Lady, you are great. When I first got into the fandom business you backed me up. You were friendly when I was unsure of myself. You've always been so kind. I know you sometimes feel down, but you shouldn't! You have so much going for you. Feel the love!
my New Year’s resolution will be a quel for self-confidence, I swear!
you girl, have a great bright personality, you're funny, you're talented as fuck, you make me accept my kinks XD, you're beautiful, you're making me smile when I'm down, you are a perfect human being<3 ilu<3
asdfghjkl you know you’re my soul sister, woman~ I’m so glad we got to know each other, you can’t even guess how much~
You. -You.- :'> You are incredible. You are an amazing artist, a beautiful woman, and a fantastic force to be reckoned with. I may just be a little derp who follows you, but I want you to know that I have genuine admiration, not just for what you do, but for who you are. Your posts bring a smile to my face, and I'm grateful for the opportunity to get to know you a bit through your blog. Thank you for being this lovely person.
Inspired by this lovely post. Bruce/Clint; nc-17; 2000~ words. Also I just realized we don’t have a ship name, and even though I hate ships names I think this should be fixed.
We can have either Brint or Cluce. I personally prefer Cluce.
Bruce never considered falling in love after Betty, never even considered the remote possibility of there being someone else that would accept him and the Hulk. This was a good thing, because the larger the distance between Bruce and love, the safer were things for everyone around.
He was too dangerous, too complicated to be with anyone else. Bruce was walking, talking time-bomb waiting to explode at any time of any day. He could destroy whole cities, create true havoc on Earth and make Fury regret the day he invited Bruce to be part of the Avengers initiative with his life.
So yeah, Bruce didn’t want to fall in love no matter what. He wanted to be alone and be left to his own devises, be hidden on a dark corner where nobody could get hurt by him. Problem is, life, or more precisely love, doesn’t really work that way. Love is too complicated in Bruce’s opinion; it can strike you whenever it wants to and leave your life hanging upside down. It can create a feeling of emptiness in your chest, a desperate chill running through your body whenever you’re alone, make you wish and dream of things that can never happen.
When did you get so awesome? And how? Was it progressive or did you suddenly just wake up one day on a pile of amazingness?
asdfghjkl what are you saying nonnie? awesome doesn’t apply to me xD if we are talking about personality I was born this way, kinks too, if we’re talking about art I never stopped practicing since I was 12 to now that I am 23, so I’d say it’s been progressive
I shouldn’t but I can’t help it and I don’t seem to be able to cheer myself up.
it’s a stupid thing but it sadden me so much… until not even an hour ago I was the happiest person ever and now the same thing is making me feel so depressed I’m about to cry.
really, fuck you Whedon. for real.
Uuuh, false? Sounds to me he’ll be close to his Ultimates version, like all the characters.
I mean except for the part where his wife and kids were murdered and he went berserk and murdered a grip of people. And ripped off his fingernails to kill more.
So that’s cool.
if you, like me, had been reading only Marvel 616 since year 1999, I bet you would not give a shit about them using the Ultimates characterization, because that characterization is NOT your Clint Barton.
that’s my point: I don’t like Ultimates, I will never like Ultimates, and when with the other characters the changes weren’t so radical (I can see MY Tony Stark, and Steve Rogers, and Thor, in the movie version), with Clint they completely changed his character.
616’s Clint is a guy that, despite being hotblooded and not really inclined to think before doing things, is definitely good to the bone, a silly idealist that is ready to throw himself away to show that he’s got what it takes, that never gives up and tried always to find some bittersweet positive side in everything. he is loud, and likes being surrounded by people because he is terrified to be left alone in the end. he is a guy that get attached too easily and because of that he always get hurt.
that’s the Clint I would have loved to see, and it will be not him.
so even if now I’m over the initial disappointment and I’m ready to see what Whedon did and judge just after seeing the movie, it doesn’t change that them following the Ultimates characterization IS the very reason why I’m pissed.
About the only thing that interests me in the whole Clint/Bruce pairing is that it’s essentially a threesome with a huge power and control dynamic. The idea I had didn’t fitting into the series I’m writing, so this became a one-shot.
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The Avengers|Clint Barton/Bruce Banner/Hulk|NC-17|~1000