(art shamelessly stolen from myself)
So a friend told me after watching Captain America: The Winter Soldier, she was really interested in seeing more of Bucky, especially in the comics, so I put together this guide for her, although I figure it benefits anyone else who might be curious about Bucky in the comics but doesn’t know where to start!
I’ve compiled every issue of any comics in the Marvel universe that Bucky has appeared in (that I know of) since his 2006 debut as the Winter Soldier, and I’ve also written a text doc explaining what order to read the issues in and how important they are, as well as to provide context for certain events.
If you’re interested, it’s split up into two .rar files which can be downloaded here:
I hope people find this useful, enjoy!
hi there! i’m going to publish this since i’ve gotten asks about it in the past, and it’ll be nice to have something to link to in the future
i had a really weird start in linguistics – it was a (lucky) combination of starting french i while taking spanish iii (and wondering how and why there are so many similarities), and one of my friends telling me her teacher’s anecdotes about dialectology. that was my junior year of high school, so when undergrad applications rolled around the next year, i applied as a ling major, and when i took my first ling class i knew it was the field for me.
the really important part of looking at linguistics programs (which i didn’t know about and got really lucky in my school choice) is knowing what a school’s concentration/focus is – do they do a lot of sociolinguistics? or psycholinguistics? or generative grammar? are you interested in syntax or semantics? or dialect studies? or language acquisition?
if you figure out which area of linguistics you’re most inclined towards, it’ll looking at schools easier. linguistlist is a really great resource! they have a really cool search function that lets you look at schools by region, subfield, and language specialty. from there you can check out the department’s website (this was my school, for example) and that should have a list of courses and faculty and requirements for the major, etc.
remember that you can always reach out to a school’s ling department – emailing the department head can be super stressful but it can give you some great insight as to what you can expect from their program.
i hope this helps!!
WIKIPEDIA MONSTER COMPILATION PAGES FOR PEOPLE
- japanese creatures
- greek creatures
- creatures organised by type
- creatures listed by letter
- humanoid creatures
- filipino creatures
- chinese creatures
- 'fearsome critters'
- beings referred to as fairies
- creatures that pretend to be human
- a page on therianthropic creatures
- hybrid creatures
- extraterrestrial creatures
- a page of mythology page links
- a section of folklore page links
- flying creatures
- theological demons
- fictional species lists
- mythology related lists
- legendary creature related lists
- Supernatural soundtrack season 1 - part 1
- Supernatural soundtrack season 1 - part 2
- Supernatural soundtrack season 2
- Supernatural soundtrack season 3
- Supernatural soundtrack season 4
- Supernatural soundtrack season 5
- Supernatural soundtrack season 6
- Supernatural soundtrack season 7
Let me know if there are any broken links, and I’ll fix them!
aka journey into misery
A step by step guide to dressing up as a 13 year old boy, because you knew sooner or later your life would lead up to this.