Get ready to save the world… or take it over (Hail Hydra!) with the LEGO SHIELD Helicarrier. You’ll feel like Nick Fury with this awesome arsenal under your command. The incredible symbol of SHIELD’s power measures 11” (29cm) high, 31” (80cm) long and 17” (45cm) wide, and it includes goodies like 3 microscale Quinjets, 3 […]
This is the 2,996-piece S.H.I.E.L.D Helicarrier playset due out this March for $350. It will come with five minifigs (Nick Fury, Black Widow, Captain America, Hawkeye, and Maria Hill) and is expected to be between first and third place...Show More Summary
Lego has just announced their most massive, epic Marvel set ever. It’s the S.H.I.E.L.D Helicarrier, a 2,996 behemoth of a set featuring mini-figures of Nick Fury, Black Widow, Captain America, Hawkeye and Maria Hill. The Helicarrier hits shelves in March and will retail for $349.99. Show More Summary
Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is Jim Steranko, and the issues are Strange Tales #154, 157, 165-167 and Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #1-3, which were published by Marvel and are cover dated March and June 1967 and February, March, April, June, […]
On their 50th podcast Geek Cast Live & All Things Geek discuss a little indie called Star Wars "The Schwartz Awakens" (see what I did there?) Cross Sabers and Jar2-D2! The post Geek Cast Live Ep050: Nick Fury And The Ambitious Attempt At A Raven appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is Barry Windsor-Smith, and the issues are Daredevil #51 and Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD #12, both of which were published by Marvel and are cover dated April and May 1969, respectively. Enjoy! Windsor-Smith’s career began in […]
Hot off his starring role in last summer’s Guardians of the Galaxy — okay, maybe not “starring role,” but definitely one of the most talked about cameos since Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury confronted Robert Downey, Jr.’s Tony Stark at...Show More Summary
Flying aircraft carriers are a great idea on paper — especially when they’re commanded by the likes of Nick Fury — but in reality they’re more death trap than sky island. Or, at least, the short-lived USS Akron was. When it crashed off the New Jersey coast in 1933, it took nearly everybody on board with it. More »
Flying aircraft carriers are a great idea on paper—especially when they're commanded by the likes of Nick Fury—but in reality, they're more death trap than sky island. Or, at least, the short-lived USS Akron was. When it crashed off the New Jersey coast in 1933, it took nearly everybody on board with it. Read more...
Avengers: Age of Ultron will expand the original six member team next year to include Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver and The Vision. Count ‘em up, that’s nine Avengers for 2015, not including allies like Nick Fury or James Rhodes. One notable Avenger from the comics that isn’t set to appear is Black Panther. Show More Summary
When Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. left off last season, everything was in chaos. H.Y.D.R.A. had basically destroyed S.H.I.E.L.D., Ward turned out to be a right bastard, Fitz was badly injured and Nick Fury stepped down, leaving poor Phil Coulson to pick up the mess of pieces. And while season 1 of the show started off […]
With "Agents of SHIELD" S2 right around the corner, CSBG looks at the first appearances of SHIELD's most famous members -- from Nick Fury to, well, Nick Fury Jr.!
Between Black Widow, Falcon, Nick Fury, and of course Cap himself, Captain America: The Winter Soldier had plenty of heroes already. But there may have been one more we didn’t get to see. Directors Joe and Anthony Russo teased what sounds...Show More Summary
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