Joining The Team Pt 1 (Avengers X Reader)

Characters: Avengers X Reader

Universe: Marvel, Avengers

Warnings: Blood, Violence, torture

ANGST

Request: Can you please write an Avengers x reader fic, really angsty? Thank you x


Originally posted by wakandaentertainment

Fury had put you on the team very recently. But they had yet to actually meet you. They had never heard your voice, seen your face, or being within the same building of them. But they heard rumours.

They heard the story. The story that stuck. That story being how you came to be here. You were a product of HYDRA, almost a stray child. You were given training, but apparently it was worse than what they gave Nat. You felt no sympathy, nor empathy, no feelings. No soul. However your job was special. Your missions were to get people to confess or to spill secrets. You would kidnap them, lock them away, and then do unspeakable things to them. Days later HYDRA had information that none other than a certain missing person knew, who was found dead just days later as a mutilated corpse. They say Fury had actually found you when he found your torture room and in the midst of getting a man to confess. He had been lucky enough to shoot you to be subdued and that’s how you got here. They said that that’s why you were yet to be introduced- you were healing and fighting back.

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Clint Barton: CW #Dadfail no. 1: Or the One where The Brainwashee Adopts the Brainwasher

I have read a lot of posts recently on Clint Barton in Civil War - so I decided to make one of my own - because Clint is one of my many issues with Civil War. And look at that - I picked this post to make add photos. Isn’t he special?

Why did I do this? It’s because a part of the fandom appears to see the relationship between him and Wanda as adorable. My reaction to this: What? What are you ON?

It is apparent that at some point between the middle of Age of Ultron and the beginning of this one, he and Wanda have become very close. I have an issue with this. Because Wanda Maximoff brainwashed every single other Avenger – much like Loki did to him.

Remember this?

Yeah, me too. 

Now let’s make a comparison, shall we?

I picked Natasha for the illustration because she is Clint’s best friend, and she was right there by his side during the Avengers. And she’s the one who knocked him out of the brainwashing.

Since this post is about Clint - let’s have his part too, despite the fact that it failed:

Also throughout the course of Ultron, we go from the above post, to this:

I understood that at the time, up to a point. Clint is notorious for giving out second chances. It’s how he befriended Natasha to begin with, and it was a bad situation. Clint understands that some people come from a bad place and make bad choices. Presumably, Wanda had changed sides and was now trying to do the right thing. Like Natasha. So he’s mentoring her, fair enough. For now, let’s set aside the fact that she mind-fucked his best friend into her worst nightmares of the Red Room.

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We're Difficult (ENTJ charming capabilities)
  • (dating, beginning stage, not a relationship yet)
  • Her: I would like you to tell me some normal things, like what you find attractive about me.
  • Me: I suck at words.
  • Her: ...you just had a 20 min debate with that drunk Christian guy about the necessity of having abortion clinics...
  • Me: But that is much easier than saying lovey-dovey crap.
  • Her: Why do I even waste time here.
  • Me: Maybe because you realize your exes might have rocked the lovely name calling and compliments, but look where they are now.
  • Her: I hate you.
  • Me: That's the spirit.

“We need… to leave… soon. He – he is on his way to take the Earth – once and – once and for all. I do not… know… what he plans to do… with it.” Maxlin the Accuser

Cover art for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 4 #018

Art by Arthur Adams and Jason Keith

Birthday Girl (Avengers X Fem!Reader)

Characters: Avengers X Reader

Universe: Marvel, Avengers

Warnings: None

Request: Can you please write one where it’s the female readers birthday. She works with the Avengers but aside from that she doesn’t have any friends. She is having a bad birthday, the avengers don’t know. They find out it’s her birthday and surprise her, making it better. I know it’s lame, but kinda going through it at the moment. Thanks Hun x


Originally posted by wakandaentertainment

“Morning Y/N.” Steve greeted you that morning. You raised your head, quickly changing your demeanour and smiling.

“Morning Steve.” You greeted back.

Today was your birthday, but you had work. You didn’t want to be fussed or anything so you kept quiet about it. You had been working with the Avengers for a few years now, and you loved your job. However despite your closeness, they were your co-workers, and you didn’t want to bother them with silly little things, like dates for important days, or anything like that. However they had a calendar, which they had told you to write things on if you feel obliged to. You had snuck your birthday on there.

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CW’s Ant-Man: Or Where Dad-Fail no. 2 meets Attack on Titan

When I saw Ant-Man at the movie, I liked Scott Lang. After all, he’s a pretty likable guy. He makes mistakes, but he’s funny, and self-deprecating in the right way. He’s a thief, but he does try to do better. And he said what we’ve all been thinking for so long.

He has the cute little ants. Look at this. Adorable.

And he loves his daughter. 

Pretty fun superhero, huh? I believe Honest Trailers called it Iron Man, with ants. No wonder I liked it. I honestly don’t remember all the details of the movie, but I remember I enjoyed it.

Anyway, Scott’s character undergoes somewhat of a change in Civil War. If you’ll allow me the pun, a GIANT change.

I can understand why Scott was added to the roster of the movie. I can even understand why he was inclined to jump to help. Like in Clint’s case, I very much doubt he knew anything about the Accords mess. I expect Cap/Sam told Scott about the 5 Winter Soldiers, and said they needed his help. Which fair enough. Scott is a hero. He wants to help. And he was recruited by Captain America. Captain America! There’s a fair share of hero worship there.

But then there’s this bit.

Whoa, wait. Back up. You just got out of prison, guv. You have a daughter. Remember her?

Do you really want to abandon her again because of doing something illegal? Apparently, yes.  #Dadfail. Again.

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