S.H.I.E.L.D.: Nick Fury VS. S.H.I.E.L.D.

S H I E L D Nick Fury VS S H I E L D S H I E L D Nick Fury VS S H I E L D

  • Title: S.H.I.E.L.D.: Nick Fury VS. S.H.I.E.L.D.
  • Author: Bob Harras Paul Neary
  • ISBN: 9780785159018
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Hardcover
  • S.H.I.E.L.D Nick Fury VS S.H.I.E.L.D.

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    1. Maybe not an 80s milestone like Watchmen and The Dark Knight Returns, but this thrilling (and sometimes brutal!) action packed hi-tech spy story by the now DC comics editor-in-chief Bob Harras is just one of the best Marvel sagas of that period, so different by modern "Disney Channel" stories from the House of Ideas.And storyline inspired a lot the "Captain America: the Winter Soldier" movieIt's real good stuff, and it shocked for good this old reader here when he was a teen.Just give it a try a [...]

    2. This 'graphic novel' is a compilation of six comics written back in the late 1980s. It was a worthy attempt at showing how Nick Fury is the ultimate spy, I guess. I did not read the series when it first came out back when; I bought it on a whim [and because I got it dirt cheap] in this compilation form. I could not help but wonder if this series was a part of the inspiration of the second Captain America movie [starring Chris Evans]. Also, with the number of 'important' characters dying, I could [...]

    3. There are so many great little touches in this book. Interagency rivalries. Deep-cover secret agents that only report to the head of the service. Nick Fury hiding from his own agency in Central Station among the homeless. And when the book goes full-James Bond movie at the end, there are amazingly surreal moments like Fury taunting himself (from the subconscious of his enemy!) as he dies, which somehow, inexplicably, work. Highly recommended.

    4. I remember reading this one the first time and loving it to bits. It seemed to be the best thing I have ever seen.Now. some nice art but man, do these characters talk alot! And have an inner dialogue going on and on.But still entertaining stuff.

    5. As someone who's come very late to the party, and become interested in Nick Fury primarily through all the implications and unsaids in Brubaker Captain America (in particular) I was hoping for, well, not sure really, but this wasn't really it. It's a lot of fun, in a Dan Dare sort of way, but not really soldierin' or spyin' and I really didn't expect the lead to be runnin' about in skintight blue rubber being all superheroey(or whatever). Not that I'm complaining - my inner 8-year-old Biggles Fa [...]

    6. Questa miniserie, qui raccolta in volume, presenta un punto di passaggio notevole nel mito di Nick Fury, l'agente segreto definitivo del cosmo Marvel. La storia è un misto di fanstascienza e complotto politico, non è decisamente una storia di super eroi, e le idee base verranno riesumate da Hickman per la sua recente, e ottima serie, Secret Warriors. A sua volta Harras ha ripreso alcune idee e suggestioni del Fury di Steranko.Di fondo in questa serie assistiamo al risveglio di una intelligenza [...]

    7. I suppose, if you had an attachment to the old SHIELD series, this would not be to your liking, since it kills many of those characters and dismantles the organization. As someone who had never read many of those comics. I quite enjoyed this, and I think it still stands up. The art by Paul Neary is good (although there are some problems telling his characters apart) and the coloring goes a long way to adding to the oppressive mood of the story.

    8. Sort of to Nick Fury what Moonraker is to Bond films, not that good and showing that they just don't know what to do with the character. It tries to be epic but misses all the things that makes Fury a great character deserving of better writers.

    9. Reentapado de la obra originalmente publicada como revistas con portada especial de estuvo a cargo de Fernando De Felipe.

    10. An interesting premise, yet it fell sort of short. Hints of grand things, yet the reveal was sort of a let downd had been done before.

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