1. flatbear:

    Non-denominational winter-themed ornaments! As promised :) NGL, I like these more than the Christmas ones. More ornament-y.

    Just the original group for now, because I have to get back to real work. I work hard for you, Marvel Fandom!

     
  2. itselementarymydearjoan:

    The Avengers as some of the Good Omens characters

     
  3. Fix-It: a story of some Coulson, some doughnuts, and some fixing.

    erebusodora:

     It was very wise of you to decide to return. (…) There was something inappropriate in your absence.
    - Max Frei, ‘The Volunteers of Eternity’.



    -=VOCABULARY=-

    FIX-IT (fandom term, adj.) - a descriptive epithet for a fan fiction, that fixes something in original, canon version of mentioned events. E.g., fiction can fix marriage, romantic notions, unreleased tension.
    Or even death.
    COULSON EVENT (fact) - also known as Schrödinger Coulson; the only thing in Marvel’s The Avengers you can really spoil.
    DOUGHNUT (noun, specific) - also known as ‘donut’; a type of fried dough confectionery or dessert food. Symbolizes peaceful eternity in its sweetest form. Fondly associated with better side of Jörmungandr in some religions.

    Cover | Page 1 | Page 2 | Page 3 | Page 4
    Page 5 | Page 6 | Page 7 | Page 8 | Page 9
    Page 10 | Page 11 | Page 12 | Page 13 | Credits  

    Worked on this for nearly a month, on my own, after the working hours; still, I hope my lack of time didn’t have way too much influence on the quality of the finished story… 
    Anyway.
    I feel like I need to mention my working soundtrack.
    These songs truly helped me in painting this))

    Nina Hagen, “Right On Time” [listen here]
    The National, “Mistaken For Strangers” [listen here]
    Esben and the Witch, “Marching Song” [listen here]
    Abney Park, “Evil Man” [listen here]
    Katzenjammer, “Land Of Confusion” [listen here
    Soul Coughing, “Unmarked Helicopters” [listen here
    Tom Waits, “New Coat Of Paint” [listen here]

     
  4. timelordy-teganbreann:

fassabendover:

I think what strikes me most about this is how the signatures have as much personality as their characters: Stark taking the center stage- confidently sprawled across the dead centre, Fury’s trying to edge in- the end cutting into Stark’s tail, Pott’s neat and pretty writing staying close to Stark’s, Rogers’s understated letters- including his alias to remind people who he was but not overdoing it to the point of writing “Captain America” or “/the/ Cap”, Romanoff’s classy and yet straight-standing cursives, Barton’s bold signature hooking through Romanoff’s- showmanship taking a page from Stark? (I love the arrow hehe), Thor’s runic-looking signature- the T with its hanging arm almost looking like a hammer, Loki’s sleek writing may be near the corner- but it’s large enough to still grab your attention (note that his and Thor’s are on opposite corners and his is also larger than Thor’s signature), Coulson staying conservative (why so close to Loki though sobs) - his signature looking like a cross between the two that sandwich it- a sign of adaptibility perhaps?, Hill’s elegant signature strongly stands out with style despite its relative size, and last but not least, Banner’s quiet and humble (almost and the most illegible) autograph- pretty much makes it look like he might very well be the last one to sign and attempts to fit right in by filling that space.

Perfect comment is perfect

    timelordy-teganbreann:

    fassabendover:

    I think what strikes me most about this is how the signatures have as much personality as their characters: Stark taking the center stage- confidently sprawled across the dead centre, Fury’s trying to edge in- the end cutting into Stark’s tail, Pott’s neat and pretty writing staying close to Stark’s, Rogers’s understated letters- including his alias to remind people who he was but not overdoing it to the point of writing “Captain America” or “/the/ Cap”, Romanoff’s classy and yet straight-standing cursives, Barton’s bold signature hooking through Romanoff’s- showmanship taking a page from Stark? (I love the arrow hehe), Thor’s runic-looking signature- the T with its hanging arm almost looking like a hammer, Loki’s sleek writing may be near the corner- but it’s large enough to still grab your attention (note that his and Thor’s are on opposite corners and his is also larger than Thor’s signature), Coulson staying conservative (why so close to Loki though sobs) - his signature looking like a cross between the two that sandwich it- a sign of adaptibility perhaps?, Hill’s elegant signature strongly stands out with style despite its relative size, and last but not least, Banner’s quiet and humble (almost and the most illegible) autograph- pretty much makes it look like he might very well be the last one to sign and attempts to fit right in by filling that space.

    Perfect comment is perfect

     
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    askashieldagent:

HOW EXCITED ARE WE?
SO EXCITED.

    askashieldagent:

    HOW EXCITED ARE WE?

    SO EXCITED.


     
  6. theinnerdork:

    We all know The Avengers movie trailer kicks ass, but here’s why it kicks ass.

    In 2 minutes and 30 seconds, the preview takes what we already know about the movie and gives it something most movie teasers lack: a traceable story arc.

    What we already know is that six superheroes form up…