Be noble for you are made of stars

The (possibly insane) ramblings of a wandering red head.

Sep 22

naamahdarling:

rockees:

a ferocious beast

i will reblog these everytime i see them because she is just such a precious little ball of predatory fury

(via thewalkingmapal)


Iron Man Trivia Part 1/Part 2 click on pictures to read captions with more trivia

(via ilikemymenbritish)


asuperwholockgirl:

The one episode of The Vampire Dairies I would watch

asuperwholockgirl:

The one episode of The Vampire Dairies I would watch

(via theangelinthecoat)


theironlegion:

tony stark + anger

My favorite part about Tony’s anger is that it’s actually not an explosion, it’s a forest fire. He doesn’t “lose his shit” he calculates, locks onto his target, and sets out to utterly decimate it. He’s not a hot head, not really. One should be pretty worried when he gets quiet, because that’s what his anger looks like.

(via thewalkingmapal)



anthony mackie and sebastian stan arguing over whose role was more important

  • mackie: I WAS THE FIRST GUY ON THE SCREEN AND I HAD THE FINAL LINE
  • sebastian: WELL IF YOU COUNT THE AFTER AFTER CREDITS SCENE I WAS THE LAST GUY ON THE SCREEN
  • mackie: DUDE YOU HAD LIKE 2 LINES IN THE ENTIRE MOVIE
  • sebastian: OH I’M SORRY ARE YOU REFERRING TO THE MOVIE THAT WAS NAMED AFTER MY GODDAMN CHARACTER

qualities of a hero

(via crowley-king-of-ass)


Sep 21
darthstitch:

The embarrassing thing is that everybody except Bucky did not realize that Steve was now able to turn into a kitten at will for weeks.
The SHIELD witch just giggled at everyone and then said, kindly, “I think you all better ask your Captain why he feels like going cat sometimes.”
They all did think about it. 
Eventually, they realized they didn’t have to ask.
So each and every one of the Avengers pretty much let Steve have his space and Clint’s ridiculous hat for hiding under (it was an EXCELLENT place to hide, okay?).  Also, they didn’t laugh at him when he, in kitten form, took charge of Bucky’s leftover milk from his breakfast cereal. 
Both Kitten Cap and his team were both surprised to find out that getting cuddles and scritches were definitely appreciated.  So it became a Thing.  He still gave the most pathetic, embarrassed meows if any of the ladies of the team cuddled him a little too close but comported himself like a gentleman anyway. 
Steve stayed a cat until he felt like turning back into a human again and the only one who could actually order him back into his usual form was, of course, his beloved sergeant. 
"As cute as you are in this form, there’s just one problem," Bucky had said, scritching the Kitty-Cap puddle on his chest. 
"Meow?"
"I can’t kiss you stupid while you’re like that.  So go change back.  Chop chop!"
So of course, Bucky eventually gets a lap full of human Steve Rogers and he’s quietly thankful that his version of the super soldier serum lets him bear all that weight the same way he would’ve if he had been able to cuddle Steve when he was still tiny and not a cat.  And of course, Bucky gets to bury his nose in dandelion fluff hair, pressing kisses to Steve’s temple, the curve of his cheek, before indulging in that sweet, red mouth. 
The truth was that both of them were pretty broken and there were days when it was Steve picking up Bucky’s pieces off the floor and days when it was Bucky’s turn to do the same for Steve.   There really isn’t a magic spell to make everything right for both of them.
But loving… well, loving did go a long way into making things better. 
"All good?" he purrs against Steve’s lips. 
"I don’t know," Steve purrs back, nibbling at his bottom lip.  "You promised to kiss me stupid.  I’m waiting, sergeant."
Bucky laughs and makes good on his promise. 
- end -
Note:   This was because someone asked me if Steve can now change into cat form at will.  Does this answer your question?
(First it was Thorin Oakenshield and now Steve Rogers.  There is a method to my madness, I SWEAR.)

darthstitch:

The embarrassing thing is that everybody except Bucky did not realize that Steve was now able to turn into a kitten at will for weeks.

The SHIELD witch just giggled at everyone and then said, kindly, “I think you all better ask your Captain why he feels like going cat sometimes.”

They all did think about it. 

Eventually, they realized they didn’t have to ask.

So each and every one of the Avengers pretty much let Steve have his space and Clint’s ridiculous hat for hiding under (it was an EXCELLENT place to hide, okay?).  Also, they didn’t laugh at him when he, in kitten form, took charge of Bucky’s leftover milk from his breakfast cereal. 

Both Kitten Cap and his team were both surprised to find out that getting cuddles and scritches were definitely appreciated.  So it became a Thing.  He still gave the most pathetic, embarrassed meows if any of the ladies of the team cuddled him a little too close but comported himself like a gentleman anyway. 

Steve stayed a cat until he felt like turning back into a human again and the only one who could actually order him back into his usual form was, of course, his beloved sergeant. 

"As cute as you are in this form, there’s just one problem," Bucky had said, scritching the Kitty-Cap puddle on his chest. 

"Meow?"

"I can’t kiss you stupid while you’re like that.  So go change back.  Chop chop!"

So of course, Bucky eventually gets a lap full of human Steve Rogers and he’s quietly thankful that his version of the super soldier serum lets him bear all that weight the same way he would’ve if he had been able to cuddle Steve when he was still tiny and not a cat.  And of course, Bucky gets to bury his nose in dandelion fluff hair, pressing kisses to Steve’s temple, the curve of his cheek, before indulging in that sweet, red mouth. 

The truth was that both of them were pretty broken and there were days when it was Steve picking up Bucky’s pieces off the floor and days when it was Bucky’s turn to do the same for Steve.   There really isn’t a magic spell to make everything right for both of them.

But loving… well, loving did go a long way into making things better

"All good?" he purrs against Steve’s lips. 

"I don’t know," Steve purrs back, nibbling at his bottom lip.  "You promised to kiss me stupid.  I’m waiting, sergeant."

Bucky laughs and makes good on his promise. 

- end -

Note:   This was because someone asked me if Steve can now change into cat form at will.  Does this answer your question?

(First it was Thorin Oakenshield and now Steve Rogers.  There is a method to my madness, I SWEAR.)


darthstitch:

Retraining
There were a number of things that SHIELD Director Nicholas J. Fury thought would happen after Captain Steve Rogers opted to sign up for retraining. 
He just didn’t quite expect this.
It had been obvious to anyone with eyes - and Fury could see a lot even with his one good eye - that Rogers was depressed, resistant to all the massive changes and culture shock that had happened in what would be an eyeblink for him, considering.  He was walking wounded but it looked like after the Battle of New York, Captain Rogers had found his purpose again.  Or a semblance of it.  Either way, Fury could at least be slightly less worried about having a potentially suicidal Super Soldier on his hands.
He really needed to have a talk with Romanoff on that.  Soon. 
Cap wasn’t entirely brainless either.  Rogers knew he had a lot to catch up on and frankly speaking, keeping up with Tony Stark’s constant babble of pop culture references was really the least of the knowledge he needed.  New military tactics, strategies, weapons and practices were definitely on top of Things Captain America Needed to Know.
But Fury was still expecting that resistance, maybe getting reports of him being stubborn as hell, insisting on “old school tricks.”  Hell, he was already steeling himself for the various lectures and discussions he was probably going to have with Cap before this was over.
Except that Maria Hill came over with a thumb drive containing the latest video of Rogers’ progress.  She was smirking.
"Agent Hill," Fury drawled.  "Is there any particular reason why you felt you had to deliver this to me personally, instead of just sending it on to my email?" 
"Some things are worth giving a personal touch.  Sir." 
Which meant Something had happened. 
"Should I grab some popcorn and beer while I’m at it?"
"You might want that, yes, sir." 
Huh.  This Fury had to see.
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darthstitch:

Retraining

There were a number of things that SHIELD Director Nicholas J. Fury thought would happen after Captain Steve Rogers opted to sign up for retraining. 

He just didn’t quite expect this.

It had been obvious to anyone with eyes - and Fury could see a lot even with his one good eye - that Rogers was depressed, resistant to all the massive changes and culture shock that had happened in what would be an eyeblink for him, considering.  He was walking wounded but it looked like after the Battle of New York, Captain Rogers had found his purpose again.  Or a semblance of it.  Either way, Fury could at least be slightly less worried about having a potentially suicidal Super Soldier on his hands.

He really needed to have a talk with Romanoff on that.  Soon.

Cap wasn’t entirely brainless either.  Rogers knew he had a lot to catch up on and frankly speaking, keeping up with Tony Stark’s constant babble of pop culture references was really the least of the knowledge he needed.  New military tactics, strategies, weapons and practices were definitely on top of Things Captain America Needed to Know.

But Fury was still expecting that resistance, maybe getting reports of him being stubborn as hell, insisting on “old school tricks.”  Hell, he was already steeling himself for the various lectures and discussions he was probably going to have with Cap before this was over.

Except that Maria Hill came over with a thumb drive containing the latest video of Rogers’ progress.  She was smirking.

"Agent Hill," Fury drawled.  "Is there any particular reason why you felt you had to deliver this to me personally, instead of just sending it on to my email?" 

"Some things are worth giving a personal touch.  Sir." 

Which meant Something had happened. 

"Should I grab some popcorn and beer while I’m at it?"

"You might want that, yes, sir." 

Huh.  This Fury had to see.

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stereowire:

i have time to draw againnnnnn now i just have to remember how

dialogue shamelessly stolen from captain america #603. here's the non-separated version

(via sebstantialcrisis)


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