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fieldbears:

The more I look at this the more I think we need to pay a lot of attention to how Bucky’s styled.

The people doing the costumes for this film know what they’re doing. They know WAY more than us on who these characters are and where they’re headed - and when they got all of forty seconds to show us a glimpse into who Steve and Bucky used to be, look at the suit they put Bucky in.

Until this we’ve never seen Bucky in his own clothes. (We’ve seen his Sergeant uniform in the alley, then his filthy torture victim outfit which can’t possibly count, and then the iconic blue coat, and then the WS gear.)

For this scene, the costumers could have put him in a decently fitted white shirt, black jacket, black slacks, and a tie. Something nondescript but appropriate for a funeral that a poor guy could put together from his closet. We still would have seen the incredible disparity between the two characters (Steve small and weak and poorly dressed for his own mother’s funeral, Bucky tall and broad and healthy and less pitiful looking.) But we don’t just get Bucky in a suit, we get Bucky in this suit, with no visible wear or tear, the slick vest, all of it. He looks really well put-together, and that suit doesn’t look like the kind that he goes dancing in or something, or even wears to work, wherever that may be. That’s a sober suit you wear to a funeral. Bucky has the means to have a suit which is specifically for somber occasions.

It goes without saying that Bucky’s backstory is going to deviate from the comics because, well, he’s Steve’s age and they’re growing up together. He’s not growing up on base. Bucky saying “my folks”; it sounds like both his parents are alive. (His mom might have remarried, but again, we’ve got 40 seconds to establish these two characters in this time period and the writers chose to have Bucky mention “his folks”.)

But I think the suit is the biggest thing for me. I think this is a signal that fandom’s assumption that they’re *both* growing up in poverty might be wrong. We’re gonna get Jossed on some stuff (ha) if we don’t pay attention to this scene.

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sashayed:

French Horn Rebellion | "Dancing Out"

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Ocarina of Time - Gerudo Valley

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apocalypsecanceled:

grifter, hacker, hitter, thief //

stacker pentecost feels like an old man sometimes, the triplets and mako getting underfoot everywhere he turns. their base gets a little crowded, six of them all jostling for space and bandwidth, but when a job starts, he never doubts that he’s assembled the best team in the industry.

all of them can grift, but experience is a brutal teacher and no one thinks as fast on their feet as stacker does. acting as control tower and inside man isn’t always easy, but tendo can handle himself and keep the team in order when their leader goes offline. after all, he’s been in the business almost as long as stacker has.

sometimes one or two of the weis stick to him on a job. security for the wealthy businessman with interests in hong kong, or ambitious young CEOs making a splash in asian markets— stacker as their foothold into the west. they speak english, mandarin, cantonese and japanese fluently; enough korean to fool the vast majority of their marks.

twins, stacker will say. clever young men, tight with their money but generous when the offer is right. you know how quickly china’s been growing; the spirit of entrepreneurship is alive and well, you see.

whatever brothers aren’t stuck in the field with pentecost (sometimes it’s one of them, sometimes it’s all of them) back mako up.

not that she needs it. mako hasn’t met a building, an office, a museum, a bank, safe, vault or office that could keep her out. getting in is easy; getting out isn’t always as simple, but that’s when stacker lets the boys go wild. they get bored when things go according to plan anyway.

as for stacker— well, he considers himself a bit of a modern-day robin hood. they have one rule: kaiju targets only. the members of this particular criminal organization have bases everywhere from canberra to silicon valley, the company itself founded by some white guy with a little too much interest in old japanese monster movies.

but what it comes down to is that prime marks are are greedy, arrogant and rich—kaiju operatives fit the bill perfectly.

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come on caps i know my uniform is pimp as fuck but you guys don’t have to be jealous

come on caps i know my uniform is pimp as fuck but you guys don’t have to be jealous

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asofteravenger:

open sesame

The last two panels should really be reversed…

asofteravenger:

open sesame

The last two panels should really be reversed…

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