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Laundry Day

“You have six washing machines and dryers in your building downstairs,” Kate protests, trying to see over the shoulders of the man she’s trying to walk beside. 325 more words

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Nosebleed

Clint’s desperately trying not to bleed all over his bathroom floor when there’s a knock at the door.

“Shit,” he says, trying to stem the flow of blood and wondering who the hell was at his door. 569 more words

Writing

Man of the Hour

Matty’s the last to arrive, reaching the doorstep just as it starts to rain hard.

“Hey!” Clint raises his glass, grinning. “It’s the man of the hour.” 575 more words

Writing

Episode 27: Hawkeye

Welcome to Journey Into Misery, where I explain complicated comics characters, continuity and concepts to the patient and perpetually perplexed Helena Hart.

This week we’re tackling everyone’s favourite blonde haired, blue-eyed archer.   262 more words

Podcasts

Avengers' Isle: Together At Last

Hullo! I totally forgot to post this picture with last week’s episode, made in partnership with myself and writefury! Okay, I confess, all I did was the text. 709 more words

Thor

The Importance of Parenthood in Avengers: Age of Ultron

Hidden messages are common-place in the world of Marvel Studios. Captain America: The Winter Soldier criticizes the practice of government surveillance. The Thor movies are about forgiveness and the negative side-effects of pride, Guardians of the Galaxy is a parable about the evils of Islamic terrorism, and Iron Man 3 is a character study of a man overcoming severe PTSD. 1,376 more words

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Avengers: Age of Ultron

I get to cheat a little with this one; I saw Avengers: Age of Ultron twice on my Thursday excursions, so I can catch up a little on my awful backlog. 1,539 more words