Today is Captain America - Steve Rogers birthday!
Thank you Omar (Captain America) for collaborating on this awesome tribute and to Stefan for the edit.
Steve Rogers is my favorite Marvel character. He represents everything American; everything good and true. I did a gender bend photo shoot in honor of his birthday.
All photos and edits by me.
End of Season 2, Peggy leaves New York for Los Angeles.
Season two is set in 1947, approximately six months to a year following the events of the first, with the time jump made to show "people are in a little bit different positions, and things have happened between these seasons that we maybe don't know about." Fazekas noted that "the challenge" for the season was to find a way to reunite Carter with Edwin Jarvis since he is "not an agent....that's a really important relationship, how do we keep them together?...The nice thing about Peggy this season is she's not having to hide her agenda from the SSR. Jarvis is helping her out, just in a different way." Elaborating on the SSR's role in the season, Fazekas explained that when Markus and McFeely created the organisation for Captain America: The First Avenger it was inspired by the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), which was "somewhat disbanded after the war, because it was created because of World War II. So now that the war is over, things are changing. And in real history, the OSS sort of became the CIA and some of its other functions went under other departments. There's a little bit of change going on within SSR and so Thompson [is now the New York SSR chief, but he] has a boss [in Vernon Masters] that's going to be saying, "Look, things are changing, and you need to look out for yourself."" The season also sees Daniel Sousa promoted to the chief of the Los Angeles SSR office.
Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow, confronts the darker parts of her ledger when a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past arises. Pursued by a force that will stop at nothing to bring her down, Natasha must deal with her history as a spy, and the broken relationships left in her wake long before she became an Avenger.
Cosplay can get EXPENSIVE. I decided to add accessories for a Black Widow cosplay and here I'm making my own bullet cuffs.
The fringed squawkers I found at Dollar Tree in the party section. I bought 2 packs.
Once you remove the cellophane fringe, you're left with "bullets". They're white plastic and in order for the gold to show well, I painted them red first. Once they dry, paint them metallic gold. I used acrylics, but you can spray paint them.
Glue the bullets onto a wrist band, mine are cut from foam sheets. Add electrical tape to the base of the bullets. Add a velcro closure and voila, your Black Widow wrist cuffs are ready for action!
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".