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"It’s you, I knew it was you! What made you come back?”
"A man remembers this captain’s face."
It was only only after the dust settled and the last ship either broken against rocks or driven back half-sunk into open water, that Ser Steven turned to the man who had fought, back against his back, keeping him protected as he cleared the melee for his Baratheon king.
(or, an ASoIaF AU where Steve is the Captain of Fury’s guard, and Bucky is a Faceless Man who reneges his mission after encountering Steve. Graphic with much thanks to the amazing memoryrecovery)
blue lips, blue veins, blue, the colour of our planet from far, far away
i think you can tell exactly when i stopped caring and half-arsed everything but yeah here’s the thing
make me choose // ♛ ioffreybaratheon asked: Doom of Valyria or The Blackfyre Rebellion
this is a necessity for me
dude the oxford comma is the shit i am all up on that bitch like woo woo
I would like to thank my parents, God and Ayn Rand.
So can we talk about the Winter Soldier’s leitmotif on the Captain America 2 soundtrack? Because it’s nothing short of brilliance.
It begins with a slow build— like an air raid siren— that climbs into an almost human wail before spilling into something similar to radio static. All similar war-time alerts that are heralds of one warning: He’s coming.
The warnings are abruptly ended by mechanic, industrial clanging noises— staccato and heavy— that tell us that the Winter Soldier has arrived and has come for blood. Continual small “screaming” inflections over the music emphasize the terroristic nature of the track. And then— finally— the music track cuts in as a pairing to the heavy industrial noises that had bombarded us for almost four minutes prior.
The fact that the track is almost entirely industrial— no “natural” sounding instruments occur until the last minute or so— is beautifully appropriate. Winter Soldier’s theme is as manufactured and as mechanical as he is— cold, choppy, and wholly a product of artificial engineering.
And it’s terrifyingly perfect.