Claire Temple has become the Nick Fury of Hell's Kitchen, so it shouldn't be surprising that she will have a part to play in The Defenders. The post The Defenders: Mike Colter & More Discuss Claire Temple’s Role appeared first on CBR.com.
The world is a more dangerous place than ever. It needs dangerous men to keep it safe. That’s where he comes in.
Marvel's number one superspy is back in his own solo comic with April's Nick Fury #1, written by James Robinson with art by ACO. The book looks to be a lot of fun, focusing on single-issue capers that take Fury all over the world and even into outer space. But the really exciting thing is ACO's art. Continue reading…
The Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. and son of Nick Fury, Sr. stars in his first ongoing series from James Robinson and ACO. The post Nick Fury Series Announced from James Robinson and ACO appeared first on CBR.com.
Nick Fury Sr., of course, has starred in his own comics plenty of times, but now that he’s out of the way it’s time to let his replacement get a chance to shine: his young, very conveniently Samuel L. Jackson-looking son. Read more....
JAMES ROBINSON talks about his new NICK FURY ongoing series.
The most defining moment in film the last 10 years was probably at the very end of Iron Man when Samuel L. Jackson walks out of the shadows as Nick Fury and tells Tony Stark that he wants to talk about something called “the Avengers Initiative.” Comic book movies had fun before dropping little hints about […]
February may be the shortest month of the year, but Marvel Comics is packing in as much story developments as possible. The post Clone Conspiracy Ends, Nick Fury’s Back, Steve Rogers Plots in February appeared first on CBR.com.
Image via Marvel Studios As the great philosopher Plato once said, “No one ever really dies in comic books.” This is a truism that’s bled into their film counterparts. Between characters like Bucky Barnes, Loki, and Nick Fury, Marvel Studios is quite guilty of “fake killing” characters, only to bring them back at a later time. Show More Summary
A sad day for fans of Preacher co-creator and revered comic artist Steve Dillon, as the Hellblazer and Punisher icon has passed away at age 54. Dillon had worked on everything from Doctor Who, to Nick Fury and Judge Dredd, including the original Preacher art-work alongside co-creator Garth Ennis. Continue reading…
Legendary comic book artist Steve Dillon has passed away at the age of 56. Dillon was a comic book prodigy. He sold his first professional work at the age of just 16, for the UK Hulk Weekly comic. He later drew the Nick Fury strip in the same comic. Show More Summary
A look at the cultural significance of a superhero like Luke Cage. Column by BH Shepherd The first time Luke Cage came to my notice was in the pages of 2004’s Secret War. Cage was among the heroes recruited by Nick Fury for an unsanctioned...Show More Summary
Samuel L. Jackson is lounging in a booth at the Gallow Green restaurant at the McKittrick Hotel in New York City. His e-cigarette is resting on the table and he's leaning back with one knee up, like a calm, cool, modern reimagining of a renaissance painting. Show More Summary
Jackson also weighed in on whether or not fans will see Nick Fury on the big screen again. The post Samuel L. Jackson Believes SHIELD Will Return To The MCU appeared first on CBR.com.
Want to see a live performance of the Luke Cage score? Which of Mark Millar‘s comics may be getting a TV series adaptation? Was Agent Coulson added to Thor because Samuel L. Jackson declined to appear as Nick Fury? Which of The Avengers...Show More Summary
Nick Fury's still around, but if the latest rumor is to be believed, a classic Avenger is now playing the role of hero recruiter by cameoing in a few upcoming Marvel movies, including this November's Doctor Strange.
Or has taken Nick Fury's excellent approach. Consider this email below: pure truth, from all that appears. Even assuming SFAA is still good law, shouldn't the First Amendment protect this speech? From the Olympics to the jeweler's bench: Nana Smith competed in the Olympics, now makes jewelry http://tushnet.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default?alt=rss
Marvel's hit "Civil War II" companion series digs into Punisher, Nick Fury, Black Widow and the Power Pack's stance on the event's conflict.
Five Stars is a new interview feature in which Steve Morris looks back over an artist's career by discussing five of their milestone works. We kick off the series with an interview with Declan Shalvey. Throughout his career, ShalveyShow More Summary
It only took a whisper from Nick Fury to shatter Thor’s world, and we’re still waiting to find out exactly what the Watcher knew about Thor, but now it seems there’s a new hammer on the horizon for our favorite Odinson. Writer Jason Aaron and artist Olivier Coipel might just have the answers we’re all […]