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anonymous asked:

Imagine Steve being a huge fan of Teddy Roosevelt as a kid, since Teddy used to be sickly like Steve often was as a kid and looks up to him

This is sort of related to this fill from ages ago.


“Oh my god, you did not write a love letter to Roosevelt.  You giant, giant nerd.”

Apparently, Bucky had given Steve’s autobiography another go-around. It looked to Steve like he’d made it almost halfway this time without tossing it through a window.  

“What? No, I – you know how much I admire him.”

Bucky shook the paperback in Steve’s direction in what could only be described as exasperation.  “This chapter might as well say Steve Roosevelt a hundred times with little hearts drawn all over the place.” 

Sam set his phone down and leaned forward.  “I mean, Steve did wrestle that bear.”

Bucky glared at Steve.  “What bear?” He asked Sam.

Sam had the good grace to look confused despite how hard he was trying –and failing- to hide a smile.  “The – it’s in that chapter.  He talks about how he had to wrestle a bear on a mission with the Commandos and how it made him feel like—“

“-Goddamnit, Rogers.”  The book shaking was upgraded from exasperated to menacing.  “No, he never wrestled a bear.  His bad attitude was struggle enough.”

Steve suspected that by now, Sam knew most of what was in the book wasn’t true, but that didn’t mean he wasn’t enjoying himself.

“That’s a shame.”  Sam continued.  “That was my favorite part.”

“To be fair,” Steve cut in, “I talk a lot about how this is all rooted in my childhood and being sick and – it’s not all bear-wrestling, Buck.”

Bucky sighed, finally sparing a glance to Sam.  “That part’s true.  He even had a little comic strip dedicated to his adventures with Teddy.”

“No. Way.”  Sam was beaming.  “What happened to it?” 

Steve shrugged.  “Kindling, I think.  Keeping warm was more important.”

“If I, uh, promised some sort of recompense…”  Sam began.

Steve laughed.  “I’d be willing to draw what I can remember.”

Sam fist-pumped.  “Yes! –Dude, honestly, I don’t know why you haven’t started a webcomic of some kind, even one that updated intermittently.”


“Here,” Sam grabbed his StarkPad, scooting over to show Steve. Bucky set aside Steve’s autobiography to lean forward too.  “I think you’ll like this.”

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I have to make a quick emotional post at everyone. Quinn, Dreaming has almost 700 followers and honestly, that’s 700 more than I ever thought I would have. I was so nervous about posting even doodles of my witches because I had made a name for myself as a fan artist, and I didn’t want to heck up the brand. I’m so glad I did though, and that so many people are interested in Quinn’s story and are so quick to interact with me on it, in reblogs and tags and messages. Thank you for following, because it’s so difficult to stay on top of a webcomic and you all really push me to keep going

anonymous asked:

yooo nika do you have any webcomic suggestions so i have something to read when i'm not crying over sixty four? xx

i absolutely do! i’m fucking voracious about webcomics, so i’ll give you some of my favorites, in both story and artwork

lackadaisy - gangster cats running an underground speakeasy in prohibition era st. louis 

unsounded - the betailed daughter of a crime lord traverses the countryside with her pet zombie on a mission to reclaim the money her cousin owes

bffcomic - the life and times of a quarterback and a nerd trying to hold their unlikely friendship together

the meek - the adventures of an inexperienced young girl sent on a quest to save the world

paranatural - a webcomic about a group of superpowered middle schoolers fighting ghosts and spirits in their weird hometown

manly guys doing manly things - shenanigans in a temp agency for overly macho video game heroes and villains

string theory - mad science in an alternate future where the cuban missile crisis went terribly wrong and America is still stuck in a cold war

romantically apocalyptic - insanity in a post apocalyptic wasteland

princess princess - short and sweet webcomic about princesses saving other princesses

ava’s demon - about a girl haunted by a demon who’s goal is to make her life as miserable as possible

the less than epic adventures of tj and amal - the morning after amal calls off his arranged marriage, comes out to his conservative parents, gets disowned, and goes on one hell of a bender, he finds himself in a pact with an unlikely friend to make a roadtrip across the country

and because i can’t help but include them, even though both webcomics have been all but discontinued/put on permanent hiatus in the middle of their run, hanna is not a boy’s name and boxer hockey were huge inspirations for me in making my own webcomic, and are both worth the read regardless

happy reading!

Starry New Year Countdown Comics and January Suggestions

As the new year approaches, so does new content! January will focus on the cosmos and beyond from the multiverse, to time travel and more! 

If you have a topic you would like to suggest that would be well suited for this month, please let me know!

In addition, Starting on December 26th, I will start a Starry New Year Countdown! Each day I will reblog the top best comics of 2015 until new years eve where a new bonus comic will be posted on that day! 

Have a starry day!

chalkdustmemory  asked:

Top 6 webcomics

Nnnnnnnngh this is really difficult. Top six in terms of art, in terms of story, that make me laugh…What do you want from me, blood?!


Something Positive by R.K. Milholland choochoobear - Often acerbic, sometimes sweet, occasionally terrifying, and always clever, Something Positive got me through high school in the Deep South and is the webcomic I’ve been reading longest. Absolutely phenomenal, plus occasionally you get the bonus of seeing Randy’s awesome watercolors. “The Last Trick or Treaters” series kills me, no pun intended.

Girls with Slingshots by Danielle Corsetto - Equally good at one-off jokes and longer storylines, Girls With Slingshots is one of those works of fiction that make you feel like hey, these are people I know! It’s funny, charming, the art is like candy, and Danielle goes out of her way to be sensitive about the representation of QUILTBAG and differently abled folks. Also dick jokes and ghost kittens, because those things are great.

Gunnerkrigg Court by Tom Siddell - A great blend of fantasy, mythology, and science fiction, Gunnerkrigg is the story of the uneasy detente between the science-oriented Court and the denizens of the wild and magical Forest at its boundaries. Did I mention you get characters who grow and develop? The art is phenomenal, go check it out. 

Oglaf by Trudy Cooper and Doug Bayne (NSFW)- Yeah, you saw that coming (ha ha, orgasm joke!) Oglaf supposedly started as an attempt at porn and because sex comedy immediately. As someone who draws porn, I understand exactly how that goes. Hilarious, sometimes gross, sometimes sexy as hell. Wins the award for “best use of glittery light effects.” Probably the comic I link to most often out of context, often because lines of dialogue in the comic sound like things I would say. Did I mention I am a bad person. Sexy, though. 

Girl Genius by Phil and Kaja Foglio www.girlgeniusonline.comAdventure! Romance! MAD SCIENCE! If you’re looking for a comic chock full of female characters of all personality types and motivations, here you go. Mad geniuses- “sparks” in polite company, “mad girls/boys” to most people- rampage over the world, often to the incredible detriment of everyone else. To tell you anything else would spoil you. 

Love Me Nice by Amanda Lafrenais littlefroggies - Amanda Lafrenais has an amazing sense of heft and line (also tones oh my god) and her story set in a world where toons and humans live and interact is by turns heartwarming and heartbreaking. Think Who Framed Roger Rabbit with more interpersonal drama, real-world issues, and gravitas. 


Platinum Black by Kelly Turnbull coelasquid - Kelly also does the incredibly funny and on-point comic Manly Guys Doing Manly Things ( ) , and fans of her work have been excited for Platinum Black for a long long time. Holy shit I cannot even begin to describe the concept because it is so cool and I will not do it justice. GO GO GO

Templar, AZ by Spike Trotman spikedrewthisTemplar, AZ is one of if not the most interesting alternate history work I’ve ever seen and Spike’s organic lines, use of large swaths of black, and dynamic figures knock my damn socks off. She’s also the mastermind behind the rejuvenation of Smut Peddler and the amazing new horror anthology The Sleep of Reason, and her guides to Kickstarter and living well on a budget ( Poorcraft ) are goddamn invaluable. GO BUY SOMETHING

WHOMP! Comic by Ronnie Filyaw - Holllllly crap. Whomp! is the home of the kind of comedy that makes you laugh in an ugly way because it’s so close to home (or at least is for me!) Social anxiety, weight, general obsessiveness and other kinds of fun. Also one comic that legitimately contains my most ridiculous Deep Dark Fear. Thanks, Ronnie.