I love how much Crosby stans love him like, there’s just a lot of love and respect for the dude out there and yeah, also some gentle mockery, but you’re all so ride or die for him and say the absolute sweetest things abt him even on photos where he kind of looks like a foot and I just it makes me smile
“I won’t let you slide by, just giving me a few more disposable minions in exchange for all this! You’re STILL my p͎͔͢u̖̣p̟̮̗pe̙̻̠̼͉̳ͅt̗̙͍.̵̺̘̻̬͎.̙̟͙̲̭.̳͔̳̙̬͕͈”
The final pages of my brief series featuring DemureDusk’s Humanlike Bendy! I started to run out of ink in my markers, so that’s why it looks a bit sparse in some places… (does the ink machine do pen refills? lmao)
i’m actually becoming more convinced that a//urance won’t be canon, mostly for this reason:
Lance’s character arc is implied to be all about…being the Hero. or rather, NOT being the Hero. or being a hero, but not THE Hero.
because Lance likes being the center of attention, and he assigns value/importance to positions within the team (with more emphasis on the leader), and he’s being sort of…disabused of these notions, slowly but surely. like the end result would be him accepting and embracing a ‘support’ role and understanding that it’s JUST as important, if not more so
why do i think that means no endgame a//urance though??
because another feature of the Action Hero (which is what Lance wants to be - see his love of taglines) is that the Hero always gets the Girl. it’s like…written into the immutable Action Movie Plot or something
which means if his character arc is all about the importance of the other, non-leader roles, then it stands to reason that the character that mosts wants to be the Action Movie Hero doesn’t get everything he wants, and that he’ll be okay - even happy - with that
everyone needs more tony and babies in their life, right? have a fic. because tony canonically goes to hospitals and hugs babies who need it. (for mobile users, there’s a read-more after a few paragraphs)
Tony Stark isn’t
new to kids, not exactly.
He’s always tried
to visit paediatric wards when he had a moment, letting the kids play
with the armours and telling them stories. He helped Reed and Sue
with babysitting, and he remembers Val’s first attempts at building
microprocessors. He held a newborn Danielle Cage in his arms and he
marvelled at how tiny she was. He’s always glad to help his baby
Avengers with homework.
He likes kids. He
might never have his own, and he tells himself he’s made his peace
with that, but he likes kids and he likes spending time with them,
from babies and toddlers to I’m-not-a-kid-anymore
the moments he spends with kids never get any less special.