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    friendly reminder that there’s a cut scene in Thor that while the Destroyer is blowing shit up, Darcy runs into the pet store to save all the animals and give them to people leaving the town

    as things are being set on fire around her, she talks to the dog, telling him I  won’t let the big scary monster step on you,  and names it Baker


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    On one hand, T’Challa!

    On the other…by the end of the film, the team will be pretty packed.


    -Iron Man








    Not to mention Rhodey’s appearance, in whatever capacity, and the hope that, however unlikely, Sam will show up.

    If you read the article, it sounds like it would be a cameo (followed by a possible Netflix series) rather than him actually joining the team, so I don’t see how that makes the movie any more “packed” than it already is

    there is zero downside to t’challa showing up

    We could solve issues of the team being packed by getting rid of garbage characters like pietro, wanda and vision

    We could solve all these “issues” with a T’challa movie

    I can see the fox news stories now

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    A post-Winter Soldier rec list



    There’s been an incredible, overwhelming glut of really great Steve/Bucky stories in the wake of Captain America: The Winter SoldierOf the ones I’ve managed to read so far, here are a few of my favorites. 

    • lost my fear of falling by wistful_joy (Gradual, gorgeous post-Winter Soldier recovery with the best ending anyone could ever have come up with. Pretty and perfectly-paced). 
    • what we find in the telling by faberga (Steve tells people about Bucky Barnes. Poignant and lovely and so beautifully written).
    • To make bright and clear your path by lanyon (Utterly gorgeous scenes from Bucky’s fragmented, but healing, mind. The best characterization in all the land.)
    • Take this pulse with you by honeypuffed (Bucky listens to Steve’s heartbeat. Spans seventy years, from pre-WWII, to post-Winter Soldier. Lovely). 
    • Bed and Breakfast by pizzacakes1234 (Bucky recovers and Steve tries to help. Desperately beautiful imagery).
    • Soft Spot for the Hell Raisin’ Boy by ifeelbetter (Bucky gives Sam tips for the care and feeding of one Steve Rogers. Funny and well-written and fun).
    • there is thunder in our hearts by beardsley (Steve and Sam take Bucky on a trip. Bucky’s re-learning himself and they’re re-learning each other. Melancholy and stunningly-written).
    • you wanted a taste of it by haipollai (Body-swap. Steve’s looking for Bucky and finds him in the most unexpected way. Painful and gorgeous with just the loveliest ending). 
    • It’s Not Home Without You by DaftPunk_DeLorean (Bucky shows up at Steve’s apartment. Perfect, soul-wrenching hurt/comfort).
    • the cold calculus of war by occamstireiron (Bucky, still very much the Winter Soldier, tries to figure out why Steve Rogers is wasting all his time on a broken asset. Gorgeous and sad). 
    • young hearts, out of our minds by junko (The post-Winter Soldier fluff we all need. Steve and Bucky being adorable dorks)

    I’d like to add contrition by JaguarCello - Bucky finds it hard to keep stable, and the team go on an espionage.

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    Bucky Barnes, Winter Soldier and rehabilitation prospects


    A marvelous post i’ve read some time ago stated that the mind wipe that was used on Winter Soldier damaged his brain cells that contained both short term and long term memory to the extend when rehabilitation is no longer possible. The only thing left for WS were flashbacks or patches of memories that somehow escaped destruction, and his own will to live and become a new person.  It was heartbreaking and plausible, until it got me thinking :

    Winter soldier program consisted of two parts : the mind wiping to create the WS personality and - the serum to physically make the subject a worthy asset.

    I am 100% sure that Bucky was already in stage 1 in this scene:


    meaning, he was already injected with a variation of “super soldier serum” - because otherwise how would he survive the fall and the loss of arm?!  He would’ve bled out in minutes.

    When KGB/Hydra turned him into the Winter Soldier, he got additional dose of serum (because he is almost equal to Steve in physicality and strength! ), and then mind-wiped. But!

    Serum not only makes the subject stronger and faster, it also enhances his healing capabilities. That is exactly why Hydra had to keep WS “on ice” or wipe him over and over again, because the longer he is out of cryo the more his body heals itself, and the more memories come back!


    That’s why Pierce orders WS to be wiped in this scene- WS had been out of sleep for too long, and started to get memories back.

    Steve’s face, of course, was a trigger that only facilitated the process.

    So, now, Pierce is gone and with him gone the mind wipe and cryo.

    Now think about it : it took Winter Soldier only couple of days to recover so much that he disobeyed his orders and didn’t kill his target. The serum that created Winter Soldier was Bucky’s curse, but it is also his cure.

    Several months from now Winter Soldier’s body will repair itself to the point when all the memories, short and long term, will come back.


    It will be painful, it will be horrifying - because Bucky will remember not only himself and that blond kid from Brooklyn, but also all the targets he killed…Will he be able to deal with guilt?

    I think, he will. He is strong enough to survive 70 years of horror and constant attempts to wipe him out of existence; he will recover and rise from ashes like a phoenix, to become a new person.

    As a side note: I’m sure he will remember everything, every mission, every target, every base and hideout he stayed in, and every single person who ordered, prepped or simply saw him when he was the Winter Soldier.

    And I have a tingling I know what he will do with that information


    Captain America-3 : the spring of reconing

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