The Avengers: Tickling, Toads, And Trickery"Stop! Leave me alone!" Loki ran up a flight of stairs, but tripped on one step. He quickly regained his footing and ran through the heli-carrier. Following him were Thor and Tony. Bruce, Steve, and Clint were also following Loki, but they weren't in hot pursuit of him.
Loki turned abruptly into an empty healing room. He shut and locked the door behind him. About five seconds later, Tony was seen running into the closed door. Loki was panting, trying to catch his breath after running from The Avengers.
"Open the door, Reindeer Games," came Tony's voice from the other side of the door.
"A-Absolutely not," Loki replied breathlessly. He sat on the cot in the tiny medical room.
Tony turned around and looked at Thor.
"Wanna give it a try?"
Thor walked to the door and spoke loudly, "Brother, please come out. We promise not to hurt you."
"That's what you said last time."
"And did we hurt you?"
"You humiliated me. And I will not stand for it," Loki crossed his ar
The Avengers: A Baby's Day"Hey! I wanted to beat him!"The Avengers: A Baby's Day3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Yeah, well... me too! And I got him first."
"Hulk!" young Steve Rogers yelled. He was playing with action figures with Tony. Steve was about to knock the Loki action figure off the tall play-building with his own figurine when Tony picked it up. Then he used his action figure to beat up the Loki one instead.
"What, Steve? And for the last time, my name is Bruce," Bruce Banner said in annoyance. He was the oldest of the Avengers, being twelve, and he was their father (in a way). He was the one the other four and five-year-olds complained to and depended on.
"Tony's being mean!"
"I am not."
"Okay, that's enough! Steve, what happened?"
"Tony took Loki away from me."
Bruce was confused for a second, then he saw the toy in Tony's hand.
"Tony... Did you take Steve's toy?"
"No! He didn't take him, so I took him and beat him up."
"Yeah, but I wanted to beat him!"
"Steve, maybe Tony wanted to beat him, too--"
Thor: I Believe It's Called Being TicklishLoki had been sitting in the bed in his room for as long as an hour already. His father, Odin, had screamed at him for acting like a child and not an Asgardian. Loki's antics have been questionable lately. Now, he's staring out the window of his room with a scowl on his face.Thor: I Believe It's Called Being Ticklish3 years ago in Humor More Like This
Then of course comes a knock on the door. "Brother? It's Thor. I haven't seen you in a thousand years it seems. May I please come in?" Thor asked and sounded worried about his brother.
"Go away, Thor. I really don't want to talk right....." Thor entered the room, "..... now," Loki said looking at his brother with an annoyed expression.
"Loki, I am your brother. What's wrong? You can trust me," Thor looked concerned about his younger brother.
"Thor, I told you, I don't want to talk to anyone now. I.... I just want to be left alone to think," Loki said now crossing his arms.
"Think about what, brother? Was it something I did? If it was I meant no harm to be done to you," Thor walked over to where his brother was and
The Avengers: The Super Awesome Tickle FightLaughter emanating from the living room in Stark Towers pretty much woke everyone who was inside up. It was only eight in the morning, which a lot of them weren’t too happy about. Natasha was up first. She walked briskly out of her sleeping quarters to the room homing the source of the laughter. She froze when she got in the doorway.The Avengers: The Super Awesome Tickle Fight3 years ago in Humor More Like This
“Are you guys serious?” she asked the two men who were on the couch. One was Steve and the other was Tony. Tony looked at her and laughed. But Steve was the one completely in stitches. The billionaire had been tickling the Captain and still was.
“Wanna help?” was Tony’s response to Nat’s complaining. Clint appeared next to her in the next minute.
“Nat, what happe-- Oh my God.”
Steve was hysterically laughing and begging for Tony to stop.
“Hey, Barton. Either of you wanna help me?” Tony was still tickling Steve. Natasha rolled her eyes. Tony stopped to give the Captain a breather,
Thor/The Avengers: Good-For-Nothing Gab"How much longer, brother?"Thor/The Avengers: Good-For-Nothing Gab3 years ago in Humor More Like This
"Uh... Another two to three months."
"Ohhh, dear Odin! I don't think I can do it, Thor."
"You've been doing great for a whole ten months..."
"It's been that long?"
"Hmph, feels longer."
"I know. Just look on the bright side--"
"Oh, don't give me that 'bright side' nonsense! There is no bright side."
"Really? The bright side isn't finally being freed of your imprisonment in Asgard? Well, more specifically the castle in Asgard. The bright side isn't maybe getting revenge on The Avengers?"
"You're not supposed to put bad notions in my head, Thor. That's what I'm here to get rid of."
"You can't dream?"
"When did you become so sinister?"
Thor laughed. He was talking with Loki in Loki's room. Obviously, Loki's trial went well. He wasn't banished for eternity... But he was punished. He had to stay locked up in the Asgardian castle for a year or more, with a set of rules. Thor was allowed to visit Loki once every day for a period of up t
The Avengers: Security Cameras And DecisionsLoki was sitting in his 'special' cell on S.H.I.E.L.D.'s heli-carrier. He was recently defeated by The Avengers. He was disappointed, but was extremely annoyed with what they had to do to him. They put him in hand restraints and attached a muzzle on his mouth. Loki thought the gag was a little much. I mean, what did they think he was going to do? Talk them to death?The Avengers: Security Cameras And Decisions3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
'This is ridiculous,' thought Loki. He leaned his head back onto the transparent cell and sighed into the gag.
Loki decided to lay down and possibly get some shut eye before The Avengers sent him off. He laid on his side and brought his arms as far as he could up to his face. This wasn't the best looking position, but it was the most comfortable Loki could manage. He closed his eyes and hoped to drift off to sleep.
Thor was walking through the halls; he got random congratulations from S.H.I.E.L.D. agents while he walked. He smiled and thanked them, but he had something other than celebration on his mind...
The Avengers: Day OffThe Avengers (Tony, Steve, and Bruce) were sitting at their HQ lounge room just chilling out. They were relaxing because they didn't have any villains to fight.Tony had been feeling, well, not like Tony lately. Even he didn't know why he was acting so glum lately. It was probably just all the stress from being a member of The Avengers. Tony just sat on the sofa, day-dreaming and staring out the window.The Avengers: Day Off3 years ago in Humor More Like This
Steve had noticed that something was bothering Tony. He just didn't ask him about it because he felt it was rude. None of the other Avengers, whether in the room currently or somewhere else, noticed like Steve did. Now it was just him, Bruce, and Tony. He had to ask now, while almost everyone was in a good mood.
"Hey, Tony. Can I ask you something?" Steve sat up from his previous reclined position to look at Tony on the other side of the room. Tony was still day-dreaming, and didn't hear Steve.
"Tony? Tony!" Steve stood up and walked over to the other couch. He was practically standing r
The Avengers: A Friendly Conversation - Part 2Bruce was still in the lab. It was getting late, as he could tell by the darkness outside. He also noticed that there was a storm occurring. Bruce wondered what from because it was perfect weather earlier today. He began getting nervous, waiting for his teammates. Tony, Steve, and Thor had been gone for a while. He had no one to talk to because Natasha and Coulson went with them. Bruce's work amount was quickly depleting as the time passed.The Avengers: A Friendly Conversation - Part 23 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Come on, come on, come on... Shit!" Bruce was frustrated with his computer. It finally shut down on him. He removed his glasses and stood back from the computer. He sighed and rubbed his eyes. Bruce stood back for another minute before he put his glasses back on, and then went on to another project.
While Bruce was looking for some papers on a desk, he knocked over something. Whatever it was made a clinking noise as it hit the floor. He groaned and bent down to pick it up. Bruce smiled when he held what had fallen in his hands. It was t
The Avengers: Rushing For GratitudeBruce awoke with a start to the sound of an explosion that shook all of Stark Towers. He knew that the sound must have resonated throughout the entire building. Bruce prayed that they weren't under attack again. He jumped out of his bed, throwing the covers off of his legs, and opened the door to his room. He stood in front of his now open door, wearing only a pair of shorts.The Avengers: Rushing For Gratitude3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"JARVIS, what was that?" Bruce asked the robot in charge of the building.
"I believe it was Mr. Stark working on a project of his. Would you like to know what project?"
"No, not really."
"Very well, then. Anything else you need?"
"I wish you luck when trying to sleep again, sir."
Bruce smirked and said, "Thanks, JARVIS."
"Any time, sir."
Bruce walked back into his room, rubbing his tired eyes. He laid back down in his bed, but knew that it would be impossible for him to fall asleep again. Bruce looked at the clock in his room. He had to meet Tony in the 'experiment room', as the billionaire calle
The Avengers: Making Him LaughTony walked into the lab. It wasn't a surprise to see Bruce in there, working his butt off.The Avengers: Making Him Laugh3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"This really isn't a good time," the frustration was evident on Bruce's face. Tony considered leaving.
"Please," Bruce almost pleaded and looked at Tony directly in his eyes.
"Fine. I'll come back later... hopefully when you're in a better mood."
Tony left the room without another word coming from Bruce or himself. He decided to skip the kitchen and the 'hanging out' room of the heli-carrier, and instead head to the target range.
Tony grabbed his repulsor arm from a case inside one of the vaults of the ship and headed back upstairs to go test his armor. Tony wasn't very surprised to see Hawkeye also practicing in the room.
"Good evening, Barton," Tony acknowledged the S.H.I.E.L.D. agent.
"Hello," Clint looked at Tony and shot his arrow at the same time, still getting a perfect bullseye. Tony smirked, hooking up his armored a
The Avengers: A Friendly Conversation - Part 1"And what exactly are you doing?"The Avengers: A Friendly Conversation - Part 13 years ago in Humor More Like This
"To see if we can get any positive matches as to where the Tesseract is."
"Oh... So, shouldn't you be doing something productive in the meantime?"
"Relax, Cap. Let Banner chill. He's been working hard."
"Sorry. I'm just kinda antsy today."
"It's okay, Steve. We're all under a lot of pressure."
"Does anyone know where Goldie Locks is?"
Steve and Bruce both chortled under their breath. Tony had the best jokes for the worst times.
"He's supposed to be in the heli-carrier. Other than that, I have no idea," Steve answered. Bruce was staring at the computer screen, biting his lower lip.
"So, Banner. About this 'other guy'....."
"I'd rather not talk about him."
"Okay.... Any progress on the magic cube, then?"
"No. Nothing yet."
"How do you stay calm?"
"Tony...." Steve warned.
"It's a secret."
"Well, can you share it?"
"Alright," Tony said. He grabbed a pointy metal object and went over to Bruce, who was caref
Thor: Maybe It Wasn't So Bad"Thor, shut up," said an annoyed teenage Loki. He was trying to read a very interesting book, but his older brother barged into the room before he could finish the second chapter.Thor: Maybe It Wasn't So Bad3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Shut up," Thor mimicked Loki. Loki looked up from his book to glare at Thor.
"Thor, I will tell father if you don't stop."
"What do you mean 'so'? Father could punish you, and--"
"But he won't. I'm just trying to hang out with you, but you wont let me. You won't let anybody near you. The only things allowed near you are books."
"I find people, like yourself, much more bothersome than books. Books are quiet and, frankly, more interesting than you, Thor."
"Really? You think that thousand year old book is more interesting than me, the God of Thunder?"
"You're only fifteen. And yes, it is."
"What's it about?"
Loki blushed, but he didn't know why. Maybe it was because he knew the book would seem boring to Thor. He thought about lying, but decided against it.
"I-It's about the different realms an
The Avengers: Heart In The MorningMost of The Avengers were sitting in the dining room of the heli-carrier. It was about ten o'clock in the morning, and some of them were still eating breakfast.The Avengers: Heart In The Morning3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"You know, we still have to go through that whole training thing later," Clint said through a mouthful of cereal. Natasha rolled her eyes.
"Everyone has to be there," Black Widow said next, eying the men in the room. She noticed a while ago that Tony was missing.
"Where is Stark?" she asked anyone who knew.
"Dunno," Clint said in return.
"Probably sleeping," was Steve's guess. Bruce had been quiet most of the morning. He just sat at the kitchen counter, stirring and drinking his coffee.
"I think someone should wake him. We all know how long he can take to get ready, so it would be only right to wake him now to make sure that he is on time with us," Thor said, then took a bite from his banana.
"Okay. But who's gonna wake the guy?" Hawkeye said.
Everyone stared at the silent Bruce Banner.
The Avengers: Tickle Interrogation"I will ask you one more time. Where is the tesseract?"The Avengers: Tickle Interrogation2 years ago in Humor More Like This
"As I've told you before, I know not where it is."
Nick Fury had been fed up with the Asgardian for long enough. He exited the holding area for Loki. The god in the cell smirked as the director of S.H.I.E.L.D. left. He paced around his chamber.
Fury walked to the control deck in the heli-carrier, telling the Avengers what his dilemma is with Loki. No one knew what to do except for Thor.
"Director Fury, I think I know of a way to get Loki to tell us where the tesseract is."
"Thor, I'd love to find out where it is. But I don't think having two gods on my ship in the same place is a good idea."
"None of your methods have worked so far. Let me try."
Fury looked around at the other Avengers, but none of them said anything. He finally sighed and agreed to let Thor go to Loki.
"We'll be watching you two," Nick Fury yelled out after the demigod as he made his way to the cell area.
Thor entered the heavily-guarded a
The Avengers: A Beach Day 2 - After The BeachSo, The Avengers, Loki, and I arrived at my grandparents house after our day at the beach. I had so much fun, and I hope they did, too.The Avengers: A Beach Day 2 - After The Beach3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
I was actually really nervous of how the superheroes and former villian would act around my grandma and grandpa. Tony pulled up in the driveway, and everyone was silent. They were all staring at the house in front of them.
"I think I should go in first," I said. Steve turned his head to look at me.
"Why?" he asked me.
"Because I need to give them a heads up of what you guys really are like."
"That's nice..." Bruce said sarcastically and smiled at me.
"Please, guys. Just stay, like, outside the car or something. Empty out the cooler... do something, is my point. I'll come back out and get you guys."
"I agree that this is the best thing to do," Thor said.
"Thanks. Uh, Thor I need you to get out so I can go out," I told him and unbuckled my seatbelt. Thor looked at the door curiously. I sighed and opened the door for him. He steppe
The Avengers - Give it!The Avengers - Give it!2 years ago in Humor More Like This
disclaimer - fic belongs to a series ticklish Tony Stark *wink wink*
It was a lazy afternoon. Steve was jumping through channels on TV. He didn't get it, how come there were so many TV programs and there was nothing to watch? Finally, something caught his eye. It was a war documentary. At least something he was familiar with. As there were some sounds of tanks firing, he heard footsteps rushing to him.
"No, no, no, no, NO, NO, NO, NO!!" Tony came out of nowhere and practically pounced on top of Steve trying to take the remote away from him, "Give it!!"
"Tony, what are you doing?!" Steve asked dumbfounded placing his hand on Tony's face, trying to keep him away.
"You're not watching another war documentary, it makes you depressed and later I have to deal with it!" Tony was frantically reaching his hand for the remote.
"It doesn't make me depressed, it just.. Makes me thinking," Steve said, grimacing a little, still holding the brunet at some distance.
"I don't like
The Avengers: What Started Out As ScienceBruce was working in the lab on the heli-carrier late one night. It was his routine to barely get any sleep, and just continue working. He was very passionate about his work, as well, which is why he spent most of his time in the lab. But tonight was the third night in a row Bruce didn't sleep. It was finally starting to set in on him.The Avengers: What Started Out As Science3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
He knew that the rest of the team was probably resting in their sleeping chambers on the flying ship. Just thinking about that made his eyes droop. Bruce just rubbed his tired eyes through his glasses and continued typing and reading on the computer.
Another Avenger that found himself unable to sleep was Tony Stark. He surprisingly fell asleep at only 10:00, which was early for him. But sadly, he was awakened by some nightmares he had. Once one was finished after he woke up, another one would just start up when he fell asleep again. So, Tony just decided to leave his room and maybe get some decaf coffee from the heli-carrier's kitchen.
Tony's room wasn't
Captain America: Bucky's Secret"This sucks," said Bucky who had just been ignored by a very pretty girl. He and Steve had stopped by the bar at the base to get a quick drink. Bucky was hoping to find a pretty dame. That was pretty hard ever since Steve had become Captain America. All of the women that used to be going his way, turned and headed for Steve.Captain America: Bucky's Secret3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"What sucks?" asked Steve.
"Nothing. C'mon, let's go. I'm tired," Bucky said. Steve was puzzled as to why Bucky had been so glum lately. He figured most of it was due to him being a lab rat for HYDRA for months.
"Alright. Whatever you say," Steve said as he put down his drink and paid for it. The two friends walked out of the saloon. As they were walking back to the resting quarters, Steve felt he had to ask what was making Bucky so upset.
"Hey, are you feeling okay?" Steve asked. Bucky looked at Steve briefly, then turned his head forward and started jogging. Steve sighed. He, too, began to walk faster to catch up to Bucky.
They finally reached their tent. Steve w
Thor: An Average Asgardian SaturdayThor and Loki were walking through the halls of the Asgardian castle together late one night. They were not teenagers anymore, seeing that Thor would be next in line for the throne. Loki was proud of him, but hid a slight jealousy.Thor: An Average Asgardian Saturday3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The brothers had just returned from different activities, but met up in the conference hall. Thor suggested they walk together for a while, to catch up on things. Loki fought him, but eventually gave in.
"Thor, I'm tired."
"Okay. You will be in bed soon, brother."
"But I want to go to bed now!"
"Hahahaha. You sound like a child."
Thor looked at Loki's annoyed face and smiled. He playfully nudged his shoulder.
"Stop," Loki glanced at Thor.
"You've become so cranky lately, brother. What is the matter?"
"Nothing. Why does everything have to have a reason? I'm just tired."
"And being tired isn't a reason?"
Loki was silent and looked sideways at his older brother.
"I just... I can't think straight."
Thor studied his brother's face. He looked tired, ye
The Avengers: A Beach Day 3 - The Boredom Sets InAfter Tony's announcement of forcing all of us to stay up, I became nervous. I just hoped that nothing would break during the course of all of us staying awake.The Avengers: A Beach Day 3 - The Boredom Sets In3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"I'm still tired," I said to see if anyone cared.
"Okay. But now it's 9:45. Really? You can't stay up any later than this?" Tony said, amazed at my lack of energy.
"I usually want to go to bed right about now."
"Well, what do you do with your girl friends when you have sleepovers with them?" Bruce asked.
"I've honestly only been to one sleepover in my entire life. And that one was pretty hectic."
Loki tried to muffle a laugh that crept up on his lips.
"I-I'm sorry," he said, now smiling, "How hectic?"
"There was a party, where boys were invited... and then the sleepover only had girls."
"Hey, but we're guys," Tony said.
"I know. That's the bad part of the whole story. The boys."
"Okay. Forget the sleepover remark, then," Bruce folded his hands.
"But no one else is tired? After spending a whol
Thor: A Gust Of Wind - Part 1Thor was always grateful for everything he had. He was grateful for being the son of Odin, and for having an adopted brother like Loki (even though the past couple of months have been interesting). But Thor was never as happy or grateful in his life as on the day his first and only child was born. He and Sif had a beautiful baby girl.Thor: A Gust Of Wind - Part 13 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Sif insisted that she be named Thora, after Thor. But Thor felt that she should be called Kari, meaning gust of wind; for when she was born, Thor was blown away with her beauty. Sif agreed.
Sif and Thor loved Kari so much, but they were warriors. They were almost always in some sort of battle. In the first three months of Kari's life, Thor was rarely home with her. Sif was with her more often, but not enough.
Then one day, when Kari was only two-and-a-half months old, Thor was summoned to battle. But this battle was different, mainly because he wasn't actually 'summoned'. His brother, Loki, was planning on ruling Midgard. Thor had many connections with
The Avengers: A Beach Day 1I had been friends with The Avengers for a couple months now. And they're not as annoying or obnoxious as you would think. Well, they're nice to me, at least. And as a 'thank you' gift, I decided to take them to the sound in Riverhead. Reeves Park, to be exact. This was a quiet and friendly place that has access to the sound at one end. I've been going here since I was born, and now my grandparents live here. So, this was easy for me to do.The Avengers: A Beach Day 13 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The Avengers said they would meet me at the beach (I know it's the sound, but to make it easier, I'm calling it the beach. Sorry if this bothers you). And after I offered this to them, I went to Loki. He was skeptical at first, but I think I convinced him.
Loki and I arrived first. We set our chairs, blanket, and umbrella down. And I showed him how to set up the umbrella. Loki looked strange in swim trunks to me. I think it was mainly because I was so used to seeing him with that heavy armor over many layers of clothing. It was nice to s
Tom Hiddleston Quotes"For myself, for a long time... maybe I felt inauthentic or something, I felt like my voice wasn't worth hearing, and I think everyone's voice is worth hearing. So if you've got something to say, say it from the rooftops."Tom Hiddleston Quotes3 years ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
"Heath Ledger's performance in 'The Dark Knight' quite simply changed the game. He raised the bar not just for actors in superhero films, but young actors everywhere; for me. His performance was dark, anarchic, dizzying, free, and totally, thrillingly, dangerous."
"Haters never win. I just think that's true about life, because negative energy always costs in the end."
"I am desperate to do a comedy now."
"I never like to make plans. It's nice to just hang."
"I think we all see ourselves as the heroes in our own lives."
"If the Loki in 'Thor' was about a spiritual confusion - 'Who am I? How do I belong in this world?' - the Loki in 'Avengers' is, 'I know exactly who I am, and I'm going to make this world belong to me.'"
"In 'Thor,' that was my own hair. I grew it out.
A Week With LokiThe beginning of the week with Loki was more normal than I expected. I told the god that he could sleep either in the yellow room or somewhere upstairs, instead of in the basement. He agreed to sleep upstairs in the room next to mine, but he spent most of the day in the basement. I didn’t know what he does down there, and I realized I didn’t want to know.A Week With Loki3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Then again, I spent most of my time upstairs on the computer. We weren’t bothering each other, and we basically only saw the other during the meal times. I was happy that this wasn’t awkward.
We ate dinner, like, usual and we both went upstairs for bed. I went to the computer before I slept and Loki went into the room with the two twin beds. I used the bigger room and I slept on the bigger bed. Still, I felt bad that he always got the small bed. I offered Loki my room, but he declined.
So, I went to bed at about 10:00. I sighed as I laid down in the big bed and covered myself in the sheet and blanket.
The Avengers: A Beach Day 5 - The ParkWe started driving. I sat in the back, next to Dominic and Dylan. They were looking at something on Dominic's iPhone.The Avengers: A Beach Day 5 - The Park3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Those are your friends, bunny?" my uncle asked me.
"Are they good? They all look like they're good at basketball."
"I don't know if they really play sports. I know Tony does. And most likely Steve, too."
"Yeah, they're big guys. Hehehe," Uncle Dan chuckled.
"How did you meet them?" Lauren asked, turning slightly in her seat.
"I was in Manhattan to see a play with my mom. And the group of them, minus Loki, were walking through the street. Thor bumped into me, and I fell over. He apologized, and the rest of them felt bad. I don't know. They liked me, I guess. And they wanted to hang out more. That was about two months ago."
"And what are their names?"
"Okay the one with the long blond hair is Thor. His brother is the one with the longish dark black hair, Loki. Tony is the one that talks the most. Steve is the huge one with the short blonde hair. And Bruce i