- Gary Friedrich (plot, dialogue); Herb Trimpe (plot); Dick Ayers (plot)
- Herb Trimpe; Dick Ayers (see notes)
- Sam Grainger
- Jean Izzo
- Number 72 (HYDRA commander); Bulls-eye (assassin); Dum Dum Dugan; Nick Fury; Agent 97 (HYDRA); Eddie (doorman); Laura Brown; Number 94; HYDRA; Country Joe and The Fish (rock band)
- HYDRA hires the services of Bulls-eye, a paid assassin, to kill Nick Fury. Fury and Laura attend a concert by Country Joe and The Fish in Central Park when Bulls-eye strikes apparently assassinating Nick Fury in full view of horrified onlookers. Abruptly, Hydra leader number 72 decides this would be the moment SHIELD would expect HYDRA to strike and changes his plans for an attack. Instead, SHIELD converges on Central Park and corner Bulls-eye, who decides to shoot it out with them but Dugan kills him.
Ayers may have assisted on pages 13-15. Info per Nick Caputo.
Bulls-eye's only appearance; not related to the Marv Wolfman villain from Daredevil #131 (March 1976). Following Number 72's instructions, Bulls-eye inexplicably wastes energy running all over NYC following Fury, even though he knew in advance where his target would be later in the day. Equally baffling is his wearing a brightly-colored costume while trying to escape from the scene of a murder. Last Issue of the series. Nick Fury turns up alive two months later in The Avengers #72 (January 1970).