Writer/artist Declan Shalvey on the super-spy's solo story in CIVIL WAR II: CHOOSING SIDES.
Declan Shalvey and Wil Moss explain how Nick Fury fits into "Civil War II," discuss Power Pack's reunion, Night Thrasher's return & more!
Recently a number of relatively unknown fictional characters have began to appear more often in blockbuster movies as a result of Hollywood’s renewed interest in comic book adaptations. One such example is Marvel’s Nick Fury. While over the years a number of actors – including David Hasselhoff and the notorious Samuel L. Show More Summary
In some interesting Thor: Ragnarok news, actor Mark Ruffalo did an interview recently and spilled some beans on the new movie. While the first Thor movie featured Nick Fury and Thor: The Dark World took place with Loki as his only real ally outside of the Asgardian warriors, it sounds like Thor: Ragnarok will be... Show More Summary
Bad things happen as Nick Fury, Damage Control, Night Thrasher and more star in the Marvel Universe-spanning "Choosing Sides" #1.
Nick Fury, Night Thrasher and Damage Control are the unusual focus of this Civil War II tie-in.
Robert Downey, Jr. (Tony Stark/Iron Man) invoked '90s nostalgia in "Captain America: Civil War" in two really cool scenes: when he chatted with his "Only You" (1994) co-star Marisa Tomei (Aunt May) and when he appeared as a much-younger Tony alongside Tony's parents.
Nick Fury was noticeably absent in Captain America...
Just about everyone and their mother had the privilege of showing up in the recent Marvel flick, CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR. With around twelve superheroes running around, the film had more Avengers in it than both AVENGERS movies. However, that doesn't mean some characters didn't make it into the feature. Show More Summary
Captain America: Civil War had so many characters but three keep people had to sit on the bench for the battle between dueling Avengers: the Hulk, Thor and Nick Fury. Of course we know that Mark Ruffalo will team-up with Chris Hemsworth in the forthcoming Thor: Ragnarok, but what about Samuel L. Jackson? He’s been […]
Captain America: Civil War may not technically have been an Avengers movie, but it did bring together nearly every hero in the Marvel universe to date, with few exceptions. Thor and Hulk being gone makes sense, considering the end of Avengers:...Show More Summary
The Captain America 3 writers had a good reason why the didn't want Nick Fury in Civil War.
The "Civil War" writers give their reason for not including Col. Nick Fury in the superhero showdown.
Captain America: Civil War featured a lot of familiar faces from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but not everyone got to take part in the “fun.” One of the notable absentees was Nick Fury, the former head of S.H.I.E.L.D. who...Show More Summary
Just about every Marvel character was crammed into "Captain America: Civil War," and a few new ones too. However where was the man that is responsible for assembling the Avengers? Where was Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury during the big breakup of Earth's mightiest heroes? We asked "Civil War" screenwriters Christopher...
Over the last eight years a new phenomenon has developed in the world of comic book movies. Fans no longer get up from their seats when the credits begin to roll on a big budget blockbuster. Following the arrival of Nick Fury at the end of Iron Man, movies continue to try and create the coolest teasers for the futures of their franchises. Show More Summary
A review of the upcoming action figures from Hasbro for CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has exponentially grown to become one of the dominant franchises in pop culture. After Nick Fury first appeared at the end of Iron Man and warned Tony Stark that he was part of a much larger world, the MCU has continued to grow. In addition to more than 12 films […]
And answers whose side of CIVIL WAR he thinks Nick Fury is on.
We do a lot of reading between the lines when it comes to the divide between Marvel’s cinematic and TV branches, but rarely does an actor out-and-out wish death to a character on either side. Yes, Nick Fury may quietly arrange for S.H.I.E.L.D. to take out Foggy Nelson, as Samuel L. Jackson voices his disdain for the Daredevil character. Continue reading…