Where to start with this beautiful, but very rarely seen young, woman. Tara Strong is so beautiful and she is such a talented young woman. Her voice acting is just like the best thing ever and is your childhood. If you never watched any of these shows growing up. You had no childhood just saying😆😆😆
WARNINGS/ AUTHOR NOTES: Brief flashbacks of violence (attack on New York). Otherwise, no warnings. Thanks to everyone who has like and/or reblogged this story so far, and I hope you all continue to enjoy it! I apologize for the shortness of the chapter, but personal issues have limited my time to work on it.
A short laugh and the sound of Loki’s beer bottle hitting the floor echoed off of the walls.
At the door stood Tony’s daughter Tara, a young woman about 30 years old. She was wearing an ivory pantsuit and her black hair was pulled back from her face and fell to some point behind her shoulders. Her honey brown eyes had lit up at the sight of her father, and she hadn’t yet noticed anyone else in the room.
Loki quickly and silently retreated to his room to collect himself. If he didn’t know better, he would swear that Tony’s daughter was the same woman he had seen that day, had sent to her death. She was much cleaner, but otherwise an almost perfect image of his ghost.
Jim Power, also known as the Mosaic Man, has been adorning the lampposts of New York City’s East Village for almost thirty years. After giving up his union carpenter job, Jim began beautifying the once rough and tumble neighborhood, supported solely by the donations he received on the streets. His work eventually came to be known as the Mosaic Trail — eighty lampposts covered in mosaics representing significant areas and people of the East Village.