Regardless of what role he plays, Samuel L. Jackson always steals the scene as the funny guy. From Stephen in Django Unchained to Nick Fury to Frozone in The Incredibles, Jackson’s uproarious delivery is unparalleled. Next, he’ll have his chance to tackle (action) comedy head on, when he co-stars along Kevin Hart in The Black Phantom. Show More Summary
Jason Aaron and Tom Brevoort explain why Nick Fury remains the most dangerous man in the Marvel U as he heads into his showdown with the Avengers.
Jim Steranko, writer/artist of "Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.," discussed his long career in comics, including an altercation with "Batman" co-creator Bob Kane.
Woodrow McCord defended Earth against alien threats prior to Nick Fury, and Jason Latour tells CBR about his origin story in the "Original Sin Annual.
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It's Nick Fury vs. the heroes of the Marvel Universe to save the Marvel Universe in Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato's "Original Sin" #7!
Jason Aaron and Tom Brevoort discuss the twists and turns of "Original Sin" #5, Nick Fury's big secret, a new Marvel U character's intro and more
Another character once said "I didn't know Nick Fury was black" 25 years before Nick Fury was black! CSBG has that funny moment and more.
This feature spotlights moments, exchanges, etc. from older comics that take on a brand new light when read in concert with later comic books. Here is the archive of previous installments. Today, based on a suggestion by reader Peter Silvestro, who manages the Captain America Library (one of Julio Molina-Muscara’s array of Marvel character libraries), […]
Axel Alonso talks the "Rocket Raccoon" and "Legendary Star-Lord" launches, the big "Original Sin" revelation and more, in a special Thursday edition.
The Season 1 finale of "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." saw the world of espionage turned on its head as acting director Nick Fury left his position and instated Phil Coulson as his successor. Now, Season 2 of the series is just a few months away and the series writers are assembling to begin mapping out the story (check out a teaser photo below!). Show More Summary
We all love Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, but twenty years ago he menaced his way into our hearts in Pulp Fiction - and he's still got his lines down pat. My favorite part about this is watching Jackson immediately switch from terrifying (in-monologue) to adorable dude with whom I want to hang out (laughing on the couch). Acting!
Characters from Disney XD's "Ultimate Spider-Man" -- including Spidey, Venom, and Nick Fury -- have been added to the "Disney Infinity" lineup.
"They’ll come back. Because we’ll need them to." That’s Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) at the end of The Avengers. speaking about the unifying power of the members of the superhero team, who find ways to assemble when their collective force is needed. Show More Summary
Avengers: Age Of Ultron may still by a year away, but Marvel fans got a little teaser on last night's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Samuel L. Jackson finally made his triumphant return as Director Nick Fury– or should we just say Nick Fury? After the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Fury officially relinquished his title- but [...]
Marvel has a bunch of great characters that have never been able to hold down their own books for any length of time, yet manage to play a continuing major role in the Marvel Universe. At least three of them, Nick Fury, the Sub-Mariner and Doctor Strange, are at the top of my personal pantheon. […] Originally published on ComicMix as Mike Gold: The SHIELD Gambit
Nick Fury joins Coulson's teams and takes on Hydra and the Clairvoyant in the highly anticipated 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' season 1 finale, 'Beginning of the End'. The post ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ Season 1 Finale Review: Fun With Cliffhangers appeared first on Screen Rant.
Jason Aaron and Tom Brevoort join CBR to offer insight into the first issue of "Original Sin," hint at what lies ahead for Nick Fury Sr. and share exclusive art!
After years as a grizzled veteran of various wars, in the late 1960s Sgt. Fury suddenly morphed into Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD, and went in a decidedly science fictional direction. Issue #6 was published in November 1968, and featured this spectacular cover by the great Jim Steranko showing the...