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Avengers Fanworks Search

  • Recommended by Pitac 89
  • Comments: Your standard fic finders comm on livejournal (a requirement for every fandom). It's good for if you've lost a fic or just want to wander through and see if anything interests you.


  • Recommended by error-cascade
  • Comments: All of this author's fics are high quality, character-driven (the plotting is excellent, although it is secondary in some pieces), and frankly, poetic. everythingispoetry has a lovely range in gen fics, different ships, oneshots and a 290k word series. This is a particularly good writer if you enjoy fics about psychological aftermath or mental health.


  • Recommended by hubakon1368
  • Comments: All of her fics, are really well made, have great character interactions and development, and well described scenes. She makes astounding fics that focus on the relationship between Clint Barton and Natasha Romanov and has even made entire rewrites of MCU installments that allow for more compelling plots and Character Development.
    • Has her own tropes page here.


  • Recommended by ferristhewheel
  • Comments: This guy's fics are simply amazing. He writes in many fandoms and does quite a lot of crossovers, but most, if not all, of them are written well. Nearly zero typos/grammatical, punctuation errors, and everything is well planned. There is plot, and it will mesmerize you.
    They've deleted all their fics because some unknown person copied and pasted their works to Goodreads without asking permission and seemingly repeatedly so. There's an entire Reddit thread about it. It evidently happened a couple of years ago, as that's how old the Reddit thread is.

    General Fics 
Checkmate by alizziema
  • Recommended by: polooglu
  • Status: Dead
  • Synopsis: Tony has been working on a rudimentary time-travel device since Ultron, and is able to send Peter Parker back in time just as Thanos snaps his fingers. Armed with the knowledge of the events of Infinity War, a middle-school aged Peter must rally a pre-Civil War Avengers in contacting the rest of their fellow heroes and properly preparing for the arrival of the Mad Titan.
  • Pairings: Pepper Potts/Tony Stark, Bruce Banner/Natasha Romanov, Clint Barton/Laura Barton
  • Comments: This one honestly feels like it could’ve been written as an actual Marvel Studios film. The voice of each character is captured perfectly, the team dynamic of the Avengers is fun and heartwarming, and focus is balanced nicely between the whole cast while never losing track of Peter as the main protagonist. The reactions of a 2015!Avengers to Peter and the foreknowledge he brings is interesting, and the pitch-perfect interactions between characters who have yet to meet in the movies (with the promise of more to come) is beyond entertaining.

The Adventures of Peter Parker and Shuri by aceschwarz222

  • Recommended by: Storygirl 000
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: T'Challa must spend two weeks at the Avengers Compound working on an agreement with Tony Stark in light of Wakanda opening its borders and resources. He brings along his sister, Shuri, who meets the equally nerdy Peter Parker.
  • Pairings: Tony/Pepper, Gamora/Peter Quill
  • Comments: Probably the best Peter-and-Shuri bonding fic that I've seen. Highly recommended (though at 74 chapters, it is a bit lengthy).

Assembly Line (or Why It's a Lot Harder than Steve Thought to Recruit New Members) by MsBrooklyn (link here)

  • Recommended by Bookworm Gal
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Synopsis: This is the ongoing tale of Captain America's attempt to recruit new Avengers from the masked do-gooders that have been cropping up in New York City, among other things. Daredevil? Sure. Spider-Man? Why not. Bucky? Of course. Deadpool? ...Maybe.
  • Comments: A series of stories that bring in all sorts of characters to interact with the Avengers. Whether that means characters like Daredevil and Jessica Jones or the version of Spider-man from the Ultimate comics, there is a decent chance they'll make an appearance. Furthermore, there is a half-decent version of the Clone Saga involved.
    • Seconded by anchor+chum. The first couple of stories in the series are very well done and stay within the MCU for the most part. Later installments leave the MCU far behind as the author brings in veritable waves of characters from both the comics and other superhero movies not part of the MCU (i.e. the X-men). It's not a bad choice, but if you are not familiar at all with the comics, you are likely to be very quickly lost. The series is on the whole well-written, with an engaging story, despite the character creep and universe-mixing.

Cardio by Oceanbreeze7

  • Recommended by fruitstripegum
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Challenge: A Fitness Exam...Tony Stark didn't do Fitness Exams. Tony wasn't weak, Tony lifted a 45 LBS Pipe Wrench with his left hand while he was DYING...Tony just didn't show off, that's different than being weak.

Chasing Ideal Series by Kizmet

  • Recommended by windleopard
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Following "Civil War" Team!Cap has to face the consequences of their actions. Meanwhile, Rhodes is rebuilding the Avengers, Pepper's having a baby, and unbeknownst to anyone Loki and Tony are getting ready to face Thanos.
  • Comments: A well written and very realistic look at the aftermath of Captain America: Civil War and the consequences of Team Cap's actions, as well as taking a different view of canon events like Age of Ultron. The writer is not afraid to go for the jugular, particularly when it comes to Wanda Maximoff and Steve Rogers. Also, one of the best depictions of a teenage Peter Parker I've ever seen.

Damaged Defenders by Sherza

  • Recommended by Mangagrl 2665
  • Status: Dead
  • Synopsis: {direct from Archive of Our Own} Thor takes a good look at Loki once he has hauled him back onto the quinjet, and realizes that there is something odd about Loki's eyes. Thor has grown and changed much in the last year, and no longer takes anything for granted. So he starts asking questions. It doesn't take long to figure out that Loki is not acting of his own free will. Tony Stark knows what it is to be forced to do as an enemy commands. Steve Rogers has seen the atrocities manipulative madmen are willing to commit. Clint, Logan, Bruce, and Natasha have been subjected to said madmen. They all know what it is to lose themselves and to seek redemption. Together, this band of broken heroes draws a line in the sand. They will not tolerate any tyrant, foreign or domestic. That includes Nick Fury and the WSC, who have used everyone on the team for their own aims. It includes Thaddeus 'Thunderbolt' Ross, who has hunted Bruce against all reason. It includes Odin, who treats his sons like commodities. And it includes Thanos, who has delusions of conquering Earth. Along the way, they learn to trust each other. They learn to help each other. They become a family.
  • Comments: This story crosses over with X-Men, but you don't have to have seen it to understand if you have a general understanding of X-Men. Also, there's some Spider-man thrown in there.

Everyone Deserves A Birthday by Starry_Stark

  • Recommended by: ThisIsRidiculous
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Set after Spider-Man: Homecoming. May Parker is determined to make Tony Stark a cake for his birthday, and Peter is going to help.

Exclusive by copperbadge

  • Recommended by Wild Goose
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Heroes In Manhattan: From Captain America's Hidden Talents To The Truth About The Hulk, We Debunk The Myths And Expose The Daily Lives Of The Avengers.
  • Comments: An in-universe news magazine article on the Avengers, in the wake of the Battle of Manhattan. Very much a gen, team-focused story, with a surprise twist at the end.
    • Seconded by Ferristhe Wheel: The entire series is really good. A must-read.

** First Impressions and Second Chances by lilsmartass (link here)

  • Recommended by Pitac 89
  • Status: Dead
  • Synopsis: The Avengers are over protective of one another, we all know that. But when misunderstandings lead to flawed beliefs of who a person is, and when others are judged for misguided actions carried out without thinking, it's hard to know who to protect and defend.
  • Comments: Misunderstandings abound, and Steve's issues and Tony's lack of self-esteem don't help matters.

Heart of the Storm Series by TheGreyTigress

  • Recommended by Nerdman 3000
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Their love shouldn't be. He was a soldier, and she was a spy. He was everything good, pure, and strong, and she was lies, murder, and seduction. He was Captain America, and she was Black Widow. But somehow, in the dangerous chaos of their lives, their love is the only thing that matters, and it carries them through the storm.
  • Comments: Probably one of the longest and best MCU fanfics around, the Heart of the Storm series first started after the author watched Captain America: Winter Soldier, thought that Captain America and Black Widow had amazing chemistry, and therefore decided to write this series. It starts with a slow build of a romance between the two heroes, who don’t end up together until the second story in the series. As for the series itself, the author plans to write all the way through until both parts of Infinity War, which should prove pretty interesting. With a pretty good update rate and already reaching a million words long, the series is a great recommendation to read even if you’re not entirely sold on the idea of a Steve Rogers and Natasha Romanoff romance, as there are plenty of other great stuff in the series outside of just the romance.
  • Note: Unfortunately, both the series and the author's account seem to have been deleted.

Heroes For Hire "Movies" by capyle

House Arrest by roxypony

  • Recommended by Jedi Vulcan
  • Status: Dead
  • Synopsis: They thought defeating him was hard? That was nothing. Try babysitting him. Loki is placed under house arrest at Tony Stark's Malibu home, under the supervision of the Avengers. Slightly OOC AU Hilarity Ensues.
  • Comments: This story is pretty much one long extended Funny Moment. Some of the Avengers are slightly OOC, but this just serves to make it even funnier. Highly recommended and excellent for a laugh.

In Aporia by mellish

  • Recommended by SubversionStation
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Genuinely asking: if you knew your brother was into snakes, and stupid besides, how could you not use that to your advantage?
  • Comments: A character study of Loki, mostly taking place after Thor: Ragnarok.

Love is for Children by Ysabetwordsmith

  • Recommended by Meduini
  • Status: ongoing
  • Synopsis: a series of fics post the first Avengers film where #Coulson Lives! and he helps them through some of their issues with non-sexual ageplay
  • Comments: a fun series, with plenty of links regarding the stuff the author brings up in the series. It was originally published on another website, but cross-posted eventually to Archive of Our Own. Do read the tags and trigger warnings posted ahead of each fic and/or chapter of each fic, as the series covers some rather heavy topics sometimes.

The Price of War by Shu of the Wind

  • Recommended by G3m1n 1, Alienof Doom
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: In which Darcy Lewis stitches up gut wounds, runs away from home, buys a gun, becomes a lawyer, starts a blog, saves a life, really should be getting therapy, falls in love with her best friend, and learns how to make a mean chocolate babka. Not necessarily in that order.
  • Notes: First part of the The Making of Monsters series.
  • Comments: Main fandoms are Daredevil (2015) and Thor, with mini-crossovers with Hawkeye, The Avengers (2012), She-Hulk and Cloak and Dagger, among others. As one fan puts it, “Everyone suffers but they cope much better.”
    • Read this. I implore you. I beg you. It's amazing. Darcy fits in so well with the Daredevil cast without overtaking it, and feels like she belongs there. The writing style itself is just perfection, and we get insight into the minds of people like Vanessa and Wesley that we don't get quite enough of in the show. Whatever you're doing, stop. Read the first chapter of this, please, just see if you can stop.

Starbucks in Manhattan by Introvertasaurus

  • Recommended by Storygirl000
  • Status: Dead
  • Synopsis: Who knew I would meet so many famous people while working with my friend at Starbucks? Takes place several months after CAWS. Bucky and Peter Parker will be included.
  • Pairings: Some Bucky/OC
  • Comments: Or, two Starbucks employees bond with New York's superheroes (and Loki) when they come in for drinks. Definitely a fun read.

Training Buddies by Fyre

  • Recommended by Sparky Young Upstart
  • Status: Dead
  • Synopsis: Sometimes the random guy in the street isn't out to get you.
  • Comments: A fun fic about Bucky and Matt crossing paths and starting to train together at the gym. They become friends, figure out things about each other's pasts, and punch things a lot. It's great!

Where the Heart Is by Stratagem

  • Recommended by imagivision
  • Status: Dead
  • Synopsis: Clint and Laura "adopt" the Maximoff twins, and they slowly become part of the Barton family.
  • Tags: Family fun, family drama, family warm fuzzies, AU.

The Widow's Followers by NoliteTimereEos

  • Recommended by Ferristhe Wheel
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: People realize that there is no Black Widow representation anywhere and Natasha vows revenge by taking over the internet. The internet does not mind.
  • Comments: Even in the real world, there really isn't a lot of merch for female protagonists (i.e. Rey), but Natasha solves this problem amazingly. Strongly recommended.

the identity crisis of one nicholas j. fury by sevenfoxes

  • Recommended by Adept
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: This is mostly a series of non-sequential Random Events Plot where Nick must deal with exasperating pets, co-workers, and family while Goose eats everything.

Born of the Same Impulse by GwendolynStacy (link here)

  • Recommended by Adept
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: To change the fate of the universe, Strange uses the Time Stone to send himself and Tony back to the past: before the splitting of the Avengers, before Sokovia, and the series of disasters that would have led to Thanos's victory. Thrown back to a more peaceful time where he can undo his mistakes, Tony tries his best to keep the Avengers united to do just that. He manages to prevent Ultron and, subsequently, the Civil War; meanwhile, Stephen must relive the time of his accident, before Kamar-Taj.
  • Comments: While the premise involves a Peggy Sue plot to save the universe from Thanos, the bulk of the story focuses on character relationships and interactions. Tony tries to reforge his team to a better future, while also helping Stephen deal with his injuries. There's also no shipping between Tony and Stephen.

How Long Does it Take to Cook a Turkey in the Microwave? by aceschwarz222

  • Recommended by Adept
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: As a consequence of losing a bet with Ned and MJ, Peter is forced to ask the Avengers a question, "How long does it take to cook a turkey in the microwave?" Hilarity Ensues.
  • Comments: This is one of the funniest MCU fics out there. The Avengers' reactions to Peter's questions are hilariously spot on.

To Trope or Not to Trope by Gibbs_Yeah(link here)

  • Recommended by Cornholio 4
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Comments: A series of fics that consists of various prompts and scenarios, that parodies Team Iron Man and Anti-Team Cap stories. As a Team Cap fanboy who understands the reasoning behind Team Iron Man but wishes there were more Team Cap fics, this is recommended. Tackles Tony’s Draco in Leather Pants in fanfics and Team Cap’s Ron the Death Eater with Tony’s behavior deliberately played up.

The Way to a Man's Heart by Niitza and whatthefoucault

    Shipping Fics 

Five Things Darcy Loves About Working for SHIELD by teand

  • Recommended by Warrior Dragon Mage, SuperTulle
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Steve Rogers/Darcy Lewis
  • Summary: The Bronx was up, the Battery was down and thank freaking Thor that SHIELD provided housing or Darcy suspected she wouldn't have been able to afford to live closer than Vermont.

A Long Winter by dropdeaddream, WhatAreFears

  • Recommended by: SuperTulle, Mooncinder
  • Status: Complete
  • Summary: In 1945, Steve Rogers jumps from a nose-diving plane and swims through miles of Arctic Ocean to a frozen shore. In 1947, Steve Rogers marries Peggy Carter. In 1966, the New York Times finds the lost letters of Sergeant James Buchanan Barnes.
  • Pairings: Steve/Bucky, Steve/Peggy
  • Comments: The story is wonderfully researched, the drama is heartbreaking, and I have never had a cry this long and fulfilling. And read the rest of the series too!

The Only John Wayne Left in Town by gyzym

  • Recommended by Warrior Dragon Mage
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Clint Barton/Darcy Lewis
  • Summary: Clint debriefs to a SHIELD committee about how he became a country singing sensation. Meanwhile, Clint's got a secret love, and it's spelled b-a-n-j-o.

The Fourth of July Series by Agent25 (link here)

  • Recommended by: The Other Theme
  • Status: Dead
  • Pairing: Steve Rogers/Sharon Carter
  • Summary: A series of stories following the life and times of Agent 13, Sharon Carter, and her interactions and friendships with agents of SHIELD, Avengers, and most importantly Steve Rogers Watch as she grows, matures, falls in love and searches for the world's greatest burger in an increasingly strange world.
  • Comments: A great series that shows Agent 13 in a way never approached in movies and a connection with Steve Rogers with a strong and long-lasting base that is not based only on romanticism, especially for those who love both the canon comic pairing and the history of the MCU, with all the details and reminders.

Open Mind, Metal Heart by Huntressride 13

  • Recommended by imagivision
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Wanda/Vision
  • Summary: For the first time in her life, Wanda Maximoff is alone. Even with the chance of Pietro's return she cannot linger on the past, but must focus on her future as a new member of the Avengers. Somehow she never considered the possibility that the Vision would be such a large part of that future.

Tales From the Tower Series by NyxEtoile and OlivesAwl

  • Recommended by euan112358
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: The Avengers sitcom we all secretly want. Well, maybe the Avengers hour-long action dramadey we all secretly want.
  • Pairings: Tony/Pepper, Thor/Jane, Clint/Natasha, Steve/Sharon, O Cs
  • Comments: If you're put off by Original Characters pairing off with canon characters, this might not be your cup of tea, but otherwise, this is a very WAFFy series with a lot of love bouncing back and forth among the characters. Diverging from after Captain America: The Winter Soldier when Steve finds Bucky and successfully deprograms him, the fic explores many characters finding love as more and more people are drawn into the Avengers' orbit. The OCs are incredibly well-rounded and diverse, from the team doctor Amanda Newbury with more than a few scars to her name, to Violet Marsh, the mother of a genius and a special needs kid who gives Bruce and the Hulk a new family, to Wanda finding love in a deaf med student named Zev Taschengregger. And that's not counting all the babies that come along the way. A well-written series full of the fluff and joy you need to make any day better.

The Twice-Told Tale by arysteia

  • Recommended by Pitac 89
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Steve/Tony
  • Synopsis: For someone he'd hero-worshipped for so long, Steve Rogers in the flesh is a pretty big disappointment. For one thing, he keeps looking at Tony as though he reminds him of someone else, and even if he never says anything, Tony's pretty sure it's his father. A lifetime of not measuring up to Howard's expectations is more than enough, thank you very much, and he's certainly not going to make an effort to live up to any of Steve's. Steve's pretty clearly failed to live up to his expectations, in any case, and that's not hypocritical at all.
  • Comments: No real spoilers for The Avengers, but a few for Captain America: The First Avenger. Overall a good fic, with good characters and a strong story.

your blue-eyed boys by Feather

  • Recommended: genisgone
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Steve/Bucky
  • Summary: Post-Captain America: Winter Soldier recovery fic.
  • Comments: The best post-Winter Soldier fanfic you will ever read. It takes everything seriously; it’s heartbreaking and awful and hopeful and sometimes bitterly, terribly funny, and sometimes idiosyncratically adorable and sometimes filled with nightmare fuel and every twisted hard one-step-forward-three-steps-back moment in recovery. Also it celebrates the women in the MCU. Also Sam Wilson is 100% the best friend ever. Also Steve is not, in fact, all that innocent. Also Tony Stark is at times ridiculously perceptive. And Game of Thrones puns. And a twelve-almost-thirteen-year-old chocolate selling neighborhood girl. And an almost religious reverence for really shitty coffee. Warnings for everything terrible one might expect to have happened to the Winter Soldier and beyond.

Scarlet America: A Ringing Connection by Xyst

  • Recommended by: Silver Wizard
  • Status: Dead
  • Pairing: Steve Rogers/Wanda Maximoff
  • Synopsis: Set a year after the events in Age of Ultron. Wanda is now a full-fledged Avenger; the only problem is she still has difficulties opening up to anyone. When she and Steve get ambushed on what seemed like a low-priority mission, things begin to change and a bond between the two heroes forms.

Beyond Death by GGMK

  • Recommended by: fruitstripegum
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Pairing: Thanos/Original Character
  • Synopsis: Crash landing on Earth was not something Thanos had planned. Meeting a local female wasn't either. Moving in with her temporarily was only so that he could regain his strength without being found out by the Avengers. But neither are prepared for the events ahead, as both their lives will change.
  • Comments: Magical Boyfriend Thanos is a bit of a cracky concept, and the OC may come across as cliched to some people, but other than that, this is a GREAT fic.

Lonely Tonight by Kathryn Claire O'Connor

  • Recommended By: Silver Wizard
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: Steve Rogers/Lady Sif, also mentions Clint Barton/Natasha Romanoff.
  • Synopsis: Thor takes Steve on a trip to Asgard after the events of TWS, but Steve—who is already hurting after misreading Natasha's feelings towards him—isn't horribly impressed with the frequent parties of the realm. Then he meets Lady Sif and realizes that he might've found someone who's just as lonely as he is. Two-shot, inspired by Blake Shelton's Sure Be Cool If You Did.

Tingle by Cortex22

  • Recommended by: Marcus S Lazarus
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Peter Parker/Yelena Belova/Kate Bishop
  • Synopsis: After a night of passion, Kate Bishop falls head over heels for Yelena. Shame Yelena has to leave the next morning. On the rebound, Kate finds herself drawn to the new kid at ESU. He's cute, he's constantly late, he's sarcastic and funny. But Peter Parker is definitely keeping something from her.
His identity erased, Peter Parker is trying his best. He can't get close to anyone, it would put them in danger. But the smart girl in his film class seems like she could take it. Most people spent their winter break with family, but Kate Bishop took down the Kingpin. Could he let down his barriers?Spider-Man isn't catching any breaks either. A new supervillain in town, he finds himself teaming up with superspy Yelena. Snarky, fights like a demon possessed, won't stop teasing him for his bubble butt. He's just crushing on all the pretty girls because he's lonely... right?Yelena thought she'd only be in NYC for 1 night. Ending that 1 night with Kate Bishop - great! Getting a call the next day to stay in NYC and take down the supervillain Spot - not so great! Keeping herself hidden from Kate, she soon finds herself tangled in Spider-Man's web, who gets all cute and flustered whenever she teases him.
  • Comments: This particular triad/polyamourous relationship might seem odd at first, but it's written in a very effective manner, as Peter and Kate bond as civilians while Spider-Man and Yelena work together on a case after Kate and Yelena have formed a bond during their encounter over Christmas. With Peter completely alone after the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home, he swiftly becomes attached to both girls, and with polyamory on the rise since the Blip, Yelena in particular is very open to this particular approach. Even the choice of villain is appropriate, with this interpretation of the Spot turning a comparative joke into a legitimate threat whose agenda includes human trafficking, while also giving all three heroes a chance to show their strengths.

Bark by Soleilunescape

  • Recommended by Dark-Cross
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Pairings: Jack Russell/Ted Sallis
  • Synopsis: A fic set shortly after the events of Werewolf by Night (2022), following Jack as he reminisces about his relationship with one of the few constants in his ever-shifting life, Ted Sallis. Memories of friendship, misadventure, family, and love ensue. Meanwhile Ted thinks of the history between himself and the first person who didn’t see him as a monster, and all the hardship and pain he’s experienced. Afterwards, Ted and Jack attempt to set themselves back into some sense of normalcy.
  • Comments: This is a very well-written and in-character fic. Jack and Ted are very enjoyable to read, even without looking at their relationship through a shipping lens. The first two chapters are the real gold here, discussing Jack and Ted’s history. The rest of the chapters are (mostly) self-contained one shots, but they’re still enjoyable reads. Honestly, more than a few sections actually brought me close to tears, and their relationship overall is very adorable. Elsa and the Moon Knight System also make an appearance.


Alpha Operations by JadelynTate

  • Recommended by Meduini
  • Status: Quite possibly/very likely dead, as it hasn't been updated since 2017 and the author hasn't updated anything since 2019.
  • Crossover with: Power Rangers
  • Pairings: RJ/Casey (Jungle Fury), Pepper Potts/Tony Stark, Jane Foster/Thor, Kimberly Hart/Clint Barton
  • Synopsis: A fic series. In the first one, Kimberly is placed in charge of what effectively amounts to a Power Rangers organization (the titular Alpha Operations) and has to deal with SHIELD. Things...don't really go as they planned when it comes to keeping all their secret identities secret. The second fic in the series is a Power Rangers/MCU/West Wing crossover and deals with the response from the White House.

Avenger Goddess by Reyel (link here)

  • Recommended by ZimFan89
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Crossover with: Wonder Woman (2017)
  • Synopsis: "I used to want to save the world. This beautiful place... But I knew so little then. It is a land of magic and wonder, worth cherishing in every way, but the closer you get, the more you see the great darkness simmering within." WW/Avengers crossover. Wonder Woman in Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Avenger of Steel by Reyel (link here)

  • Recommended by ZimFan89
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Crossover with: Superman
  • Synopsis: Every legend has an origin. Every story has a beginning. Every Superman was once just a man. Before becoming the Man of Steel, Clark Kent was just a young man trying to find his place in a world that was not his. Mo S/Avengers crossover. Superman in Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Avenging Class by JonBerry (link here)

  • Recommended by ultimomant
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Crossover with: Fate/Grand Order
  • Synopsis: Mysterious Heroine XX lands in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Unable to leave, she decides to join the Avengers.

Buffy's New Job--Part 1: The Avengers by BuffyL

  • Recommended by: Mfanforever
  • Status: Complete
  • Crossover with: Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  • Synopsis: Buffy is recruited by S.H.I.E.L.D. to join the Avengers and becomes Steve Rogers' partner.
  • Pairing: Buffy/Steve
  • Comments: The first in the Buffy's New Job series. While not exactly the most detailed of stories, the author's vision still shines through. All the characters remain in character (special note to Buffy and Tony), and the stories remain mostly the same, only changed in certain ways to fit Buffyverse into the MCU. Also, the romance between Steve and Buffy never comes across as forced or unnatural.

Child of the Storm by Nimbus Llewelyn

  • Recommended by: Theenmityofages 1994
  • Crossover with: Harry Potter, at first. It then develops into a Mega Crossover with elements of X-Men, DC Comics, Hellblazer, The Sandman, and The Dresden Files featured.
  • Synopsis: New Mexico was not the first time Thor had been a mortal. It was only a refinement of the technique. What if James Potter had been Thor, incarnated as a memoryless newborn? On his death, Odin removed his memories as James, due to grief. In Harry's Third Year, a reformed Loki restores them. Harry now has a father, a family and a heritage that is going to change the world. Forever.
  • Status: Series Ongoing.
  • Comments: It starts out as a light-hearted and somewhat sappy fic to begin with, before changing gears around chapter 9, quickly growing into a far darker and more complex story than the premise would have you believe. The result is an epic which emphasizes the Butterfly Effect and how the characters respond. There's also a vast Chekhov's Armoury, and apparently innocuous things, apparent inconsistencies, can and will come back up to 74 chapters later. It's also entirely unafraid to push the boundaries of the T-rating as far as they'll go with some very dark chapters, and a growing onset of Black-and-Gray Morality. However, there are plenty of Breather Episodes in between the serious action/plot-heavy chapters, and they, along with a Lemony Narrator, prevent the fic from sliding towards Grimdark territory.

Infinity Crisis by Michael Weyer

  • Recommended by: Marcus S Lazarus and batguy
  • Status: Complete
  • Crossover with: Arrowverse and DC Extended Universe
  • Synopsis: Thanos' actions don't just affect his world but the entire Multiverse. Now, the Avengers get a variety of allies in a quest to save what is left.
  • Comments: Brings the heroes of Marvel and DC together in a fascinating storyline as Thanos's actions kill half the population of the multiverse rather than one universe. Initially just exploring the consequences as the Avengers joined forces with the Arrowverse heroes to oppose Thanos, the story has gone on to spawn a series of other crossovers, as the heroes make new allies and face threats from a variety of other dimensions.

''Christian Grey vs. Pepper Potts by Imarra Pendaran (link here)

  • Recommended by: Zelda Queen
  • Status: Complete
  • Crossover with: Fifty Shades of Grey
  • Synopsis: One fine day, Pepper Potts meets with billionaire Christian Grey to discuss business arrangements between him and Stark Industries. When she trips coming into his office, he becomes smitten and absolutely certain she's the perfect submissive for him. Unfortunately, Pepper has no interest at all in any sort of a relationship with him. He continues to pursue her in various disturbing ways. She calls in Natasha Romanov and Clint Barton for assistance. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Comments: This fic does a fantastic job combining the unlikely fandoms of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Fifty Shades of Grey. While there is more than one Take That! at the latter fandom, mostly in the form of various women from the Marvel fandom dealing with him, there is also a lot of examination of the relationships between the various Avengers, including canon ships (Tony/Pepper, Jane/Thor, and Rogue/Remy) but also Natasha and Clint as well as Loki and the rest of the Avengers and familial interactions with She-Hulk and Bruce.

Dial by DesertChocolate (link here)

  • Recommended by: euan112358
  • Status: Complete
  • Crossover with: Ben 10
  • Synopsis: Dropped into the middle of New York City after Thor defeated the Dark Elves. No papers, no money, just a single watch to use for survival. But it's a hell of a watch.
  • Comments: A fic where the Author Avatar Mahmoud Schahed is dropped into the MCU in between Thor: The Dark World and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, with an Omnitrix strapped to his wrist. There's a lot to enjoy about this fic: Dial's super smart forms schmoozing with geniuses like Tony Stark, an Upgraded War Machine fighting the Absorbing Man, Fourarms employing martial therapy against the Hulk, and the Avengers roster slowly expanding as SHIELD is transformed to match an increasingly weird world. Writing is solid, development is impressive, and there are plenty of amazing moments to behold. Fair warning: It's a Doorstopper at over 139 chapters.
  • Now has a sequel - Call Resumed (Ongoing)

The File by denimbeans

  • Crossover with Percy Jackson and the Olympians.
  • Recommended by Black Victor Cachat
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Snyopsis: Post-Captain America: Civil War, Nick Fury is worried about Tony Stark's safety, especially in light of resurgence by HYDRA. So he provides Tony with a file on a man he believes would be an excellent bodyguard for Iron Man, and for sniffing out HYDRA agents. Why should Tony trust this guy, especially when he does not trust Fury in the first place? Well because he is an ex-SHIELD agent who quit after cursing in Fury's face when nobody would believe his warnings that HYDRA had infiltrated SHIELD . . .
Who is it?One Percy Jackson.As time passes though, with Percy joining up with Tony, it becomes increasingly clear this new guy is hiding many dark secrets. Even more importantly though, he has found a great new friend, who helps drastically change the face of the Avengers.

  • TV Tropes Page found here.

The Hancock Initiative by Bakkughan

  • Recommended by: Blobmeister45
  • Status: Dead
  • Crossover with: Hancock
  • Synopsis: When he was a drunk vigilante, the world didn't want him. Now a hero, the world doesn't need him. When S.H.I.E.L.D. makes him an offer to protect humanity in exchange for some answers, Hancock accepts. How will the Avengers deal with the strongest man alive?
  • Comments: Though it starts off slow, it begins to pick up speed at chapter 4 and then doesn't stop. The characters are all very well written, and both franchises are blended really well into one story in a believable way.

I Fleetly Flee, I Fly by emouse33

  • Recommended by: Pastykake
  • Status: Dead
  • Crossover with: Harry Potter
  • Synopsis: A slightly different encounter with Quirrell at the end of first year leads to new problems, new abilities, and a gateway to the extraordinary. A HP/Avengers crossover that respects the timelines while throwing in new twists and characters you may not have seen coming.

Friendly Foreign Dimensional Exchange Student Spiderman by Zaru (link here)

  • Recommended by: glactic
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Crossover with: My Hero Academia
  • Synopsis: Peter Parker at the end of Infinity War didn't simply stop existing when affected by the snap, he woke up in the My Hero Academia world at the very opening moments of the manga. Peter proceeds to work towards becoming a hero in a world similar but very different to his own where many of the things that once held him back simply do not exist anymore. His current goal is to graduate from UA and honor his promise to Tony Stark to become the greatest hero he can be, even if it isn't in his home world.
  • Has an alternate link here.

Magnets for Trouble by PitViperOfDoom

  • Recommended by: 9_miho
  • Status: Complete
  • Crossover with: Big Hero 6
  • Synopsis: Hiro gets invited to Stark Expo personally by Tony Stark, from one former boy genius to a current boy genius. Life is looking good, if uncertain. Of course, we must recall what happened at Hiro's last expo...

Avengers of the Ring by Dr Matthattan

  • Recommended by: Silver Wizard
  • Status: Complete
  • Crossover with: The Lord of the Rings & The Hobbit
  • Synopsis: Due to a freak accident involving the Bifrost, the Avengers Captain America, Thor and the Hulk are thrown into the world of Middle-earth. They join the Fellowship of the Ring in their epic struggle to defeat the Dark Lord Sauron.
  • Note: Is part of a series, which has several complete sequels and one ongoing sequel. They can all be found on the trope page here.
  • Comments: Honestly, I can't recommend these highly enough, they are quite simply some of the best crossover fanfictions I've ever read. If you're a fan of both Marvel and Tolkien, then these are a must-read.

Once Upon Avengers by Steve993

  • Recommended by SAM 996
  • Status: Dead
  • Crossover with: Once Upon a Time
  • Pairings Steve Rogers/Regina Mills
  • Synopsis: When battle with a supervillain with the ability to create portals goes wrong the Avengers, Captain America, Thor and the Hulk are whisked to another world the world of Neverland as the trio join with the Savior Emma Swann and her family to rescue her son Henry. Set after the Avengers but before Phase 2 and during the Pan Arc of OUAT. Crossover between The Avengers and Once Upon a Time.

Pokevengers by Feriowind

  • Recommended by: SAMAS
  • Status: Dead
  • Crossover with: Pokémon
  • Synopsis: It's a simple transition on the surface: What if you gave the Avengers Pokemons? But under the surface, the relationship between the heroes and their animal-like friends grows into a big part of their history: Tony poses on the red carpet with his father's Ninetales. Steve Rogers is reunited with the Growlithe that's been by his side since the Great Depression, now a massive Arcanine. Pokemon are rare on Asgard, and Thor finds himself attracting a lot of baby Electric types. Not to mention Mewtwo and Absol: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.!

The Search for Victory by Morena Evensong (link here

  • Recommended by: Sharkcrap 11
  • Status: Complete
  • Crossover with: Stargate
  • Synopsis: During the hunt for Hydra, SGC operations are stalled. But the Ori's armies are still coming and Earth isn't any closer to coming up with anything that can stop them. Frustrated, Daniel Jackson takes a vacation and accidentally uncovers a clue to what could be an Ancient weapon. As a result of a chance encounter, he enlists the help of the Avengers and their associates. Against protocol, against orders, he and his friends, old and new, set out on a desperate quest to find a way to save Earth from another, larger alien invasion.
  • Comments: A rather well-written Stargate crossover. Thus far, characters from Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis have appeared, as have characters from most of the MCU up to Captain America: The Winter Soldier (including Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.). Also, the Fantastic Four are involved, though they don't resemble any film version of them, and Carol Danvers has been briefly involved (though she has yet to gain any powers).
    • As mentioned above, it's well-written, albeit rather long. Updates are still coming in, and it seems likely to deviate substantially from both canons. Solid stuff.

Shinnen New Year by Ford1114 & Kanius (link here)

  • Recommended by: tikum31
  • Status: Complete
  • Crossover with: Guilty Crown, Guilty Crown: The Lost Kingdoms, YuYuGiDigiMoon, Digimon Fusion Kai, Kanius Production Abridged, and various anime and fictional works in pop culture.
  • Synopsis: Years have pass since he wielded the Guilty Crown. The young man, his wife, and their other friend meet new people to have a New Year Nightfest, alongside many sub-plots in a playground that is Manhattan. However, when an ancient conspiracy makes its reemergence, the heroes and villains put aside their differences to stop them, while the young man must reunite his Guilty World.
  • Comments: This is a mega-crossover taking place after the events of Guilty Crown. At times it’s hard to follow with so many characters, but the plot and concepts are interesting enough for readers to keep going, and focuses on Shu’s main perspective in getting involved to confront his past demons. MCU characters such as the Avengers, Loki and Guardians of the Galaxy make their appearances. Thanos (who wields the infinity gauntlet and the gems) and Ultron have sided with main antagonist group Da'ath.

''Vainglorious by Numen (link here)

  • Recommended by: Scorpio Bot
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Crossover with: Worm
  • Synopsis: This fic focuses on the story of a Dark Elf—Taylor Hebert.
  • Comments: While mostly acting as a crossover between Worm and the Thor trilogy of movies, this fanfic incorporates a number of elements from other pieces of the MCU.

Vs Infinity by ADdude

  • Recommended by ZimFan89
  • Status: Dead
  • Crossover with: Star vs. the Forces of Evil
  • Synopsis: Infinity War AU. Spoilers if your the one person not to see the movie. The Mad Titan seeks to gather the Infinity Stones to accomplish his goal. A new universe, a new timeline, same trouble, as the heroes of this Universe must band together defeat Thanos. SVTFOE and Extended worlds and a bit of AU of my LDLF story. Everything explain inside for AU.

''With A Snap by ADdude (link here)

Avengers: Infinite Wars by free man writer (link [[here.

  • Recommended by: rod86neiva, Russian Noble 6
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Crossover with: Star Wars: The Clone Wars
  • Pairings: besides Anakin/Padmé, there are a confirmed crossover pair (Pietro Maximoff/Riyo Chuchi), (Steve Rogers/Aayla Secura), (Peter/Ahsoka/Barris) and hints for other crossover couples
  • The Clone Wars are in full swing with the galaxy divided. The Jedi lead the clone army against the infinite droid army of the Separatists. Yet a wild card enters the fray. The Avengers. From there, newer, more sinister and deadlier threats emerge and The Galaxy, no, the universe, shall never be the same again.
  • Clone Wars AU set after the events of Attack of the Clones and season 1, as well Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man, when the Avengers, with all their canon members post-Age of Ultron plus Pietro Maximoff, Scott Lang and Hope van Dyne discovering a new far away galaxy when investigating a HYDRA base with a strange Stargate-like portal…
  • The author have already confirmed that he planned five seasons (we are in season 3), and Spider-Man, Daredevil, Black Panther and the Guardians of the Galaxy have already joined the Star Wars galaxy
  • Comments: Highly recommend if you are a deep lore Star Wars and Marvel fan. Excellently crafted narrative, brilliantly realized relationships, immensely immersive world-building and shifting to blend the two universes together with both sides, from the lore to every single character, without exaggeration, gets their moment in the sun. Character interactions alone makes this story superb and quite possibly one of the greatest Fanfics ever written. A must read, absolutely must read it.

Re: Avenger by Just-Another-Marvel-DC-Geek

  • Recommended by: speedmaster1337
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Crossover with: Re:Zero
  • Synopsis: The Re:Zero world realizes, through the introduction of a particular young hero, just how small the world they live in truly is. Basically, Subaru is MCU Spider-Man and madness ensue upon the arrival of the Marvel multiverse unto the world of magic, witches and spirits.
  • Now has a page!

Dark Matter by mysterycyclone

  • Recommended by: Lyra Dhani
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Crossover with: The Avengers, The DCU, Spider-Man, Comic Book/Batman
  • Synopsis: The last thing Peter sees is Tony's horrified, heartbroken expression leaning over him. The guilt in his eyes is almost worse than the burning pain that's taking Peter apart piece by piece. The world starts to go dark. There's a flash of gold and green. For one moment, he finds himself standing amongst the Guardians and others. And then darkness again. It feels like blinking; an extended period of nothingness that ends as abruptly as it begins. One moment there’s nothing, the next there’s light. “Easy,” a woman says. Her words are gentle, and carry a slight accent that he can’t place. "I'm called Wonder Woman. What's your name?"

Die Frau des Eisenbluts by BeiYang_1

  • Crossover with Azur Lane
  • Recommended by VictorioMWolff-Haddock
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Synopsis: Captain America finds out that he still has a cousin. Bismarck, however, finds it ironic.