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01 May 2019
Rumlow knocks his shoulder good-naturedly. “Hail HYDRA.”
“Thanks,” Steve says automatically, “you too.”
Hearing “Bucky’s still alive” in his own voice might have been a little unexpected, sure. But Steve’s definitely not prepared for the entirety of STRIKE to suddenly and inexplicably think he’s a secret Nazi. (He’s not prepared to learn there are secret Nazis either, for the record.)
01 May 2019
"What are you doing here, Steve?" Peggy asks.
"I'm," Steve says. "Living."
Peggy smiles. But it's a smile he recognizes, a smile that means she's guessed at the truth and she's guessed right. "No," she says, "you're not."
01 Mar 2019
“The King?” Natasha’s eyes don’t widen, but they shift minutely. Bucky knows he’s struck gold.
“Yes,” he says, making up his mind. “I wish to bed your King.”
Inspired by the music video for Miracle by Caravan Palace.
24 Aug 2018
“This guy’s a pushover,” Clint groans. “Cap and Winter could double team him, no problem.”
“Please never say that again,” Bucky says.
“He’s got magic,” Steve says tiredly. “And that means anything can happen. We have to be prepared.”
02 May 2018
James, the golden voice says. We can’t tell you where you are. But we can tell you that you’re dead.
Fuck his entire life. Except he doesn’t have a life to fuck anymore, apparently. So he can’t really do himself any harm by back-talking the Infinity Stones, can he?
“No shit,” he says.
or: Finding the infinity stones and restoring half the universe is the boring part. The fun part comes next.
All my stuff for Night at the Museum. There's no overlying story arc, so the order you read them doesn't really matter (but they are ordered consecutively, time-wise.) There aren't any plans for the future of this series so it will probably be indefinitely labeled as "incomplete." ALSO I am a terrible, terrible history student, so there might be a few historical inaccuracies. Sorry about that. Happy reading!