Hiro turned in his chair at the sound of a light knocking on the wall of his lab. He smiled to see his great, life-long friend, (Name), standing in the door way. "Hey, (Name)."
"Hi, Hiro!" (Name) chirped. She entered the garage, clasping her hand on Hiro's shoulder, patting it roughly. "Ready to go? Your
Spoilers for Big Hero 6! Some suggestive content at the end. Just a small implication.
(A/N: Takes place @ the beginning of the movie)
You watched as Hiro stepped into the ring.
“I have a robot, I built it myself,” he said innocently.
You tuned out as you looked at Hiro’s robot, realizing his plan. If only Tadashi knew what he was up to, which he obviously didn’t. Then the crowd suddenly stepped back from Hiro and Yama as Yama marched towards Hiro.
You missed the fight. Damn.
Hiro looked up in fear, as he placed the last roll of money in his pocked before Yama picked him up and threw him against a wall. Three of his goons made their way towards Hiro to beat him up, and Hiro looked like he was gonna piss his pants. No joke.
Sighing, you left the arena and quietly crouched behind the three unsuspecting goons and lashed out. You smashed two of their heads together, instantly knocking them out an
Hiro x Reader
“Are you just gonna keep hugging Baymax?” Hiro asked seeing you hug his big white robot. For the past few minutes that you visited him in his lab you just hugged Baymax. Hiro wouldn’t admit it, but he was a little jealous.
“Yup, until I’m satisfied with my care.” You smiled with Baymax’s plushy arms around you. You and Hiro go way back, best friends forever. While he went on to college, you were still in highschool, and happy with it. You were really proud that Hiro went on to college, but you were more than happy that you got to spend your highschool years with some of your other friends. Hiro never told you, but he always felt a little replaced when he saw you with your other friends. It helped a lot when you stopped in everyday to see
Contains spoilers from the film
“Alright, we’re almost there,” you tell Tadashi as Baymax begins his decent.
Baymax lands at the back of the house in front of the garage. Tadashi helps you lift the door, and once all of you are inside, he closes it back up.
“Okay, Big Guy, let’s get you out of your armor,” you say to Baymax before helping him out.
Once Baymax is done, you begin to work on taking off your own gear. You start with the helmet, and then pull off your top, revealing your sports bra. You hear Tadashi clear his throat and it makes you pause. Looking over your shoulder at him, you find that his cheeks are tinted and he’s looking everywhere but at you. You can’t help but laugh at him, “Oh come on, Tadashi. It’s not like you’ve never seen thi
You've known each other since you were in preschool. While the other kids made their macaroni necklaces, you and Hiro were making DNA strands. That's how you became best friends, showing off your smarts to the rest of your class. But unlike Hiro, you stayed in high school while he graduated at age thirteen. Why? During your middle school years, you were slowly unable to hold anything still, your hands shaking like miniature earthquakes. It wasn't Parkinson's Disease but it was close enough to it and it left doctors stumped. The shaking made you work at a frus
Contains light spoilers from Big Hero 6.
Takes place four years after the movie, and you don't know about Hiro's extra curricular activities.
“We’ll bring you more coverage on the fight between Big Hero 6 and Kaiju in just a moment, but for now, we’ve got a video conference call with James Cowell a journalist who has been pretty out spoken in his distaste for our resident superheroes,” Dan Ashton, the head channel 7 news anchor introduces the man as a panel with this person’s image shows up on the television screen.
“Hello, Dan. Thank you for accepting my call.”
“Of course, Mr. Cowell. Now you have expressed a large dislike for the Big Hero 6 team, nearly from the beginning of their existence in San Fransokyo. Would you please clarify your opinions?”
“Yes, well a common defense for them, as everyone knows, is that organized crime has decreased nearly 30% since their arrival. However, more
Warning: There's a bit more fluff in this than usual, but nothing too graphic.
Contains light spoilers from Big Hero 6
You step up to the front door of the Hamada residence and knock. Not much later, the door opens to reveal the youngest boy in the house.
“Morning, Hiro!” you greet with a smile.
“(Name)! Aunt Cass didn’t tell me you were coming, today!” He smiles back in shock and opens the door a little wider.
You step through with a laugh. “Well, it was supposed to be a surprise for your brother, and we didn’t want you blabbing off to him.”
“Hey, I don’t blab!” he protests.
“Yes you do! You suck at keeping secrets,” you say, taking off your coat and your shoes.
“I’m great at keeping secrets! I didn’t tell you about how Tadashi’s planning on asking you to go on a trip with him for New Year’s Eve!”
You raise an eye br
Schooling your features, you take the last step to enter his room. “What’s wrong?” you ask, playing innocent.
He looks up from his position on the floor and halfway under his desk. When he does, he knocks his head on the edge of his desk. “Ouch!” He rubs the sore spot on his head as he crawls out and sits cross legged on the floor.
You wince at the solid thunk of his head hitting the hard desk and walk over. “Are you okay?” you ask, but are cut off when Baymax begins to activate.
Once fully inflated, he moves around the bed to get to you and Hiro. “Hello. I am Baymax, your personal health-”
“Baymax! What did you do with my gummy bear stash?” Hiro asks aggressively.
Warning: Contains some mild fluff
You glare up at the bag of coffee beans sitting innocently on the top shelf. Hiro, the little rascal, had hidden the step ladder that morning and then ran off, doing who knows what. The café was running low on coffee and Aunt Cass asked you to ground a new batch of beans. The only thing standing in your way is the fact of your vertically challenged nature.
Placing a hand on the shelf at eye level with you, you use it to try to balance yourself as you lift onto your tip toes. You reach your other hand out, stretching it as far as it will go. Your fingers barely even brush against the bottom side of the shelf you need to reach. Still no farther than any of the other ten times you’ve tried. Your grip on the lower shelf increases as if you could just push off of it to grow a few more inches. You lift one foot up off the floor, balancing on the other and it almost seems to hel
“(Name)?!” he calls back. “Wait! Don’t come up here!”
But it’s too late. You’ve already bounded passed Hiro’s side of the room and over to Tadashi’s side. You stop and take him in. He’s only wearing a t-shirt and a pair of boxers. You can’t help but grin in amusement. Crossing your arms, you lean against the corner of the wall, “Pokémon boxers, huh?” The blue fabric was decorated with Pikachu, Bulbasaur, Squirtle, and Charmander.
He cheeks flush as he scrambles to grab his pants and put them on. “Don’t laugh,” he says in a stern tone.
“Too late,” you respond, already starting to giggle. “Oh my gosh, you’re the biggest nerd that I know!” your g
Contains light spoilers from Big Hero 6
You groan in frustration when you realize that, once again, you have read an entire page in your text book without processing any of the information. You rub your tired eyes as they strain from having to focus on so many tiny words. You look up at the clock in your bedroom; it tells you it’s just a little passed 9:00 in the evening.
You look back down at the papers scattered around your desk, and just want to bang your head on the table. There is no way you are going to be able to figure out how this computer chip works without a little help. You grab your phone from off to the side of your desk and hesitate a moment. You decide to send a text out first, before you call.
Are you still awake?
It doesn’t take long for you to get a response.
Yeah, what’s up?
You let out a small breath of relief and dial his number. It rings once, before he answers.
Uh oh. You hate it when he asks for favors, because you can never resist him. You let out a low sigh, shifting you cell phone from one ear to the other, “What is it?”
He’s quiet for a moment, “Can I come over?”
You roll your eyes, “Is that the favor? Because that isn’t really a big deal. You know you can come over whenever you want to.”
Tadashi exhales in a short laugh, “No, that’s not the favor, but I think I can convince you better in person.”
“Oh gosh, are you planning on coming here to seduce me or something?”
This time he laughs outright, “No, at least that’s not my first intention. However, desperate times may call for desperate measure, so I won’t guarantee that I won’t be seducing you tonight, either.”
You laugh and shake your head at him, “Just get your butt o
Contains spoilers from Big Hero 6.
Takes place after the events of the movie.
“Hey, Aunt Cass!” You greet, upon entering the Lucky Cat Café.
“(Name)! It’s good to see you!” she comes over and pulls you into a hug. “What can I help you with?”
“Well, I have a big research paper I’ve kind of been procrastinating on and the internet here is faster than at my apartment. Hiro said I could use his computer.”
“Alright, go on up!” she smiles encouragingly at you and waves you toward the back.
“Thanks!” you respond before going up the stairs and to Hiro’s room.
You go to swing your backpack off your shoulders to toss it on the ground not knowing a strand of hair was caught on the zipper. The hair gets ripped out, causing a sharp burst of pain. “Ouch!” you rub the spot to try to ease some of the pain.
A soft beeping fills the room follow
“(Name)?” you hear your husband call out to you as he gets home from work.
“In the kitchen,” you call back, continuing to wash the dishes.
He lets out a tired sigh as he loosens the tie around his neck and makes his was over to you. “Sorry, I’m so late. There was a small disaster in manufacturing. Luckily no one got hurt, and the damage wasn’t too severe, but there was a boat load of paperwork to do on it.” He wraps his arms around you from behind and kisses your cheek.
“It’s okay. You’re just in time for bath time.”
“Mm…” he mumbles before he starts a trail of kisses down your neck. “Mommy and Daddy bath time?” he inquires.
You laugh tilting your head to give him better access, “No. Daddy and baby bath time.”
“You know, he hates
Sequel to I Will Always Be With You and Memory Files
Contains spoilers from Big Hero 6
Disclaimer: I am not particularly religious am not intentionally trying to impose any beliefs onto you. All mentions of the afterlife are purely imaginary for the intents and purposes of this short. If I offend anyone with this, I assure you, I did not mean to.</b>
You press the button on your remote that makes the hospital bed rise up to lift your body into a sitting position. You look out the window of your room where you are able to see the sun setting over the San Fransokyo bay. You breathe in through your nose, where a small air tube as been placed to de
Takes place a few months after the movie.
Contains spoilers from Big Hero 6.
“(Name)? Can you please take out the trash? It’s making the kitchen smell,” your mother pokes her head into your open bedroom doorway.
You set down your book and look out your window. The image of the house across the street is distorted by all the water pelting the glass from the outside. “But it’s raining,” you protest.
She rolls her eyes. “You’ll only be out there for a few seconds, it’s not like you’re going to melt from a little water.” That said, she walks off to the bedroom she shares with your father to finish getting ready for the dinner party the two of them are leaving to.
You huff in annoyance but make your way off the bed, like the obedient daughter you are. You slip on a jacket and put on your shoes before heading downstairs to the kitchen. Your nose scrunches
You pace the floor of the small room, the only sound being the clicks of your heels on the hardwood floor and the soft swooshing of the fabric of your white dress. You step in front of the mirror once again to check your appearance. Just like the other 63 times you’ve checked in the past hour, you look absolutely perfect. Your makeup and hair have been artistically done to enhance your already natural beauty. The beautiful wedding dress hugs to your curves in ways that you know will drive your soon to be husband absolutely insane, while still maintaining the elegance of a beautiful bride.
The white diamond sparkles brightly on your finger, but is otherwise the only piece of jewelry you have opted to wear. You couldn’t wait to be able to add the second ring that was meant to mold perfectly next to the one you already wore.
You look up, startled when you hear the door burst open before it slams shut. “Hiro?”