Meanwhile, post Civil War or Civil War inspired tales I am interested in include:
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Margaret Carter, who was called Peggy Carter by most everyone except her mother, and who was Pegs to a few close friends, did indeed find something interesting to do, because she was cleverer than most and sharp witted and also exceeding stubborn.
This is Peggy Carter's war story.
Peggy needs Howard's help to get into a ball and stop a nefarious scheme. Meanwhile, Harold Spark finds himself indebted to Betty Carver.
She’ll prove Howard Stark is innocent, and she’ll prove her worth in the meantime. And if she needs a butler from time to time, then that’s a necessary means to an end.
Edwin Jarvis learns to navigate in the wake of Steve Rogers.
(Slight spoilers for episodes 1.06 and 1.07)
I live again.
Haymitch learned interview strategy the hard way.
Dottie Underwood has been spotted again. Now they just have to find her.
Effie, Katniss, the Districts and the Capitol.
When the Traders come in sight of the Citadel, Toast feels hope for the first time since she heard the screams begin, and it feels like claws in her chest. Even across the miles of yellow sand, with the heat-haze shivering the horizon, she can see the shocking smear of green atop the rocks. Life.
“Do you see what I see?” breathes The Dag, pressing her face closer to the tinted window. Her voice is hoarse, and her too-pale skin has scorched an ugly red where she has sat too close to the glass. They are none of them ready for this topside life, not in any respect; nothing in the teachings of Squirrel or Miriam or The Magdalen prepared them for this.
“Mirage,” says Toast, crushing the seeds of hope in her heart. “It isn’t real.”
“Water,” says Cheedo, following their gaze. Bruising mottles her face with vivid purple and green. She hasn’t spoken in three days.
“It’s nothing,” Toast snarls, because it is better to be numb than to feel hope here at the end of the world.
Angharad frowns at her, and cards long fingers through Cheedo’s dusty hair.
“It’s water,” she says.
(Toast-centric backstory for the wives.)
She goes to Barry, once, after Ivan. After everything.
Kim waits outside of Judge Murray's courtroom for Jimmy to arrive.
If China taught Darla nothing, it was that a little sentiment remained in her, like the last mouthful of blood that remained stubbornly in the vein, thick and bitter.