Aug 28 2014 20:04 695 notes

hawxkeye:

mcu meme - 5/8 characters; colonel james rhodes/iron patriot

If you want this suit, you’re going to have to pry my cold dead body out of it.

Aug 24 2014 16:17 62 notes

Aug 19 2014 14:13 2,267 notes

vylla-art:

Punk!Rhodey for Greatmoustachesploosh!

Aug 12 2014 7:02 232 notes

sassyrocket:

make me choose

thezhenger asked: “Pepper or Rhodey?”

Aug 7 2014 12:37

Anonymous
Is there no way to get to page 2 of the blog without manually typing the url in?

There is.  I’m sorry.  Because of my poorly chosen colors and background, its just hard to see.  Its right under the info on the right side.   the number and button to press are grey.  i’ll try to fix this later today.  I always forget to fix this when i get a chance

Aug 1 2014 12:29 8 notes

gordon1995:

Unjustly cancelled comics: 2003’s The Crew by Christopher Priest is a follow on from the writers previous Black Panther run and contains a number of characters from said run. The basic plot sees James “Rhodey” Rhodes set out to avenge the death of his sister, this brings him to Little Mogadishu a area of New York that makes the MU version of Hells Kitchen seem like a picnic. Here Rhodey encounters Kevin Cole the then current White Tiger, Junta, a human “gravity well” and Josiah X, Muslim Minister and son of Isaiah Bradley “the black Capitan America.”
Tone wise the series starts out in a fairly dark place, our heroes being fairly self serving and initially only working together due to the machinations of Rhodey. However “The Crew” is not yet another gritty super hero comic, Instead like Priest’s run on Black Panther it is an examination of what it means to be a hero and in the end the fundamental heroic nature of the four leads shine through.
Recommended for fans of among other things Frank Millers run on Daredevil, matching it’s mixture of urban crime along with more fantastical threat, Heroes for Hire as one of the primary focus is the characters relationships with one and other and people who want something good to read in general. 

gordon1995:

Unjustly cancelled comics: 2003’s The Crew by Christopher Priest is a follow on from the writers previous Black Panther run and contains a number of characters from said run. The basic plot sees James “Rhodey” Rhodes set out to avenge the death of his sister, this brings him to Little Mogadishu a area of New York that makes the MU version of Hells Kitchen seem like a picnic. Here Rhodey encounters Kevin Cole the then current White Tiger, Junta, a human “gravity well” and Josiah X, Muslim Minister and son of Isaiah Bradley “the black Capitan America.”

Tone wise the series starts out in a fairly dark place, our heroes being fairly self serving and initially only working together due to the machinations of Rhodey. However “The Crew” is not yet another gritty super hero comic, Instead like Priest’s run on Black Panther it is an examination of what it means to be a hero and in the end the fundamental heroic nature of the four leads shine through.

Recommended for fans of among other things Frank Millers run on Daredevil, matching it’s mixture of urban crime along with more fantastical threat, Heroes for Hire as one of the primary focus is the characters relationships with one and other and people who want something good to read in general. 

Aug 1 2014 12:27 49 notes

panels-of-interest:

War Machine vs. Iron Patriot.

[from War Machine (2009) #9]

Jul 31 2014 20:37 37 notes

supremethunders:

suit up

supremethunders:

suit up

Jul 30 2014 17:03 65 notes

leonhardmccoy:

Just say it next time.  What are you afraid of? 
Iron Patriot #1 and #5

Jul 24 2014 0:36 266 notes

hackedmotionsensors:

for no reason here’s some smooches with Rhodey and Tony ahah

hackedmotionsensors:

for no reason here’s some smooches with Rhodey and Tony ahah