You heard his answer, right?
(via okellyjaneo)Source: rogers-and-stark
Really, guys? I’m back for ten minutes and we’re already fighting space aliens?
If only I could make a deal with God, and get him to swap our places. (x)
Yes. I think it’s the best Civil War video I’ve ever seen.
Yes. Just yes. This video is incredible, and I keep showing it to Dani so that she drowns in a sea of feels with me.
(via ziggytheartninja)Source: jes-aq
A bromance blossoms.
#can i just point out that Natasha is not as cold as everyone always makes her out to be #she’s making jokes #she’s smirking #she’s having a proper and relaxed conversation with our good pal Steve #everyone writes her like she’s some stone expressioned block of ice and that just ISN’T HER
She is a sassy mama and I love her.
All the Widow and Cap’ loving <3
and look dude, she’s even nice enough to give the new guy a hand looking around. he gets put on a plane that’s like 10x more advanced than what he’s used to, out to a floating city basically, people are unloading shit around him and not particularly paying any attention to him and he’s got no idea what to do and look, here comes Black Widow to save the day! She gives him a little compliment, moves him out of the way, gives him valuable information (he prob doesn’t know just how valuable he is to SHIELD and that’s some damn valuable info), gives him a way to remember the people he’ll be working with — I mean really, just how considerate.Source: the-strangest-love
SUPERHERO SAM WANTS YOU FOR HIS SUPER TEAM!
He doesn’t know it yet, but he’s our hero.
Sam is six years old. He loves turtles, frogs, and comic books, hates mint and popsicles, and he has acute myeloid leukemia.
Cancer is a horrible thing for anyone, but especially so for a story-loving kid like Sam. He has a close-knit family and extended network of friends helping him through the emotional exhaustion and physical pain that comes along with cancer and it’s treatment, but being six, his grasp of the extended community rallying around him is a loose one.
That’s why his mother started Superheroes for Sam: A Photo Project. She wants all of us to send Sam pictures of ourselves in superhero t-shirts to show him undisputed proof of the huge online community wishing him strength.
Of course we had to contribute.
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Help us show Sam how many people are on his team. He needs to feel the love of the geeky community. We need to show him that he can be as strong as Superman, as resilient as Batman and as brilliant as Professor X.
Here’s what you have to do:
Take a photograph of yourself wearing your favorite superhero shirt, holding up your favorite action figure or comic, doing your best Stan Lee hero pose, or just smiling.Print out the picture. Put it in an envelope and mail it to Sam, here:
Sam Sommer, E571
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
P.O. Box 1997
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201-1997
Sam’s mom will hang our pictures on his wall, and we’ll all become a part of team Superhero Sam.
Let’s do this.