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sigyns-haven:

^^ Loki does this with his bebies. <3333

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loki-forever:

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torrilla:

Tom Hiddleston by Henny Garfunkel [HQ]

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takemetothedungeons:

"Surrender is not in mine." 

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durance:

MCU Films Bonus Features Collection

Videos are on Google Drive. Audio commentary tracks are on Mediafire.

IRONMAN (2008)

THOR (2011)

CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER (2011)

THE AVENGERS (2012)

IRON MAN 3 (2013)

THOR: THE DARK WORLD (2013)

CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER (2014)

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small-potato-of-defiance:

darkladynyara:

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opalescentnanomachines:

In speaking of conventional Western morality in the context of the Marvel films, relating to…

A lot of valuable stuff here. My only two cents is: remember Mjolnir. Thor’s great superpower is a hammer, and his purpose in life is to be worthy according to the hammer. Well, to a hammer everything looks like a nail. Thor has always been taught that his highest and best quality is his worthiness to lift something that hits really hard. He’s not just been taught to be violent — he’s been taught that violence is courage, and his most valuable attribute. Here’s to hoping that someday Marvel makes a movie in which Thor wonders not if he’s worthy enough for Mjolnir, but whether he should value something other than Mjolnir and its violence.

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mosellegreen:

I haven’t been able to get this thread out of my mind.

The victim of the abuse (her child in this case) does not put the Enabling Mother in the position of choosing him over his Abusive Father, at least not initially. He just wants the Enabler to call a Wrong a Wrong and…