heart of a dying star.”

Tony did not tell him that he had no idea how to talk to a star either. “—Wait, wait.” He looked down at the reactor, than back up at the two old monsters, eyes flicking between them frantically. “You said—you said she gave me a piece of herself—”

“She has deemed you worthy,” Loki said, tossing his hair over his shoulder and acting as if he did not just use the most advanced magic he’d done in centuries. “So she gave up some of her ore to replace your… pledium.” He opened his free hand, showing the burnt remains of the palladium core. He dropped it on the coffee table. “Mjolnir’s ore will last thousands of human lifetimes.”

Tony smiled sadly. “Good thing I’ll only need it for one.”

Thor clapped a hand on his shoulder. “But a good long one! …Oh, Anthony, I’m sorry—”

“It’s fine,” Tony wheezed from the floor.

Loki laughed. It physically pained him that Thor was the cause.

“You smell like coconut,” Steve mumbled, rubbing his cheek over Tony’s chest.

Tony paused, his fingers stilling in Steve’s hair. “Yeah?”

“Mm.” Steve nuzzled his nose against the casing for the reactor. “It’s nice.” He turned as Bucky padded into the room, picking his teeth with one of Clint’s feathers. “Hey, Bucky, Tony smells like coconut now.”

Bucky paused, letting the feather drop to the floor. “Yeah?”

“From the thingy,” Steve explained, knocking on the reactor.

Bucky came over and shoved his cold nose against his chest, making him yelp and squirm for a moment. “Hey, it does! Good job, thingy. This is much better than burnt popcorn.”

Tony wondered if anyone besides Natasha and Bruce would ever remember what it was called. He was glad he hadn’t told them that it was failing, though. He shuddered to think of all the mothering that would have resulted in. It was a wonder he’d hidden the poisoning for so long.

Bucky paused in his snuffling. “Are you okay?” he asked after a moment.

“…Yeah,” Tony replied, moving one hand from Steve’s head onto Bucky’s to draw him back down.

Thousands of human lifetimes, Loki had said.

Tony closed his eyes and just enjoyed Steve’s kisses around the reactor and Bucky’s little licks across his collarbone. It only needed to last one.