David Bowie at Top Pop television studios, Holland, while doing playback to his hit song “Rebel Rebel” in 1974, by Barry Schultz. “I took this photo of him along with a few other Dutch photographers during the taping of this video. Bowie was running late and this historic moment almost never happened due to the TV crew wanting to go home on time. But luckily they stayed and this photo was able to be made.”
All through the days of hunger strike I watched my comrades die And in the streets of Belfast you could hear the women cry I can’t forget the massacre that Friday at Loughgall I salute my fallen comrades as I watch the choppers fall
Characters: Peter Parker X Fem!Reader, Dad!Tony Stark X Daughter!Reader
Universe: Marvel, Avengers, Spiderman
Warnings: Bit of bullying, angry over protective dad.
Request: Tony Stark’s daughter is popular and in a band and at a concert, Peter is getting picked on for being alone so Reader goes and kisses him and hugs him, surprising everyone with their secret relationship, much to Tony’s disapproval.
You were the infamous Y/N Stark,
the daughter of Tony Stark, also known as Iron man. There’s a lot of things you
get from your dad: Your looks, your brain, and your love for music. Especially
rock music. Tony had an infinite source of videos of you singing rock songs,
from infancy to now. Because of you always singing, you had quickly discovered
you were quite the singer, and started a band. You were the lead singer, with
your 3 close friends as the other band members. Because of your smarts, you
were the top of your class, and because of your looks, you got a lot of
attention. Also it was inevitable you would get an attitude like your dad,
which made you quickly rise in popularity. Also since your dad was an Avenger,
you knew things that the world didn’t know about… like who Spiderman is. Though
to be honest you had presumed it was the little nerdy boy in your class.
Key Midwestern Gothic tropes: endless fields stretching out to the horizon, location-based alienation, strange sounds and lights coming from the woods outside of town, harsh winters, tiny towns where everyone knows everyone else’s business, churches with blazing light in the dark and signs proclaiming the end of the world, bodies buried in backyards where they will never be found, and the neverending feeling that something is very wrong.
Sources for midwestern gothic (movies, tv shows, music, books) can be found under the cut. Feel free to message us with any questions, additions, or reactions after you’ve read/watched/listened to some of these: