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The Avengers cast at the 86th Annual Academy Awards.
Stark Tower serves as the head office for Stark Industries. It is comprised of some of the most advanced technology in the world and is built with nigh indestructible materials. Every wall both interior and exterior is made of Vibranium reinforced concrete, the windows too are virtually indestructible. The Tower comprises of ninety-three floors in total. The entire building is powered by an arc reactor and its electronic systems are maintained by J.A.R.V.I.S.
- Roof: The Quinjet is located up there. Other VTOL planes are able to land on the roof with proper clearance. After the Manhattan Incident, should there be another attack; a protection dome made out of In material covers the top of Stark Tower, protecting the citizens from letting anything dangerous from letting loose on the streets of New York City.
- Hangar: This floor is the hangar for the Avengers’ Quinjet, a storage space and machine shop to repair the Quinjet. The Quinjet rests on a platform that sits under the hatch located on the roof.
- 93rd Floor: This floor is considered to be the Avengers’ actual headquarters. It contains computer banks, a communications center and a briefing room. When not at S.H.I.E.L.D. many of the Avengers meet here to discuss plans and tactics.
- 92nd Floor: Contains more living areas.
- 91st Floor: Contains the Avengers’ living quarters. There are suites for the members and several guest rooms for the other Avenger members and extended family, dining and living areas. Contains the following arrangement:
Living Room: This area is where the Avengers can meet and just relax. It does have a communication device.
Main Conference Room: The tops floor contains the Main Conference Room where the Avengers are able to meet and plan about various things dealing with them.
- 90th – 88th Floors: These two floors consist of Tony Stark’s living quarters. Only he has access to the floors.
- 87th Floor: The Hall of Armors is located on this floor, while it is different from the one that Tony has at his home, it contains many of his more recent models.
- 86th Floor: This floor houses Tony Stark’s personal office along with his workshop.
- 85th– 75th Floors: The ten floors below the couples’ living quarters are for R&D.
- 74th – 69th Floors: The five floors below R & D are the various laboratories ranging from Aerodynamics to Biochemical evolution.
- 68th – 65th Floors: These three floors are used for Beta Testing Stark engineered inventions.
- 64th Floor: This floor is dedicated to Conference Halls. In total there are three conference Halls, two are for Design Exhibitions and a Main Hall for Board meetings.
- 63rd Floor: Recreation and Leisure Areas are located on this floor.
- 62nd Floor: This Floor contains the Cafeteria, kitchen, and newly built recreation area with a couch, television, video games, and a chessboard; built in memory of Edward Allen.
- 61st – 60th Floors: Human Resources and Public Relations make up these two floors.
- 59th – 1st Floor: The various offices make up the business end and cover the first fifty-nine floors of Stark Industries.
- Lobby: The ground floor of Stark Tower is the reception area for Stark Enterprises. The reception room is filled with hidden scanners to scan visitors. If visitors are hostile, alarms are sounded. Depending on the threat level, appropriate security measures are then taken. Threat Level Alpha contacts the Avengers.
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It’s a different world now. There are superheroes and aliens and gods running rampant-but what do a bunch of 20 year olds know about that?
This is before anyone had heard of ‘The Calavry,’ before Nick Fury lost an eye and before the Avengers were even an idea.
This is when they were Phil, Mel, Tori and Nick: SHIELD recruits, newly minted field agents, bane of Peggy Carter’s existence.
This is Agents of SHIELD, the prequel.
SHIELD agents are made, not born.
doors open from both sides
Q: How many SHIELD agents does it take to figure out the Tesseract?
That look in the last screencap is 100% “Christ, I’m an ex-carnie who didn’t graduate from high school and even I figured that out.”
Dr. Strange’s nightshirt is fantastic.
[From New Avengers #26, 2007.]
That’s not Dr. Strange. It’s MIKE FRANKS FROM NCIS!!!
I mean, who else would you go to if you were “dead” LOL
AHAHAHA it totally is, oh my god.
Franks: Found you a probie, Jethro.
Gibbs: I don’t need a probie, Mike.
Clint: I don’t actually want to be a —
Gibbs: *headslap* shut up, probie.
Tony Stark inspired by his ‘superfriends’