f: marvel comics

Me smiling eating my popcorn: Omigod LOOK at her, she looks so fuckin good. Omigod. U FUCKIN QUEEN. GIRL U BETTER WORK THAT SMOKEY LOOK U BAD BITCH GOT MORE CURVES THAN A ROAD MAP

btw she said kneel with such conviction, didn’t even have to yell (like some ppl) & I felt that in my chest lord.
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m.fanfiction.net
DARCY LEWIS FF RECS

Darcy/Loki L.: (Tasertricks) Funny That Way (link above) by LuvaGoodMrE

Ink & Parchment https://m.fanfiction.net/s/8247729/1/Ink-And-Parchment by The Goddess Of Art

I Don’t Like You https://archiveofourown.org/works/1047142/chapters/2094112 by PeachyLana

Suddenly, Darcy https://m.fanfiction.net/s/9176868/1 by magwitch

In the Service of Liars and Killers https://m.fanfiction.net/s/8099128/1/In-the-Service-of-Liars-and-Killers by MildredJosephine

A Morbid Taste for Ice https://m.fanfiction.net/s/8433193/1/A-Morbid-Taste-for-Ice by sitehound

The Green Gentleman https://archiveofourown.org/works/6166957/chapters/14129611 [Part 2 of the The Yggdrasil Chronicles] by smac89

The Sound of Heartstrings (AU) https://archiveofourown.org/works/2369780/chapters/5233052 by mischiefgoddesscomplex

There’s a God Under My Bed https://archiveofourown.org/works/3154949/chapters/684782 by Q_it

This is Gospel https://archiveofourown.org/works/4610874/chapters/10508925 [Part 1 of The Yggdrasil Chronicles] by smac89

For the Laughs (AU) https://archiveofourown.org/works/2610728/chapters/5818274 by AnnieMar

Blue https://m.fanfiction.net/s/8000611/1/Blue by StarTrekFanWriter

They Say Fortune is a Wheel (AU) https://m.fanfiction.net/s/7456452/1/They-Say-Fortune-is-a-Wheel by LuvaGoodMrE

 

Darcy/Pietro Maximoff: (QuickTaser)

Regular Miracles https://archiveofourown.org/works/4408577/chapters/10012373 by Dresupi

Give With My Take https://archiveofourown.org/works/4927531/chapters/11306572 by Dresupi

 


Darcy/Steve Rogers: (ShieldShock)

The Apple (Tony Stark is her dad) https://archiveofourown.org/works/3453593/chapters/7576244 by Valeris

The reports about my love life have been greatly exaggerated https://archiveofourown.org/works/3711628/chapters/8216284 by Amerna

I Climbed The Tree To See The World (When The Gusts Came Around To Blow Me Down, I Held On As Tightly As You Held On To Me) https://archiveofourown.org/works/531466/chapters/942682 by sarcastic_fina

Skipping https://m.fanfiction.net/s/7244706/1/Skipping by missmissa85

 

Darcy/Steve/Bucky:

Ice & Fire (Tony Stark is her dad) https://archiveofourown.org/works/1999119/chapters/4331559 [Part 1 of the Ice & Fire series] by SteeleHoltingOn

 


Darcy/Bucky Barnes: (WinterShock)

Three Weeks, Ten States, and One Million Reasons to Fall for You https://archiveofourown.org/works/4846088/chapters/11102069 by leftennant

We’ll Run Like We’re Awesome (Tony is her dad) (Part 1 of the Run ‘Verse Series) https://archiveofourown.org/works/771491/chapters/1448078 by themonkeycabal

You put your arms around me (and I’m home) [A collection of Darcy/Bucky oneshots, drabbles, and prompt fills.] https://archiveofourown.org/works/1589105/chapters/337711 by sarcastic_fina

 


BONUS:
Kat Dennings/Chris Evans:

boston tea party https://archiveofourown.org/works/3797185 by sevenfoxes

intolerable acts https://archiveofourown.org/works/4553757 by sevenfoxes

 


Kat Dennings/Tom Hiddleston:

Don’t Try This at Home https://archiveofourown.org/works/1108823 by PeachyLana

And The Norse God (Max Black/Loki) https://archiveofourown.org/works/1512389 by PeachyLana

We That Are True Lovers https://archiveofourown.org/works/1050777 by cellard00rs

A-Tisket, A-Tasket https://archiveofourown.org/works/1387741 by cellard00rs

This took way longer to make than it should have. Coding was hell. This is for @mrgrynche and whoever else is interested! I hope you enjoy them as much as I do! NOTE: “We’ll Run Like We’re Awesome” isn’t Darcy/Bucky…yet (my mistake) Bucky doesn’t enter the equation until part 14 of the whole ‘Verse series; the series is centered around Darcy’s relationship with Tony initially but evolves into Darcy/Bucky later on (patience is a virtue). I would suggest reading the whole series from the beginning to avoid confusion, but if you wanna skip to part 14 that’s cool too. For the Laughs (AU) is incomplete as well. Here is the link to the second rec list: https://anbanananna.tumblr.com/post/167246371811/darcy-lewis-ff-recs-pt-2
In Lynch Mode

Have you been re-watching the original episodes of “Twin Peaks” that aired on abc from 1990-1991 in anticipation for its return to Showtime on May 21, 2017?

I haven’t and probably should, but I did just watch a show so “Twin Peaks” inspired that at times I swore the credits would reveal David Lynch’s involvement.

Although bizarre visionary David Lynch had nothing to do with F/X’s “Legion,” the show was in the fully capable hands of writer/director/producer Noah Hawley. Hawley has already brought even more critical acclaim to F/X thanks to his outstanding interpretation of “Fargo,” which is about to return for a third season on April 19. With “Legion,” Hawley stunned audiences yet again, making his success rate two for two on F/X.

Previously, Hawley had quick cancellations with his abc shows “The Unusual” (2009) and “My Generation” (2010) so obviously his work fares far better on cable than broadcast television. Just as he based his version of “Fargo” from someone else’s work (the Coen brothers’ 1996 film of the same name), “Legion” is derived from a Marvel Comics character.

I’ve been burnt-out on comic book adaptations for quite some time now and only checked out “Legion” due to Hawley’s involvement. I do love the Christopher Nolan Batman films, the first “Iron Man,” and found “Deadpool” hilariously entertaining, but the way Hollywood constantly churns out formulaic comic book adaptations (I have not seen “Logan” so am not including it in my sentiment) has left me completely jaded by the genre.

However, as expected, Hawley totally reinvented the tired practice.

“Legion” is unlike anything you’ve ever seen on television unless you have seen “Twin Peaks.” Nonetheless, it’s still unlike any comic book show/movie you’ve seen because the whole superhero aspect takes a backseat to a gripping mystery.

The series, which premiered February 8, 2017 and just wrapped its first 8-episode season on March 29, is what you would categorize as a mindfudge and that is the clean way to describe it. Like “Memento,” “Donnie Darko,” and “Inception,” you aren’t 100% sure what is going on in “Legion” and what you think you know could change at any second. For example, I still can’t definitively tell you what time period “Legion” is set. While most of the environments and fashion scream the 70s, the weaponry and technology makes me assume its present-day or even the future.

It takes commitment to watch a puzzling show that can pull the rug out from under you without warning. While watching “Legion,” I would ask myself and text others “what the heck is going on?” despite the fact I was still enjoying what was unfolding. I would read episode recaps to make sure I wasn’t missing anything and hoped that by the finale everything would be explained.

Clearly “Legion” knew they were throwing a tremendous amount of information at fans because in the penultimate episode the show uniquely went out of its way to spell everything out. The method was as engaging as it was informative and to go into too much detail would spoil its brilliance. However, depending on how closely you were paying attention, it was possible to piece the show together even before the disclosure.

Wow, I am reaching word count and I haven’t even explained the plot of “Legion.” That actually says a lot about the show – its ambiguous nature is what makes “Legion” so rewarding.

“Legion” revolves around David Haller (marvelously played by Dan Stevens), a young adult that has battled living with schizophrenia ever since he was diagnosed at a young age. While residing in a psychiatric hospital, his world is turned upside down when he meets the beautiful Sydney “Syd” Barrett (Rachel Keller of Hawley’s “Fargo”). Hawley purposely chose her name as a reference to Pink Floyd’s Syd Barrett who suffered from mental illness. The series includes even more Floyd thanks to a mind-altering scene that utilizes the band’s “Speak to Me” and “Breathe” so profoundly it caused the hair on the back of my neck to stand up. Hawley also splendidly injected T. Rex in a pivotal moment.

Meeting Syd sends Haller down a rabbit hole that reveals he may not suffer from a mental illness at all, but might actually be one of the strongest mutants in existence. A government agency that views mutants as a threat wants to control Haller, while a mutant-friendly group, led by Melanie Bird (Jean Smart, also of Hawley’s “Fargo”), wishes to protect him.

Aside from the perplexing plot, intoxicating cinematography, and dark humor, “Legion” boasts remarkable performances. Dan Stevens, who is most famous for playing Matthew in “Downton Abbey” but first popped up on my radar in the awesome film “The Guest,” is destined to receive nominations for his strenuous performance. I also think Aubrey Plaza, known for her quirky comedic character in “Parks & Rec,” is a shoo-in for an Emmy for her diabolical role. And, wait until you see what “Flight of the Conchords” star Jemaine Clement does with his charismatic character.

Season 1 of “Legion” was an education for both the characters and the audience and now that we’re all on the same page Season 2 (coming in 2018) is going to be one wild ride.

Mystique.

Lets, see…this is going to be one of my infamous “First time drawing…” scenerios. Wanted to see what would work with my normal “details.” Eliminated the dress/flap thing with a more workable split dress with dark pants. No skull belt, I dunno…seemed a bit dated/creepy (who has a whole belt of small skulls strung together into a belt? What is that suppose to tell me?) replaced with a more military setup, back gun holsters, replacement clips, basic thief gear, and the knife. Cuz my Mystique WILL STAB AT YOU!

I think the pluses and minues are there, but the great thing about her is that she’s a shapeshifter so any look…..is a good look…..*shrugs*