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kateordie:

kevinwada:

MCU Bucky, Sam, and Steve

HeroesCon 20414 sketch

Bucky’s grin is a bit uncanny, but I never promised amazing likenesses for these.  We went the fashion route for these three, and I didn’t have too much focus on making them terribly character appropriate - I just wanted them to look goooood.

Kevin Wada draws THE hottest dudes.

Sometimes I think you like getting hit...

boopboopbi:

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Soooo. Bucky arrived on the scene pretty quickly, swooping in to save the day with the casual sort of pragmatism that comes from having done so many, many a time. Now, the movie hasn’t even started yet, Steve’s supposed to be inside and NOT getting in fights, but Bucky’s clearly not surprised to a: find him in an alley and b: getting his ass kicked, which suggests he’s either made it a habit to check all side alleys for Steve on principle…or, my new favorite head canon…

Steve has no idea how well liked he is. Not a damn clue. It would be funny if his lack of self worth wasn’t so depressing, but everyone likes Steve. The cook who works the late shift at the bar, the old lady upstairs who helps Steve with his groceries as much as he helps her…even their landlord likes Steve and most folks don’t even think that guy has a heart let alone knows how to use it.

But yes, everyone likes him. And they worry. He’s such a nice guy, such a good guy, but he’s always putting his neck out for other people…always paying the price for it. He’s proud, too. Won’t accept help and won’t back down just because it is the easier, safer thing to do. 

So his friends and neighbors have devised their own little way of keeping an eye on him. First sign of trouble, someone finds Barnes. Bucky’s the only person Steve ever allows to help him, which is more down to the fact that Barnes doesn’t ever take no for an answer than anything else.

So when the guy who owns the deli across the street from the theatre spots the fight unfolding, he sends his kitchen boy in search of Bucky. It’s not a fail-proof system, it has it’s kinks, especially now Barnes has been drafted, but for the most part it works and Barnes will either tumble out of a cab or sprint onto the scene armed with righteous fury and a rather wicked left hook.

tldr: basically I just want the citizens of Brooklyn to have developed some kind of smoke signal/semaphore type way of alerting Bucky to the fact that ‘HE’S DOING IT AGAIN, COME QUICK!’

felixandria:

i have Needs that are not being met by this fandom so i will meet them myself

girl steve and girl bucky sparring is one of those needs

flatbear:

lamentforboromir:

Inspired by flatbear's "Bucky no!" sticker.

AKA the “I’m three seconds away from taking off my costume so lemme steal Mary’s flower crown and see if I can make Nicki laugh” selfie.

This was texted to me Sunday morning and I laughed so hard I think I scared everyone in the convention center.

BUCKY NO!!!

history repeats itself. somebody says this.

theopteryx:

bucky + steve in brooklyn.

syuplus:

The position referred to a CM picture.

❝ Much has been made of the fact that Bucky Barnes is one of the few people to recognize the greatness in Steve Rogers before his transformation into Captain America. Much has also been made of the fact that, in The First Avenger, Bucky demonstrably feels conflicted about that transformation. Less noted, however, is how Bucky’s sense of conflict and resentment—and the way he dealt with those feelings—reveals the kind of person he truly is. The narrative motif of the man who can recognize greatness in another but not attain it himself, and who is therefore corrupted by his resentment, is a classic trope. It appears in such literary masterpieces as Dumas’ The Count of Monte Cristo, Melville’s Billy Budd, and Schaefer’s Amadeus. However, the story of Bucky Barnes is one of a man who recognizes a greatness he cannot himself achieve and is not corrupted by that recognition. Unlike the villains of the above-mentioned tales, Bucky Barnes comes to terms with the situation, choosing friendship over envy—and heroism over villainy—something that suggests a greatness within Bucky Barnes that Bucky himself is not aware of. But Steve Rogers, of course, is. Just as Bucky is one of the few people to recognize Steve’s greatness; Steve is one of the few people to recognize Bucky’s. Both of them know each other better than they know themselves, and it is that parallel knowledge that ultimately saves them both. ❞

felixandria:

winter soldier versions, as promised

now with more sam wilson!