Thank you to Littlemissromanoff for telling me which issue this was covered in (Fantastic Four: Dark Reign, issue 2) and Kigichi for finding the picture for me. Do you hear that, Superhusband fans? That’s the sound of Canons Firing!
WAIT. What is happening here? Context, please!
OKAY, OKAY, THIS POST HAS BEEN FRUSTRATING ME FOR LIKE HALF AN HOUR, AND THEN I GOT EVEN MORE FRUSTRATED BECAUSE THIS POST AND SO MANY OTHERS TRY TO CORRECT THIS PARTICULAR POST, BUT EVEN THEY ARE CORRECTING IT WRONG.
So let me clear something up here:
This is not fanart. This is a manip’d comic panel. Yes, this was a legitimate panel published by Marvel Comics, BUT it of course is not Steve and Tony. This panel has absolutely nothing to do with Earth-3490, where Tony was born Natasha Stark. I have no idea where people are making that connection.
The original panel is from Ultimates and it wasn’t Tony that Steve was kissing, it was Gail Richards in a flashback to the 1940s. For a little background, in Earth-1610 (Ultimates), Steve was engaged to Gail, but after he went under, Gail went on to marry Bucky and they had a family.
HERE IS THE ORIGINAL PANEL:
For the past weeks I’ve been feeling very sick again. This summer has been quite the catastrophe health-wise and left me very stressed when it comes to university and especially art. When I came home for holidays after an exhausting semester, I wanted to spend all of my time on trying to improve my art. There was so much I wanted to draw because I know there won’t be enough time for these things once holidays are over. Anyway, I got very frustrated when I noticed that I felt too sick to keep drawing and pretty much wasted several weeks that I could have spent practicing and improving. Everyday I kept beating myself up for not being able to pull myself together and just keep working as others do. Long story short - few days ago I was diagnosed with another chronic disease. It’s nothing too horrible, just another thing that I have to learn to deal with. I don’t even want to talk about it in particular, but there’s this thing that keeps bothering me as well as many other people out there. It’s this feeling that you’re being left behind in whatever you do because of your poor physical and/or mental health.