[Minutes later, in the conference room of the FF’s skyscraper headquarters…]
Reed Richards: Why didn’t you tell them downstairs that you’re with the CIA now, Sarge? It would have made things a lot easier.
Nick Fury: Us secret intelligence Joes don’t go broadcasting our identities, pal. And it’s Colonel Fury now! Ain’t that somethin’? Can you picture me being one of the big brass? Betcha wish you coulda lit my cigarette this way at Massacre Mountain, huh?
[Note: See Sgt. Fury #3, “Midnight at Massacre Mountain”. - Editor.]
- From Fantastic Four vol. 1 #21 by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. December 1963.
Nick Fury sketch by Goran Parlov.
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. art by Jack Kirby on the cover of Strange Tales vol. 1 #135. August 1965.
"S.H.I.E.L.D. ORIGIN ISSUE" - art by Jim Steranko reprinted in "Steranko: Graphic Narrative, Storytelling in the Comics and the Visual Novel", published by the Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1978.
Nick Fury by Stefano Caselli
Fury [in front of a “Datacore” Hydra monitor screen]: I’ve been workin’ for the bad guys the whole damn time.
Wiccan, Hulkling, Nick Fury and Kate Bishop on the cover of Secret Invasion vol. 1 #4 by Leinil Francis Yu.
Son of origins by John Romita
I used to carry this book around with me the way some people carry around a Bible
Nick Fury by Mike Deodato Jr.
NICK FURY BY LEE WEEKS
Black Widow and Nick Fury by John Romita Jr.
Francesco Francavilla’s variant cover for Secret Avengers vol. 2 #5. August 2013.
Ares and Nick Fury on the cover of Dark Avengers vol. 1 #9 by Mike Deodato Jr. November 2009.
Nick Fury by Jim Steranko.
Founder’s Hospital. Next Morning. Nick Fury and Tony Stark, in Iron Man vol. 3 #67 by Robin Laws and Michael Ryan. June 2003.