mrpeteparker:

I’m warning you, I am a lethal killing machine. It was a secret government experiment. They did stuff to me. Spooky stuff… Anal stuff. It turned me into a dangerous telekinetic. As the ancient Tibetan Philosophy states “Don’t start none, won’t be none!”

Chris Evans as Cpt. Jake Jensen in The Losers (2010)

(Source: sgtbarness)

towritecomicsonherarms:

The Losers #3 and The Losers film

I love how spot on this scene was.

Also

Chris Evans as Jensen is up there with Ron Perlman as Hellboy and Wesley Snipes as Blade for perfect casting


"The Avengers are about giving you a chance to start over. You just have to decide what you want that start to be. You make your own choices. Create your own path. You come up with a vision of what you aspire to…and then you work to make it happen." 
— Janet van Dyne

"The Avengers are about giving you a chance to start over. You just have to decide what you want that start to be. You make your own choices. Create your own path. You come up with a vision of what you aspire to…and then you work to make it happen."

— Janet van Dyne

(Source: birdstump, via jeaniegray)

homoerotics:

This is a panel from Dark Reign: Fantastic Four #2.

In Marvel’s main continuity, on Earth Prime, Tony Stark aka Iron Man and Steve Rogers aka Captain America (BOTH DUDES—keep this in mind, this information is important) fell on opposite sides of a debate during Marvel’s CIVIL WAR event. Tony Stark was pro-registration after the Superhuman Registration Act was passed—which demanded superheroes reveal all of their personal information and give up their rights to privacy, concede to being labeled a “human weapon of mass destruction,” and undergo proper training determined by the US government—and Steve Rogers was anti-registration. There are a bunch of reasons why the both of them sided the way they did, but the whole thing was a big mess and in the end, Steve ended up dying.

On Earth 3490, Tony Stark was born a woman—Natasha Stark—and instead of the big mess and the fighting and the death with the whole civil war thing, she and Steve just got married and boned a lot.

NOW. LOOK BACK AT THAT PANEL UP THERE. Reed Richards is looking through some big machine he made or something to see where he went wrong with the Superhuman Registration Act and is looking at alternate universes to see what resulted from the same actions and determine what ended in conflict and what ended peacefully.

“THE 47TH PEACEFUL MODEL EXAMINED BENEFITED PRIMARILY FROM THE ROMANTIC INVOLVEMENT OF CAPTAIN AMERICA, STEVE ROGERS, AND THE IRON WOMAN, NATASHA STARK.”

IN SUMMARY: IF TONY STARK AND STEVE ROGERS HAD GOTTEN MARRIED AND FUCKED THE CRAP OUT OF EACH OTHER ON EARTH PRIME, THE WAR OVER SUPERHUMAN REGISTRATION WOULD NOT HAVE HAPPENED. This is canon. The relationship between them is so passionate, it saved another Earth from a civil war between superhumans because they were allowed to act on their passion. Steve/Tony is canon, in at least one universe.

I’m just saying.

(Source: basukerotics, via fuckyeahtonysteve)