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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.
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 Baby's Day"Hey! I wanted to beat him!"
"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--"
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?
'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...
Thor/The Avengers: Good-For-Nothing Gab"How much longer, brother?"
"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
SolaceShe never slept well in the dark,
not without the children of the sun and moon
to guide her weary lids home.
Guided by the aftermath, she was always two steps behind.
What did the world look like to the girl who had been through it all?
Braved the heaviest of storms,
yet skipping over cracks in the pavement.
They said her eyes were the wisps of clouds before the storm.
To him they were reflections of pages overlooked.
She said it was like she lived the life of someone she had never met.
Laid out to dry, yesterdays news.
He knew her as the girl who was built to never collapse.
He wished he was too.
He loved her more than words could say, and yet her pain was such,
that at times, he feared she wouldn’t make it.
But on nights like these, even when it threatened to consume her,
he became convinced that somehow she would.
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