let’s hear it for captain america
#sebstan’s acting choices keep me awake at night#he made bucky so fond of steve but so bitter of the world did to him#it’s almost as if bucky believes the world corrupted steve#it took away his vulnerability#made him into the hero he shouldnt be#it’s almost selfish of bucky#fuck me im done (via punkrickgrimes)
"You turned my gentle friend into a weapon and I am less than thrilled about it"
I don’t know. I mean, Bucky’s gone off to war. He’s gone from the sharp-dressed soldier trying to get Steve to enjoy a double-date to slogging through mud and getting shot at in the European theater to getting the hell tortured out of him in a super-Nazi shithole after his unit gets cut to ribbons by forces with weapons unlike anything he’s been trained to deal with.
And the entire time this is going on, so far as he knows, Steve is safe at home. Maybe he’s finally plucked up the courage to ask a girl out. Maybe he found a decent job at the shipyards or in a factory. Because it’s not like you can write your Army bro when you get accepted into the weirdo super-science Human Guinea Pig program, right? “Bucky, Finally made it into the Army, courtesy of a top-secret German scientist defector. Hope to be first of many extremely classified human weapons! Hugs and kisses, Steve.” Pretty sure they just set the letter on fire right in front of you if you try it, you know?
And then suddenly, he’s being rescued from the super-Nazi hellhole. By Steve. And he’s gone from thinking that Steve’s safe at home to Steve saving him, immediately followed by almost losing Steve as the base blows up and watching some dude tear off his fucking face while telling Steve they’re the same and realizing that Captain America the Propaganda Dude is a) actually a fucking supersoldier and b) his bff.
And this is, I think, where it’s kind of started to set in that Steve—his bro, who never backed down from a fight, who never stood by while somebody was getting kicked around, who never even thought about saying “It’s not my problem” and walking on past—now has the chops to actually assault a base full of fucking soldiers by himself and win.
Like, Bucky’s kind of looking around and realizing it’s just Steve and all the dudes who got rescued with him. It wasn’t Steve leading a charge. Steve was the charge. It doesn’t take him long to do the math about what Steve’s personality plus a nigh-unstoppable force is going to equal. And since he’s sure as hell not leaving Steve’s side now, it might very well mean there’s no going home again.
#imagine scott mccall meeting steve rogers though #maybe on a school trip to washington or something #and he expects to be all dorky and fanboyish over steve #and instead steve is all down-to-earth and friendly #and scott just finds himself asking for advice #how to be a leader #how to make the tough decisions #how to remain a good person in the face of intensely dangerous circumstances #and steve doesn’t need any help to tell him there’s more going on here than meets the eye #and he says things to scott which make him feel … not so much better #but more understanding #and more accepting of his responsibilities #and when finstock calls for scott to get his ass back with the others #steve and scott shake hands before leaving (via everythingisbetterwithbisexuals)
5x17 | 5x21 | 5x03 | 5x04
JESUS MARY AND JOSEPH THIS GIFSET IS SO BEAUTIFUL
Ginny Weasley & Tom Riddle
I thought it was really cool and kinda cute until I realized it was Ginny and Tom, then it became horrific. I love it.
This is BY FAR the best fan art I have ever seen. You don’t realise what it is until you properly look at it.
make me choose:
Chris Hemsworthor Chris Evans
↣ “I weep at everything. I just love things so much.”
in universe howling commandos hbo war documentary a la band of brothers please and thank you
(bucky and steve watch together in horror/fascination)
- Anonymous asked:do u have any more stevebucky fics to recommend??? i read the three you already said and i fucking need more ok
- Destiel is already canon: or alternately, throw out your road maps and buckle up your seatbelts, we're driving Baby in a Hermeneutic circle