([October] 2013)

Marvel, 2013 Series
Published in English (United States) United States
 
Price
34.99 USD; 38.99 CAD
Pages
356
On-sale date
2013-10-01
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Marvel Worldwide, Inc.
Brand
Marvel [white on red]
ISBN
978-0-7851-8536-9 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9780785185369 53499
Editing
Cory Sedlmeier
Color
Color
Dimensions
Standard Modern Age U.S.
Paper Stock
Cardstock cover; glossy interior
Binding
Trade Paperback
Publishing Format
Collected edition

Issue Notes

Reprints the Nick Fury stories from Strange Tales #151-168 and Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD #1-3, 5.


[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover / 2 pages (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Dean White
Letters
?

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Jasper Sitwell; Jimmy Woo; Gabe Jones; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]
Reprints

Steranko and Nick Fury Collected Editions (Table of Contents: 1) (Expand) /

promo (ad from the publisher) / 1 page (report information)

S.H.I.E.L.D. (Table of Contents: 2)

filler / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
?
Letters
?

Characters
Nick Fury

Indexer Notes

Title page. Includes a detail from the cover Nick Fury, Agent of Shield #4.

[Indicia] (Table of Contents: 3)

credits, title page / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Joe Sinnot
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Typeset

Characters
Nick Fury

S.H.I.E.L.D. By Steranko (Table of Contents: 4)

credits, title page / 1 page (report information)

Letters
Typeset

Contents (Table of Contents: 5)

table of contents / 2 pages (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Typeset

Indexer Notes

Includes a detail from the cover Nick Fury, Agent of Shield #7.

Previously... (Table of Contents: 6)

recap / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Letters
Typeset

The Moment of.. Overkill! (Table of Contents: 7)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Stan Goldberg
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; HYDRA
Reprints

Overkill! (Table of Contents: 8)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Jack Kirby (plot); Stan Lee (dialogue)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (layouts); Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
?
Letters
Artie Simek

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; HYDRA; Supreme Hydra ["Don Cabellero"]; Dum Dum Dugan; Jasper Sitwell; Gabe Jones
Synopsis
HYDRA allows Fury to land in Karnopolis safely, to lull SHIELD into a false sense of security. But Fury knows all pretense is off, as the ruins are deserted-- except for a a squad of robots! Captured & stripped of his gadget-laden clothes, Fury faces the new Supreme Hydra, who tells him of his plans to use the Overkill Horn to detonate all stockpiles of nuclear weapons worldwide, while HYDRA waits in fallout shelters, to emerge as the new rulers of the planet. Meanwhile, Dugan, upset by Fury's order to launch an H-Missile to destroy HYDRA's weapon (and Fury as well), tries to save his buddy, but is stopped when Gabe shoots him in the shoulder. Fury manages to escape with a HYDRA jet, not realizing it was a ruse-- as the Overkill Horn is onboard the plane he's flying! As Sitwell prepares to destroy the aircraft, Fury realizes its radio isn't working...
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Indexer Notes

Part 2 of 9. The "new" Supreme Hydra reveals that he had previously "masqueraded" as The Grand Imperator of "THEM" (A.I.M.), and that Supreme Hydra is his "true" identity, the first indication that he had been the real behind-the-scenes architect of HYDRA all along. The plot to cause nuclear fallout while those responsible sit it out underground is similar to that in the Matt Helm film THE SILENCERS (1966). Jim Steranko's first work for Marvel.

Into the Dimension of Death! (Table of Contents: 9)

Dr. Strange / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Bill Everett
Inks
Bill Everett
Colors
Stan Goldberg
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
horror-suspense
Characters
Dr. Strange; Umar
Reprints

The Power of SHIELD! (Table of Contents: 10)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Jack Kirby (plot); Stan Lee (dialogue)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (layouts); Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
?
Letters
Artie Simek

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; Gabe Jones; Jasper Sitwell; HYDRA; Supreme Hydra ["Don Cabellero"; "Emir Ali-Bey"]; Laura Brown; Tony Stark (cameo)
Synopsis
Fury finds a way to signal SHIELD without a radio, delaying disaster. But after Sitwell realizes Fury is the pilot, he still orders the launching of a "Strato-Mine", which could ignite the very atmosphere. Supreme Hydra gets news that Laura Brown-- the daughter of his predecessor, who turned traitor and helped Fury a year before-- has been captured in Egypt. Donning a new disguise as "Emir Ali-Bey", he leaves in his "Hover-Limousine" to reach there by nightfall. As he departs, he thinks that Fury will die without ever learning his true identity. Fury manages to turn the plane around, and, discovering where the Overkill Horn was hidden, dives from the plane, to be picked up by a SHIELD submarine. The plane-- followed by the Strato-Mine-- obliterates Karnopolis, its HYDRA base, and all within. Soon after, Fury & a SHIELD squad rescues Laura from more HYDRA thugs. Tony Stark congratulates Sitwell on a job well done, while Fury worries that the Supreme Hydra is still on the loose.
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Indexer Notes

Part 3 of 9. Laura Brown's previous appearance in STRANGE TALES #141 (February 1966).

[Cover of Strange Tales #153] (Table of Contents: 11)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko ?

Genre
spy
Characters
Dum Dum Dugan; Laura Brown; Nick Fury; HYDRA
Reprints
Keywords
flying saucers

Indexer Notes

Original ink credit listed Frank Giacoia. Cover signed Jim Steranko, listed in THE MARVEL COMICS INDEX #6 (George Olshevsky, December 1977), confirmed by Nick Caputo, Barry Pearl, Henry Kujawa & Nick Simon. Henry Kujawa suggested that the Laura Brown figure was inked by Wally Wood, agreed by Nick Simon (August 2007). Nick Caputo believes the cover is inked entirely by Steranko.

The Hiding Place! (Table of Contents: 12)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Jack Kirby (plot); Roy Thomas (dialogue)
Pencils
Jack Kirby (layouts); Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
?
Letters
Artie Simek

Genre
spy
Characters
Clipper Charlie (SHIELD barber); Nick Fury; Jasper Sitwell; Laura Brown; HYDRA; Gabe Jones; Supreme Hydra ["Emir Ali-Bey" (alias); "Agent Bronson" (alias)]; Dum Dum Dugan
Synopsis
The Supreme Hydra infiltrates S.H.I.E.L.D.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Part 4 of 9. After 2 episodes where Fury's appearance remained the same, he appears to lose a lot of weight in this one as Steranko begins to modify his appearance.

Clea Must Die! (Table of Contents: 13)

Dr. Strange / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Marie Severin
Inks
Marie Severin
Colors
Stan Goldberg ?; Marie Severin ?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
fantasy-supernatural; superhero
Characters
Dr. Strange; Veritas
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Possible Severin colors per Nick Caputo, who notes that Marie has mentioned in interviews that she usually colored most of the work she drew.

Beware... the Deadly Dreadnought! (Table of Contents: 14)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko (plot); Roy Thomas (dialogue)
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Laura Brown; Gabe Jones; Supreme Hydra ["Agent Bronson" (alias)]; Jasper Sitwell; HYDRA; Boothroyd (Personal Effects Dept.); The Dreadnought (HYDRA Robot)
Synopsis
While the AUTOFAC computer works out the true identity of the Supreme Hydra, Fury plans to have Bronson transport Laura to SHIELD's West coast HQ. In the Personal Effects Dept. Fury is given a new weapons-laden outfit. Just in time-- as moments later, he's attacked by The Dreadnought, a deadly 8-foot-tall HYDRA killer robot. Laura suspects Bronson may be the Supreme Hydra himself, and her suspicions are confirmed by AUTOFAC, but before she can pass on the info, Bronson overpowers her. Fury just barely manages to beat The Dreadnought, but finds Laura is missing-- and AUTOFAC names her as the Supreme Hydra!
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Part 5 of 9. Fury's "Repulsor Watch," capable of deflecting bullets, later turned up in the film LIVE AND LET DIE (1973), though in the movie, it was only used to attract metal, not deflect it. SHIELD would build their own "Dreadnought," a tunneling machine, which would turn up in STRANGE TALES #167 (April 1968). HYDRA's "Dreadnought" would turn up again in DAREDEVIL #121 (May 1975).

[Cover of Strange Tales #155] (Table of Contents: 15)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
Jim Steranko ?

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; HYDRA
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Banner in masthead similar to the one that would become the standard design on Marvel with the November 1971 issues (with similar banners turning up on DC Comics, Atlas Comics & Archie Comics).

Death Trap! (Table of Contents: 16)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
Jim Steranko ?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; President Lyndon B. Johnson (cameo); Jasper Sitwell; Professor Anton Trojak (creator of Q-Ray machine; Anihil-Agent 47); HYDRA; Gabe Jones; Dum Dum Dugan; Supreme Hydra ["Agent Bronson" (alias)]; Laura Brown
Synopsis
The Heli-Carrier takes on a number of VIP's, as well as Prof. Trojak and his "Q-Ray" for a demonstration. But Trojak is really a HYDRA agent, and his oversized machine has been used to smuggle several HYDRA thugs aboard! In addition to these dangers, Fury must also cope with his 3 best friends, who've been hypnotized to kill him. Fury manages to save the day, and an injured, unconscious Laura is found hidden in the computer room, wearing a HYDRA outfit. "LBJ" appears to blame Fury for the security screw-up, and orders him confined to quarters...
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Part 6 of 9. Fury comments that no amount of attempted brainwashing could ever force Sitwell to turn bad as "it's against his principles". Last episode of this storyline reprinted in the 1970's; fans would have to wait until 2000 to read a reprint of the rest of the story! In the introduction to Marvel Masterworks: Nick Fury Agent of Shield Volume 2 Steranko says he took over the color chores with Strange Tales # 165.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 17)

filler / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko (signed)

Characters
Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Gabe Jones; The Gaff [Sidney E. Levine]; Clay Quartermain

Indexer Notes

Detail from the cover of Strange Tales #167.

..When Umar Walks the Earth! (Table of Contents: 18)

Dr. Strange / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Marie Severin
Inks
Marie Severin
Colors
Stan Goldberg ?; Marie Severin ?
Letters
Morrie Kuramoto

Genre
fantasy-supernatural; superhero
Characters
Dr. Strange; Zom
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Possible Severin colors per Nick Caputo, who notes that Marie has mentioned in interviews that she usually colored most of the work she drew.

The Tribunal! (Table of Contents: 19)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
Jim Steranko ?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Supreme Hydra ["Agent Bronson" (alias); Baron Strucker]; Laura Brown; Jasper Sitwell; Gabe Jones; Dum Dum Dugan; Nick Fury; HYDRA; CAMEOS: Fantastic Four [The Thing; Human Torch; Invisible Girl; Mr. Fantastic]; Spider-Man; Daredevil; Thor; Scarlet Witch; Hawkeye; Captain America; X-Men [Angel; Beast; Iceman; Cyclops; Marvel Girl; Professor X]; Iron Man; Hulk; Goliath; Wasp
Synopsis
Bronson is set to take Laura to a medical facility (the one on the Heli-Carrier being damaged in the earlier battle) in the "Dyna-Soar", a brand-new aircraft whose design is based and improved upon from the captured HYDRA saucer. No sooner does he depart than Fury's quarters are blasted to bits, apparently killing him! Bronson changes course and heads for "Hydra Island", an artificial, futuristic, hi-tech fortress somewhere in the Pacific, then resumes his guise as Supreme Hydra. He then announces to the world that he's placed a "Death Spore" bomb on board the Heli-Carrier, which will unleash a deadly plague upon the entire Earth and cannot be de-activated! Any country that surrenders within one hour will be spared its effects. He also plans to stage a fake "trial" for Laura, as an example to all who would defy him. Unknown to him, Fury is alive, having suspected Bronson from the start, and was hiding on board the Dyna-Soar, in order to discover HYDRA's plans and the location of their base. But after taking on several HYDRA thugs, Fury is captured, and on awakening, discovers the true identity of the Supreme Hydra is none other than Baron Wolfgang Von Strucker, his old enemy from WW2!!!
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Indexer Notes

Part 7 of 9. See various issues of SGT. FURY AND HIS HOWLING COMMANDOS for earlier appearances of Baron Strucker. 24 years had elapsed between Fury & Strucker's last meeting and this one. Shortly after this comic's publication, the 007 film YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE would reveal the identity of S.P.E.C.T.R.E.'s "Number One", Ernst Stavros Blofeld; Donald Pleasence's onscreen appearance, bald with an odd, monocle-shaped scar, is so similar to Strucker's it does not seem possible to be a coincidence!In the introduction to Marvel Masterworks: Nick Fury Agent of Shield Volume 2 Steranko says he took over the color chores with Strange Tales # 165.

Crisis! (Table of Contents: 20)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
Jim Steranko ?
Letters
Jim Steranko

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; Supreme Hydra [Baron Strucker]; Laura Brown
Reprints

Crisis! (Table of Contents: 21)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
Jim Steranko ?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Supreme Hydra [Baron Strucker]; Laura Brown; HYDRA; Jasper Sitwell; ESP Division (cameo); Gabe Jones; Dum Dum Dugan; Nick Fury
Synopsis
Strucker announces that the impregnable dome over Hydra Island will keep them safe from the "Death Spore" plague, and plans to use Fury's body as the basis for an army of HYDRA androids to "police" the world, once he's dead from the Alpha Ray beam. But Fury escapes! As SHIELD searches the Heli-Carrier for the bomb with no result, Fury, "playing it by ear", takes on one group of HYDRA thugs after another, until Strucker faces him one-on-one. Thanks to his deadly "Satan Claw", Strucker gains the upper hand, and it looks like it might be the end...!
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Part 8 of 9. 1st appearance of The Satan Claw. In the introduction to Marvel Masterworks: Nick Fury Agent of Shield Volume 2 Steranko says he took over the color chores with Strange Tales # 165.

The Sands of Death! (Table of Contents: 22)

Dr. Strange / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Marie Severin
Inks
Herb Trimpe ?
Colors
Stan Goldberg ?; Marie Severin ?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
fantasy-supernatural; superhero
Characters
Dr. Strange; Living Tribunal
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Possible Severin colors per Nick Caputo, who notes that Marie has mentioned in interviews that she usually colored most of the work she drew. Possible Trimpe inks per Nick Caputo. previous indexer credited Bill Everett or Marie Severin.

Final Encounter! (Table of Contents: 23)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
Jim Steranko ?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; Supreme Hydra [Baron Strucker]; HYDRA; Laura Brown
Synopsis
The battle between Fury & Strucker continues, with the "Satan Claw" electrifying the floor, until Fury manages to get it off Strucker's hand. But surrounded by HYDRA thugs, Fury dives into a pit of water, and after not emerging for 5 minutes is presumed dead. Big mistake-- as Fury had used an oxygen pellet to wait out the thugs, then raced ahead of Strucker. Minutes later, as HYDRA thugs enter the room, they discover 2 Struckers! One of them is revealed to be wearing a mask, panics, and winds up incinerated in an "Alpha-Particle Reactor Cube". The other orders Laura put aboard the Dyna-Soar, and he takes off from Hydra Island, despite the imminent detonation of The Death Spore bomb. Surprise-- it's Fury, who used Strucker's "face-changing gizmo" to disguise both himself and Strucker, to fool the guards. He also reveals that when he left the Heli-Carrier, he brought the bomb WITH him, even though at the time he didn't know what it was. It detonates, and thanks to the impenetrable dome, only Hydra Island and all within are wiped off the face of the Earth! Fury heads for NYC, as the rising sun seems to signal "new hope".
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Indexer Notes

Part 9 of 9. Although HYDRA's leader and main base were destroyed, their branch organization, A.I.M., resurfaced the very next month against Captain America in TALES OF SUSPENSE #92 (August 1967). HYDRA itself would return in CAPTAIN AMERICA #110 (February 1969). Baron Strucker would appear to return, without explanation, in the guise of "The Hood" in CAPTAIN AMERICA #131 (November 1970); however, this was proved to be only a robot in CAPTAIN AMERICA #247 (July 1980). Baron Strucker remained dead for 24 years, until he was brought back to life in NICK FURY, AGENT OF S.H.I.E.L.D. #20 (February 1991). HYDRA's formation by Baron Strucker would be revealed in flashback in CAPTAIN SAVAGE #2-4 (March-July 1968). In the introduction to Marvel Masterworks: Nick Fury Agent of Shield Volume 2 Steranko says he took over the color chores with Strange Tales # 165.

Featuring: The Great Captain America! (Table of Contents: 24)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko; John Romita (alterations); John Verpoorten ? (alterations)
Inks
Jim Steranko; John Romita (alterations); John Verpoorten? (alterations)
Colors
Jim Steranko ?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; Captain America [Steve Rogers]
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Romita and Verpoorten credits added by Nick Caputo via the GCD Errors list, December 2008: "Having seen the original art...the Captain America figure was extensively altered by John Romita and perhaps John Verpoorten."

Spy School (Table of Contents: 25)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
Jim Steranko ?
Letters
Jerry Feldmann

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Jasper Sitwell; Gabe Jones; Laura Brown; Yancy Street Gang (flashback cameo); Mamma Fury (flashback cameo); Jake Fury (unnamed; flashback cameo); The Gaff [Sidney E. Levine]; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro De Fontaine]; Captain America [Steve Rogers]
Synopsis
Following the destruction of Hydra Island, the Heli-Carrier docks in NYC for repairs. Jasper gets a new secret assignment; Gabe gets an undercover job which involves playing trumpet in Greenwich Village; and Dum Dum takes some leave to visit his family in Boston. Fury reminisces with Laura about his days growing up in Hell's Kitchen; then at SHIELD HQ, offers her a job as an agent. She wants time to think it over, so he sends her on a shopping spree. After a good night's sleep at his apartment, Fury goes to UNIT (Underground Network Intelligence Training academy) where recruits undergo rigorous education. He meets 2 new agents: Sidney E. Levine, a tech expert (who agrees to replace Fury's destroyed Porsche 904) and Val, who scoffs at his attitude that the spy game is man's work. Fury takes on Captain America in a display bout for the recruits, but gets dizzy due to a "side-effect" of the invisibility pill he used earlier. Cap tells him he's found out who was responsible for a job they tackled "a year ago"-- "The Big Blackout".
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Indexer Notes

Part 1 of 9. 1st appearance of Fury's apartment, The Gaff & Val. During the fight, Cap mentions the last time he & Fury met was when they fought "THEM"'s Humanoid Assassin in TALES OF SUSPENSE #78 (June 1966). That story was clearly Cap & Fury's 1st meeting since WW2 in SGT. FURY AND HIS HOWLING COMMANDOS #13 (December 1964), as Cap had been trying to contact Fury for months about possibly becoming a SHIELD agent (seen in several issues of THE AVENGERS). Yet 4 pages later, Cap refers to a job they tackled together "a year ago". (Perhaps "The Big Blackout" took place immediately after TOS #78, as there was a break between issues #78 & #79.) Meanwhile, after loitering in the shadows outside Stark Industries for 2 months, Jasper would become a regular in the Iron Man series in TALES OF SUSPENSE #95 (November 1967). In the introduction to Marvel Masterworks: Nick Fury Agent of Shield Volume 2 Steranko says he took over the color chores with Strange Tales # 165.

If This Planet You Would Save! (Table of Contents: 26)

Dr. Strange / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Dan Adkins
Inks
Dan Adkins
Colors
?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
horror-suspense; superhero
Characters
Dr. Strange; Baron Mordo
Reprints

Project: Blackout (Table of Contents: 27)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
Jim Steranko ?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; Jimmy Woo; Captain America [Steve Rogers]
Synopsis
Cap introduces Fury to an "old friend" of his, FBI man Jimmy Woo. Fury relates the events of November 10, 1965. The ESP Division picked up a warning of a menace on Bedloe Island originating from Tibet, but a bolt of energy destroyed the machine and killed the agents. Cap answered Fury's call for assistance, and the two met deep under the Statue of Liberty, where they found an army of zombie-like invaders, planning to use an "Id-Paralyzer" to turn everyone on the East Coast into mindless slaves. Cap races toward the Baxter Building for more help, but the anti-grav belt he "borrowed" from the invaders cuts out in mid-air! Meanwhile, Fury, overcome by numbers, is tossed off the Statue's torch...
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Indexer Notes

Part 2 of 9. 1st appearance of Fury's office with circular desk. Destruction of the ESP Division occurs between STRANGE TALES #143 (April 1966) and cameo in STRANGE TALES #157 (June 1967); this flashback explains their disappearance from the series, the latter appearance must be new recruits seen as the place was being re-constructed. Story apparently takes place between STRANGE TALES #145-146 and TALES OF SUSPENSE #78-79 (both June-July 1966). Fury is shown wearing his black jump-suit, even though he was never seen wearing it before STRANGE TALES #156 (May 1967). Fury also describes his outfit as insulated against electric shocks, despite his being nearly killed by one in STRANGE TALES #158 (July 1967). 1st appearance of Jimmy Woo since YELLOW CLAW #4 (April 1957).In the introduction to Marvel Masterworks: Nick Fury Agent of Shield Volume 2 Steranko says he took over the color chores with Strange Tales # 165.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 28)

filler / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko (signed)

Characters
Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Gabe Jones; The Gaff [Sidney E. Levine]; Clay Quartermain

Indexer Notes

Detail from the cover of Strange Tales #167.

The Second Doom! (Table of Contents: 29)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
Jim Steranko ?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Yellow Claw; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Nick Fury
Reprints

The Second Doom (Table of Contents: 30)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
Jim Steranko ?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Mr. Fantastic [Reed Richards]; The Thing [Ben Grimm]; Nick Fury; Jimmy Woo; The Yellow Claw; Suwan; Fritz Von Voltzmann
Synopsis
At the Baxter Building, Reed Richards & Ben Grimm save Cap from falling to his death. Fury barely saves himself by catching onto the Statue's crown. Reed creates an "Electro-Amplifier Rifle" to overcome the invaders, and sends Ben in an experimental saucer to the Clay Substation near Syracuse to tap into its power. Fury tries to destroy the Id-Paralyzer (which is shaped like a giant scorpion), but is overcome and tossed into the bay. Cap arrives just in time to save him, and Reed's weapon activates just in time to stop the invaders, cutting off all power on the East Coast in the process. Fury then blows up the Id-Paralyzer. Back in the present, Jimmy Woo tells Fury he believes the man behind it all was The Yellow Claw. In a hidden, underground base, The Yellow Claw, his niece Suwan & his ally Von Voltzmann eavesdrop on the conversation, as The Claw speaks of his "infallible" scheme-- "The Second Doom".
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Indexer Notes

Part 3 of 9. ("Project: Blackout! Part II"). Yellow Claw, Suwan & Von Voltzmann's previous appearance in THE YELLOW CLAW #4 (April 1957). Flashback apparently takes place between STRANGE TALES #145-146, TALES OF SUSPENSE #78-79 and FANTASTIC FOUR #51-52 (all cover-dated June-July 1966). Though none could have realized it, the name of The Claw's plan was a clue to the truth behind the entire story. The Yellow Claw's new metal skull-cap is identical to the one worn by the villain "Ironhead" (Tom Reese) in the Matt Helm film MURDERERS' ROW (1966). In the introduction to Marvel Masterworks: Nick Fury Agent of Shield Volume 2 Steranko says he took over the color chores with Strange Tales # 165.

From the Never-World Comes... Nebulos! (Table of Contents: 31)

Dr. Strange / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Dan Adkins
Inks
Dan Adkins
Colors
?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
horror-suspense; superhero
Characters
Dr. Strange; Nebulos
Reprints

So Evil, The Night! (Table of Contents: 32)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Frank Giacoia; Jim Steranko (see notes)
Colors
Jim Steranko ?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
The Gaff [Sidney E. Levine, Gaffer]; Nick Fury; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Jimmy Woo; The Yellow Claw (Fang-Chu); Fritz Von Voltzmann
Synopsis
The Gaff presents Fury with his new car-- a Ferrari 330/P4 Berlinetta, which is made entirely out of clear fiberglass, making it "completely invisible" from 100 feet away! It's also equipped with a color-changing rheostat, and vortex beams to replace the old mach-pressure fanjets. Fury & Val go to SHIELD's rebuilt ESP Division. There, Jimmy Woo detects that The Yellow Claw is in Chinatown (big surprise?). Nick tells Jimmy it's his job now, and goes there alone. After a harrowing encounter with a pair of Claw goons, Fury impersonates one of them, and in a darkened shop, meets Fang-Chu (The Claw) face-to-face. But Voltzmann gets the drop on him, and an instant later, he falls thru a trapdoor into the tentacles of a "monster cephalopod" (octopus).
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Indexer Notes

Part 4 of 9. 2nd appearance of The Gaff & Val. 1st appearance of Fury's new car, and the new ESP Division, replacing those destroyed in STRANGE TALES #153 (March 1967) and the flashback in #160 (September 1967). The Claw having Fury fight a giant octopus pays tribute to the Ian Fleming James Bond 007 novel, DR. NO (1958). James Bond finally got a car capable of invisibility in the film DIE ANOTHER DAY (2002). Nick Caputo believes the splash page was inked by Steranko. In the introduction to Marvel Masterworks: Nick Fury Agent of Shield Volume 2 Steranko says he took over the color chores with Strange Tales # 165.

And the Dragon Cried... Death! (Table of Contents: 33)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
Jim Steranko ?
Letters
Jim Steranko

Genre
spy
Characters
Yellow Claw; Nick Fury
Reprints

And the Dragon Cried... Death! (Table of Contents: 34)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Frank Giacoia
Colors
Jim Steranko ?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
The Yellow Claw; Fritz Von Voltzmann; Nick Fury; A.I.M; Suwan; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Clay Quartermain; The Gaff [Sidney E. Levine; Gaffer]
Synopsis
As Fury escapes the monster octopus, The Yellow Claw uses a "Psionic-Revelation Eavesdropper" to spy on A.I.M. Suwan, torn by her conscience, realizes she must contact Jimmy Woo. Woo contacts Fury to pass on the info that the Claw plans to steal something called "The Ultimate Annihilator" from A.I.M. Val recommends Fury take one of her fellow Spy School graduates, and introduces him to Clay Quartermain, a smiling eager-beaver almost too sure of himself. Fury & Quartermain take on a squad of A.I.M. agents on the waterfront, and retrieve an ornate dragon statue. Tests reveal nothing, and then the Claw materializes to steal it! But it was only a duplicate-- and by accident, they learn the real Dragon speaks the names of 4 scientists when struck. Fury arrives too late to save the first 3, but impersonates the 4th, getting the drop on The Claw. But under hypnotic power, Fury collapses, and the Claw uses the Ultimate Annihilator on him...!!
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Indexer Notes

Part 5 of 9. Clay Quartermain based on Kirk Douglas. The Dragon, when wrapped up, pays tribute to The Maltese Falcon. A.I.M. fought Captain America in TALES OF SUSPENSE #92-94 (August-October 1967); next appearance against Iron Man in TALES OF SUSPENSE #97-99 (January-March 1968). In the introduction to Marvel Masterworks: Nick Fury Agent of Shield Volume 2 Steranko says he took over the color chores with Strange Tales # 165.

Nightmare! (Table of Contents: 35)

Dr. Strange / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Dan Adkins
Inks
Dan Adkins
Colors
Marie Severin ?
Letters
Artie Simek

Genre
science fiction; superhero
Characters
Yandroth; Dr. Strange
Reprints

When Comes... Black Noon! (Table of Contents: 36)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Bill Everett
Colors
Jim Steranko ?
Letters
Artie Simek

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; The Yellow Claw; Suwan; Fritz Von Voltzmann; Clipper Charlie: (SHIELD barber); Slim (SHIELD barber); James Bond 007 (cameo); Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]
Synopsis
At the instant the Claw fired The Ultimate Annihilator at Fury, Suwan teleports him thru "Hyper-Dimensional Space" to the underground lair. She then teleports him to the SHIELD barber shop, where he collapses. In his lair, The Claw tests the Ultimate Annihilator by destroying a satellite in orbit. Mad with power, he plots "the dawn of a new age...and age of vengeance...of darkness and death". SHIELD medics give Fury the once-over in a "Revive Chamber", then warn him that any further stimulation could cause blackouts, blindness or death! Telling them to keep it confidential, Fury follows a tip, using the transparent car and a "Spectre-Suit" (to make him invisible) to trail a Claw agent. During a faked traffic accident, Fury sneaks into the trunk of the agent's car, getting out at their destination and getting the drop on The Claw & Von Voltzmann. But he discovers he's on board "The Sky Dragon", a huge airship miles above the city! Captured, Fury is tied underneath the Ultimate Annihilator, as The Claw prepares to use it to destroy New York City!
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Indexer Notes

Part 6 of 9. The "Revive Chamber" is strikingly similar to the one used to heal Luke Skywalker in the film THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK (1980). Ernst Stavro Blofeld would use a laser to destroy satellites in orbit in the 007 film, DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER (1971). In the introduction to Marvel Masterworks: Nick Fury Agent of Shield Volume 2 Steranko says he took over the color chores with Strange Tales # 165.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 37)

filler / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko

Characters
Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Gabe Jones; The Gaff [Sidney E. Levine]; Clay Quartermain

Indexer Notes

Detail from the cover of Strange Tales #167.

Behold the Savage Sky! (Table of Contents: 38)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko ?
Letters
?

Genre
spy
Characters
Yellow Claw; Nick Fury
Reprints

Behold the Savage Sky! (Table of Contents: 39)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 11 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Frank Giacoia
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Dum Dum Dugan; The Yellow Claw; Nick Fury; Fritz Von Voltzmann
Synopsis
As The Claw is about to destroy NYC, the SHIELD Heli-Carrier arrives, and a squad led by Dugan assault The Sky Dragon using grappling hooks like "ancient buccaneers". As a battle commences, Fury breaks loose and clobbers Von Voltzmann, saying "You sure ain't no beauty prize!" Several agents corner The Claw, but he lays them out using "Hyper-Psionic Brain Emanations". His nervous system drained, The Claws unleashes a squad of "Duplikeds"-- replica robots of himself-- to cover his escape. Fury catches up with the real Claw (apparently), using a "Magnetic Pelfrag Shooter" to weigh him down. But the pellets disintegrate-- The Claw now has armor all over, including his face-- and with spiked gloves, clobbers Fury, before making his escape by jet, threatening to return as a conqueror...
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Indexer Notes

Part 7 of 9. The use of a 2-page spread on pages 2-3 was later adapted by both Jack Kirby and Mike Grell on a very regular basis in their comics. The Sky Dragon would reappear in MARVEL TWO-IN ONE #51 (May 1979). It's been debated by some fans whether The Claw seen at the beginning of this episode was the same one who beat up Fury & escaped at the end! In the introduction to Marvel Masterworks: Nick Fury Agent of Shield Volume 2 Steranko says he took over the color chores with Strange Tales # 165.

Nothing Can Halt... Voltorg! (Table of Contents: 40)

Dr. Strange / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Dan Adkins
Inks
Dan Adkins
Colors
Marie Severin ?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
horror-suspense; science fiction
Characters
Dr. Strange; Voltorg
Reprints

If Death Be My Destiny! (Table of Contents: 41)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 11 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Joe Sinnott
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Jimmy Woo; Suwan; The Yellow Claw
Synopsis
Using a H.A.W.K. Harness (High Altitude Wing Kits), Fury pursues the Claw's escaping airship, latching hold with magnets just as a skyscraper-sized whirlpool whisks into the air, leading the ship below the water. There, Fury discovers The Claw's secret hideout is in the middle of New York Harbor. High above, the Heli-Carrier's vortex beam holds The Sky Dragon stationary, as SHIELD mops up The Claw's men. Fury uses a "Pyro-Band" to burn himself a doorway into The Claw's lair, then finds himself in a complex maze. He takes out a pair of heat-seaking missiles with an incendiary flare. Meanwhile, Jimmy Woo is ambushed by some of The Claw's men, then teleported to his lair, where against the protests of Suwan, the villain prepares to kill him using a "Thermo-Frigid Intensi-Ray Machine" in which he will be "polarized to death". But Fury arrives! As Suwan seeks to free Jimmy, Fury & The Claw struggle, the villain claiming "Even at this moment, your folly amuses me!" However, Suwan has succeeded at the cost of her own life! In tears, Jimmy vows vengeance against both The Claw and Fury...
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Indexer Notes

Part 8 of 9. The palm-magnets used by Fury were previously used by Captain America in TALES OF SUSPENSE #80 (August 1966). Dugan saying "Our best man's workin' on it right now!" is a tribute to a line from the pre-credit sequence of YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE (1967); Jimmy pursuing a thug down into a subway station also pays tribute to another scene in the same film. The "maze" page inspired a similar page in GIANT-SIZE MASTER OF KUNG FU #2 (December 1974). Jimmy's line about Burt Lancaster refers to the fact that Fury now resembles Steranko's favorite actor. The large figure of Fury on page 10 would become the cover corner box pic beginning with NICK FURY, AGENT OF S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 (June 1968).

[Cover of Strange Tales #167] (Table of Contents: 42)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko ?

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Gabe Jones; The Gaff [Sidney E. Levine]; Clay Quartermain
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Advertised in previous issue's coming attactions box as "Mighty Marvel's first venture into psychedelic artwork." Nick Fury is a dead ringer for Burt Lancaster (Steranko's favorite actor) on this cover.

Armageddon! (Table of Contents: 43)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 11 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Joe Sinnott
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Jimmy Woo; Suwan (deceased); The Yellow Claw; Nick Fury; Clay Quartermain; Dum Dum Dugan; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; The Gaff [Sidney E. Levine]; The Prime Mover (chess robot); Dr. Doom
Synopsis
Jimmy cradles the body of his beloved in his arms; The Claw vows vengeance; Fury says he's takin' over --NOW! Just then, ALL HELL BREAKS LOOSE as a SHIELD Suicide Squad bursts in thru the floor via "The Dreadnought," a colossal tunneling machine. The Claw vanishes, Fury uses a "Psuedo-Elliptoid Wrist Tracer" to find him, but arrives just as the villain escapes into the "Space-Time Continuum" in an "Infinity Sphere." But Fury finds a "Prototype Warp-Vest" which uses "Hyper-Space Circuits" and follows The Claw's "Cosmic Trajectory." The Claw hits the button on a nuclear detonator, destroying his entire underwater base-- just as Fury arrives and attacks him using a "Mind-Amplifyin' Gizmo." As The Claw topples backward, Fury tells him SHIELD planted an "Explosion Absorber" and cleared out-- meaning, The Claw only succeeded in destroying his own base. Fury then uses The Satan Claw to peel open The Claw's armor-- to surprising, shocking results...
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Indexer Notes

Part 9 of 9. Features comics' 1st 4-page spread (requiring 2 issues side-by-side for full effect). SHIELD's invading The Yellow Claw's underground HQ pays tribute to the climax of the film YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE (1967), except with the heroes coming up thru the floor instead of down thru the ceiling. SHIELD's Dreadnought, which takes its name (ironically) from the HYDRA killer robot, is in the tradition of tunneling machines used by Cave Carson in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #31 (DC Comics, September 1960), The Hate Monger in FANTASTIC FOUR #21 (February 1963), International Rescue on the tv series THUNDERBIRDS (1965) and Japan's Science Patrol on the tv series ULTRA MAN (1966). The Claw's "Infinity Sphere" is strikingly similar to The Legion Of Super-Heroes' "Time Bubbles" in ADVENTURE COMICS. With Dr. Strange battling a science-fiction villain, and Fury hurtling thru other dimensions, the line between the 2 series in STRANGE TALES was beginning to disappear. Baron Strucker's Satan Claw last seen in STRANGE TALES #159 (August 1967). The Prime Mover would return in GIANT-SIZE DEFENDERS #3 (January 1975). While the ending of this story would be long debated among fans, writer Steve Englehart would bring back The Yellow Claw in CAPTAIN AMERICA #164-167 (August-November 1973).

Exile! (Table of Contents: 44)

Dr. Strange / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Dan Adkins
Inks
Dan Adkins
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
horror-suspense; science fiction
Characters
Dr. Strange; Yandroth; Victoria Bentley
Reprints

Today Earth Died! (Table of Contents: 45)

Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD / comic story / 11 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Joe Sinnott
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Dum Dum Dugan; Jimmy Woo; S.H.I.E.L.D.; Chet Huntley (N.B.C. News); Vaengr
Synopsis
Having returned from Hyper-Space, Fury, in his office, dictates a letter to Jimmy Woo. He's unsure if The Claw, Suwan & Von Voltzmann, who all turned out to be robots, were the same ones Jimmy knew in the 50's or not ("But maybe not, who can say?"). As he drops off to sleep, he gets a message from Val about a UFO and takes off in her Jaguar XK-E. In the middle of Manhattan, a crowd of people and a TV news crew watch the arrival of a UFO, from which steps a beautiful, golden-skinned alien named Vaengr. He offers them "The Prism Of Miracles", which the elders of his people hope will "banish all hatred, crime, war and violence forever". Fury, Val & Dugan arrive, and go aboard his spaceship, but Val discovers Vaengr is not what he seems! Meanwhile, Jimmy receives Fury's message, which invites him to become a SHIELD agent. Aboard the alien ship, Fury is shocked as Val & Dugan are fried to ashes-- then, both he & Vanegr mutate into monstrous insect-like forms and do battle, while outside "greedy Earthlings" have turned on the Prism of Miracles-- really a "world-killing machine"-- as Vaengr reveals his race's purpose is to "destroy all life-- everywhere"! As Earth's complete destruction begins... Fury wakes from his nightmare. As he lights up a cigar, Dugan tells him of a report just in about a UFO...
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Indexer Notes

A peaceful alien offering a gift pays tribute to THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL (1951), while an alien invasion which turns out to be a nightmare-- which starts all over again at the end of the story-- pays tribute to INVADERS FROM MARS (1953). Series continues in NICK FURY, AGENT OF SHIELD #1 (June 1968).

Who Is Scorpio? (Table of Contents: 46)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Sam Rosen (logo)

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury (in disguise); Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Nick Fury L.M.D.; Scorpio; Dum Dum Dugan
Reprints

Who Is Scorpio? (Table of Contents: 47)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 20 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Joe Sinnott
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury L.M.D.; Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Pinky (lounge owner); Flip Mason (stand-up comic); Mitch Hackett (racketeer); Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Scorpio [Count Julio Scarlotti]
Synopsis
Fury sneaks into an island fortress, only to get shot in the back. Surprise! It's an L.M.D., and the shooter is the real Fury! But on examination, Dugan informs Fury the L.M.D.'s been shot 4 times, not 3-- which means, someone tried to assassinate him! The only clue is a tiny badge with a "Scorpio" symbol on it. In San Francisco, comic Flip Mason's on the run from gambling debts. In Kansas City, racketeer Mitch Hackett looks forward to joining the mob. In NYC, Fury & Val walk in the rain. At the Monza Autodrome, Count Julio Scarlotti wins a race-- and we see he has a Scorpio tattoo on his wrist. Days later in Nevada, Fury helps test an "EPB G-System" (Entrope Phase Barrier Guard System), a force field which is hoped may one day protect entire armies. As SHIELD prepares one final test (with an H-Bomb!) we see the tech firing the missile has a Scorpio tattoo on his wrist. Fury suddenly realizes the EPB's down, and nobody answers his comm. He races across the desert to a rocket sled used by NASA to escape as the missile descends on the spot he was relaxing. At the U.S. Government Research Center in Las Vegas, everyone's been put to sleep with gas by Scorpio-- when Fury arrives via motorcycle! As the hooded villain speaks of vengeance and "The Parable Of Doom", Fury wonders who the HELL this guy is? Nearby, a mobster mistakes Mason for Hackett and gives him a suitcase of money. Mason takes it, thinking all his problems are gone! Hackett arrives wondering where his suitcase is (not realizing it actually contains a time-bomb), and a gunfight erupts. The two fights intersect paths, and Hackett winds up shooting Scorpio's escape craft, causing it to go up in an explosive fireball, of which Val says, "No one could live through that!" As Mason is about to call his wife, the bomb goes off.
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Indexer Notes

Mystery continues in NICK FURY, AGENT OF SHIELD #5 (October 1968). Scorpio's mention of "The Parable Of Doom" seems to suggest a connection with Baron Strucker (see STRANGE TALES #156 / May 1967). However, neither Jim Steranko or Roy Thomas followed up on this potential sub-plot.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 48)

filler / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko ?

Characters
Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Gabe Jones; The Gaff [Sidney E. Levine]; Clay Quartermain

Indexer Notes

Detail from the cover of Strange Tales #167.

[Cover of Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD #2] (Table of Contents: 49)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; Centurius
Reprints

So Shall Ye Reap... Death! (Table of Contents: 50)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 20 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Frank Giacoia; Joe Giella (assist)
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Jimmy Woo; Dum Dum Dugan; Nick Fury; Clay Quartermain; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Centurius [Dr. Noah Black] (Nobel Prize winner, Marvel's 1st black villain); P.D.Q. Werner (movie director); Tiffany (actor); Brad Carter (actor); Kong (robotic prop)
Synopsis
Jimmy Woo goes through a death-trap laden "fun house" as his initiation as a SHIELD agent. Later, in his apartment, Fury & Val get romantic. The next day, off the Pacific Coast, en route to the Heli-Carrier in a bizarre twin-bodied jet, Fury & Jimmy are knocked out of the sky and wind up on a volcanic island transformed into a "Garden of Eden" and biological laboratory by "Centurius"-- formerly Dr. Noah Black, a scientist who disappeared in the 1930s when his theories were scoffed at. After creating both new & extinct forms of life and sending them into space, he plans to rain down fire on the entire Earth, for forty days and forty nights, cleansing it so his creations can start anew on a world "without the threat of mass murder, intimidation, fear". With the help of a visiting movie company and their robot gorilla prop, Fury & Woo put the kibosh on his plans. Centurius dives into his own evolution ray, devolving into protoplasmic slime, while his "A.R.C." (Automated Rebirth Colonizer) inexplicably crashes straight into the dormant volcano that served as his lab, wiping out the entire island. Fury muses, "Let's just say some greater force in the universe handled it his own way!" Actors Brad & Tiffany, who've been fighting on every movie they've ever made, suddenly find love.
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Indexer Notes

Centurius becomes the 3rd Steranko villain to use the phrase "Parable Of Doom" (see page 10, panel 9), though to date there appears no connection whatsoever between him, Baron Strucker & Scorpio. Last panel on page 5 altered due to the Comics Code Authority; inadvertently, the new panel is far more "suggestive" than the one it replaced! Original panel restored in 2000 reprint. Joe Giella (longtime friend of Frank Giacoia) assists; Fury's face in page 10, panel 7 is clearly his work.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 51)

filler / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko ?

Characters
Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Gabe Jones; The Gaff [Sidney E. Levine]; Clay Quartermain

Indexer Notes

Detail from the cover of Strange Tales #167.

[Cover of Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD #3] (Table of Contents: 52)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko; John Romita (alterations)
Pencils
Jim Steranko; John Romita (alterations)
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Jim Steranko (logo)

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; Rachel
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Romita alterations on hound, per Nick Caputo, Jan 2011.

Dark Moon Rise, Hell Hound Kill! (Table of Contents: 53)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 20 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Dan Adkins
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
detective-mystery; fantasy-supernatural; spy
Characters
Ken Astor; Alistair Rampson (butler); Mycroft (psychic detective, alias) [Miles Von Croft] (ex-Nazi U-Boat commander); Countess Caution (psychic detective); Rachel (psychic detective, Mycroft's ward); Angus MacGregor (groundskeeper); Black Hugh [Lord Hugh Ravenlock] (flashback cameo); Lord Gavin Ravenlock (deceased)
Synopsis
Murder on the moors brings Nick to investigate the death of an old army friend. He finds mystery, a trio of psychic detectives, a huge dog, and more than meets the eyes...
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Indexer Notes

Tribute to Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Hound Of The Baskervilles", mixed with a bit of the John Lucarotti AVENGERS episode, "Castle De'ath". Parodied in NOT BRAND ECHH #11 (December 1968). Also pays tribute to Simon & Kirby's "The Phantom Hound Of Cardiff Moor" from CAPTAIN AMERICA #10 (January 1942), including the 2-page title spread. Mycroft based on Peter Cushing; Rampson based on Robert Urquhart; Angus based on Boris Karloff.

SHIELD Origin Issue! (Table of Contents: 54)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Jim Steranko

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; HYDRA
Reprints

Scorpio (Table of Contents: 55)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko (signed)
Letters
Jim Steranko (signed)

Genre
spy
Characters
Scorpio; Nick Fury; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]
Reprints

What Ever Happened To Scorpio? (Table of Contents: 56)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 20 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
John Tartaglione
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Nick Fury; Pickman (locksmith); Scorpio [Jake Fury] (unrevealed); Dum Dum Dugan; Senator Irksome
Synopsis
Val reads Nick's horoscope in the morning paper, which says "Someone in your past will return today." Nick pays a visit on Pickman, who's helping him locate someone, and he doesn't want SHIELD involved. The ESP Division picks up "possible danger", sending Nick to a seemingly-deserted warehouse-- and straight into a trap set by Scorpio! Nick's Farrari is destroyed, and Nick is captured. While unconscious, Scorpio creates a face-mask to allow him to impersonate Nick, then goes in disguise to view the test of the latest model of LMD. But as it begins, no one else realizes the robot has been replaced with Nick, drugged so he can't speak! Miraculously, Fury manages to dodge one death trap after another, then faces his would-be killer. Val, trying to save Nick's life, shoots at the "LMD"-- but hits Pickman instead, who found his way in via a secret passage. Nick pursues the escaping imposter, who tears off his mask, revealing his true identity to Nick-- just before being caught in a hail of gunfire from a group of SHIELD agents! After, Nick stands alone on a dock, looking out over the water, wondering if the man who tried so very hard to murder him is still alive...
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Identity of Scorpio revealed by Roy Thomas in THE AVENGERS #72 (January 1970), reprinted in ESSENTIAL AVENGERS Vol.4 (2004). Pickman based on Robert Morley. More details revealed when Scorpio returns in THE DEFENDERS #46, 48-50 (April, June-August 1977). Full background of character not revealed until flashback in FURY #1 (May 1994). Steranko repeated the gimmick of ending the story by having a character diving into water thru a hail of gunfire in CAPTAIN AMERICA #111 (March 1969). Nick's Ferrari, which he's had since STRANGE TALES #162 (November 1967) is destroyed; he gets a replacement in NICK FURY, AGENT OF SHIELD #8 (January 1969).

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 57)

filler / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko ?

Characters
Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Gabe Jones; The Gaff [Sidney E. Levine]; Clay Quartermain

Indexer Notes

Detail from the cover of Strange Tales #167.

[Cover of Nick Fury, Agent of Shield #6] (Table of Contents: 58)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko

Genre
science fiction; spy
Characters
Nick Fury
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Wally Wood tribute. 1 of 12 Marvel covers available as a 2-color poster from Steranko's Supergraphics company in the 1970's. Kerry Gammill & Dennis Janke paid tribute to this on the cover of SUPERMAN #28 (February 1989).

[Cover of Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD #7] (Table of Contents: 59)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Salvador Dali tribute. Steranko's last SHIELD cover until SHIELD #1 (February 1973).

The Man Called D.E.A.T.H. (Table of Contents: 60)

The Man Called D.E.A.T.H. / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?; Stan Lee (plot)
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Inks
Jim Steranko
Letters
?

Genre
spy; superhero
Characters
Nick Fury
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Original two page proposal art for the unused "Nick Fury, The Man Called DEATH" by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Kirby's art was later inked by Jim Steranko as a test to see if he was good enough to work for Marvel.

[A though act to escape...] (Table of Contents: 61)

Nick Fury, Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D. / illustration / 1 page (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Letters
Sam Rosen

Characters
Nick Fury
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Original, uncensored pencil art by Jim Steranko from page 7 of Strange Tales #155.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 62)

Nick Fury, Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D. / illustration / 1 page (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Letters
Sam Rosen

Characters
Nick Fury
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Production proof from page 6 of Strange Tales #156, including Steranko's color notes.

[Faint notes at the top of...] (Table of Contents: 63)

Nick Fury, Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D. / illustration / 1 page (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Letters
Sam Rosen

Characters
Nick Fury
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Production proof of page 7 of Strange Tales #157.

[The Comics Code Authority found...] (Table of Contents: 64)

illustration / 1 page (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko; ?
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Joe Sinnot
Letters
Sam Rosen

Characters
Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Dum Dum Dugan

Indexer Notes

Original, uncensored art by Jim Steranko from page 5 of Strange Tales #168.

[Taking the power of the double-page spread...] (Table of Contents: 65)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Joe Sinnott
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
Jimmy Woo; Suwan (deceased); The Yellow Claw; Nick Fury; Clay Quartermain; Dum Dum Dugan; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; The Gaff [Sidney E. Levine]
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Pages 2-5 of Strange Tales #167 (the infamous quadruple-page spread) at half size over two pages.

Marvel House ad from June 1968... (Table of Contents: 66) (Expand) /

promo (ad from the publisher) / 1 page (report information)

[Too hot for the Comics Code,...] (Table of Contents: 67)

Nick Fury, Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D. / illustration / 1 page (report information)

Script
Jim Steranko
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Frank Giacoia

Characters
Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]; Nick Fury
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Original, uncensored art by Jim Steranko and Frank Giacoia from page 5 of Nick Fury #2.

[Passed up for the S.H.I.E.L.D....] (Table of Contents: 68)

Nick Fury, Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D. / illustration / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
Jim Steranko
Letters
Jim Steranko; Sam Rosen (Logo)

Genre
spy; superhero
Characters
Nick Fury; Scorpio; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Original unused cover concept for Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD #1. Later slightly redesigned and used as the cover to #5

They Are the Unliving! (Table of Contents: 69)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
spy
Characters
Dum Dum Dugan; Nick Fury; A.I.M.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Cover depicts a scene from Strange Tales #146 (July 1966). Fury's pose is a variation of the one from Page 5, Panel 4 of Strange Tales #166 (March 1968).

The End of AIM! (Table of Contents: 70)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
Morrie Kuramoto

Genre
spy
Characters
Dum Dum Dugan; Nick Fury; Gabe Jones
Reprints
Keywords
United States flag

Indexer Notes

Cover is variation of Strange Tales #167 (April 1968). No direct relation to either story inside. Fury (or anyone else) would not wear black jumpsuit until Strange Tales #156 (May 1967).

The Moment of.. Overkill! (Table of Contents: 71)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Jack Kirby (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
?
Letters
Sam Rosen

Genre
spy
Characters
HYDRA; Nick Fury
Reprints

[The Hiding Place!] (Table of Contents: 72)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
?
Editing
Stan Lee (original Editor)

Genre
spy
Characters
Dum Dum Dugan; Laura Brown; Nick Fury; HYDRA
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Henry Kujawa suggested that the Laura Brown figure was inked by Wally Wood, agreed by Nick Simon (August 2007). Nick Caputo believes the cover is inked entirely by Steranko.

Death-Trap! (Table of Contents: 73)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko
Inks
Jim Steranko
Colors
?
Letters
Danny Crespi ?

Genre
spy
Characters
HYDRA; Nick Fury
Reprints

[Cover from the 1983 Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Special Edition 1] (Table of Contents: 74)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 2 pages (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Andy Yanchus
Letters
?

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Jasper Sitwell; Jimmy Woo; Gabe Jones; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Wraparound cover.

[Cover from the 1983 Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Special Edition 2] (Table of Contents: 75)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Andy Yanchus
Letters
?
Editing
Stan Lee (original Editor)

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury
Reprints

[Steranko returned to the spy he made famous...] (Table of Contents: 76)

Nick Fury / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (painting, signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (painting, signed)
Colors
Jim Steranko (painting, signed)

Genre
superhero
Characters
Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Val [Countess Valentina Allegra de Fontaine]
Reprints

Prologue (Table of Contents: 77)

foreword, introduction, preface, afterword / 2 pages (report information)

Script
A. M. Virturtia
Letters
typeset

Reprints

Introduction (Table of Contents: 78)

foreword, introduction, preface, afterword / 1 page (report information)

Script
Larry Hama
Letters
typeset

Reprints

Biography (Table of Contents: 79)

text article / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
? (photo)
Inks
? (photo)
Colors
? (photo)
Letters
Typeset

Indexer Notes

Biography on Jim Steranko.

S.H.I.E.L.D. By Steranko: The Complete Collection TPB (Table of Contents: 80)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Jim Steranko (signed)
Inks
Jim Steranko (signed)
Colors
Dean White
Letters
?

Genre
spy
Characters
Nick Fury; Dum Dum Dugan; Jasper Sitwell; Jimmy Woo; Gabe Jones; Val [Contessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine]
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Inside back cover.

Editing
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Table of Contents
  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  2. 1. Steranko and Nick Fury Collected Editions
  3. 2. S.H.I.E.L.D.
  4. 3. [Indicia]
  5. 4. S.H.I.E.L.D. By Steranko
  6. 5. Contents
  7. 6. Previously...
  8. 7. The Moment of.. Overkill!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  9. 8. Overkill!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  10. 9. Into the Dimension of Death!
    Dr. Strange
  11. 10. The Power of SHIELD!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  12. 11. [Cover of Strange Tales #153]
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  13. 12. The Hiding Place!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  14. 13. Clea Must Die!
    Dr. Strange
  15. 14. Beware... the Deadly Dreadnought!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  16. 15. [Cover of Strange Tales #155]
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  17. 16. Death Trap!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  18. 17. [no title indexed]
  19. 18. ..When Umar Walks the Earth!
    Dr. Strange
  20. 19. The Tribunal!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  21. 20. Crisis!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  22. 21. Crisis!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  23. 22. The Sands of Death!
    Dr. Strange
  24. 23. Final Encounter!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  25. 24. Featuring: The Great Captain America!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  26. 25. Spy School
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  27. 26. If This Planet You Would Save!
    Dr. Strange
  28. 27. Project: Blackout
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  29. 28. [no title indexed]
  30. 29. The Second Doom!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  31. 30. The Second Doom
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  32. 31. From the Never-World Comes... Nebulos!
    Dr. Strange
  33. 32. So Evil, The Night!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  34. 33. And the Dragon Cried... Death!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  35. 34. And the Dragon Cried... Death!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  36. 35. Nightmare!
    Dr. Strange
  37. 36. When Comes... Black Noon!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  38. 37. [no title indexed]
  39. 38. Behold the Savage Sky!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  40. 39. Behold the Savage Sky!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  41. 40. Nothing Can Halt... Voltorg!
    Dr. Strange
  42. 41. If Death Be My Destiny!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  43. 42. [Cover of Strange Tales #167]
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  44. 43. Armageddon!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  45. 44. Exile!
    Dr. Strange
  46. 45. Today Earth Died!
    Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD
  47. 46. Who Is Scorpio?
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  48. 47. Who Is Scorpio?
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  49. 48. [no title indexed]
  50. 49. [Cover of Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD #2]
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  51. 50. So Shall Ye Reap... Death!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  52. 51. [no title indexed]
  53. 52. [Cover of Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD #3]
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  54. 53. Dark Moon Rise, Hell Hound Kill!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  55. 54. SHIELD Origin Issue!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  56. 55. Scorpio
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  57. 56. What Ever Happened To Scorpio?
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  58. 57. [no title indexed]
  59. 58. [Cover of Nick Fury, Agent of Shield #6]
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  60. 59. [Cover of Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD #7]
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  61. 60. The Man Called D.E.A.T.H.
    The Man Called D.E.A.T.H.
  62. 61. [A though act to escape...]
    Nick Fury, Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  63. 62. [no title indexed]
    Nick Fury, Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  64. 63. [Faint notes at the top of...]
    Nick Fury, Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  65. 64. [The Comics Code Authority found...]
  66. 65. [Taking the power of the double-page spread...]
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  67. 66. Marvel House ad from June 1968...
  68. 67. [Too hot for the Comics Code,...]
    Nick Fury, Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  69. 68. [Passed up for the S.H.I.E.L.D....]
    Nick Fury, Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  70. 69. They Are the Unliving!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  71. 70. The End of AIM!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  72. 71. The Moment of.. Overkill!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  73. 72. [The Hiding Place!]
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  74. 73. Death-Trap!
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  75. 74. [Cover from the 1983 Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Special Edition 1]
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  76. 75. [Cover from the 1983 Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Special Edition 2]
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  77. 76. [Steranko returned to the spy he made famous...]
    Nick Fury
  78. 77. Prologue
  79. 78. Introduction
  80. 79. Biography
  81. 80. S.H.I.E.L.D. By Steranko: The Complete Collection TPB
    Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
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