greatest superhero

No Sleep Till Brooklyn, Part 1

Heartmate Series: Steve Rogers x Reader

Characters: Steve Rogers, Deadpool, Falcon

Warnings: language, hinted sexual/physical abuse, violence - Deadpool’s in it guys, it ain’t PG. 

A/N: This is my take on the soulmate trope. It’s not necessarily an AU, because technically heartmate is canon in the Marvel world - at least with Wade’s comics. This part is an introduction to the characters!

Summary: You’re a mutant turned mercenary, working with the best merc around - Wade Fucking Wilson aka Deadpool. You are also someone who doesn’t believe in the whole heartmate crap. How could two people solely be made for each other? Steve Rogers is Captain America,  Avenger extraordinaire. Call him old fashion, but he believed in heartmates and knew he had one out there. The two of you cross paths one day and things get set in motion. Can Steve get passed the jaded wall you built or would things just crash and burn? And will Wade Wilson finally learn to put the seat down after taking a piss? Who knows.

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Superman in “Love is Love”

Guys this is huge. This is fucking massive.

Look at that.

The red and blue boy scout, the man of steel, the man of tomorrow, the character that is responsible for the comic book superheroes as a whole , the FACE of the DC Universe and the greatest Superhero of all time…

Is holding an LGBT flag  standing tall and proud

This isn’t just Batwoman or an Archie character , not even Wonder Woman, no, this is Superman, the man that stands for the American dream, for Truth and Justice.

Does that mean that he is gay and the comics haven’t shown it yet? That he is a straight ally?

Honestly, I couldn’t care less. This is a huge thing regardless, and I can’t believe its true.

So “Logan” is by far the greatest ‘superhero’ movie I’ve seen in a long, long time, but that might just be my intense love for father-daughter relationships and immense angst coming in to play. I cried four times, and while I’d love to ramble about it I don’t want to spoil, so just believe when I say you’ll love it and hate it simultaneously because of how perfect it is.



We are doing an anthology at school, and were told to chose a song that best represents our novel. THIS is the one I chose. 

Needs to be seen with video. NEEDS!

For years I felt that Batman Begins was the best superhero origin movie ever, but I now no longer believe that to be true because last night I, for the first time, watched what truly is the greatest superhero origin film ever:



  • Stephanie: get down from up there!
  • Matthew: *voice cracking* no! i am the Greatest Superhero of All Time™ i will not be afraid!
  • Stephanie: Matthew come down, you're going to get hurt!
  • Matthew: i will save Skip! be ready Steph!
  • Skip: *jumps gracefully off of the tree*
  • Matthew: *awkwardly climbs down*
  • Matthew: i would have saved him...
  • Stephanie: i know you would.

resurrectionofdawn  asked:

Clint/rescuer prompt: Clint growled lightly “Not that I don't mind giving a good show once in a while, but doesn't this violate I don't know, some kind of doctors' ethics or something? Or don't I rate pants?” His rescuer/jailer laughed over the small fire in the corner of the cavern that they hid in. “You've only been fully awake for less than thirty minutes and what has you worried is not having pants?” “Hey I know where my priorities are."

run the world (girls), clint/darcy

Now on AO3. (if you can, please leave a review. It means a lot to me.)

AKA the one where the Avengers are all women, and I don’t mean gender-swap (inspired by this post)

Okay, I’m sorry this took so long. The muse started out on fire but left me high and dry by the end. Also I had to tweak the dialogue a little to make it fit. :)

Darcy fiddled with her bracelet for at least the sixth time, only to be rebuked by a stern voice in her ear.

“Darcy, you need to relax.”

She huffed and rolled her eyes in response. “I’m trying, Maria. This isn’t really my element, you know. I’m much more comfortable stealing things out from under someone in the board room. Except, you know, not literally.”

Another voice chimed in to reassure her. “Which you do very well, Darcy.”

Darcy rolled her eyes fondly. “Thanks, Pepper. Is everyone listening to me suck at this undercover thing right now?”

There was a long pause. With a sigh, Darcy eyed a nearby waiter who was passing out champagne glasses. She flagged him down and huffed, “I guess that’s a yes.”

“You’ll be fine, milaya,” the Black Widow purred in her ear. “Do you remember what your target will be wearing?”

Darcy accepted the glass from the waiter with a charming smile. She took a tiny sip of the champagne. Hiding her mouth behind the slim glass, she responded, “Yeah, he’ll be the guy in a purple suit. Seems a little ridiculous to me, but at least he should stand out.”

One of the Avengers—probably Peggy—started to admonish her for not taking the op seriously when a voice behind Darcy exclaimed, “Excuse me! Are you Darcy Lewis?”

The chatter from the comm abruptly ceased. Darcy turned slowly, hoping beyond hope that it wasn’t the guy in the purple suit. That greeting couldn’t even pretend to be in the same realm as subtle, much less stealthy. She caught sight of him, and—yeah, hopefully the nation’s security was not in the hands of this lost little puppy. He was cute, in a little kid sort of way. And luckily for her, not wearing a purple suit.

Which meant she had no time to talk to him about his superhero crushes. She asked coolly, “Can I help you?”

The young man—surely he wasn’t even eighteen—practically vibrated with excitement. “You’re Darcy Lewis, right?” Without waiting for her to respond, he gushed, “You work with the Avengers! Black Widow and Captain America, and—”

Darcy cut him off sharply, lowering her voice and enunciating clearly. “Look, kid. I don’t know what you’re talking about. I’m Vice President of Potts Industries, not a superhero.”

He nodded conspiratorially and winked. “Right. By day, you’re VP of Potts Industries, right-hand woman—” he snorted at his own joke, “—to Pepper Potts, who’s only the leader of the greatest superhero team on Earth.”

Darcy’s comm crackled to life. “I like him,” Pepper cooed, laughing under her breath.

Simultaneously, Peggy grumbled, “We’re co-leaders, thank you very much.”

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anonymous asked:

In response to the "bruce being sentimental over his children being babies" I like to think that at some point even if it was just a few days, they get de-aged by a spell or something, so that he doesn't have to wonder, he kinda knows. Imagine baby dick just being held by bruce the entire time (if he puts dick down he cries) , jason toddling after him, doing his own thing, Tim being really quiet and shy, and bruce actually getting to take care of damian.

that’s adorable! i feel like it’d be hell, though, because not only is bruce inexperienced at infant care, but there’s five of them (including tiny cass), and bruce is so deadset about doing everything himself. maybe alfred gives in and rings up clark and diana, and there’s a hilarious three-day period where the world’s greatest superheroes are covered in baby spit-up and have the little einsteins theme stuck in their heads. bruce is jealous because dick won’t let him put him down, and now the other kids like diana and clark and alfred more.

i imagine diana being mystified by babies but also being incredibly bad with them, by virtue of never seeing them ever on themyscira, and clark is just a shameless peekaboo player. put a baby in front of him and superman loses the ability to speak in anything other than baby talk.