A true warrior.
I can’t believe he defeated Mr.Incredible
I love how he fuckin fuckin STOMPS on Fred Flintstone
which avenger is this?
THE INCREDIBLE TALON!!! FEAR HIS MIGHTY CLAWS AND HIS MIGHTY BEAK!!! HIS STRENGTH IS UNMATCHED EVEN THAT OF MR. INCREDIBLE CAN NOT STAND UP TO HIS AWESOME MIGHT!!
That's not assassination it's slaughter. It only becomes assassination when people put their dignity and their past in a balance and removes one. Then loads the importance and the sin to kill someone, but slaughter is different. The one who dies is a human being, but the killer has no such dignity and ceases to be a human
This scene will forever give me shivers
THE most underrated scene in the entire movie. It was perfect. And do you know how often I see gif sets of it? This is the second one I’ve seen since the movie came out (It’s been over 5 months, now).
So let’s just pause for a moment from reblogging gifs of Tony’s sass, Loki’s sex appeal, or Bruce’s fluffiness and just appreciate this nameless, old, German guy and how, even though he knew he would probably die, he stood up to a tyrant to prove that the human race wouldn’t give up their freedom so easily.
emily why the fuck you think it necessary to give me these feels
Seeing as that took place in Germany, think that there’s no better place that that scene could have taken place in. Givin’ the time frame, he or his parents could have easily lived through WWII. They bowed to a tyrant once; Never again.
Learn from your elders people- let him be an example.
Actually, you know what’s really fun about this scene? The German man is actually calling Loki on his shit in a way wholly unintended. Because I believe Loki justifies a lot of his behaviour by his upbringing, that he’s allowed to become this terrible looming shadow of his golden brother because he is a monster in truth. Loki is not of Asgard, not truly; he is Jotunn, he is the monster he was taught to fear. And here he is, revelling in that, being the monster he was born to be before Odin slipped the cruel glamour of civility over his true self.
“There are no men like me,” he says, this monster loosed upon the world his own biological father failed to conquer at the time of his cursed birth.
And then this old man stands up amongst the kneeling cattle and calls him a man.
No excuses now, buddy. He sees right through you, whether he understands how deeply or not.
"There are always men like you” - evil is not unique, or new or absolute. It’s always going to appear, make itself known and try to gain power. Nothing Loki is doing is revolutionary or groundbreaking, he’s fulfilling a role that’s always been in place and will continue to be filled long after he’s gone. Evil will always stand alongside good but it won’t prevail so long as good makes itself known too. The man understands that Loki isn’t the first or last evil, and even if he gains control now, it won’t mean forever. He knew that letting Loki know his time in the spotlight is fleeting, would be the cruelest insult. Tyrants don’t want to think about their downfall and this man reminded Loki of his before he’d even begun. Basically, Loki got told.