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Nick Fury

  1. An Adorable Comic Strip In Which Nick Fury Must Wake Up The Avengers And Then Put Them To Bed


    Jenn Menze has been producing some fantastic comics featuring the cast of Marvel's The Avengers. But I'm not sure how much higher on the adorable meter this complimentary series can go. Take a look at "How Does Fury Wake Up the Avengers?" and then find out how he gets them to go to sleep.

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  2. Samuel L. Jackson (as Nick Fury) Is Not Impressed With Captain France in Winter Soldier International Marketing

    Samuel L. Jackson is contractually required to drop one F-bomb per appearance.

    Hey, guys, come on, those are some pretty tired stereotypes—what? Oh, this is from a French show called Le Grand Journal? Nevermind, this is awesome self-deprecating humor. Way to go, France. Still, the absolute best part of this is watching Samuel L. Jackson's reactions. I don't think he had to dig too deep for the disapproving looks.

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  3. Cap, Fury, and Black Widow Get Winter Soldier Posters as the Falcon Stands in the Corner and Sighs

    What It Says On the Tin

    The full posters are behind the jump, because Black Widow exudes an almost religious majesty in hers that I don't want to spring on an unsuspecting reader. If you have sunglasses, put them on now. Don't worry, Falcon. You're still a newbie. It won't be too long before you get a poster of your very own. I hope.

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  4. Comics to Read After Last Night’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Episode 4 “Eye Spy”

    There sure are a lot of eye problems in the Marvel universe.

    We'll bring you up to speed with some extra reading material to dive deeper into last night's episode of Agents of SHIELD, "Eye Spy." As always, if you missed the episode, beware of possible spoilers.

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  5. A Little Love For The Bald Characters Of Pop Culture


    A friend was lamenting to me just last night there weren't enough bald characters to dress up as for Halloween. These creations from Mr. Peruca prove otherwise. He calls the series, "Notorious Baldies." Much like with footwear, apparently heads are pretty distinct. Even without their faces.

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  6. How Nick Fury Got His Eyepatch


    As someone who has only recently developed the skills for an occasional application of eyeliner and shadow, the mysteries of the mascara wand seem dark and foreboding. Maybe it's just the flashbacks to being nigh-on attacked with one when some well meaning friends found out I was makeupless an hour before prom, but I can really relate to markmak's Fury here.

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  7. LEGO Marvel Video Game To Feature Wolverine, Loki, Black Widow, & More!


    With LEGO producing toy sets for the Marvel Universe, it was only a matter of time before a deal for a video game was struck. We just found out it's officially happening! So when can you expect to Hulk Smash some LEGO blocks?

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  8. Copies of David Hasselhoff’s Made For TV Nick Fury Movie Are Going for $70 And Up on Ebay; We Cackle


    This is not a joke. Due to, one can only assume, the popularity of The Avengers, DVD copies of Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., a 1998 made for TV movie based on the Marvel Comics character, is now worth $70 and up on Used. If you want a new one, that'll set you back at least $120. Lets hope this doesn't give David Hasselhoff any more funny ideas. Previously in Television Movies

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  9. Kitty Cosplay of the Day: Nick Fury

    In Which We Make A Terrible Pun

    Otherwise known as Nick Furry or Nick Purry, if you prefer. This savvy S.H.I.E.L.D. agent is dedicated to eradicating any and all rodent invasions of Earth. Director Purry would also like to speak with you about the Avengeprrrs Initiative. (Hint: You're a shoe-in if you keep some catnip in your pocket.) (MigraineSky via Midtown Comics tumblr) Previously in The Avengers

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  10. The Avengers, Redesigned as a Part of Japanese Folklore

    Japan :D

    We here at The Mary Sue are all in favor of great tastes that taste great together. Who doesn't like a crossover you can really sink your teeth into, especially when it comes to the well-worn territory of The Avengers? Fear not, comrades at arms. For those wishing this summer's box-office bunker-buster had a little more samurai spirit amidst its sound and noise, the Internet has got you covered! Artist Alex Mitchell, who has previously applied his knowledge of traditional Japanese yōkai, oni, arms, and armor to DC's Justice League, here takes a more historical, but no less fantastical, approach to the current Avengers ensemble. Beyond the obvious appeal, there's a carefully considered wealth of detail in these re-imaginings that compliments each character, allying them dutifully with Japanese cultural archetypes and real historical figures. Mitchell has even put thought into name translation, and a bit of alternative backstory for each. Now tell us this isn't one anime-ification you would be thrilled to see.

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