thursdaysangel-tuesdaysdemon:

thranduilthegreat:

What if right before Bucky walked away in this part of The Winter Soldier

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he whispered to Steve 

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what if you just shut the fuck up

I have this terribly dumb question but I hope that you'd know the answer. Do you know the name of the woman who does the amazingly soft and smooth colouring for the Bucky comics, pre Winter Soldier. Or the artist who did them. I'd know them if I saw them but for the life of me I can't remember the names of the artists OR the issues I'm talking about. If you know, wonderful, if not, thank you for your time all the same. Keep being awesome!

fuckyeahbuckybarnes:

That would be the amazingly talented and gorgeous elizabreitweiser in Captain America and Bucky #620-624! Her work with the equally as talented and gorgeous chrissamnee in those issues is one of my favorite pairings in comics. Her coloring style works really well with Bucky, evidenced in her run in the Winter Soldier series (not to mention Butch Guice is the bomb). 

Another one of my favorites of hers was her work with her husband, breitweiser in the Captain America: Patriot miniseries. I highly suggest you check it out!

pensievely:

Artists of Another Kind (Working Title)
Captain America Art Heist AU

"Oh, great,” Natasha moans, her eyes remaining on the unfinished Velázquez forgery in front of her. The brush in her hand, with its speck of fresh red paint at its tip, is still. “I was wondering how long it would take for someone to start making Robin Hood references.”
Sam snickers in the background, while Steve raises his eyebrow in reaction. There’s something to be said about believing in your own press. In Romanoff’s case, it’s the complete opposite. You can say that she’s never been a fan of their reputation as the unsung heroes of the art world… the poster children for vigilante justice.

When it comes to missing masterpieces, you can nearly always assume that great art thieves are responsible for removing them from galleries and museums, and into the hands of private buyers and collections. Fortunately for the world, Steve and his band of legendary thieves are more extraordinary than that. Based in New York, they hunt down the criminals and steal back paintings that hold significant artistic and historic value, returning them to the public.
Currently, they are recuperating after the loss of Bucky, one of their core members. They are not ready to deal with the repercussions of the recent and spectacular heist in the Ufizzi Gallery in Florence. Their fears are confirmed when weeks go by and they are without any suspects - they do not know where to begin.
Soon, the team starts receiving anonymous tips regarding the invisible mastermind behind it all. At the same time, the woman Steve keeps drawing, the elusive Peggy Carter, has made a reappearance in the team’s lives. Natasha and Sam are worried that Steve is putting his heart on the line, but it might be a sacrifice that they’re willing to make as Peggy just might be able to help them recover the paintings before it is too late.

pensievely:

Artists of Another Kind (Working Title)

Captain America Art Heist AU

"Oh, great,” Natasha moans, her eyes remaining on the unfinished Velázquez forgery in front of her. The brush in her hand, with its speck of fresh red paint at its tip, is still. “I was wondering how long it would take for someone to start making Robin Hood references.”

Sam snickers in the background, while Steve raises his eyebrow in reaction. There’s something to be said about believing in your own press. In Romanoff’s case, it’s the complete opposite. You can say that she’s never been a fan of their reputation as the unsung heroes of the art world… the poster children for vigilante justice.

When it comes to missing masterpieces, you can nearly always assume that great art thieves are responsible for removing them from galleries and museums, and into the hands of private buyers and collections. Fortunately for the world, Steve and his band of legendary thieves are more extraordinary than that. Based in New York, they hunt down the criminals and steal back paintings that hold significant artistic and historic value, returning them to the public.

Currently, they are recuperating after the loss of Bucky, one of their core members. They are not ready to deal with the repercussions of the recent and spectacular heist in the Ufizzi Gallery in Florence. Their fears are confirmed when weeks go by and they are without any suspects - they do not know where to begin.

Soon, the team starts receiving anonymous tips regarding the invisible mastermind behind it all. At the same time, the woman Steve keeps drawing, the elusive Peggy Carter, has made a reappearance in the team’s lives. Natasha and Sam are worried that Steve is putting his heart on the line, but it might be a sacrifice that they’re willing to make as Peggy just might be able to help them recover the paintings before it is too late.

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skottieyoung:

All New Captain America

skottieyoung:

All New Captain America

thefandomhouse:

Ultimate Avengers: “Unfreeze the Captain”

manarin:

I watched Toy Story this week and this scene still kills me.