The room had gone silent all eyes on Tony. Suddenly the blood in his ears stopped sounding like a drum, rolling his shoulders back and meeting the councils gaze. Knowing the lie that was about to come out of his mouth was going to haunt him for the foreseeable future. But Ross couldn’t know who Spiderman was.
“He is my son. Peter Parker is my son”
A twist on the fake dating trope, Peter and Tony have to pretend to be father and son to keep Peter's secret identity safe from Ross.
Fandom: Iron Man (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man (Tom Holland Movies), Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), The Avengers (Marvel Movies)
06 Aug 2019
Unrelated time travel stories centered around Tony Stark, Peter Parker, and Morgan Stark.
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Spider-Man (Tom Holland Movies)
05 Feb 2020
Everyone assumed things started to fall apart during their Civil War, but Tony could tell dynamics were off way before then. It started after Ultron. Tony was trying to hold onto the pieces just as much as everyone else, but maybe the team didn't want to as much as they thought they did. Tony just hoped that Steve and everyone else would get over Ultron.
Then Tony found out about a certain Winter Soldier and December of 1991. Tony wasn't irrational. He'd give Steve a chance to confess, but there were a lot more things wrong with their team than secrets. It was time for Tony to realize that.
24 Jan 2020
"I am… inevitable."
"And I am..." There is a wry twist to Tony's lips. Somehow, he always knew it was going to come down to this. From the moment he first announced to the press that he himself was Iron Man, Tony knew that it was always going to end in some version of this. But there is still utter conviction in his voice as he continues emphatically, "Iron Man."
He snaps his fingers.
And it changes the very fabric of the universe.
(A time travel fix-it. Just because.)
18 Jan 2014
The Stark name was relatively small when Howard was alive; sure, they were known, but it was Tony who built up their empire.
People tend to forget that, and he likes it that way.
Too bad the Avengers didn't think about that when they sat down to a game of Monopoly.