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Glamorous - Captain America (Steve/Bucky) (by trelkez)


YOU DESERVE NOTHING BUT ALL THE FINER THINGS

I GOT ENOUGH MONEY IN THE BANK FOR THE TWO OF US

THIS VID IS AMAZING.

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therothwoman:

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polyjuiced:

Captain America: The Winter Soldier Trailer

FUCK YES!

Oh my god this looks SO BADASS.

Falcon!

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Well at least they got one right

That’s cuz they purposely based Ultimate-verse Fury ON Samuel L. Jackson. 

Oh, I love Ruffalo, but I am feeling regret over not having Steve Buscemi…

In the same comic, this panel happens:

sashaforthewin:

laughingdaredevil:

mr-phishbowl:

Well at least they got one right

That’s cuz they purposely based Ultimate-verse Fury ON Samuel L. Jackson. 

Oh, I love Ruffalo, but I am feeling regret over not having Steve Buscemi…

In the same comic, this panel happens:

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Marvel’s House of M | What if you woke up one day in a completely different reality, with no memory of who you previously were?

In a blink of an eye, our beloved heroes suddenly become ordinary citizens in a world that is vastly different from their own.

Steve Rogers has no memory of serving in WWII, nor of losing Bucky Barnes.

Tony Stark did not end up with a hole in his chest, the Iron Man suit was never invented, and Stark Industries is the leading manufacturer of boxing robots for a sport called Robo Death Match, a sport where robots fight in boxing tournaments instead of humans.

Meanwhile, Clint Barton and Natasha Romanoff are married with two children of their own, living ordinary lives on a farm in upstate New York.

Bruce Banner is married to Betty Ross and he is an accomplished  specialist in a prominent hospital.

Only two people in this reality still retain their memories: Erik Lehnsherr, otherwise known as Magneto, and his son, Pietro Maximoff. Pietro thinks he can return things to the way they were, but first he’ll have to convince the Avengers that this reality isn’t real and persuade them to help him get past his father to the person responsible for this reality warp: his twin sister, Wanda.

[featuring Charles Dance as Erik Lehnsherr, Tom Wlaschiha as Pietro Maximoff, and Lara Pulver as Wanda Maximoff]

Everything could use a little more Charles Dance.

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geekpinata:

Kevin Wada continues to amaze with his X-fashion art series.

SHUT UPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP

Oof I love these.

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Steve Rogers and Brienne of Tarth keep reminding me of each other.  

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Where my comprehension falters is long range abilities that seem to directly affect the environment. Take Erik’s control over metal. Clearly, his true mutation isn’t limited to just shaping metal but in fact allows him to perceive and manipulate electromagnetic fields. Without which Erik hasn’t the means to work metal from a distance. However, if this is the case, why doesn’t Erik’s mutation extend to, say, the electromagnetic spectrum? I mean, why can’t Erik turn invisible by bending light around his body? Or, if that’s too ambitious, why can’t he sense the transmissions, probably radio, made by the type of giant dishes he uses for practicing his kinetic skills?
It can’t even be argued that Erik’s mutation only touches magnetic fields, IMO, because magnetism is intrinsically connected to electricity. How can Erik twist magnetic fields to his will without shifting the electric charges that produce these fields, in turn generating electricity, which is simply the movement of said charges? Why no lightning bolts, Erik?
Actually, Erik should (theoretically) be able to mess around on the atomic scale given that the electromagnetic force keeps electrons in place around the nucleus and is thus indirectly responsible for any substance’s chemical properties. The possibilities here are endless!
The explanation I’m left with is that, while Erik has the potential to do a much greater variety of truly awesome stuff with his gift, he hasn’t realized it yet or undertaken the no doubt arduous training of these latent talents. I imagine his comics counterpart can do better in this respect…? Though I think Erik’s mutation kind of makes him ridiculously powerful. Obviously the downside of granting one man control of one of the universe’s four fundamental forces, lol. (What about the other three? Are there Marvel mutants who manipulate gravity or the strong and weak interactions?)

lj user zincpiccalilli, analyzing mutant abilities in the marvel universe.

I hadn’t even thought about the intersection of Maxwell’s equations with Erik’s abilities.  Although his mutation is very hazily described everywhere.  He masters magnetism, but why can he control lead?  Is it because he does, like the above article explores, actually control electron movement, not magnetic fields? Or does he induce magnetic fields?    

Nerdgasm ahoy.

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