This preview of the new Nick Fury #1 by James Robinson and ACO looks outstanding. Credit to Hugo Petrus and colorist Rachelle Rosenberg as well.  Throw in variants by the likes of Bill Sienkiewicz and you’ve got nice art defined. The book stars young Nick Fury and it’s more spy action because what else would you get with Nick Fury?

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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 present your new look atNICK FURY #1 – the all-new series bringing the high-octane spy action to your local comic shop on April 19th! 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!

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.

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 April 19th!  

NICK FURY #1 (FEB170811)
Written by JAMES ROBINSON
Art & Cover by ACO
Variant Covers by GREG LAND (FEB170812) and LARRY STROMAN (FEB170813)
Hip-Hop Variant by BILL SIENKIEWICZ (FEB170814)
Action Figure Variant by JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER (FEB170815)

FOC – 03/27/17, On-Sale – 04/19/17

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Looks like a Sterankoesque vibe with enough of a 45 year update to make it frexh and modern. This may be the first Marvel book that I will buy in the last 5 years.

  2. The combination of ACO’s art and the promise of done-in-one spy stories was enough to convince me to give this a try as single issues (and I buy very few Marvel series in single issues any more).

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