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(a.k.a. Jamie) is a student/writer/geek/librarian who spends far too much time geeking out on the internet and not enough time actually writing.

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Avengers vs. X-Men #8

Avengers vs. X-Men #7


Captain America Vol. 4, No. 13 | Written by Chuck Austen | Art by Jae Lee

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This may be the cutest thing I have ever drawn

For Peggy

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This is still the best thing ever.

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New Avengers headshots!

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Steve: Hop on.
Tony: There’s got to be another horse running around somewhere.
Steve: Hop on! Let’s go.
Tony: Any excuse to get me to hold you.
Steve: You see right through me.
Tony: Where’s Thor?
Steve: Don’t know exactly. I’m following the lightning.

— From Avengers Prime #3 by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Alan Davis

Tony really does spend this entire min-series flirting with Steve. And it’s about right here that Steve starts flirting back.

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Tony: Every time I’ve had to rebuild this armor, I’ve always made it better every time. Wait till you see my new stuff.
Steve: We’ll see.
Tony: We’ll see what?
Steve: I’m not convinced letting you keep that armor is in the best interests of the country, Iron Man. I haven’t made up my mind.
Tony: Oh really?
Steve: You knew this conversation was coming.
Tony: Did I?
Steve: We’ll talk about it at the appropriate time.
Tony:. Well, Captain Rogers, or whatever the hell we’re supposed to call you now that you’re the new Nick Fury…
Steve: Don’t get on your high—
Tony: I’ll tell you something I promise is true.
Steve: I knew you’d be like this—
Tony:. There will never be an appropriate time to tell me that I can’t have what is rightfully mine.
Steve: Well, look who’s all for civil rights all of a sudden.
Tony: That has nothing to do with anything—
Steve: Fine.
Tony: So what you’re saying is these inalienable rights that you were willing to die for — freedom of power and all that… all of that goes out the window now that you’re in charge!
Steve: I’m saying that it was you who put this entire country in danger when you let a maniac like Norman Osborne have the keys to your armory Tony: I did what? I let him—?
Maria Hill:. Uh-oh.
Steve: We’re lucky he didn’t nuke the planet, Tony. That could have happened.
Tony: I let him do what?
Steve:. By trying — listen — by trying to get the American taxpayers to foot the bill for your toy box you led the country down a path that led to Norman Osborne getting his hands on it.
Tony: That is a massive over-simplification—
Steve: That is exactly what happened.
Tony: I was working for the government — our government at the—
Steve: You allowed this— all of this—
Thor: If you two are here on my behalf… please feel free to take your leave.

— From Avengers Prime #1 by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Alan Davis

I love that Thor can completely shut their entire fight down with one sentence.

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Why I love Spider-Man.

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“Let’s go steal the Declaration of Independence.” ( x )

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I couldn’t think of a valentines day card. Ahaha.

“Why? Because it’s property damage Tony D:”

“Don’t worry Steve! I am rich!”

Boundaries, man!

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