Such an exceptional scene. ‘Not What He Seems’ was an incredible episode overall, but Mabel’s moments there at the end were just breathtaking! I honestly wasn’t sure what Mabel was going to do, a part of me was rooting for her to side with her brother, but having read so many Stan twin theories I definitely wanted to see the portal open even more.
Just a warm-up doodle but I plan to draw more from the episode once I have a bit more time.
Bucky Barnes suffered from depression before he joined the army, and when he came back, he suffered tenfold. Steve Rogers painted his nightmares and didn’t talk about how he lost his leg. Natasha believed it was possible – just maybe – that broken people could help heal one another.
When he’s not editing a magazine he truly loathes or navigating a rocky relationship he truly doesn’t deserve, Bucky Barnes writes a fantasy romance column with an unexpectedly loyal internet following about the barista at his favorite cafe. Barista Boyfriend makes these other worlds bearable, but the real world dreamboat isn’t remotely involved; Steve Rogers is just a muse. Everyone loves the column. And it definitely isn’t killing Bucky very gently in 500 word increments, not in the slightest. What kind of a writer can’t keep fact and fiction straight?