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NICK FURY Goes Solo For New Series This April!

The world is a more dangerous place than ever. It needs dangerous men to keep it safe. That’s where he comes in. When you need a lone agent to infiltrate, capture, uncover or destroy – there’s no one better than Fury! Today, Marvel is pleased to announce NICK FURY #1 – the all-new series launching this April! Eisner Award-winning writer James Robinson (Scarlet Witch, Cable) joins visionary artist ACO (Squadron Supreme) for a high-octane spy-thriller full of action and dripping with style!

An-all new era for Marvel’s premier super spy begins here as Robinson and ACO bring you single-issue spy-fy adventures! Whether it’s aboard a speeding train, in the underwater city of Atlantis or even the surface of the moon – Fury gets the job done! His first mission? A trip to the beautiful French Riviera! Only this is no vacation. Amid the bright casino lights and beautiful picturesque vistas, there’s something foul at play.  Let the complex dance of espionage and spy craft begin! Only, Nick Fury may have finally met his match in the form of the mysterious Frankie Noble, Agent of Hydra!  

Every issue: New mission. High-tech weapons. Higher stakes espionage. Non-stop action.  He’ll dare any danger. He’ll fight any foe. He is…Nick Fury! And he’s exploding into comic shops everywhere in the can’t-miss NICK FURY #1 – on-sale this April!

NICK FURY #1
Written by JAMES ROBINSON
Art & Cover by ACO

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3 comments

  1. SteelScissorsInYourSkull

    For decades Nick Fury was white. Changing a character’s race because of political considerations is a creatively bankrupt thing to do.

    • yep, seems to be alot of that these days
      Fantastic Four and all sorts or “adjustments”

      On that note, what if we came out with the Like Cage Power Man Series and presented him as a white man from the suburbs?
      or Al Simmons from Spawn featuring Brad Pitt in the role? Studios aren’t fooling anyone with sudden race changes, I would think the “adjustment” would offend both races.

      I’m fine if the movie makers want to have black superheroes, just don’t think its necessary to change classic lineage comic roles to support a political stance

      • SteelScissorsInYourSkull

        I absolutely agree. I’d be offended if Luke Cage was transformed into a white man; same with the Falcon.

        If Disney feels there aren’t enough black characters in comics they should create new, original characters. Though hopefully the motivation to do so is because the character would be interesting and not for political reasons. The latter always results in hobbling the actual story itself.

        My black friends were more than a little put off by the Luke Cage Netflix series. Everyone agreed there were too many Hollywood race cliches shoe horned into that one.

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