"I won." You smirked and closed the book. "What would I get as a reward?" You purred silently looking at him closely. He smiled and opened his arms.
"C'mere (Nickname)." You willingly cuddled up to him, burying your face in his chest. God he was warm and so comfortable. "Happy?"
"You have no idea." You hummed hugging him tightly. "God you're a wonderful bed Peter. I'm gonna keep you." He chuckled slightly as you groaned. "Don't you dare move! I just got com
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-“Excuse me, is there a reason you’re sat up here on this building?”…..
I was surprised and turned around startled. They definitely weren't there earlier, I only just sensed their presence as they spoke… -
I stood up and turned to the mysterious figure slowly, making sure my hood was still up, of course. I took note of the outfit this guy was wearing, skin tight, and quite revealing can I add. Defined muscles, he was strong. A cape, a little cliché. And a mask... but I didn't think Halloween was for another couple of months, why is he wearing a skull mask? ...with red lines on it?
Now things are getting awkward, I've just been staring at him!
"Is it of any concern to you? Last time I was here it wasn't a problem." I replied without a trace of emotion on my face or in my voice. I was good at that, in fact, I sometimes forget what some emotions feel like.
"No concern, it's
When something’s living well you can’t say die
"Bucky Barnes, you give that back!" you shouted, holding up your skirts as you chased the dark-haired boy down the sidewalk. At eleven years old, you were one grade behind your two best friends, the boys from Brooklyn, Steve Rogers and James Buchanan 'Bucky' Barnes. "Bucky!"
"Aw, c'mon, [Name]! I just want to read what you spend all day writing about!" Bucky called back, sending you a large grin over his shoulder before he started to shout out the first lines from your diary. "Yesterday, Steve and I sat under the tree for lunch! It was really nice and he gave me his butterscotch cookies because he knows they're my favorite! Steve is so sweet and I think I want to marry him someday!"
"Bucky, s-stop that! Don't read that!" you cried, running full out in your frantic need to reclaim your precious diary. Your cheeks were fiery red, burning with embarrassment, but Bucky r
Marvel Superheroes ver 2
Can creator owned comics save the comics industry?
The Comics Industry is going through something of a secret crisis right now. A crisis that could have been avoided, but one where there is still a way out. The two biggest problems are a stagnation of business ideas and lack of sales.
Let’s look at the origins of these problems
For years many have bemoaned the fact that comics have lost their easy accessibility. For decades comics w