philcoulson:

"Your work has been a gift to mankind. You shaped the century."

The year is 1976 and the Winter Soldier doesn’t know why he trusts the blond man. He’s not sure he’d even call it trust. But the man reminds him of someone, someone he doesn’t know. He has learned that if he does not submit, pain comes. Even when he does submit, sometimes pain comes anyway. But the blond man is always there. So he obeys.

foamsprite:

He's a ghost

CAPTAIN AMERICA (from the POV of Heinz Kruger)

black-nata:

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You’re my mission.

You’re my mission.

controlyourface:

The Dark Knight Trilogy favourite Jonathan Crane quotes 1-10/16  (and because all that sass can’t be contained in one post, 11-16 here X)

A while back Cillian Murphy was spotted in a pub in Dublin doing impressions of himself as Scarecrow. Which begs the question, which of these did he do? 


Loki Friggason

Loki Friggason

Operating less like the Joker or Loki with a bombastic and commanding presence through pure theatricality, the Winter Soldier feels more akin to the shark from Jaws. His presence is felt throughout the film, even when he’s not onscreen, and when he is onscreen the feeling of utter terror and dread emanating from his presence is palpable.
Multiversity Comics’s spoiler-free review of Captain America: The Winter Soldier (via wintrsoldier)

akashiiseijuro:

Animated Husbands || Rurouni Kenshin (1996)
↳ Soujiro Seta “Tenken”

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We knew the world would not be the same. A few people laughed, a few people cried; most people were silent. I remembered the line from the Hindu scripture, the Bhagavad-Gita… “Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.”
—Robert Oppenheimer, The Decision to Drop the Bomb, 1965