Chris and Sebastian @ Comic Con 2013 x

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he’s a stranger to some
and a vision to none

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Winter soldier doodle..


Prep him.

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During the Cold War, there was a theory that one agent in the right place, at the right time, with the right skills, could be more effective than an army. It was the Cold War, after all, and that’s how it was fought. In the shadows, behind enemy lines. I should know, I lived through a lot of it. And she lived through it all.

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The more I see comparison gifs like these, the more I think - you don’t carve the out the person and leave the skills - that is not what they did at all. They kept everything of the person (even gave him some more skills) and took the memories.  What you have left is a being who is a hunter, who is a killer, who is loyal, who is protective, who is sassy and talks back, etc, and who is up for grabs.  Without the memories to inform WHO to protect, WHO to be loyal to, WHO (and what) it is worth killing for, they can manipulate the character traits into being protective of them, of being loyal to them, of killing for them.  

In some respects, that may be even worse, when he regains his memories.  Because everything he did as Winter Soldier is still him.  He can not look at those events and say - that was not me - because it was.  He was not a robot acting on programming - he was him, acting on false information.  


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for a star to be born, there is one thing that must happen: a gaseous nebula must collapse.

so collapse.
this is not your destruction.

this is your b i r t h . (x)

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tragedy: a curious art form (pt. 1)

↳ why does tragedy exist?

Why are you doing this? Why?

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