THERE WAS A GLITCH ON MY PHONE WHEN I SCROLLED DOWN THIS POST AND IM SHITTING
rob liefeld’s final form
This is the new uniform Chris Evans hinted at recently. Fact.
i love when people are passionate about a certain character, like really passionate about them bc then i start associating them with that character and then the character reminds me of them and i’ll just be looking through my dash and then suddenly i’ll think about them
We have a new target, Marine. Form on me. We’re going to war.
Frank Castle + Rachel Cole-Alves
In the late sixties, Iron Man, Thor, and Giant Man took leave from the Avengers for a while, appointing Captain America as leader of the team. A team composed of Wanda and Pietro, who are seriously codependent, and Hawkeye, very newly converted from crook to hero.
It went less than optimally for Steve. Though it’s fairly obvious, even at this stage, that Hawkeye is just waiting for Dad to take him over his knee and —
Yeah. You’re totally not boycrushing on Steve at all, Hawkeye. Not even a little. Stop trying to top Captain America from the bottom, it doesn’t work that well for you.
They eventually work out their differences, if you want to call it that. Or you could do like the comics did, and call it…
They still had their ups and downs, like the time Cap quit the Avengers and Hawkeye had a personal crisis about it:
But they remained friends. At one point, as earlier documented, he put on a masked mask OVER HIS MASK so that Cap, having a crisis of self-confidence, could kick his ass and prove to himself he’s still the best.
AND when a bunch of evil nuns (I KNOW, COMIC BOOKS) turned Steve old…
…Hawkeye rushed back from LA, where he’d just founded the West Coast Avengers, to see him.
Captain America: Clint Barton’s first Sir.
[Images: Avengers #26, 1966; Avengers #28, 1966; Avengers #43, 1967; Avengers #48, 1968; Captain America #299, 1984; Captain America #301, 1984.]
When Cap speaks to him as a fellow service-person, when Captain America addresses him as a Marine?
Punisher War Zone #5
Greg Rucka + Carmine Di Giandomenico
This is Robert Downey Jr, in a film from 1985.
Check out the graffiti.
Yup. Robert Downey Jr is clearly Jesus.
The above will make perfect sense by the time we’re done here.
So, let’s talk about the time Ultron turned Tony into a woman. Totally canon, happened in 2007.
The OTP that Hopefully Happens - #1 of 2
Clint Barton & Natasha Romanoff from Marvel’s Cinematic Universe & Avengers Assemble