Fury #1

Marvel Comics

Written by Al Ewing

Art by Scot Eaton, Tom Reilly, Adam Kubert and Ramon Rosanas

Inks by Cam Smith

Colors by Jordie Bellaire

Letters by Joe Caramagna

The Rundown: Nick Fury finds himself in the middle of a mystery that has ties to his father’s past.

Nick Fury receives a mysterious message about a break in at a top secret facility and breaks in to investigate. After finding a mystery thief who is highly skilled, he not only loses the thief, but the object she was searching for. An object that will prompt him to look into his father’s old files.

After reading up on his father’s history with the same device, Nick Fury senior gets a visitor on the moon. A visitor who has bigger plans for the object. Plans that will bring father and son together to protect the universe.

The Story: A fantastic, classic spy thriller from Al Ewing. The story does a fantastic job of tying both characters together through the history of Nick Fury and creating a narrative that brings them together in an interesting way. I love the tone of the story as well as the action, intrigue and new adventures teased within it. I look forward to seeing where this new Fury goes in the future and what impact he will have on the Marvel universe.

The Art: All of the artist bring unique and classic styles of imagery to the issue. The visuals are fun and remind me of all of the things I loved about the Nick Fury character and his adventures.

Fury #1



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