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Marvel Comics Fan Art — Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD

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nick fury  digital inks   quick colors  by fantasticmystery d7pjztf 358x600 Marvel Comics Fan Art   Nick Fury Agent of SHIELDWell I guess tech­ni­cally this would be Nick Fury Jr. if we're going by the comic books rather than the movies.

Yes, in order to bring the comic universe closer in line with the cine­matic universe without actu­ally killing off an iconic (to comic book nerds) char­acter like Nick Fury, Marvel intro­duced Nick Fury's son (conve­niently named Nick Fury Jr.) a couple of years ago. While the whole "he had a son" thing was pretty hockey, the char­acter is solid enough and we still get to see classic Nick Fury from time to time so I'm okay with it.

I like the dynamism of FantasticMystery's inter­pre­ta­tion of the char­acter. He's very much the action hero and that shows in the image I think. Nick Fury (Jr. or Sr.) should always look cool and he does here.

Source: Deviantart — Nick Fury

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