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Can I just talk about how important this press conference is to me. He just got back from Afghanistan after months of torture. He refused to go to the hospital and instead immediately went to a press conference. He could barely stand, and instead had everybody sit with him, but he showed up.

“We have become comfortable with a system of zero accountability” Tony’s first thought when he arrived home, now aware that bad people were using his weapons was to stop it. He didn’t go to the hospital or to his own home. He went to the public and told them.

‘Hey bad shit happened because of me, so I’m going to hold me accountable, and I’m gonna tell you what I’m going to do so you can hold me accountable too.’

Now when I get home from vacation the only thing I want to do is go home, and I don’t generally have emotionally scarring things happen during my vacations. I just miss my home. After months in Afghanistan I’m sure Tony did too. Yet he prioritized shutting down weapons to that. Which he should have, but it shows incredible strength of character. 

I’m just so proud of him as a character. Like good for you Tony.

This line if anyone doesn’t know comes from Tony and Fury’s conversation during Age of Ultron. The conversation where Tony says that the vision Wanda gave him, is the future. He blames himself. 

This is not just the end of the path the group started them on, Tony claims all responsibility. I started us on. This idea that Tony tries to push off the blame for his actions, is honestly baffling. Tony consistently accepts blame for other people’s actions. 

Let’s go through some of the movies and see where Tony takes responsibility. 

In Ironman 1 we see Tony Stark, talking with Yinsen in Afghanistan. He’s scaredd, confused, and in pain. Despite all of that, one of the first things he notices about his kidnappers, they have his weapon. Which he finds absolutely jarring because he only sells his weapons to the US military. 

He is absolutely shocked that these terrorists have his weapons, because Obidiah was the one selling to them behind his back. However, he takes responsibility for his weapons getting in the wrong hands, and sets out to personally destroy every stockpile of weapons.

He took full responsibility for something that was not his fault. 

What about Age of Ultron.

The entire movie in Captain America civil war, is Tony attempting to make up for what happened. Notice he again says my fault. He has taken every bit of blame, he doesn’t blame Wanda for what she did to him, or for what she did to help Ultron with his plan. He doesn’t blame Bruce for helping him study the scepter. He doesn’t blame Ultron because ultimately Ultron’s actions were his own, he was a sentient being. Tony takes all of the blame on his shoulders, and supports the accords as a way of preventing further tragedies like Ultron. 

Tony consistently accepts blames for things he was only marginally connected to. Other people expect him to, and he gets blamed for the actions of others regularly.

Example:

This man blamed Tony Stark for the crimes Howard Stark committed against his father. Tony is expected to pay in blood for crimes that are not his own.  

Or what about 

Who after years of planning, and evil deeds blames Tony for all of it. A drunk celebrity said he would talk with him and then didn’t. I understand maybe Aldrich was devastated, and dealing with depression. However, his crimes are still his own, he still chose to commit them. He has had years to get a good therapist, he chose to develop a serum that kills people, and causes them to explode. 

This is not Tony’s fault, this is Killain’s. He made the decision to be a villain. 

Now let’s look at some of the other Avengers accepting responsibility for their actions. 

Well, that doesn’t sound like accepting responsibility for unleashing the Hulk onto a city of innocent people, and completely disrupting Dr. Banner’s peace of mind. She has to have accepted blame at some point, Captain America wouldn’t let her get away with this type of thing, would he?

“She’s just a kid.” Oh, of course well at least he accepts responsibility for his own mistakes.

“Did you know?” 

“I didn’t know it was him.”

“Don’t bullshit me Rogers, did you know?” 

“Yes.”

Well he admits that he hid the truth for years after having his own lie waved in his face, not exactly taking responsibility.

What about Clint, he’s well known for considering the consequences of his actions. Mr. Clint “They’re considered.” Barton.

Oh no wait here’s another example of someone breaking the law and then blaming Tony for their own crimes. Wow the Aldrich Killian parallel I never wanted to make with one of my favorite comic book characters.

Now, all of the original team Cap is guilty of refusing responsibility for their crimes. What about Natasha? While we haven’t seen much of her origin Story she is supposed to be known for clearing the red off her ledger, and while we never see her take blame for much in canon, I blame Marvel’s shitiness with female characters and screen time. 

Or Bruce? Bruce is the only original Avenger we see taking blame for things other than Tony. He’ll take blame for any event the Hulk was involved in, that’s why he leaves at the end of AoU, because of Johannesburg. He still blames himself for breaking Harlem, despite the fight being necessary to protect people. 


Tl:dr this idea that Tony never accepts responsibility is really baffling to me, because team Cap never seemed to accept responsibility for anything they did wrong. Whereas Tony is constantly accepting blame, and working to improve himself and the situation. 

spcedrco  asked:

do you have one or a few songs (instrumentals maybe?) that sorta capture the feeling of the gang when they're just hangin out in together/in the secret forest pls and thank u

Dear ironmanned,

1. Pas de Deux: Pt 3, James Horner

2. Hell I, Giovanni Sollima

3. Tokka, Agnes Obel

4. Exploring the Woods, Lorne Balfe

5. What Do Your Remember, Edward Shearmur

6. Seuls, Bruno Coulais

7. I Did Knock, Patrick Doyle

8. Dancing in the Rain, Trevor Morris

9. Dance for Me Wallis, Abel Korzeniowski

10. Blue Shoes, Colm Mac Con Iomaire

11. Violin Concerto in A Minor, Op. 3/6, RV 356, Vivaldi

12. Leap, Zoe Keating

13. Sta Ihni Tou Steliou, Nikos Kypourgos

14. Opaque, Hildur Gudnadottir

15. Never Ending Rain, Stephen Endelman

16. Depart Pour La Guerre, Alexandre Desplat

17. E Minor End Theme, Mark Saul 5. Terra Aria, Giovanni Sollima

18. To the Island, Ilan Eshkeri

19. Cornfield Chase, Hans Zimmer

20. Farewell to Nigg, Natalie Haas & Alasdair Fraser

urs,

Stiefvater

Who Should Lead the Avengers

I just commented on This Post about the ranking comparison between Sam Wilson, James ‘Rhodey’ Rhodes, and Steve Rogers. However that’s not the only thing to consider when saying who should control the Avengers. 

For reference Rhodey has the highest ranking in canon, then Cap, then Sam. 

Now, we don’t know how long Rhodey was in the army exactly, we know Tony graduated in ‘87 and Ironman 1 takes place in 2008, meaning if Rhodey graduated with Tony and immediately joined the air force he’d been serving 21 years, considering it takes on average 18 years to become a lieutenant colonel (his position in this movie) and he was still in the air force through civil war it’s easy to say Rhodey has more than 20 years of experience in the armed forces. Rhodey is also accustomed to cutting edge technology, and modern military politics.

Sam Wilson (Still assuming he is a sergeant) would have had to complete a minimum time in service of 8 years. He worked para-rescue using cutting edge technology during that time period.

Steve Rogers was submitted to project rebirth in 1941 (at the earliest) he then served as a dancing monkey for a while, but I’ll use 1941 as the start date to his service. The last known date of him working with the howling commandos is 1944, at most he had 3-4 years of experience, (at least)half of what Sam would have had, and less than a fourth of what Rhodey would have had. All of this experience occurred in the 40′s and while he was using cutting edge technology for that time he isn’t accustomed to modern tech, or modern politics. He’s still adjusting to the modern time period, and not familiar with new methods of operation. 

I understand that his name carries a lot of weight, but Steve Rogers was not the best person to lead the Avengers based on experience. 

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3 IDIOT 
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No Escape
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Düşler Bahçesi
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Kara Şövalye
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Yapay Oyun
Can Dostum
Umudunu Kaybetme
Concussion
Esaretin Bedeli
Southpaw
Sıkıysa Yakala
Zincirsiz
One Day
Ya Aşksa
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Snowpiercer 
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Joy
THE MARTİAN – MARSLI
If I Stay
Before We Go 
The Best of Me
Domino
Onurlu Bir Adam
Whiplash
Jurassic World
Flipped
Stuck in Love
Aklı Havada
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Baskın
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
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Dünya Savaşı Z
Sil Baştan
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Ay
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Aynı Yıldızın Altında
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Limit Yok
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Who Am I
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Dalgaların Peşinde
Kök
Evrim
Lucy
Uyumsuz
Kuralsız
Çelik Yumruklar
Project Almanac
Özgürlük Yazarları
Project X
Ted 1-2
Ben Robot
Love Rosie
Gravity
Zor Kazanç
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Büyük Budapeşte Oteli
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‘Marvel Now’ series announced so far!

1. Invincible Ironman - will see RiRi Williams take over the role from Tony Stark.

2. Champions - will see Miles Morales, Ms Marvel, Nova, Amadeus Cho, Viv Vision, and the time-displaced teenage Cyclops form a new team. 

3. U.S.Avengers - will see Red Hulk, Cannonball, Squirrel Girl, Danielle Cage, Ja Costa, and a new Iron Patriot form a patriotic Avengers team.

4. Unworthy Thor - will follow Odinson on his adventures as he tries to prove himself worthy again

5. Infamous Ironman - will see Doctor Doom associate himself with Ironman in some way. Details so far as scarce. 

6. Captain Marvel - will see the public divided on opinions of Carol Danvers after her action in ‘Civil War II’. The series will be written by award winning ‘Beautiful Creatures’ author, Margaret Stohl. 

7. Great Lake Avengers - will follow the adventures of four of the founding members; Mr immortal, Flatman, Doorman, and Big Bertha. 

8. Mosaic - will follow the adventures of a new black, male, Inhuman who has the power to possess other people’s bodies. Details are scarce but Marvel made a big deal of this one. He will be an anti-hero.

9. Jessica Jones - a new ongoing Jessica Jones series written and drawn by the character’s original creators, Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos.

10. Death of X - a 4-issue mini-series set within the 8 month gap between ‘Secret Wars’ and All-New All-Different Marvel. It will follow Cyclops and finally reveal what happened between the X-men and the Inhumans that led to Cyclop’s death.

11. Thanos - the ongoing series will follow Thanos as he goes after a new source of power - hinted to be the Phoenix Force!

12. Cage - the 4-issue mini-series will focus on Luke Cage and be set back in the 1970′s. It will be written by award winning creator of Dexter’s Lab and Samurai Jack, Genndy Tartakovsky. The series was originally announced in 2007 but wasn’t completed until now for unknown reasons. 

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So I mentioned in my Pepper Potts Post, that I would make another post for Rhodey. Tada.

I’m going to start this by saying I love Tony and Rhodey’s relationship, and I think that they’ve grown as a pair since the first two Ironman movies, however there are some issues with their relationship.

The big thing that comes between Tony and Rhodey is that Rhodey was always a military man first, and Tony’s friend second. That’s healthy, Rhodey’s life should not revolve around Tony Stark. However, being a military man first, and testifying against your best friend because the military asked you to aren’t the same thing. 

Yes Rhodey cares about Tony’s life, he loves Tony. But there’s a certain lack of respect in the first two ironman movies. 

Ironman 2 : The events of Ironman 2 can be forgiven to a degree because Tony worked to get Rhodey to attack him for the suit. He wanted that to happen. However Rhodey could have handled the situatuion and he could have offered to give the suit back or not brought it to the military. There’s a difference between ‘you shouldn’t have this technology, you aren’t using it safely’, and ‘I’m taking your private property for myself and keeping it’. 

Ironman 1 : After Afghanistan Rhodey took Tony shutting down weapons as a personal insult rather than Tony’s choice, or a reaction to trauma. He told Tony he needed to get hold of himself when the man was dealing with months of captivity as a civilian. He was mad at Tony and unwilling to listen to a friend who had just suffered major trauma. 

But we see major improvements in their relationship in both Ironman 3 and Civil War. Rhodey and Tony have both grown as characters and their relationship has become a lot healthier because of it. They care about each other a lot, and despite Rhodey being a bit of an Ass in Ironman 1 & 2 he loves his best friend a whole lot.  I’ll probably fangirl more about them in a post where I ask where’s the fucking Iron husbands fandom at? but that’s all for now folks.

Tony Stark is a Hero

So today I had a conversation with someone who tried to tell me that Tony Stark was responsible for basically every bad thing that happened in the marvel movies he was involved in. I shot down most of their arguments rather quickly but understand some people hold similar views, so here is my reasons for why Tony Stark is not a bad person.

Tony is responsible for the events in Ironman 1 because he was too busy partying to notice Stane’s actions. 

This accusation does hold some value, but you have to consider the fact that Tony inherited the company from Howard Stark who also trusted Stane. Stane in fact ran the company before Tony was old enough to takeover and had ample time to hide his wrongdoings. Could Tony have found evidence if he looked? quite possibly, but Tony had no reason to distrust Stane, and therefore no reason to look. 


Tony is responsible for Age of Ultron because he created Ultron.

This also holdssome value, but Bruce helped him so he should be held equally responsible. Wanda is also responsible because it was her magic that pulled Tony’s fear of another invasion to the forefront of his mind which led to the creation of Ultron. So Tony can not be held solely responsible. 

It should also be noted that all Tony and Bruce did was run a diagnostic, they were nowhere near having a functional interface, or AI. Ultron was created through the teseract and the mindstone due to magic which Tony does not understand and did not expect. Without magic Ultron wouldn’t have been created because all Bruce and Tony did was run a diagnostic.  (Also choking people for bad decisions is wrong Thor.)


Tony is responsible for Iron Man 3 because of how he treated Killan back in his party days.

Now, how Tony treated Killan was undoubtedly cruel, it is not however an excuse to join AIM and start killing people. Tony Stark is not responsible for the actions taken by another human being. If Killan had attacked Tony, and Tony alone we could consider Tony responsible to a degree, revenge plots are understandable. However the use of extremis on unrelated people means that Killan was just an evil scientist. Tony is not responsible for another person’s actions.


Civil War may eventually get a whole post because I’m taking ethics and everyone’s behavior is super interesting from an ethical standpoint so I’m going to leave it off the list for now. However please remember Tony tried repeatedly to stop the fighting. 

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Loki on Comedy Central

Loki: I am Loki, of Asgard!

Girl 1 (left): I am Diana, of New Jersey!

Loki: *sighs*

Loki: We’re gonna be friends… It’s fine… *sigh*

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Loki: Who’s a better superhero? Thor or Loki?

Kids: THOR! ((With the boy on the left mumbling Loki in the background))

Loki: Why would you say that?

Girl 2 (right): Cuz’ he can make thunder and lightning, and he has a big hammer! And sometimes, he hits the hammer on the ground, and all the bad guys fall down just because he’s so strong and he can knock ‘em over with just his hammer!

Loki: *pushes girl 2* See who needs a hammer? I pushed you over with my bare hands.

Loki: I thought she was the only one who’s being cute just for the sake of being cute. Please~

Girl 2: You are rude~

Loki: *sigh*

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Loki: Who here has brothers and sisters?

Kids: *raise hands*

Loki: Well do you have brothers?

*Both boys put down their hands*

Loki: Do you fight with your brother?

Girl 1 (left): No, nope!

Loki: *turns towards girl 2 on the right* Now did he ever wrongly imprison you after intercepting your plans for global domination while foiling your attempts to rule the human race as their king?

Girl 2: No… I just needa go to the bathroom…

Loki: *sigh*

Loki: Oh for heaven’s sake, are any of you adopted?

Kids: *shakes head*

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Loki: Now, I’m gonna hold up some photographic illusions, and I want you to say the first word that comes to your mind.

*Shows Thor’s “photographic illusion”*

Kids: GOOD!

Loki: You don’t know him like I know him.

*Shows Loki’s “photographic illusions”*

Kids: BAD!

Loki: I would’ve gone for insanely smart and incredibly good-looking!

Boy 1 (left): Thor’s a hero!

Loki: Seriously? You’re just gonna buy into that whole blonde and muscle-ly myth?

Boy 2 (right): You have a scary face.

Loki: You have a scary face.

Boy 2: No you are.

Loki: You are times infinite~

Boy 2: You are infinite times two!

Loki: That’s not even a thing~

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Loki: Who’s the most powerful superhero?

Girl 1 (left): Ironman!

Loki: Wrong!

Boy (left): Grilled Cheeseman!

Loki: He’s not even a superhero!

Girl (left): Banana head Fartman!

Loki: I’m pretty sure you just made that up!

Girl (right): The Mighty Thor~

Loki: I’m pretty sure I prefer Banana head Fartman…

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((Yupp, definitely prefer Loki more ^^ Lol))

anonymous asked:

what unsubstantiated claims? he made a rape joke. he made a transphobic joke. he worked as a weapons manufacturer and did not give a single fuck about the innocent brown people who got caught in the crossfire (only about the poor americans) "i want one" "does she come with the car?" "stop being a pussy" those are all admirable traits i guess

Tony is homophobic? Where? 

Tony objectifies women? Yes. In Ironman 1. He keeps it up in public because it is expected of him. 

I have talked about the rape joke in AoU before and the fact that it was out of character for Tony to say it, and equally out of character for nobody else to react to it in any form shape or way. It’s almost like that was shitty writing.

Tony didn’t care about brown people in the crossfire? Okay, go protest Lockheed Martin then (assuming you’re american if not find your countries equivalent) If you think a fictional character is Evil because they were raised to run a weapons manufacturing company that worked with the American Goverment only. 

Also, this is from the MCU companion comics.

Just in case you were wondering where “Stop being a pussy” came from.

Those are not the only claims being made in the anti tag and you know it, and they’re all nuanced situations, not Tony is an asshole, end of story. Furthermore you have failed to answer my question. Why do you think a hate tag should be discourse free? The whole point of it is to shit on a character a lot of people love and identify with. 

Now, seeing as how I have not been on the anti tag in literal months, how about you learn to stay in your own lane, and not bother people on their blogs considering you seem to think that’s a form of harassment when people do it on your posts.

anonymous asked:

the avengers was the highest grossing marvel movie to date, as for one male lead i dont know if it’s im3, civil war or spiderman, im1 is like 11

It was Ironman 3, my bad. Ironman 1 was the highest rated.