Content Warnings: Bondage, rope play, feathers, tickling, light D/s, soldier/commander kink.
"I’m not sure we need safe words," Steve tells Sam. "I don’t mean this in a mean way, but the serum…" he trails off, and Sam looks up from the rope he is carefully unrolling.
"Yes, you’re faster and stronger than I am, and unless I call up Thor to get him to sit on your hands, you’re not going to be unable to physically remove yourself." Sam shakes his head. "And that’s great, but if you get really wrapped up in what we’re doing, there’s a chance you won’t want to show that kind of dominance. That’s not gonna be your role, remember?"
"So green for go, and red for stop." Steve recites it back easily, because they’ve talked about it for days while they made their way back to DC.
"That’s right." Sam sets the rope down and commands simply, "Come here, soldier, so I can get those clothes off of you."
Green, Steve thinks with the kind of anticipation he hasn’t felt since 1945. Go. Please very much go.
Grant Morrison: I hate that Grant Morrison thinks he is god’s gift to comics creators. Yo, sometimes you write some good books! Sometimes you write some shit! I like when he mocks cranky old asshole writers, but … dear Grant Morrison, you are not the best person to ever write a comics. Also, creating a Robin just to kill them off later is lazy bullshit writing. I hate that the whole DAmian story the way it was told by GM; it was all very “I am choosing my amazing white dad over my evil not white mommy and by the way I am going to look as completely white as possible while I do this.”
Basically, I dislike most of what he’s done, but he isn’t really in the Brubaker or Hickman categories. I think he’s a pretentious hipster with an ego the size of Tony Stark’s, but sometimes he gives good comics.
Fuck all his comments about Wonder Woman, though.
BBC Sherlock: I hate that I can’t watch it anymore because John Watson’s actor thinks rape jokes are okay. I hate the way Irene’s story ended. I hate that they started with “I’m gay” with Irene, but then she … was apparently in love with Sherock? I hate that the production team thinks they are the only people who have the rights to a modern day telling of the story.I hate that all of the cops are incompetent and I hate the “knees” slut shaming joke that Sherlock made. I hate that absolutely nobody on the show is allowed to tell Sherlock to go fuck himself and be supported by the narrative.
it’s funny but i did not know that you didn’t like dixon. but anyway i’m glad i’m not the only one who thinks bruce is a horrible father!
I mostly hate him because of his personal politics: he’s a conservative homophobe who was so aghast at the idea of Connor Hawke being “gay,” that he made Connor hook up with the woman who raped his father because that is better than being gay lol.
I also hate him because he loves manpain more than Brubaker.
And I also hate him because before he came along, Dick Grayson was amazing, an adult, and a mostly good boyfriend. Chuck Dixon undid all of that.
I will say that Dixon’s BOP »»»»»»»» Simone’s.
1. The part of fandom who thinks Dick Grayson shits rainbows and pees unicorns.
2. The part of fandom who bizarrely looooooooooves pre-reboot Tim Drake but hates Barbara Gordon for stealing the Batgirl crown because she is the privileged Batgirl. Why, yes, she is the privileged Batgirl, but DO YOU KNOW WHO IS PRETTY DAMN PRIVILEGED. PRE-REBOT TIM DRAKE. If you are going to complain about Babs stealing the crown from the poor Batgirl (Steph) then you best be angry at Tim for stealing the crown from the poor Robin (Jason.) Be consistent, assholes.
3. The ongoing focus on Steph as though she is the Bestest Batgirl ever.
4. The way the fandom thinks that the Batverse is the center of the DCU.
5. People who actually think that the Batfamily treat each other like family. No, they treat each other like shit. That’s canon. CHANGE IT IF YOU WANT, but quit pretending your headcanons and precious bbs are always good to each other.
6. People who can’t stand to see their favorite Robin criticized. Whatever. They’re all assholes at some point.
7. Chuck Dixon and Gail Simone appreciation.
8. Diana/Bruce shippers. No.
9. PEOPLE WHO THINK THAT BATMAN TAKING CHILDREN IN OFF THE STREET IS A GOOD OR POSITIVE THING. NO. PAY FOR THEIR THERAPY ANON AND SEND THEM TO GOOD HOMES. YOU ARE AN EMOTIONALLY ABUSIVE MAN, YOU PUT 8-13 YEAR OLDS IN FRONT OF SUPERVILLAINS, AND YOU ONLY OFFER THEM LOVE FOR AS LONG AS THEY ARE PERFECT PARTNERS. YOU HAVE NO BUSINESS ADOPTING CHILDREN EVER. And yes, when Wonder Woman mocks you for letting 9 year olds fight crime, she is correct, fuck you for thinking otherwise, YJ fandom.
10. LOL, people who actually think that Batman should be able to take Superman. Child, sit down. If tomorrow Clark wants to actually kill Batman, Gotham is fucked. Diana and Barry are stopping Clark, not Batman’s very mortal ass.
1. The man’s goddamn Tony Stark boner
2. The continual white washing of multiple characters
3. Grown-Ups Who Act Like Children
4. A Steve Rogers Who Is All About Being A Soldier And Nothing Else because lol, before he was a soldier he was an artist do you know anything at all you incompetent hack.
5. His desire to give all of what should have been the Hawkeye/Cap dynamic to Tony and Steve.
6. His inability to write character dynamics in a way that shows any actual growth since Season 1 of Buffy.
7. His brother is involved with AOS and let’s be honest, he ain’t talented enough to have that job on his own, so we can probably blame Joss Whedon’s rape-loving ass for the show’s continual love of Grant Ward.
8. Adults can actually make quips that don’t sound like teenagers from the 90s, Whedon.
9. Inability to balance humor and drama effectively, so both feel cheap and the finished product feels as deep as a sheet of dollar tree toilet paper.
10. Manic Pixie Dream Girls
11. To get more women on the team, we had to get at least twice as many men. How quaint.
12. His goddamn Coulson boner.
the new ask meme: send me literally anything and ill tell you something i hate about it
Steve Rogers Post Serum in the MCU:
Ticklish or not ticklish?