Mangaverse: New Dawn #1
Marvel Mangaverse: Eternity Twilight #1
Jumping on the
anime-magna bandwagon, Marvel released a series of oneshots in 2002
remaking the Marvel Universe with a trademark Japanese bent, including
Hulk that resembled Godzilla. In this universe Tony Stark has a
sister, Antoinette, who is a former SHIELD agent and takes on the
armor in wake of her brother's disappearance and Baron Von Strucker
and HYDRA is an ally of Namor and Atlantis. Also Hydra plays a crucial
role as they are run by a group known as the Keepers who sought to
bring supernatural beings to the world.
The popularity of the 'manga'/anime style of art
has influenced many artists working in mainstream Marvel Universe
more Nick Furys in this style, most notably the Marvel Tsunami title
Venom and Spectacular Spider-Man.
Glimpsed in this series is a SHIELD video game featuring AIM and the
Marvel Mangaverse: New Dawn #1
United They Stand #2
Based on the
short-lived FOX animated series, this comic featured original stories
in the continuity of the series. In this universe, Nick Fury loses his
eyes in the present day after battling the hordes of HYDRA, here lead
by a frail 103-year-old Baron Von Strucker who keeps himself alive via
advanced medicine and machines. Fury's age or any previous history with
Von Strucker in WW II is not mentioned.
by Dum Dum Dugan and Jasper Sitwell and the helicarrier
Strucker wields a Satan Claw and owns a panther (like the
Inker: Scott Koolish
Wayne: Agent of SHIELD #1
In the Amalgam universe, the histories of DC and Marvel
merge into one. While most heroes and villains merged into one
unit, Nick Fury remained unchanged, albeit no longer the director
of SHIELD having trained his successor, Bruce Wayne. Fury is now
retired alongside DC Comics's WWII vet Sgt. Rock.
Inker: Mark Pennington
crossover with Image in 1997 produced this one shot where Nick Fury
recruits Cole Cash from a South American prison to help SHIELD fend
off an alien invasion by the Brood. Cash accepts and together with
Agent 43 and Jean Grey from the X-Men they stop the latest plan by
the Brood and Mr. Sinister.
by the helicarrier and a jeep with the trademark SHIELD hover
Fury is featured on the Jim Lee cover variant.
Lobdell, was also a writer on Nick Fury,
Agent of SHIELD (2)
America (4) #19-20
this divergent timeline, Captain America awakens in a Nazi-controlled world
under the leadership of the Red Skull where he is not awaken until 2004.
Found by a Nazi sub-commander, Captain America is brought to New Berlin
where he falls
with the resistance movement. Nick Fury
and Dum Dum Dugan are among the underground fighters. Also worth noting
is that Baron Von Strucker serves the Red Skull faithfully and is the first
to travel back in the past in an attempt to cement the Nazi empire throughout
Cover Appearances on issue #19
Inker Tom Palmer
Colorist Dave Stewart
Four The End #3-6
In this 'final' Fantastic Four story, Reed Richards has turned the Earth into
a Utopia, but it is threatened by team-up of old FF foes. Nick Fury commands
the SHIELD Ark, a space faring version of the helicarrier. Val and Dugan still
sporting their classic 60s image are also aboard.
Zombies: Dead Days
version of Nick Fury existed in world gone mad with a zombie infestation
that has spread across the world including to the superhero community.
Fury stands as one of the last non-infected and calls those like him
to seek refuge aboard the helicarrier and seek a cure, including the
Fanstic Four and Nova.
Attempting to gain help from Doctor Doom, Fury fails and learns from Tony Stark
that there is little hope for a cure to even work at this stage. A dimensional
portal is constucted to the Negative Zone where survivors can escape, but once
the carrier is overrun with zombies, Fury orders it destoryed.
Four (2) #12
In this offshoot from the Heroes Reborn universe, the Marvel Universe
and Image are one. Nick Fury and Dugan are both killed (off panel), Fury
losing his life in battle with Doctor Doom. Doom is said to have taken
Fury's head and mounted it on his wall. Its unclear if this adventure
takes place in the same universe as 1997's WildCATS/X-Men Silver Age
The alternate-universe-tripping team of mutants find themselves in a world
where the Impossible Man has run amok. The Exiles phone Fury from
the crashed helicarrier in Washington DC and find that he's trapped in Disney
Fury updates them on how things in this world went awry.
In this universe
designed by comic creator Alex Ross, Norman Osborne becomes president of
the United States and using alien DNA forms a virus named Hydra, literally
talking over people, even those who are dead. Captain America refused to
side with Osborne and Hydra was used to destroy SHIELD,
talking over the likes of Sharon Carter, Dum Dum, and Contessa
Valentina Allegro de Fontaine. The helicarrier crashed and Nick Fury perished
there, his LMDs running mad all about.
appearances by Dugan, and other SHIELD crew taken over by the
Hydra, of course, evokes the name of SHIELD's #1 foe, HYDRA.
Man - Crash (1988)
In the near future,
the reclusive Tony Stark has decided to make his Iron-Man technology
available to all the world, but a conspiracy within Stark International
and the Japanese conglomerate ESON threaten to use the technology
to up the Information Wars.
comes out of retirement to head an investigation by SHIELD,
which is now a global police service, beholden to no one government.
helicarrier was destroyed in 1985, now replaced
by the Levicarrier
Stark revealed himself as Iron Man 14 years
prior to this adventure
appears makes mention of a "Mary
who has now left him.
Fury would appear as a 'digital' character again in MAX: US War
Producer/Programmer: William Bates
In this alternate universe, apes are the reigning form of life on Earth and history
mirrors that of 616 Earth. During World War II Nick Furry lead his team of crack
commandos known as the Howler Commandos. Among them are ape versions of Dum Dum,
Pinky, Izzy, and Reb.
Adventures Fantastic Four #18
this all-ages Marvel series, Sue Storm is offered a chance to
be a secret agent for the government by Nick Fury. After several
missions however Sue decides to stay with her family and turns
down a chance to be her own boss.
no mention of SHIELD is ever made as the secret government
agency Fury works for, however several SHIELD elements are in clear
evidence including hovercars and a character resembling
of the plot resemble the film True Lies,
which itself shares similarities to SHIELD.