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Here we have an awesome Black Widow piece done by the extremely talented
A Not-So-Jolly Santa ParadeFandom: Tiger and BunnyA Not-So-Jolly Santa Parade by TiBun
Summary: The Heroes have a float in the Santa Parade, but "Santa" isn't quite up to it.
The snow fell and settled upon Kotetsu's shoulders as he tucked a gift wrapped box under his arm and hurried up the steps to the glass doors of the Hero TV building, his shoes sinking into the white sparkling blanket that had settled upon the ground. Shivering, he slipped inside and shook his shoulders to try and shrug off the snow before he removed his green scarf and warm coat.
"It's getting cold out there." He told the worker behind the counter who was taking everyone's coats to be hung up in a closet during the holiday party being hosted there.
"You're late" a sharp voice quipped in his ear, cutting off anything the intern might have said.
Standing by the door, scowl on his face and a tanned skinned, curly haired toddler at his hip, Barnaby Brooks Jr. watched as his partner wiggled his way into the building, the snow from his
I DoFandom: Tiger and BunnyI Do by TiBun
Summary: A wedding is supposed to be one of the happiest days in someone's life.
The warm spring breeze blew through Kotetsu's dark hair, shifting it against his forehead as he looked out at the blue skies.
"It's beautiful today," He smiled, reaching up to adjust his top hat that matched his tux, "Perfect for an outdoor wedding. And you were so worried that it would rain. Funny thing is, now I wish it would…"
He looked down at the grave stone he stood before, a sad look darkening his eyes, "I don't find much joy in the sunshine anymore…"
He laughed at himself and looked back up, "Maybe I'm cursed. I'm sorry, I wish we could go back and redo it…this time it could have been avoided… You could still be here with us… If I had been there with you—"
Kotetsu kneeled down and reached out, running his fingers over the engraved name: Barnaby Brooks Jr. before he leaned in,
Missed ChancesFandom: Tiger and BunnyMissed Chances by TiBun
Summary: Nothing could make his life more lonely. Nothing could make him regret never confessing his feelings—
-Or, so he thought.
Loneliness was something Antonio was used to. It was his daily life. Sure, he had friends, his fellow heroes to spend time with. But there was always the crushingly cold reality waiting for him at home. A dark apartment void of a family he could have had. A wife, perhaps, sitting in the kitchen with a nice dinner made and a lecture ready for any carelessness he'd shown on Hero TV. A handful of children running around, eager to greet their father when he got home… It was a dream he often had.
But he had another dream. A dream that, in reality, was the cause of his lack of a family waiting for him at home.
They had practically grown up together; he and Kotetsu. A passionate Japanese young man with beautiful tan skin and bright honey-brown eyes who had grown into his NEXT powers
Moving OnFandom:Tiger & BunnyMoving On by TiBun
Summary: The last thing Kotetsu expected was to realize that his feelings for his young partner Barnaby ran much deeper than friendship. Could he finally be ready to try for love again?
Kotetsu wasn't normally this distracted as he drove along the highway heading out of Sternbild City. His mind was always looking forward to his visit with his family and spending time with his daughter. She truly was the light of his world, but this time his mind wasn't on seeing her in person for the first time in far too long, but on what had happened just before he left.
A frown tugged at Kotetsu's lips as he shifted in his driver's seat, one hand on the top of the wheel, and the other scratching his cat-bearded chin.
He was a hero; Wild Tiger who worked closely with another one of the City's heroes; Barnaby Brooks Jr. Together they made up the first hero duo and partnership in saving the city, as they shared the exact same powers
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