Fandoms: Schitt's Creek
21 Apr 2021
Showing up ten years in the past should have been a bigger shock to David than it was. He knew three things about the time travelling:
1) he would be about forty-five years old,
2) he would be there for only three days, and
3) he would arrive before he and Patrick were together.
20 Dec 2019
Jack Murdock is worried. He woke up in a cell and his son is all alone at home. He doesn’t know where he is, but at least his cellmates, Ben and Peter Parker, are friendly.
Foggy Nelson is tired. He’s happy, content with his life, but he thought he was done with this stuff after Matt hung up the suit. And if he dies here, he’s not sure Matt would recover.
May Parker is angry. When the old man and little Matty were thrown in here with her, she did everything she could to shield Matt both from the scary situation and the old man’s scathing remarks.
Matt Murdock is sad. He and Foggy just got into their biggest fight yet, and after the Frank Castle trial, Matt isn’t sure Foggy would forgive him. And from the looks of this situation, Matt might not have the chance to say he’s sorry.
Peter Parker was nervous. He and Michelle had shown up in this place, and he wasn’t sure he could protect her.
Foggy Nelson was confused. He had been in his bed when he was abruptly taken to wherever this is. He wasn’t sure what they wanted with him, but the man next to him (who looks like Matt but in five years) keeps grimacing.
Eventually, they find a note tacked to the gargoyle who guards the passage to the Headmaster's office. It is in Granger's handwriting and signed by her at the bottom, and tells them that, the danger being over and the initial aftermath winding down, she feels that the three of them need some time alone to recuperate and will reappear exactly three days from that day, at four o'clock.
Bookmarked by YellowRosesAndDragons
13 Nov 2020
Fandoms: Detroit: Become Human (Video Game), The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Marvel Cinematic Universe
27 Jun 2020
Connor isn't where he supposed to be. Out of both time and place. He's now stuck in a time with no androids other than himself. And he has a sneaking suspicion that this might not even be in his universe. However, that mystery can be solved at another time.
Right now, he has to go home and not get discovered by the humans. And absolutely do not get attached to the resident Hank, who is apparently his employer, Tony Stark, with alcoholism and tragic backstories abound.
Too bad that he's going to get attached anyways.
19 Apr 2020
The first time Clint meets Daredevil, he’s led on his back on the roof of an apartment building in Hell’s Kitchen, bleeding from several places.
Clint’s bleeding, that is.
The first time Hawkeye met Daredevil was in the middle of an Avengers thing – him and Buck were tracking the manufacturing of the latest idiot’s attempt at anti-enhancement weaponry, it led them through the Kitchen, DD is a control freak and had to supervise. He didn’t say much.
Technically, right now Clint is also Hawkeye. He’s wearing the fancy vest, bow resting on his thigh, definitely would’ve have got shot without those things. But he never feels much like Hawkeye when he’s flitting round the city with no backup and no real plan. Hawkeye doesn’t pass out on rooftops ‘cause he forgot his goddamn phone and can’t call anyone. Kids have Hawkeye action figures.
So, yeah, he’s in Hell’s Kitchen, and he did, a little bit, bring some idiots with guns into Hell’s Kitchen, but he also maybe has a concussion, so it’s still a surprise when a guy wearing horns pops into his vision.
- Part 1 of knife club
Fandoms: Daredevil (TV), Jessica Jones (TV), Spider-Man (Tom Holland Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe
02 May 2021
"Yeah? What do I smell like, Murdock?" she said sharply, her tone its most challenging. "Come on, you know what it is. Just say it."
It came out all in one breath. He'd been trying to ignore it, trying to breathe past it the whole time, telling himself that couldn't possibly be what that sickly sweet smell was. "Dead bodies."
AKA Devil-Dad and Super-Mom: the Sequel!
- Part 2 of born of hell('s kitchen)
Fandom: Iron Man (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man (Tom Holland Movies), The Avengers (Marvel Movies)
07 Nov 2020
“I can’t do the equation unless I have all the variables.” Tony Stark, The Avengers
Tony Stark had it all planned out – live a full life of booze and sex, filled with the best parties and the fastest cars money can buy. The equation was simple, especially for a genius. However, a variable he didn’t count with messed up his careful calculation.
He certainly didn’t count on knocking up his PA, it was too cliché to even consider – it happened though thanks to an alcohol-induced night and the addition of Peter Benjamin Potts to his life changed everything. A bright and cute little kid and the beautifully stubborn mother of his child were variables he did not have when he did the equation. However, the result of the situation might be better than the original solution.
/or: a series of drabbles, one-shots and multi-chapters set in a universe where Peter is the son of Tony Stark and Pepper Potts/