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Title: Hawkeye Does America
Characters: America/Kate, Clint, Lucky
Wordcount: 6849
Summary: Kate Bishop, a.k.a. Hawkeye, is the greatest sharpshooter known to man — yeah, even better than that other guy. This is what happens when she hits the Mother Road.

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07 July 2016
Six more books I would make happen as Marvel Editor-in-Chief:

Force Works
Jeremy Whitley & Ming Doyle

The next generation of Iron Men is here… or make that… Iron Women!? Join Riri Williams (a.k.a. IRON MAN), Toni Ho (a.k.a. IRON PATRIOT), and Lila Rhodes (a.k.a. WAR MACHINE) as they argue about the best distribution of Linux, ignore the advice of mentor Suzi Endo, and gear up to take on the world’s most wanted. And when Tony Stark returns from his relaxing vacation on Consistent Characterization Island, he has a problem only the newest incarnation of the Illuminati can solve… Guest starring Valeria Richards!

Kathryn Immonen & Aaron Lopresti

Quaint term your mom uses for her college buddies or indicator of two women in a romantic relationship? It’s up to you to decide as life partners Carol Danvers and Jessica Drew take on the world hand-in-hand. Join Captain Marvel and Spider-Woman as they (platonically?) plan a life, raise a kid, and assemble Ikea furniture together – and somehow find time for coffee dates in between thwarting Earth’s biggest threats!

Galactus, Herald of Franklin
Matt Fraction & Kenneth Rocafort

Universal scourge Galactus is getting by with a little help from his friends – Franklin Richards and Franklin Richards! When Franklin Richards travels back to the past to spend time with his younger self, he doesn’t expect his future partner-in-crime to follow him, but Galactus isn’t about to let Franklin and Franklin have all the fun! And when Franklin and Franklin accidentally create a pocket universe populated entirely by shrimp, Galactus’s hunger might be the only solution…

Val ‘n’ Victor
Jonathan Hickman & Stephanie Hans

Valeria Richards and Uncle Doom are up to no good… or are they? Even supergeniuses need time to relax, and that’s why Val ‘n’ Victor start their quest to sample ice cream from all fifty of NOW Magazine’s top ice creameries. Follow Marvel’s most strangely charming avuncular duo as they ponder the mysteries of life, the universe, and everything over two scoops of their favorite flavor in this comic guaranteed to be short on action and long on dialogue!

Honey, I Corrupted the Kids
Marguerite Bennett & David Lopez

Why do the Richards children keep adopting supervillains? Marvel powerhouse Sue Storm and her husband Noodle Husband are on the case! Plus, join Sue as she investigates why Noodle Husband’s hugs are the best and also the creepiest. You won’t want to miss the book called “face-slappingly satisfying” by Readers Against Namor and “kind of okay” by critics everywhere!

Luke Cage: Baby Holder
Al Ewing & Brittney Williams

It’s tough work, but someone has to appear in the background panels of Jessica Jones’s comic to hold the baby, and Power Man is the man for the job! When he isn’t fighting crime with his BFF, Luke Cage is looking to be the best dad out there – and he knows that means keeping Danielle out-of-the-way but still visible lest readers forget case-crackin’ P.I. Jessica Jones also has a husband and kid. Hailed as “Marvel’s most sedentary series”, this is the ground-breaking run that dares to revolve around handsome men cuddling cute babies!
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12 June 2016
Here are six books I would make happen if I supplanted Axel Alonso at Marvel.

Tony Stark: Iron Man
Kelly Sue DeConnick & David Marquez

You asked for it and we answered – here’s an intense study of Tony Stark as he tinkers with his armor, banters with his A.I., and engineers a better filing system! Noted for its close attention to character continuity, this is the book that dares to put Tony’s demons to rest so he can finally get a good night’s sleep and I can stop worrying about him. Features a mysterious girlfriend who may or may not be a resurrected Rumiko Fujikawa and introduces Lila Rhodes as Tony’s protégé. James Rhodes appears in alternating issues!

Gambit and Storm vs. the World
Marjorie Liu & Kris Anka

In an effort to reconnect with an old friend, Ororo Munroe takes some time off from the X-Men to help Remy Lebeau with the start-up cat shelter he runs out of an abandoned Catholic church. When one of the cats goes missing, it’s up to Ororo, Remy, and guest-star Laura Kinney to track the feline to a sinister location… (Spoiler alert: the cat is unharmed!)

Captain Marvel Team-Up
Greg Rucka & Valerio Schiti

Carol Danvers is traveling the country to revisit her past and reclaim her lost memories – and it looks like she’s going to need some help! Watch as she works with Ms. Marvel, Wolverine, War Machine, Hulkling, and more to stop evil, do good, and break every speed record on the books. Did we mention that each issue ends with Carol splitting a tub of ice cream with her guest-star as they celebrate how great it feels to heal from emotional trauma? You better believe it!

Foggy Nelson, Avocado at Law
Mark Waid & Fiona Staples

Join Foggy Nelson, Marvel’s most decent attorney, as he takes on the biggest case of his life: convincing his best friend to listen to him! It’s an uphill battle, but someone’s gotta persuade Matt Murdock that his office doesn’t have to be at the bottom of an abandoned elevator shaft – and Foggy, armed with forgiveness, self-care packages, and the number of a good therapist, is just the guy to do it!

War Machine Rox
Ales Kot & Marcio Takara

Jim Rhodes, a.k.a. WAR MACHINE, is finally taking back the respect he deserves! This ground-breaking series challenges Rhodey to outfly and outgun Earth’s biggest threats while still making enough time to give the Young Avengers flight lessons and bake his niece a birthday cake. And is that the president asking Rhodey to put together his own hand-picked task force? You’ll find out in one of the next eighty issues!

Hawkeye Does America
Chelsea Cain & Annie Wu

Kate Bishop (Hawkeye, not Hawkguy) roams the country in her convertible while righting wrongs, sampling regional cocktails, and flirting aggressively with Miss America (Chavez, that is). Guest-stars Clint Barton (Hawkguy, not Hawkeye) and Pizza Dog in a sporadic backup feature where they call Kate for advice on how to complete basic household tasks!
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Tony, Carol, and their ongoing argument over who Rhodey loves the most.

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22 September 2015
Listen to me: the world is ready for an AU with Kate Bishop as Princess Leia and America Chavez as Han Solo

and if the world isn’t ready, I sure as hell am.
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Title: High Flight
Pairing: Carol/Rhodey, implied Tony/Steve
Wordcount: 7k
Summary: In the absence of memory, Carol learns about falling.
Notes: I've always wanted to know more about the period between Carol losing her memories and the Avengers flying off to fight the Builders; this is an attempt to explore that microcosm, although it plays fast and loose with the timeline and ignores all the stuff I don't care about (like Frank Gianelli—sorry, Frank). Title, excerpts, and inspiration all come courtesy of John Gillespie Magee, Jr., who wrote the poem High Flight. Magee was an RCAF officer who died in 1941, when his Spitfire collided with another plane. Beta work comes courtesy of Lotte, who is a totally delightful human being and also pretty excellent at spelling.

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Title: Excelsior
Characters: Carol Danvers (implied Carol/Rhodey)
Wordcount: 1600
Notes: Written for Not Prime Time 2014, with many thanks to Lotte for her help. No cars were harmed in the making of this story.
Summary: Carol Danvers, a coffeehouse, and an exclusive.

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26 January 2014
So I've fallen down into the black pit of movieverse Sif/Loki, but I've sort of been thinking lately that Loki's most interesting foil isn't Sif or even Thor; in a lot of ways, it's really how he interacts with Natasha that reveals the most about him. (Also interesting is that while I think Natasha is Loki's strongest foil, he isn't hers - that accolade probably has to go to Bruce Banner.)

Of primary interest to the person who writes Loki but doesn't want to write Loki apology are two questions: "Is Loki a misogynist?" and, "Can Loki be redeemed?" We've gotta look to Black Widow for the answers.

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I think it's time to admit this story is deeeaaaaaad.

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Title: Live Kree or Die
Characters: Carol/Jessica, F!Tony/Steve
Summary: Baby cages. They're a real thing. Do you doubt the spectacular Spider-Woman?
Notes: As of last week, I have held a baby, so I'm pretty qualified to write this thing. Sequel to Clint Barton, Boy Detective. Title by Kurt Busiek, ringtone by Nerf Herder, panel courtesy of New Avengers Vol. 1.

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30 May 2012
Title: Anyone Else But Me (3/?)
Fandom: Avengers (2012)
Characters: Tony/Steve, Pepper
Summary: Pepper was starting to think that Captain America and Iron Man deserved each other. Or: That's how America does it.
Notes: And we're back! Previous chapters have been edited slightly to allow for the movie, although a couple of things may still be out of sync with the events of the film. Oops. I imagine I will someday again write a story with a plot, but for now I'm afraid it's all robots and shenanigans.

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Title: Clint Barton, Boy Detective
Characters: Clint/Natasha, F!Tony/Steve, awesome cameo by Captain Marvel
Summary: The Avengers are getting a team pet.
Notes: I am so sorry.

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16 October 2011
Title: Anyone Else But Me (2/?)
Fandom: The Avengers (2012)
Characters: Pepper, Tony/Steve
Summary: Pepper was starting to think that Captain America and Iron Man deserved each other. Or: That's how America does it.

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28 July 2011
Title: Anyone Else But Me (1/?)
Fandom: The Avengers (2012)
Characters: Pepper, Tony/Steve
Summary: Pepper was starting to think that Captain America and Iron Man deserved each other. Or: That's how America does it.
Notes: Written for a kink meme. Fondue is just cheese and bread, my friends!

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19 October 2010
Title: Raise It Up
Characters: Jessica Jones, Kate Bishop, Danielle Cage
Summary: She isn't obligated, she just...likes the kid, that's all.
Notes: For the prompt "Kate Bishop & Jessica Jones, I am not a role model" at [ profile] heroines_fest. This story, idk, idk.

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Title: Costumes Optional, Reservations Required
Characters: Jessica Drew/Carol Danvers
Summary: A slice of superheroine life: Carol and Jessica go on a date. Shameless, shameless fluff.
Notes: Written for the prompt "Carol Danvers/Jessica Drew, date night" at [ profile] heroines_fest. Set some nebulous period after Siege.

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