|Reviews for Nuking the Stars|
| Lightening sparks chapter 2 . 1/21
Nice start, please continue, enjoying this so far
| abitherabii chapter 7 . 4/5/2013
This was so good! You write amazingly :)
Thanks for posting 3 xxx
| abitherabii chapter 6 . 4/5/2013
This was a great bonding chapter! I loved the bit at the end with Barton and Romanoff :) It was so cute! 3 Thanks for posting xxx
| StarksViolet chapter 4 . 3/9/2013
Nice incorporation of old memories. Tony Stark is a very deep and complex character and not many fics do him justice without either overdoing it or skimming over it entirely. Well done
| StarksViolet chapter 3 . 3/9/2013
Very nice. As before, the language is brilliant. Love the use of banner in this story.
| StarksViolet chapter 2 . 3/9/2013
Very deep and descriptive. Love the imagery which was so eloquently portrayed. Brilliant!
| Gamebird chapter 7 . 1/6/2013
Woo-hoo! I'm really seeing the link-up between this story and "Smashed Heart". Love it!
| Gamebird chapter 6 . 12/31/2012
You do a great job of showing what leadership is. It's not getting out in front barking orders, or standing behind cracking a whip. It's understanding your people, being a mentor, asking hard questions, taking risks, pushing your people to take risks, and supporting them when risks don't pan out. You do great with Cap. And with all the characters, but especially Cap.
I really enjoyed this. Hope you have a good New Year!
| Avengers Fan chapter 5 . 12/22/2012
This story is amazing! I really really like it and can't wait till the next chapter! :D
| Gamebird chapter 5 . 12/16/2012
I read something a while back that people who were on the healthier end of the mental health spectrum were faster to ask for and avail themselves of help - therapists, psychologists, etc. - than people on the less healthy end. Healthy people tended to realize 'this is a momentary aberration; I can be better than this; I'm able to trust these people to help me.' Whereas unhealthy people tended to wallow, thinking their problem was an inseparable part of who they were and that it was beyond help.
Since then, I've realized that characters in drama tend to be on the unhealthy end. Even among heroes, it's rare for a character to be allowed to grow past a mental or behavioral issue and become a well-adjusted human being. Seeing the rest of the Avengers responding with empathy and support is really awesome. Even in fanfiction, I think it's a rare thing.
Thank you so much for writing!
| Gamebird chapter 4 . 12/8/2012
I'm fascinated to see how this links up to the rest of Turquoise! You write the characters so well. The Starks are like the Rockefellers, just with fewer kids to divvy up the estate between.
| Wolf of Summer chapter 4 . 12/6/2012
This is really interesting. I like how you have the dreams at the beginning unraveling a bit more of Tony's time in space each chapter. I also like the idea of an avengers mansion, want to huggle Steve for trying not to intrude, and slap Clint for being insensitive. But that's just me.
ANYWAY, I'm looking forward to more from you! Please don't take too long to update and keep up the good work!
| Spaceangel77 chapter 2 . 11/17/2012
Wow this is great i'm awaiting the next chapter
| dancingthrough chapter 2 . 11/9/2012
Ahh drinking, both the a problem and a solution :-)
| Gamebird chapter 2 . 10/31/2012
That ... had to be a pretty rattling event, all right. I wish we saw more in the comic book movies where the heroes had moments to be human and emotional about the overwhelming crap the plot usually throws at them. I know they're supposed to be super-badass-heroic folks who can bear up under anything, but I'd cheer them on more if I saw them being vulnerable or agitated or struggling in the face of the enormity of the stuff they have to deal with. I mean, the **whole freaking planet** might ride on what they do. I like seeing some humanity in my heroes and you do a great job of filling in where the movies skimped.