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I’m going to be demanding that the earth, air, and water around us contain a cloud of death hundreds of miles wide. Let’s hope they don’t talk back.

Avengers Vol. 3 #70 by Geoff Johns & Olivier Coipel

I know I say all the time that these giant displays of power are empty without some deep, personal meaning behind them and that characterization should always be the primary concern, but… damn.

    Sure! Since Danny left Earth at the tender age of nine, and since there are no motor vehicles of any kind in K’un-Lun, he never learned to drive.  

Danny: “Oh, no! Luke, we didn’t have any machines in K’un-Lun. I don’t know how to drive this thing!”

[Power Man and Iron Fist vol. 1 #70 by Mary Jo Duffy, Kerry Gammill, and Ben Sean]

    However, at a certain point this skill gap becomes a major hindrance to Heroes for Hire, and so Luke gives Danny some private lessons. Credit where credit is due– Danny learns to drive in two days.   

Danny: “[…] I don’t know how to drive.”

Luke: “No sweat. I’ll give you a crash course.”

Danny: “Some other kind of course… please.”

[Power Man and Iron Fist vol. 1 #85 by Denny O’Neil, Keith Pollard, and Christie Scheele]

    Though it’s very likely that he still, after all these years, doesn’t actually have a driver’s license…

Luke: “…I wouldn’t have fallen out if that thing had seat belts, and if you weren’t flying like a maniac. Do you even have a license?”

[Power Man and Iron Fist vol. 3 #5 by David Walker, Flaviano, and John Rauch]

    Since (barring huge changes in the MCU’s K’un-Lun worldbuilding) the same situation applies to MCU Danny, we’d assume that he also wouldn’t know how to drive yet. In which case, we hope that picture is from the Power Man and Iron Fist driving lesson episode of The Defenders

anonymous asked:

im just catching up with the liveblog and it sort of looks like Kurogane is wearing sunglasses, back when they crashed into Tomoyo, before they revealed it was her (i mean i know it's just shading but i felt the urge, the need even to point it out to you)

Oh my goodness. You’re right.

Kurogane no.

Logan; 7 days

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2; 70 days

Wonder Woman; 98 days

Spider-Man: Homecoming; 133 days

Thor: Ragnarok; 252 days

Justice League; 266 days

Untitled Fox/Marvel movie; 322 days

Black Panther; 357 days

Avengers: Infinity War; 434 days

Ant-Man and the Wasp; 497 days

Aquaman; 588 days

Untitled Fox/Marvel movie; 616 days

Untitled Fox/Marvel movie; 720 days

Captain Marvel; 742 days

Shazam; 770 days

Untitled Avengers movie; 798 days

Justice League 2; 840 days

Untitled Spider-Man sequel; 860 days

Untitled DC movie; 980 days

Cyborg; 1134 days

Untitled Marvel movie; 1162 days

Untitled Marvel movie; 1232 days

Green Lantern Corps; 1246 days

Untitled Marvel movie; 1351 days

Come and Get Your Love
Redbone
Come and Get Your Love

Redbone - Come and Get Your Love

“Hey (hey) What’s the matter with your head? yeah
Hey (hey) What’s the matter with your mind and your sign?
And-a ooh-ohh
Hey (hey) Nothin’s a matter with your head, baby, find it
Come on and find it
Hell, with it, baby, ‘cause you’re fine and you’re mine
And you look so divine
Come and Get Your Love”

The Chronological Superman 1963:

To celebrate Superman’s Silver Anniversary – it HAS been 25 years, after all – Jimmy and Superman’s other pals conspire to create Silver Kryptonite in Superman ‘s Pal Jimmy Olsen vol.1 No.70. It turns out to be a hoax, just a silver shell, and an opportunity to shower Superman with some silver likenesses of his many friends. That’s nice. It’s nice to have a nice story every now and again, even if Superman spent most of it terrified and confused. 

anonymous asked:

favourite stony quotes in mcu and 616? :)

i’ll do you one better

616

  • “Be safe, Steve. Win.” – Infinity #1
  • “Any excuse to get me to hold you.” “You see right through me.” – Avengers: Prime #3
  • “You know, Shellhead… nobody’s called me “Winghead” like you just did since I left the Avengers last year! I miss it!” – Avengers, Vol. 1 #144
  • “All those things…all the things I said and did– I’m–I’m so, so sorry. I know that’s not enough, but I hope you will allow me the chance to earn your friendship back. I don’t deserve it…I just hope you let me. I’m not half as good at– at anything as I am when I’m doing it next to you. And that’s the truth.” – Avengers: Prime #5
  • “Why are you naked?” “It’s my new armor. It’s see-through.” – Avengers: Prime #3
  • “I actually think they need to go out and have an adventure together to remind them why they love each other so much.” – Brian Michael Bendis on Steve and Tony in Avengers: Prime
  • “Where is here? Is this a dream? Tell me it is, Tony, tell me you can save me.” – Captain Ameriva, Vol. 1 #437
  • “Tony Stark and his armor. His wonderful metal suit. The end result of all the technology he’s mastered in his hands the ultimate weapon for good. A good that I can never hope to equal.” – Tales of Suspense
  • “I feel like a snail or a tortoise, lumbering along in my shell, whenever I’m with Steve. So clumsy, and so safe, next to his grace and daring. I have so much, I know I shouldn’t envy Steve and his Strength And yet I do.” – Tales of Suspense
  • “Whatever the threat –– We’ll face it together.” – Avengers, Vol. 3 #1
  • “Captain America. Steve. I look at your handsome face… into your clear, azure eyes.. and, as ever, I feel the same guilty envy.” – Tales of Suspense
  • “A man’s worth isn’t measured by what he’s made of, by blood or bone. It’s what’s inside, what you believe, and how you act on those beliefs that counts. And by that yardstick –– I doubt anything could diminish you.” – Iron Man, Vol. 1 #314
  • “Tony. Tony. Tony. I didn’t think you were serious… This is Captain Handsome ordering you to rock and roll on that 45. […] That is the last time I let Tony freelance the door codes. We all said, six digit number! Just because he has trouble remembering his own birthday…” – Avengers Christmas Annual #1
  • “Good morning, beloved. Did anyone check the dumpsters for Clint yet?” – Endless Wartime
  • “Sorry, Tony… but Captain America is more important than you. Let’s hope I can keep him alive long enough… for Panther to get him out.” – Avengers, Vol. 3 #70
  • “I… Look, I’m not the crying kind, Steve. I didn’t cry at my own father’s funeral. But right then and there I realized that in this crazy business we’re in, there’s no one I’d miss more than you. And I… well… you’re an inspiration to me, Steve. To a lot of us. We may not think like you or act like you –– but we still respect and appreciate what you do and the way you do it. You’re an idealist in a world that is far from ideal. I don’t know how you can do it, Steve… How you can keep all the ugliness from getting you… hardening you… I can’t. I’m not as perfect as you… Forgive me.” – Captain America, Vol. 1 #401
  • “Tony… I’m not perfect either. I’m sometimes too quick to judge… too slow to forgive. I appreciate how much courage it took to come here –– in a bar, of all places –– and to level with me like you just did. I’m really sorry our ideological differences bent our friendship out of shape. I miss having you as my friend. I’d like us let to bygones be bygones.” – Captain America, Vol. 1 #401
  • “Mr. Stark, when I woke up in this era, I had no one. Nothing. You gave me a purpose, somewhere to belong… You gave me a home.” – Civil War: Casualties of War
  • “It wasn’t worth it.” – Civil War: The Confession
  • “And now I’ve lost you, too. Maybe… maybe there was a reason you had to be on the other side of every argument. How you could be my rudder, steering me when others couldn’t… I don’t know if I can do it without you… I certainly won’t do it as well…” – The Death of Captain America: Iron Man
  • “I miss your battle cry.” – The Death of Captain America: Iron Man 
  • “All I can think about is him.” – Avengers, Vol. 5 #43
  • “There are people that get married and they love each other and have real relationships, but then one of them cheats on the other and even though they’ve loved each other very much the schism is forever. There’s never going to be any getting over it. Some people can get past it. Some people can’t. [The memory wipe] was a betrayal that Steve was never going to get over.” – Jonathan Hickman on Avengers, Vol. 5

avengers assemble

  • “I’d hate to be on the other end of that grunt.” – S01E06, Super Adaptoid
  • “I was brave long before I was Captain America. And Tony Stark was a hero long before he was Iron Man.” – S02E07, The Age of Tony Stark
  • “You want to do some trust exercises? Fall backwards. I’ll catch you.” – S02E09, The Dark Avengers
  • “Iron or no, you’re still the man.” “Sure, I’ll go all… billionare philanthropist on their butts.” “Billionaire genius philanthropist.” – S01E26, The Final Showdown
  • “Don’t pretend you didn’t miss this.” – S02E17, The Ultron Outbreak
  • “Taking a huge risk that ends up saving the world? Tony does that five times before breakfast.” – S02E17, The Ultron Outbreak

earth’s mightiest heroes

  • “I know you believe in the future, but I believe in people. And I choose to believe in you, Iron Man.” – S02E19, Emperor Stark

marvel cinematic universe

  • “How are we guys planning on doing this?” “Together.” – Avengers: Age of Ultron
  • “You could have saved us.” – Avengers: Age of Ultron
  • “I think there’s been a very nice journey between Steve and Tony, and I feel like in “The Avengers,” we were both kids, there was [an ego struggle]. In this movie, we argue, but the dialogue is even written more just like a seasoned relationship, the way you’d see an old married couple argue as opposed to a 20-year-old couple argue. They know each other. They might press each other’s buttons, but they get past it quickly.” – Chris Evans, on Steve Rogers’ relationship with Tony Stark, AOU press tour
  • “It’s like a marriage… We love each other, but it’s explosive. You’re working toward the same goal but you have very different approaches to it.” – Chris Evans, on Steve and Tony’s relationship in Captain America: Civil War
  • “I didn’t know if you and Stark were done staring into each other’s eyes.” – Natasha Romanoff in Avengers: Age of Ultron
  • “I’ll miss you, Tony.” – Avengers: Age of Ultron
  • “You alright?” “…I’m home.”Avengers: Age of Ultron

I’ve always thought a voice might be content
to dwell inside the place it finds itself.
A voice could just belong to where it is,
to how the creek along its down-dipped stones
becomes the only song of answering
a voice might want to offer to this world.
A voice could be that faint, could find small things
like buckeye bits that fell away on moss,
or leaf-stems stitched to dust, or acorn shells.
A voice need not become a haunted thing,
intent on rectifying how it’s been
misunderstood or set aside. A voice
might find its way by being led along—
in hummed belief for being here, then gone.

Jeff Hardin, “Concerning a Small Thing,” Hudson Review (vol. 70, no 1, Spring 2017)

O people of the earth! Abandon your vain desires, and hurry towards My dignity, My company, My companionship. Feel comfortable about Me so I may give you comfort and hurry to loving you.
—  Hadith al-Qudsi, Bihar Al-Anwar, Vol. 70, pp. 26, 28