A quick sketch for a friend.
"This isn’t a legitimate classification system," said Steve angrily, throwing the book onto the couch next to Clint. "This is bullshit. They’re children, for cripe’s sake.”
Clint’s eyebrows rose to comical levels.
"You can’t just isolate different children or—or— or try to predetermine their characters at age eleven," Steve said, thoroughly angry. "And you certainly can’t condemn an entire fourth of your school’s population to a villainy house, what the hell is that?”
He started to pace.
"As if people never change! As if there’s no moral or ethical growth after age eleven!”
Bucky reached over Clint and picked up the book. Clint gave him a look and he shrugged.
"Hell, if it makes Steve this angry, I gotta check it out," he explained.
"This isn’t a basis for education!" Bucky shouted. "Where are the art classes, huh? Kids this age should have access to art classes."
"Exactly!" shouted Steve. "Maybe a little less institutionalized racism and a little more arts education, am I right?"
Clint buried his head in his hands.
Get cereal, Tony says.
Get healthy cereal, Steve says.
Pop-Tarts, Thor says.
Fuck it, this is the one Tasha likes. MOVING ON.
This is sweet.
They didn’t find him for a week.
reblogging because i headcanoned that they only found him because Tony happened to be flying that way and was like “that’s a freaking huge bird nesting in th- WHAT THE HECK CLINT? GUYS I FOUND CLINT!”
The perfect balance of danger and charm, he was at the same time fascinating and inaccessible, distant because of his demonstrated flawlessness, and possessing such strength of character that he was dismaying and at the same time utterly attractive in an enticing and forbidden way.
Except for the threat of rape that he made on the Black Widow, where Loki stated that he would use Hawkeye to do the terrible deed. I find writers in TV and movies are using rape too much in the narrative. It’s lazy and bad writing. We already knew that Loki was bad news and essentially the villain of the story. Joss Whedon didn’t need to add an extra layer. Plus, I found it went against Loki’s character development, because he grew up with a strong female role model, Frigga, his mother, and she wouldn’t stand for any of that misogynistic BS from any of her sons. That interrogation scene in the Avengers movie really soured the film for me.
#he missed on purpose and you will never take that headcanon away from me #he’s strong as hell #stronger than anyone knows #and he can fight people controlling him #maybe he couldn’t take away the mind control but he could shift his arm just slightly to the side and miss #he’s THE GREATEST MARKSMAN IN THE WORLD AND MARIA AND FURY WERE NOT FAR FROM HIM #HE WOULDN’T HAVE MISSED IF HE DIDN’T WANT TO
Add to that that he hits Fury solid center mass where there’s body armor and not, you know, in his head.
Barton misses on purpose. Agreed.
I’ve always thought this, and… tbh I get kinda emotional at the idea that Clint’s fighting Loki off in his head. [/fangirl moment]
so where’s the fic with
- darcy’s intern?
Clint Barton & Natasha Romanoff - two master assassins…
Professional five year olds
I asked him if I could take a picture of him and he asked, “Would you like a regular pose or the Hawkeye initiative?” I didn’t know what the second one was so I went with it just for kicks. I’m glad I did.
Bless all the Hawkeye Initiative cosplayers
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