It started a LONG WHILE AGO with an idea of a lovely commission I’ve been glad to fulfil. The person who asked me for a commission had an idea of agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. defending themselves from some weird shit with some office supplies. I’ve literally spent months over the sketches for this one, changing the positions and angles, and finally it dawned on me.
Best possible #AgentsOfSHIELD fight scene: THERE’S SOMETHING WRONG IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD WHOM YOU’RE GONNA CALL Phil Coulson on the front line and I’VE TASTED COFFEE MADE BY A JUNIOR AGENT I KNOW SUFFERING Agent Blake on background. Like, Coulson doing most part of the fight, others just adding to this chaos, and Blake’s inner facepalm being obvious - that all just… sounded right))
So… hope you like it))
Seemed appropriate to share this right before the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. premiere ;}
what i would really like is snippets of peggy carter being the agent who came closest to catching black widow during the cold war
but she didn’t quite
and natasha tipped her hat to her when peggy had her in her sights
and left her a blood red rose on her pillow
with all the thorns
and peggy told her grandkids about the black widow, like, when she babysat for her kids in her old age
and their parents don’t get why the kids aren’t scared of the stories, even though they keep asking peggy not to tell them such scary stories
but maybe it’s because of the way peggy almost smiles—like one of the corners of her lips curl upwards and there’s this twinkle in her eye
she’s always loved roses
You’re a spy, not a soldier.
I love her in the final scene with the Chitauri so, so much. She’s the only one of them we see figuring out where their weak spots are, how their bodies operate, how they fly their flying things. She takes them out with their own weapons. We see the ferociousness on her face, the effort involved in every movement, and she just never stops. She’s probably my favorite female superhero that I’ve ever seen onscreen (not that there are a whole lot to choose from, dammit, but still).
I would watch the HELL out of this movie.
I would fund this movie, I would impose on all my friends to go see it with me, I would move into the movie theater, I would buy a hundred copies of the DVD, I would have a poster on my wall still when I was 85.
Just a quick list about Clint and Natasha: