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THE VISION #7
TOM KING (W) • MICHAEL WALSH (A)
COVER BY MIKE DEL MUNDO
A NEW STORY STARTS NOW!

• Once upon a time a robot and a witch fell in love. What followed was a tale of the dead and the dying, of the hopeful and the lost, of the wronged and the avenged. And in the end, after both had fallen, the witch and the robot rose from their dirt and eyed each other across a field of blood and bone.

• Forty-five years in the making, this is the story of Scarlet Witch and the Vision. Before family, there was love. And war.

Baby Avengers 2 (Avengers x Reader)

(f/n)-First Name

(Picture not mine.)

It took you a whole twenty minutes to finally catch Loki. That was only because Tor had helped and thrown his little hammer at his legs. As you were about to cut off a finger or two, Thor stopped you with a small pout. “No hurt brover.” He said in his cute baby voice.

You sighed and threw the knife away. You did plop yourself in the middle of his back though. He wouldn’t be getting up because of the hammer, but a little extra weight wouldn’t hurt. “You mewling quim! Remove your weight from me this instant!” He ordered while moving his arms to try and throw you off. You pinned his arms to the ground and glared at the back of his head.

“Fix them and you can go.” You bargained. He took a deep breath and turned his face so that he could look at you out of the corner of his eyes.

“You know you are surprisingly strong for a mortal.” He commented. You rolled your eyes and glared at them.

“Whatever. Fix them. They can’t be babies for two weeks!” You could already feel your mind start to panic. You didn’t know the first thing about being a mom. Handling babies was really not a part of what Tony hired you for.

“I can’t. Once the spell has been cast, there’s no turning back. Good luck handling them now (f/n).” He disappeared from underneath you and you cursed lowly to yourself. Of course he still had his magic.

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Well This is Awkward Part 3 (Peter Parker x Stark!Reader)

A/N: I’ve re-written this part several times because I’ve not been that happy with it… Seems more like a filler chapter if anything… Not my best work but I thought I’d post it to move the plot forward lol Thanks for the patience and I’m sorry for the wait.

Summary: The reader watches the latest breaking news story on television.

Word Count: 1,821.

Warnings: CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR SPOILERS. Violence? Swearing? Le teen angst.

Part One || Part Two || Part Three || Part Four

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Vision and the Price of Repeating the Past

Disclaimer: This post has spoilers for the recent Vision solo series, won’t make much sense if you haven’t read said series, and gives away the ending. If you haven’t read it, you should get on that. Now onto the 2 A.M. meta…

Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta’s Vision series is about a lot of things. It’s about the constraints of Suburbia, the pain of being Other in that environment, and the sacrifices of parents to make that life for their children. But it’s also about repeating the past, and by extension, it’s a metacommentary on being stuck in the superhero loop. There are plenty of stories about what it means to be a superhero in the archetypal sense, what it means to be a superhero in the broader culture, but Vision stays closer to home, to what it means to be a superhero in cyclical Big Two comic books.

There is a saying about superheroes, that they always return to the status quo. This means Steve Rogers can be a werewolf one month and then go back to being just Captain America the next, his fundamental nature unchanged. It also means characters tend to repeat the same kind of stories. No matter how far they go, they can’t escape their origin stories. King shines a different light on this truism of superhero comics by framing it as a form of repetition compulsion. He turns it into a coping mechanism for Vision’s unprocessed trauma. Vision returns to an old story, but something feels sinister about it this time.

Vision starts with its title character having recreated a very specific scenario: that of Vision & the Scarlet Witch volume 2. That of a wife and two kids in East Coast Suburbia. This is the site of Vision’s trauma, both as a person and a character. The story goes like this: Vision and Wanda had two kids. They lived in Suburban New Jersey. Everyone was very happy. Except for Marvel writer John Byrne who hated Vision, so he deconstructed Vision, literally and figuratively, and got rid of the kids. Then Vision’s original creator Roy Thomas showed up to do damage control, but it was Too Little Too Late. Then Vision got stuck in a loop of “idk, maybe this?” where writers weren’t sure what to do with him so they made him a detective or killed him off or had him be weirdly self-confident for no reason. He was still technically the same character – even Byrne’s all-encompassing deconstruction couldn’t fight the power of the status quo – but he was never really the same.

So why go back to the situation that created all that trauma and inadvertently caused Times He Was a Detective? Well, because people are weird, and no matter what Quicksilver thinks, Vision is a person.

It would be easy to say Vision just wants to go back to the point where he was happiest, but there is something darker underlying the decision to create a new family with a new Wanda and new twins: Vision wants to reshape the origin of his trauma into something he can control, and by controlling it, prove his power over said trauma. This is repetition compulsion. It’s an attempt to find safety and power in the very place that made him feel unsafe and powerless, but like I said the last time I talked in depth about this book, “healing doesn’t come from returning to a poisoned well and repeating the past will only hurt you more.”

And all of this does hurt Vision more. It goes horribly wrong. His old life comes barging in in the form of Simon Williams’ brother Eric and the end result is disaster. The attempts to cover up that disaster by Vision’s wife Virginia only make things worse and worse. She and Vision are both invested in maintaining a facade of normality and happiness, and the decisions they make in order to do that cause their problems to metastasize. There are a lot of messages and lessons you can take from Vision, but I think this is the best one: Trying to cover up or deny your problems only makes them grow. They become more and more unruly, requiring more and more effort to keep them hidden, until they finally explode.

Deal with your shit or it will deal with you. Mafia style.

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So my buddy @songbird-143 and I were talking about stuff with my Toon OC Wanda and King Dice from Cuphead, and this happened. 

There’s so freakin’ much to the story but basically, her character Song is dating my character Wanda, and they both get into trouble with King Dice’s gang (this is an AU where King Dice basically rules over Toon Town). And then my friend told me that it may be interesting if Toons were interested in Humans as well, looking at all of the detail on them. Same goes for King Dice, since he had never met a Human up close before.

But oh my God, King Dice is so fun to draw…

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I cry during movies. I cry because they’re heartbreaking and they’re beautiful and I’m so caught up in them that I forgot about the real world. And then the movie ends, I wipe my eyes, and i go and pretend that my heart hasn’t just been ripped out.
The real crying comes later. It comes at night, when I don’t have to pretend. I have the time to think, to reflect over the details-over shared lines, looks, characters who leave then come back in for a hug-and then I cry. Because there is no closure with this. I can never forget Dobby dying, or Lucy and Edmund saying goodbye for the last time, or Frodo sailing away into the west. Steve trying to get drunk after Bucky falls, Aslan dying at the stone table, Wanda when her brother has just died and she feels as though her heart has been torn out. I obsess over the minutiae-tiny details which make me sob into my pillow and then look for more-and I love with my whole heart.
So no, it doesn’t end when the movie ends: it lasts so much longer than that. I’m still crying.

If there were still people who wondered about their sex life.

Here you go.

Comic canon-banging.

You’re welcome.

Source: The Vision #7

For the people wondering about their first time…

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