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August 6th, 2014

I blame Victor Hugo @ 05:56 pm

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As if the Rocket/Groot feels of the movie weren’t enough ship feels for one fandom/segment-of-the-marvel-verse, I have now read Thanos Imperative.

People on my dash/flist who have been reading these comics all along, why didn’t you tell me there was an “If you will permit it”/”I’m glad you’re with me, Sam, here at the end of all things”/Bolivian Army Ending pairing I could have been shipping? (okay, with somebody who doesn’t show up in the movie, but still.)

"And then they died holding hands/fighting off enemies back-to-back" is my shipping kryptonite.

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From:gnine
Date:August 18th, 2014 11:19 pm (UTC)
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...okay, I gotta ask (cause I rather love those relationships as well) I know both the "here at the end of all things" and Bolivian Army, but what's the "if you will permit it" from?

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