Tony “who says yay when he finds a secret door” Stark
Tony “elevators not worthy” Stark
Tony “hopeful that all the avengers will stay for the party” Stark
Tony “getting really attached to the team” Stark
Tony “do I get to rule Asgard?” Stark
Tony “pretend flirting but totally meaning it with Rhodey” Stark
Tony “I’m not the boss, I just pay for everything, make everyone look cooler, etc which he totally does because he cares” Stark
Tony “bragging about how boss Pepper is” Stark
Tony “is making medical advances” Stark
Tony “calling himself old man” Stark
Tony “don’t take from my pile” Stark
Tony “willingly going to fix Clint’s tractor” Stark
Tony “caring for friends so much he’d build something to keep them safe” Stark
Tony “making jokes in horrible times to ease the tension” Stark
Tony “giving up JARVIS because he thinks that’ll save the world” Stark
Tony “has anxiety, PTSD, and he’s still in the game” Stark
Tony “telling Bruce to take a stand not to be rude but because Bruce doesn’t have to bow down to anybody” Stark
Tony “I’m not the same man as before” Stark
Tony “going from war profit to saving the world because he thinks it’s what he was destined to do, even though he’s just a civilian, no super powers, just because he damn wants to, he’s gotten so far and become such a better person but no one really sees that over his mistakes” Stark
Tony “isn’t the same man as before, because he’s so much better” Stark
danisnotonfire teaches you about the appreciation of situational irony, the beauty of sarcasm and the joy of laughing at your own silly mistakes.
The logo is a culmination of the ‘D’ as dan’s inital along with many other visual forms and is in a way, set on fire, despite dan supposedly being “not on fire”. This gesture is inspired by the ironic appreciation subsequently present in Dan’s channel. As the logo can also be interpreted as the face of a person laughing, as inspired by Dan’s signature:
This also brings another aspect to view, which is the idea of laughing instead of dealing with serious problems where in this case, it’s ‘being on fire’.
For the visual identity above I have decided to attempt in bringing in Dan’s ironic appreciation for being able to laugh at your unfortunate moments, about how humor can be an especially powerful coping mechanism that will allow you to stand back up and face the world with a stronger smile.
I remember the first time my father took me to court, Robert had to hold my hand. I could not have been older than four, which would have made him five or six. We agreed afterward that the king had been as noble as the dragons were fearsome.
Years later, our father told us that Aerys had cut himself on the throne that morning, so his Hand had taken his place. It was Tywin Lannister who’d so impressed us.
How Avengers: Age of Ultron should have ended, imo (spoiler free, i think):
The fighting is over, everyone is safe. At the new Avengers Facility, everyone - Cap, Tony, Thor, Nat, Clint, Bruce, Wanda, Vision, Fury, Hill, Rhodey, EVERYONE gets to just take a minute to breathe and relax. There is a huge dining table that can fit all of them and they settle down for an extremely well-deserved meal. The food is abundant (Thor has plenty to stuff his face with), there’s friendly, playful banter shooting back and forth across the table, people feel safe. There’s just one thing: Cap is looking around with a little frown, and eventually asks, “Where’s Sam?” Everyone pauses their chatter to look around when a voice sounds at the threshold.
“Sorry I’m late, guys.” Sam offers as he steps into view, and then, oddly, sideways to make more room in the doorway. “But you’re never gonna believe who I brought to the party.”
There’s an agonizing stretch of silence as everyone stares at the empty threshold. The camera cuts to Sam’s face as he looks where the others cannot and gives a subtle nod. The camera pans down towards the floor, allowing us to see only two black-booted feet that slowly, slowly, silently come into view. The legs come next as the camera inches up, worn black pants with lots of pockets to carry many knives. The pan up slows even further, stopping just high enough to see the man’s torso, not his face. Slowly, as the figure turns to face the gaping mouths at the table from the doorway, his left arm comes into view. It’s mostly concealed in a dark, long-sleeved shirt, but the glint of metal on his hand is unmistakable.
Cut to black.
(I can’t help but tag ohcaptainmycaptain1918 even though i don’t know her that well. I hope you appreciate this?)
you don’t need people that doesn’t understand tony stark’s traumas and fears. you don’t need people that think tony stark is the villain. YOU DON’T NEED PEOPLE THAT THINK TONY STARK IS NOT AN ANGEL THAT FOUGHT HIS WAY THROUGH HELL.