In their latest look at how changes are made to comic books based on outside media, CSBG looks at how Agent Coulson and the African-American Nick Fury made their way from the Marvel films into the Marvel Comics...
Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, Black Widow, and Hawkeye, along with Nick Fury and Agent Phil Coulson of SHIELD, fight Loki and other villains with all the humor expected from a Lego game.
There are two Nick Furys in the current version of the Marvel Universe: a younger black guy and the original white super-spy who’s his dad. This week, they meet in a time-travel story that shows how the racial tension in America today isn’t all that different from the how it was in the bad old days. Read more...
During the big Phase Three slate presentation, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige said that the company has known where they were headed since Nick Fury introduced himself to Tony Stark at the end of Iron Man. But how far in advance...Show More Summary
What's in store for Nick Fury, Jr. as he reunites with his father, Nick Fury, Sr.?
Gigantic new figures including Hot Toys Nick Fury, Mondo Leonardo and Executive Replica Sheena make the rounds this week.
The man who always has a plan explodes onto the scene like a dropped F-bomb as the Nick Fury Sixth-Scale Figure. He might not drop the ‘F’ word in the Marvel Universe but Samuel L. Jackson still brings the attitude as the man in charge, and you can see his determination on this 11.81-inch tall […]
There are a few indisputable truths in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the ultimate lesson is that Nick Fury ain't nothing to f--- with. The dude is practically invincible, and he doesn't have a suit of armor or special secret sauce giving him powers either. Show More Summary
It's hard to believe Samuel L. Jackson having to audition for anything these days, but if you were to travel back a couple decades you'd catch the man who would be Nick Fury reading like the best of them at a cattle call. Twice in those days of Jackson's early climb to fame, he'd run across Quentin Tarantino and audition for him. Show More Summary
Given he’s appeared in almost as many films as Gene Hackman has, it was only a matter of time before Hot Toys’ talented artists would give us a figure based on one of Samuel L. Jackson’s characters. And Nick Fury from Captain America: The Winter Soldier is as good as any. Read more...
Hot Toys is celebrating the S.H.I.E.L.D. director with a 1/6th-scale collectible figure, based on the likeness of Samuel L. Jackson.
Not Nick Fury! Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here... Cobie Smulders, aka Agent Maria Hill, of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is out to join another not-quite-super, but still a hero series... that's right, she's in...Show More Summary
This week's Ani-Com and Games Hong Kong event is barely underway, but Hot Toys has already announced a handful of new and eagerly awaited figures in its sixth-scale Marvel line. The company's had an incredibly busy year with both the Star Wars and Marvel Cinematic Universe making up the bulk of Hot Toys' new figures. Show More Summary
Hot Toys' "Avengers: Age of Ultron" Quicksilver has made its debut, alongside Sam Jackson's Nick Fury and "Guardians of the Galaxy's" Drax the Destroyer.
From Nick Fury showing up at Iron Man's house to the Avengers feasting on shawarma and beyond, here's every single Marvel after credits scene, ranked in order of awesomeness.
CBR spoke with writer David Walker about his September "Fury" one-shot that honors the milestone by teaming up Nick Fury, Sr. and his son.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. expanded its comic cred significantly in Season 2 with a fuller focus on Hydra and the Inhumans, while its finale pointed toward Nick Fury’s famed “Secret Warriors.” Now, Agents has gone ahead and confirmed that Season 3 will introduce the new team, led by Daisy “Quake” Johnson! Continue reading…
I was watching Marvel’s Avengers on TV and I noticed something for the first time. Nick Fury and Shield go hand in hand, but that is a given. What I noticed was the gun he was carrying. Of all the pistols he could have, he pulls out a S&W M&P Shield. Haha very funny. I […] Read More … The post Nick Fury And Shield appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Nick Fury, Agent May, Mockingbird, Quake and Agent Carter all join forces on Marvel Comics' five-part connecting covers this September.
The Marvel Agent Carter Pop! Vinyl Figure is on the scene, which means all the guys can sit back and relax while she shows them how this secret agent stuff is done. Before Nick Fury, before the Avengers, there was Peggy Carter, capable of kicking butt and winning the heart of Captain America. Standing 3 […]