Fandom: Marvel Cinematic Universe, WandaVision (TV), X-Men (Alternate Timeline Movies), X-Men (Movieverse)
17 Apr 2021
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17 Apr 2021
Fandoms: Batman (Comics), Robin (Comics), DCU (Comics), DCU
11 Jun 2020
The Red Hood arrives in Gotham more than ready to teach the Bats a few lessons. He shakes things up, starts making his mark on the criminal underworld, then takes a break to wreak a little vengeance on his replacement—only this isn’t the Robin he came looking for? Time to do a little detective work and figure out what the hell is going on with the help of a few unlikely allies.
18 Apr 2021
“So, you just came from breaking him out,” Other Peter says, and Peter finds himself nodding his head. “Okay, it’s not too late to fix things, then. This may come as a surprise, but breaking the man who assassinated the president out of prison wasn’t exactly the smartest move we’ve ever made.”
“I’m not exactly known for my smart moves,” Peter shrugs, before the other part of Other Peter’s words catch up to him. “Wait, fix things? What happens?”
Other Peter pauses for a moment and something dark flashes across his face.
Peter is in the middle of breaking Magneto out of the Pentagon when he travels to the future and discovers the events that are set to occur in two days time. It's a race against the clock as Peter hurries to fix the timeline before those events are set in history, and Peter just has to hope that this time, he won't be too late.
16 Apr 2021
“He’s in the lobby,” the soldier said, "isn't he supposed to be too fast to see?"
A radio crackled. “Colonel Stryker? Quicksilver is here, and he looks very angry...”
He didn't even hesitate.
“Shoot to kill. Stop him at all costs.”
Peter is finally back home after six months of multiverse chaos, only for his father and the X-Men to go missing, captured by Colonel Stryker. Peter is the only one left to save them, and he's not letting anyone take his family from him. Never again.
Ft. Metallokinetic Peter Maximoff.
- Part 2 of The Magneto Effect
21 Mar 2021
If you were to make a list of the entire population of Gotham, in order of most to least likely to finally kill the Joker, a random exhausted college student wouldn’t even be on it.
Paz didn’t really think much of killing Gotham’s resident psychotic clown (he was just right there and what else was she supposed to do? She couldn’t afford to be any later to her class) but now every villain and their aunt seem to want to prove themselves better than the late Clown Prince of Crime. She just would love for everyone to stop breaking down her door because she really, really can’t afford to keep replacing it