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America's Top Spy
|出生||December 21, 1951|
US Army (前)|
|权限||Level 10, Alpha, Omega|
Iron Man 2|
Captain America: The Winter Soldier - The Official Game
Lego Marvel's Avengers
Nick Fury: Spies Like Us|
The Incredible Hulk: The Fury Files
Iron Man: I Am Iron Man!
Iron Man: Security Measures
Iron Man 2: Public Identity
Iron Man 2 Adaptation
The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week
Iron Man 2: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Captain America: The First Avenger Adaptation
The Avengers: Black Widow Strikes
The Avengers: The Avengers Initiative
Thor: The Dark World Prelude
The Avengers Adaptation
|配音||John Eric Bentley (additional dialogue)|
And you sir? Where are you heading now?"
"Well I'm trading in my bird's eye view for two solid feet on the ground. This is the last time you'll be seeing me for a stretch."
"You're going to disappear. Nowhere to be found."
"Nowhere? You know me better than that Phil, I'll be everywhere.
Colonel Nicholas "Nick" Joseph Fury was an officer of the US Army and an espionage veteran in the CIA during the Cold War. He joined S.H.I.E.L.D., a covert international peacekeeping organization which operates as humanity's first line of defense against Earth's most dangerous enemies. He quickly impressed S.H.I.E.L.D.'s higher-ups, and was promoted to the position of Director, becoming the leader of S.H.I.E.L.D. He led S.H.I.E.L.D. for years, spearheading the Avengers Initiative, Project T.A.H.I.T.I., Project Insight, and other operations.
Preceding the HYDRA Uprising, an assassination attempt was made on his life. Fury survived but elected to remain officially dead, telling only a select few that he was still alive. After the attack on the Triskelion, he went deep underground to begin rooting out the forces of HYDRA. As a part of this mission, he joined Phil Coulson and helped him and his team defeat John Garrett. Afterwards, he made Coulson the new Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. and left to continue his mission. He helped the Avengers defeat Ultron in the Battle of Sokovia and later assisted them in the New Avengers Facility.
Fury's Youth and First Actions
In his youth, Nick Fury joined the United States Armed Forces, obtaining the rank of Colonel before leaving the military.
During the Cold War, Fury was sent on a mission to Budapest. He encountered a person named Vinorovsky, who was deported some months earlier when he tried to sell bad information. Fury's partner Escobar asked what Verliecki had that was so valuable, and Fury said full dossiers of 12 undercover CIA operatives in Soviet territories.
Fury met with Comrade Verliecki. Inside the apartment, Fury was attacked, but Verliecki was quickly defeated. Suddenly, Escobar pointed his gun at Fury and ordered him to hand over the case they found in the apartment. He told Fury to not take it personally, as it had nothing to do with him, but for the end of the Cold War. Fury attacked and defeated him, then Verliecki knocked Escobar out.
Verliecki told Fury to take the case as he filled it with cigars for him, as it been a long time since they sparred. Verliecki asked Fury if he was okay, and Fury simply replied that he couldn't hurt him if he tried; Verliecki said that he tried. Fury left and called Timothy Dugan who asked Escobar's status; Fury stated that he flipped. With him gone, Dugan stated that it was time to celebrate. Fury told him not to start without him, as he was bringing cigars.
One thing I know for sure: Nobody is better suited to protect this world than me and my people.
Fury's extraordinary military and espionage skills won him the invitation to join the Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division, an international peacekeeping organization led by Alexander Pierce.
For many years, Fury served as one of the agency's best agents, eventually becoming Deputy Chief of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Bogotá Station. When Colombian National Libertation Army rebels took several political officers hostage, including Pierce's daughter, from the Embassy there, Fury proposed a plan to get the hostages out, but Pierce insisted to negotiate with the rebels. However, he disobeyed Pierce's orders and got the hostages out.
For his actions, Fury was promoted to director when Pierce gave up his position to become a member of the World Security Council. Fury is also credited as a possible co-creator/designer of the Avengers Initiative as well as the special operations commander.
Fury lost sight in his left eye, being the cost he had to pay for trusting someone.
Fury found the most talented archer in the world, Clint Barton, who had almost never missed. Fury hired him into S.H.I.E.L.D. when Clint was young. When Clint was 27, Fury sent him to eliminate a young Russian assassin codenamed Black Widow. Hawkeye found her, but instead of killing her, he admitted her to S.H.I.E.L.D. The two then began a long partnership codenamed STRIKE Team: Delta.
Meeting Bruce Banner
11 years later, Fury was trying to find Bruce Banner and learn what Thaddeus Ross' "Super-Soldier Program" did to him. He tried to earn Banner's trust by buying him a beer, but Banner refused, describing himself as "sort of a mean drunk."
Fury continued to try to earn his trust, eventually deciding to do so with a ruse. S.H.I.E.L.D. agents named Johnson and Peterson were instructed by Fury to act as if they were in a relationship. Johnson then pretended to cheat on Peterson with Banner, something that made Banner confused and gave Peterson reason to attack the man who was stealing his "girlfriend". Fury then acted as if he was going to help Banner, but Peterson unintentionally punched Banner in the face.
This turned Banner into the Hulk and he went on a rampage, to the surprise of Fury and everybody else in the bar. Fury attempted to calm him down, but Hulk yelled at him, causing nearly all the glass in the room to shatter. Fury kept a straight face and did not move at all. Hulk then ran out through the wall.
The Birth of Iron Man
"I am Iron Man". You think you're the only superhero in the world? Mr. Stark, you've become part of a bigger universe. You just don't know it yet."
"Who the hell are you?"
"Nick Fury. Director of S.H.I.E.L.D."
"I'm here to talk to you about the Avengers Initiative.
When Tony Stark broke free from a cave in Afghanistan, Jasper Sitwell informed Fury about some sort of aircraft in the Kunar province with high energy signals. Later, when Stark was in Gulmira, Fury asked Sitwell how similar these signals were to the previous one; Sitwell replied that it was both stronger and faster than last time. When Fury asked Sitwell to contact Edwards Air Force Base to call the F-22 Raptor's off, he replied that they already had attempted radio contact but were not successful.
Fury went to Tony Stark's Mansion in Malibu, California to talk to Tony Stark about the Avengers Initiative, as Stark had publicly announced his identity as Iron Man. Stark initially did not want anything to do with Fury, and ordered him to leave. As Fury drove away, he ordered Phil Coulson to contact Agent Natasha Romanoff, saying that they would need her help.
Good Morning Director Fury, I regret to inform you that I’m handing in my resignation. I know you brought me on to Project T.A.H.I.T.I. because you trusted my judgment, and it’s that judgment that’s telling me I can no longer, in my good conscious, let the testing continue.
Fearing the death of a member of the Avengers Initiative, Fury selected Agent Coulson to be the head of Project T.A.H.I.T.I., a project with the goal of reviving subjects from the dead. With a new drug made from the bodily fluids of a deceased extraterrestrial, the S.H.I.E.L.D. scientists attempted to cure a group of terminally ill people. The initial tests were partially successful, but later the experiments went horribly wrong, causing the test subjects to mentally deteriorate. Finally, Phil Coulson recommended the shutdown of the project. However, Fury secretly decided to continue with the project.
A Busy Week
The Week Starts
We keep doing what we're doing and tell them that we're doing what they want us to be doing."
"Hell, I dunno. Get creative. Cook the books. Whatever it takes to let us do this job right.
Soon, Fury led an expedition to Greenland in hopes of finding Steve Rogers, the American war hero from World War II. Fury did not find Rogers, but he found one of the disabled flying bombs from HYDRA's super bomber, the Valkyrie. He wanted to continue the search but the World Security Council ordered his team to shut down the operation and return to New York's S.H.I.E.L.D. Headquarters. Twelve hours later, the Council ordered Fury to stop wasting time on what they called "wasteful programs" and focus on reigniting the Tesseract, naming that operation "Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S.". Despite the direct order, Fury decided to continue with his usual activities.
When the Council officially approved the activation of the Avengers Initiative, they ordered Fury to recruit Emil Blonsky. Unhappy with the Council's order, Fury put Agent Coulson on the case, who in turn scuttled the plan of recruiting Blonsky by sending Tony Stark as an intermediary instead.
Shortly after Stark's out-of-control behavior resulted in the Mark II Iron Man armor falling into the hands of the U.S. Military, Fury was informed by Coulson about the Wormhole appearing near the planet. Fury immediately sent Coulson to New Mexico to make contact with Erik Selvig and Jane Foster.
A Lot of Problems
What do you want from me?"
"What do we want from you? Uh-uh. What do you want from me? You have become a problem, a problem I have to deal with. Contrary to your belief, you are not the center of my universe. I have bigger problems than you in the southwest region to deal with.
Shortly after, Fury confronted Tony Stark at a donut shop for becoming a problem that he had to deal with. Natasha Romanoff later arrived and provided him with a shot which eased back Stark's infection. Fury informed Stark that they was indeed a way to cure his infection, he just hadn't found it yet.
Fury and Stark returned to Stark's home where Fury began providing information on the background of Anton Vanko, the father of Ivan Vanko who had recently attempted to kill Stark, and revealed that Stark's father Howard was in fact one of the founding members of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Fury and Natasha Romanoff provided Stark with information and materials from his father, which proved instrumental in finding a replacement power source for his personal Arc Reactor. Fury left Phil Coulson at Stark's home with orders not to allow Stark to leave until he had found a cure for his infection. Fury told Stark that he would be keeping his eye on him before leaving. 
As things in New Mexico became more complicated with the arrival of Mjølnir, Fury sent Agent Clint Barton to join Coulson at the site. He also assigned Agent Romanoff to keep track of Bruce Banner at Culver University.
Fury met with Stark once again after Stark had defeated Ivan Vanko's attack on the Stark Expo. Stark had proven himself unsuitable for the Avengers Initiative, but after informing him of this, Fury offered to recruit his services as a consultant.
A moment later, Agent Romanoff gave him her report about Banner's transformation into the Hulk and his fight against Emil Blonsky, who was enhanced by the modified version of the Super Soldier Serum. At the same time, Agent Coulson called to inform him about the Destroyer's attack on Puente Antiguo.
After Thor's victory over the Destroyer, Fury was informed that General Thaddeus Ross hacked S.H.I.E.L.D.'s computers. Fury confronted Ross, who replied that he was not going to leave the safety of the world in his hands. Fury also discovered that the World Security Council gave Ross permission to extract the information he needed from S.H.I.E.L.D.'s computers. Worried, Fury wanted to prevent Ross from capturing Banner, but it was too late, because Banner was already captured by Ross' soldiers in New York City. Despite this, Fury sent Agent Romanoff to the laboratory of Dr. Samuel Sterns, Banner's colleague, to take any papers Banner might left behind. Romanoff witnessed Hulk's fight against the Abomination and Sterns' transformation. Before Sterns could do any damage, Romanoff shot him through the leg and called her colleagues to take custody of him.
End of the Week
I not only saved Tony Stark's life, but I also provided the guidance he needed to finish his father's work. The result of that being the creation of a new element, which might be extremely useful in reigniting the Tesseract.
A day later, Fury gave his report to the World Security Council. Finally satisfied with his work, the Council decided to increase the funding for the agency, expand jurisdictions for S.H.I.E.L.D.'s agents, and augment Fury's strategic authority.
Awakening of Captain Rogers
At ease, soldier! Look, I'm sorry about that little show back there, but we thought it best to break it to you slowly."
"You've been asleep, Cap. For almost 70 years.
A year after the "big week", the Avengers Initiative was slowly losing traction by the time another potential recruit was found. Steve Rogers, the world's first "superhero", had been frozen in the Arctic since World War II, and had miraculously survived his entombment.
We have no quarrel with your people."
"An ant has no quarrel with a boot.
With little to show for his efforts in bringing together a group of extraordinary people, Fury shelved his plan and began focusing on weaponry instead. "Phase 2", as the offshoot idea came to be called, involved re-engineering weapons technology that had emerged in the hands of HYDRA years earlier, as well as other cutting edge, or alien, technology. The Tesseract, that he'd assigned Professor Erik Selvig to investigate, formed a significant part of this puzzle.
When the Tesseract began emitting unexpected levels of Gamma Radiation, Fury was quick to personally take charge of the operation. He arrived at the Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S. base with Maria Hill, there they met Phil Coulson. Fury ordered the evacuation of the base and all Phase 2 prototypes to be moved to a safe distance. Fury ordered updates from Selvig and Clint Barton, who had been stationed at the base to keep an eye on the experiments. The emissions proved to be a prelude to the appearance of Loki on Earth. Fury initially tried to reason with Loki, but Loki responded by killing many staff in the laboratory and putting Clint Barton and Erik Selvig under mind-control. When Fury tried to escape with the Tesseract, Loki had Barton shoot him in the chest.
Fury survived due to wearing a Bulletproof Vest and quickly made his escape, ordering Maria Hill to stop Loki and Barton escaping with the Tesseract. Fury made it to the helicopter just as the facility imploded. While Phil Coulson was able to escape with many of the staff, Hill became trapped underneath the rubble. Fury shot at Loki from the Helicopter but was quickly shot down. He survived the crash and told Coulson and Hill that their mission was a level seven and they were now at war.
Reactivation of the Avengers Initiative
Doctor, thank you for coming."
"Thanks for asking nicely. So, uh... how long am I staying?"
"Once we get our hands on the Tesseract, you're in the clear.
Desperate for a solution to the problem of Loki's possession of apparently limitless power, Fury reactivated the Avengers Initiative. He met Steve Rogers in a gym and explained the situation to him. Although Rogers was unhappy when he learnt that S.H.I.E.L.D. had been in possession of the Tesseract, Fury was able to recruit him, and dispatched agents to call in the help of Tony Stark and Dr. Bruce Banner.
When they all arrived on the Helicarrier Fury welcomed them, shaking Bruce Banner's hand and showing him his laboratory. Not long after the team came together, Loki made his first public appearance, Fury sent Rogers to capture him. Loki was apprehended by the combined strength of Rogers and Stark, heralding an unexpected further addition to the collection of extraordinary people when Loki's brother Thor arrived, making demands of his own for Loki's extradition. Although a fight between Thor and Iron Man occurred, Captain America was able to end it and they were able to recruit Thor. 
How desperate am I? You threaten my world with war, you steal a force you can't hope to control, you talk about peace, and you kill 'cause it's fun. You have made me very desperate. You might not be glad that you did.
With Loki now locked up on board the Helicarrier, Fury spoke to him. Although Loki appeared to remain confident and mocked the Avengers throughout the discussion, Fury made it clear that he no longer had any power. Fury later spoke to Thor, expressing his concerns about Loki's confidence.
When Natasha Romanoff informed Fury that Loki was planning on making Bruce Banner transform into the Hulk and destroy the Helicarrier, Fury went to retrieve Banner and take him off the ship. However when he arrived he could do little to quell the rising tensions in a ship now packed with egos, and problems only escalated when some of these people uncovered his deceptions surrounding the Phase 2 project. As the argument boiled over Banner, suffering from Loki's mind manipulation, picked up Loki's Scepter. He was distracted when his computer revealed the location of the Tesseract.
Before Banner could inform Fury and the others of the Tesseract's location, Loki played his hand, and Fury and the others were caught completely off guard when the Helicarrier came under attack in a daring commando raid by Loki's mind-controlled soldiers led by Hawkeye. With one of the propellers destroyed, Fury returned to his post on the bridge to take command of the situation and was instrumental in warding off an assault there. He engaged in a gun fight alongside Maria Hill, keeping Hawkeye and his soldiers away. Fury ordered the Helicarrier to be moved over water to ensure if it crashed it would not kill innocent civilians, he then ordered Stark and Rogers to repair the propeller and keep the ship in the air.
In the aftermath of the battle, Thor and Hulk had both been thrown off the Helicarrier, Hawkeye had been captured and Loki had escaped. Fury found Agent Phil Coulson severely wounded by Loki's hand. Despite Fury's efforts to keep Coulson alive, Coulson's wounds were deadly, and Coulson died just as a medical team arrived at the scene. Fury informed the other agents and the Avengers of his death.
Fury called a meeting with the last of the Avengers left on the Helicarrier, Rogers and Stark, and explained his reasons for forming the team. He showed Rogers Coulson's trading cards, which were stained with Coulson's blood. The team seemed broken and Stark left the room.
Maria Hill questioned Fury as Coulson kept his trading cards in his locker, not his jacket as Fury had claimed; Fury explained that he had used the cards to give the team the push they needed. Fury had used Coulson's death to motivate the Avengers, hoping that Coulson's death would be a trigger that would finally unite the team. Despite the ethically questionable nature of the plan, it proved to be effective, as the Avengers were inspired to stop Loki and set off in pursuit of Loki shortly thereafter.
Director Fury, the council has made a decision."
"I recognize the council has made a decision, but given that it's a stupid-ass decision, I've elected to ignore it.
The Avengers Initiative may have finally come to fruition, and the team began battling Loki's invading army in the middle of New York, but Fury's role in their battle was not yet done. The World Security Council issued orders to send a nuclear missile into the vicinity of Manhattan, which Fury refused, stating that he would not ordered the deaths of millions.
The Council choose instead to take away Fury's command, overriding the order and sending an F-35 Lightning II. Hill was able to warn Fury of the launch and he ran to the launchpad. Fury was able to shoot the jet with a rocket launcher causing it to crash, however a second jet had been sent which he was unable to stop. Fury called Tony Stark to warn him of the impending nuke, Stark was able to intercept the missile and fly it into the worm-hole and destroy the alien mothership, killing all of the invading aliens. Stark barely survived the fall back to earth.
The Avengers Initiative ultimately won out. Fury's defiance of the World Security Council may not have been forgotten, but his methods and actions had saved the world. He updated the World Security Council on the whereabouts of the Tesseract, which had been taken back to Asgard by Thor. When the council asked the whereabouts of the Avengers, he told them that they were no longer being tracked. He resolved to call upon the Avengers should they be needed again, and made further assurances that they would come.
Really? Really, Coulson? Six days? It only took you six days to take a completely renovated piece of state-of-the-art machinery and turn it into scrap?"
"My team acted with my authority.
Unknown to the Avengers, Phil Coulson was brought back to life with S.H.I.E.L.D.'s advanced technology and experimental drugs.Fury chose to hide the truth about Coulson's survival from the Avengers, classifying the information to those with Level 7 clearance or above. He then buried information about Coulson's involvement in Project T.A.H.I.T.I. in Coulson's fake grave, cryptically telling Maria Hill that he buried the information about who led Project T.A.H.I.T.I. when he decided not to bury Coulson.
After the Battle of New York, with the entire planet being aware of the existence of extraterrestrials and demigods, many criminals and terrorist organizations wanted to obtain some of the new technologies and weapons left by the Chitauri. Fury knew that he has to do something about that, so he instructed Agent Phil Coulson to organize a team that would prevent the worst from happening.
However, the true builder of Coulson's Team was Agent Melinda May; upon orders from Nick Fury, she covertly chose the members for specific reason pertaining to Coulson's resurrection. Fury also wanted May to keep him updated on Coulson, looking for signs of mental deterioration.
Shortly after the battle of Greenwich, Coulson and his team were investigating the discovery of a lost Asgardian artifact known as the Berserker Staff. Coulson wanted to consult with Thor, but Fury informed him that Thor had taken himself "off the grid".
According to Agent Victoria Hand, when Coulson got abducted by the Centipede Project, both Director Nick Fury and Commander Maria Hill wanted constant updates on the situation of the rescue mission coordinated by Agent Hand. Agent Hand later informed Coulson that director Fury was very relieved after hearing of Coulson's successful rescue mission.
We're going to neutralize a lot of threats before they even happen."
"I thought the punishment usually came after the crime."
"We can't afford to wait that long."
Shortly after the battle of New York, Captain America remained with S.H.I.E.L.D. and worked with the STRIKE team at Fury's behest, often partnered with Black Widow. Fury then covertly hired Georges Batroc and his team of mercenaries to take the Lemurian Star in order to provide cover for Romanov's mission to retrieve information about Project Insight. After a mission aboard the ship Lemurian Star Rogers and Fury clashed over the director's secrecy concerning mission details. Fury then revealed that S.H.I.E.L.D. intended to preemptively eliminate their enemies through the new Project Insight. Fury then asked Secretary Pierce to delay Project Insight's launch.
There are a lot of things you don't know about me."
"I know, Nick. That's the problem.
Afterward, Fury called Maria Hill and told her to come to Washington to discuss his theories. Before he could react a group of HYDRA agents disguised as cops attacked Fury while he was driving across Washington, D.C.. Fury was able to use his car's defence mechanisms to fight back against the assassins. During a prolonged car chase, Fury encountered an assassin known as the Winter Soldier, who used a Magnetic Disk Grenade to disable Fury's SUV. Before he could kill Fury, Fury used a Mouse Hole to escape into the sewers.
Fury retreated to Steve Rogers' apartment. When Rogers arrived, Fury used coded messages to try and communicate the situation to him, as he knew that his apartment was bugged. However, the Winter Soldier followed Fury there and shot him twice in the chest. He gave Rogers the hard drive and told him not to trust anyone. Sharon Carter arrived and treated Fury's wounds while Rogers chased the Winter Soldier. Rogers was unable to capture the assassin and Fury was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. His body was then taken by Hill.
Looks like you're giving the orders now Cap.
Fury had in fact successfully faked his death by using Tetrodotoxine B, a drug developed as a heart-rate suppressant by Bruce Banner to relieve stress. Fury retreated with Maria Hill and a single S.H.I.E.L.D. Doctor to a hidden facility so that he could heal. Fury rested in the base until Hill was able to bring Steve Rogers, Natasha Romanoff and Sam Wilson, who had almost been captured by HYDRA, to the base and reveal the truth.
Fury told the group that they needed to destroy Project Insight and save S.H.I.E.L.D., but Rogers insisted that he intended to destroy S.H.I.E.L.D. entirely, pointing out that Fury's compartmentalization and secrecy was what allowed HYDRA to infiltrate the organization, as well as create the Winter Soldier. Although Fury told him that he had not known about the Winter Soldier, Captain America pointed out that he probably would not have told him even if he had. Realizing that Romanoff, Wilson and Hill agreed with Rogers, he agreed to destroying S.H.I.E.L.D. The team then worked out a plan to infiltrate the Triskelion and destroy Project Insight, which had been revealed to be a HYDRA plot orchestrated by Arnim Zola and Alexander Pierce.
Before returning to the the Triskelion, Fury ordered Agents Bobbi Morse and Isabelle Hartley to rescue Commander Robert Gonzales in the aircraft carrier Iliad. He also secretly ordered Morse to destroy the ship applying Protocol ASTA06, in order to avoid HYDRA from obtaining its cargo, a Monolith of extraterrestrial origin.
You don't you think we wiped your clearance from the system?"
"I know you erased my password. Probably deleted my retinal scan. But if you want to stay ahead of me, Mr. Secretary... you need to keep both eyes open.
After Romanoff was able to capture Alexander Pierce, Fury arrived and confronted his former friend. Pierce tried to justify his actions to Fury by comparing Project Insight to what Fury did in Bogotá. Fury and Romanoff were able to release all of S.H.I.E.L.D. and HYDRA's files onto the internet using his blind eye, which Pierce had forgotten to delete from the retina scan, to unlock the system. When Pierce tried to turn the tables, killing all the members of the World Security Council and trying to take Romanoff hostage, Fury was left with no choice but to surrender. However when Romanoff used a Taser Disk to disable the miniature bomb attached to her, Fury used the opportunity to shoot Pierce twice in the chest, mortally wounding him.
Fury and Romanoff later escaped in a helicopter and witnessed Captain America successfully complete their missing, destroying the Helicarriers while battling the Winter Soldier. As Fury flew the Helicopter, one of the Project Insight Helicarriers crashed into the side of the Triskelion, causing Sam Wilson to run for his life until he leaped from the window and barely managed to land inside the helicopter due to Fury's exceptional piloting skills.
Rogers managed to survive his battle with the Winter Soldier, although he suffered substance injuries, however their mission was complete and S.H.I.E.L.D. was destroyed, resulting in the world-wide knowledge of HYDRA's attempt to take over the world. Following the destruction of the Helicarriers and subsequent fall of S.H.I.E.L.D., Fury went into hiding, burning all of his possessions, including his eye patch which he replaced with a pair of sunglasses along with wardrobe change which would allow him to blend into a crowd. Only a select few were given knowledge of his continued survival including Rogers, Falcon, Romanoff, Eric Koenig and Phil Coulson.
Anyone asks for me, tell them they can find me right here.
Fury went to his fake gravesite to talk to Captain America, Falcon , and Black Widow before he went into hiding. Fury left for Europe, intending to seek out and destroy the remaining HYDRA cells. He asked if Falcon would like to join him, but Falcon refused, saying that he was a soldier, not a spy.
Fury later guided Agent Phil Coulson to a secure S.H.I.E.L.D. base in the Canadian wilderness, using Coulson's S.H.I.E.L.D. badge to send the base's coordinates. Coulson took a leap of faith in assuming that Fury and not HYDRA had sent the coordinates. Once at Providence, Agent Eric Koenig assured Coulson that Fury was alive, but that only they, Hill, and a few of the Avengers were aware of this. Koenig instructed Coulson to keep it secret from his team for the time being, as Koenig had yet to vet them to his satisfaction. Melinda May confronted Maria Hill to find out who led Project T.A.H.I.T.I., so Hill simply told her the cryptic answer that Fury had given her. May then suggested that Hill ask Fury herself, but Hill quickly said that Fury was dead. May, doubting this, replied that she would believe that when she saw it herself. Later, May realized what Fury meant by his riddle and recovered the video in Coulson's grave.
Right now, we owe Garrett a punch in the teeth wouldn't you say, this packs a pretty good punch."
"I know what it does.
On his way to Europe, Fury received a weak distress call which led him to Agents Jemma Simmons and Leo Fitz, who were stranded in the ocean. He managed to rescue both of them, although Fitz suffered brain damage from the ordeal. Simmons however was able to provide him with the information he needed to find Phil Coulson. Fury headed to the Cybertek Manufacturing Facility where he met with Agent Phil Coulson.
Although Coulson was furious about being kept in the dark about Project T.A.H.I.T.I., they agreed it was best to focus on defeating John Garrett first. Fury supplied Coulson with the Destroyer gun and together they fought former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent turned HYDRA traitor John Garrett, who had become extremely powerful due to being given the GH.325 serum. Garrett was able to survive when Fury shot him multiple times in the chest and began mocking Fury and Coulson, although Fury was able to correct him when he misquoted one of Fury's speeches. However a member of Coulson's team managed to communicate with Deathlok who betrayed Garrett and killed him.
A New Foundation
How should I proceed?"
"That's up to you... Director.
On the Bus, Coulson, accompanied by Melinda May, infuriated, yelled at Fury because he proceeded to use the Project T.A.H.I.T.I. on him even after Coulson told him that the procedure was dangerous. Fury told Coulson that he brought Coulson back because he was one of the few people that he trusted and told Coulson that S.H.I.E.L.D.'s goal was founded on the purest of ideas: protection. He then gave Coulson the Toolbox, a device that contained everything Coulson would need to rebuild S.H.I.E.L.D. and appointed him Director. Fury then left but told Coulson that he would be everywhere.
The Maximoff girl's working you Stark.
When Tony Stark inadvertently created an artificial intelligence robot Ultron, his creation immediately turned against humanity and declared war with mankind. The Avengers battled Ultron and the Maximoff twins whom Ultron had recruited; the battle left Earth's Mightest Heroes wounded both physically and mentally. The team traveled to Clint Barton's Homestead where Fury was waiting. Fury spoke to Stark and tried to get his mind back on track after Wanda Maximoff had used her powers to make Stark see visions of a terrible future in which the Avengers had been killed in a great war.
Having revealed his survival to the rest of the Avengers, Fury and the team discussed their next move. Natasha Romanoff mocked Stark for his failure to save the world and Fury tried to give them all the confidence to go into battle again to save the world. As the team prepared for their next battle with Ultron, Fury spoke to Stark and requested Maria Hill's assistance with the next stage in his plan to help the Avengers.
Show them what we got!
—— Nick Fury[src]
Fury had secretly been working with Phil Coulson on a project known as the Theta Protocol, a hidden helicarrier kept completely off the records for emergency use only. With Coulson and Maria Hill's help, Fury gathered together a team of former S.H.I.E.L.D. agents and took possession of the Helicarrier. While the Avengers continued their battle with Ultron and his Ultron Sentries, Fury arrived in the Helicarrier and used the landing crafts to take the civilians to safety and sent War Machine into the battle to fight the army of Ultron robots.
Mid-way through the battle, one of the Ultron Sentries robots crashed onto the bridge of the Helicarrier and attempted to kill the crew inside, going straight for Cameron Klein. Although Maria Hill shot at the robot multiple times, Fury finally managed to destroy it by stabbing it through the head with a piece of debris. With Fury's help, the Avengers were able to destroy Ultron and save thousands of lives.
New AvengersFury later arrived at the New Avengers Facility in Upstate New York and told Natasha Romanoff the last known location of the Avengers Quinjet, which the Hulk had taken at the end of the battle.
His communication skills, flawed, but he could always see five steps ahead, which, for a one-eyed man, is impressive.
- Master Tactician: Fury is a master strategist and an astute judge of character. He uses these talents to great effect in his leadership of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Fury has done what would be called questionable tactics over his years but nonetheless, he will ultimately do what is right. Case in point, when the World Security Council ordered him to strike New York City with a nuclear missile, he would not, going as far as disabling one of the planes with a rocket launcher and warning Iron Man about it.
- Master Spy: When Fury needed intelligence on Bruce Banner, he sat practically unnoticeable among restaurant patrons to obseve him. Fury managed to make the majority of those who knew him think he was dead, including HYDRA.
- Expert Marksman: Fury is a seasoned unarmed and armed-combat expert and veteran. He was able to take down two brainwashed agents with ease. He is also trained to use U.S. military firearms (standard and automatic).
- Smith & Wesson M&P: The Smith & Wesson M&P pistol is the standard sidearm carried by S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, and Fury also carries one as his sidearm, using it to fire at Loki while he escapes after having obtained the Tesseract for the first time, when the Helicarrier is attacked, during the Battle at the Triskelion, and to try to kill John Garrett during the Battle at Cybertek.
- Glock 17: The Glock 17 was the standard sidearm used by S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, before being replaced by the Smith & Wesson M&P. Fury carried one while he accompanied Tony Stark to his mansion in order to help him overcome his Palladium poisoning finishing Howard Stark's work.
- S.H.I.E.L.D. Uniform: made from 9-ply Kevlar (able to withstand ballistic impact up to .45 caliber bullets) and a fire-resistant material whose kindling temperature is 1,700 °F (930 °C). It includes numerous S.H.I.E.L.D. paraphernalia such a radio-link tie.
- Nick Fury's SUV: Fury has a computerized SUV with flight capabilities that is armed with machine guns and grenade launchers.
Also, Fury has access to an array of S.H.I.E.L.D. weapons, conventional and otherwise. In addition, due to him being the leader of a secret but covert/military organization, he has access to the most cutting-edge technology S.H.I.E.L.D. has to offer.
- S.H.I.E.L.D. (First Incarnation) (Former Relationships)
- Maria Hill - Trusted Friend, Subordinate, and Trainee
- Victoria Hand † - Subordinate
- Felix Blake - Subordinate
- Anne Weaver - Subordinate
- Robert Gonzales † - Subordinate
- Agent 33 † - Subordinate
- Bobbi Morse - Subordinate
- Isabelle Hartley † - Subordinate
- Cameron Klein - Subordinate
- Coulson's Team
- Eric Koenig † - Subordinate
- Billy Koenig - Subordinate
- Erik Selvig - Subordinate
- S.H.I.E.L.D. (Second Incarnation)
- Steve Rogers/Captain America - Trusted Friend and Former S.H.I.E.L.D. Subordinate
- Tony Stark/Iron Man - Consultant
- Bruce Banner/Hulk
- Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow - Trusted Friend and Former S.H.I.E.L.D. Subordinate
- Clint Barton/Hawkeye - Former S.H.I.E.L.D. Subordinate
- Pietro Maximoff/Quicksilver †
- Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch
- Sam Wilson/Falcon
- Michael Peterson/Deathlok - Former Enemy (while under HYDRA coercion), now Ally
- James Rhodes/War Machine
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- Escobar - Subordinate turned Enemy
- Ivan Vanko/Whiplash †
- Alexander Pierce † - Former Superior and Friend
- Winter Soldier
- STRIKE - Former S.H.I.E.L.D. Subordinates
- Jasper Sitwell † - Former S.H.I.E.L.D. Subordinate
- Grant Ward - Former S.H.I.E.L.D. Subordinate
- Centipede Project
- Raina †
- 奥创 †
- 奥创哨兵 †
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|Appearances for Nick Fury|
- Although most of the characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe are based off of their mainstream counterparts, this Nick Fury is modeled after his Ultimate version, who is himself modeled after Samuel L. Jackson. The mainstream version of Nick Fury is an Italian American veteran of World War II.
- Coincidentally, in the Ultimate comics, Nick Fury said that if he could choose any actor to portray him on film, he would choose Samuel L. Jackson.
- However, the MCU version shares many traits with his mainstream counterpart, such as being a colonel of the United States Armed Forces instead of a general, or retaining his blinded eye instead of having actually lost his left eye.
- The Incredible Hulk.
- Samuel L. Jackson was uncredited for his appearances in Iron Man and Thor.
- The story Fury told about his grandfather in Captain America: The Winter Soldier is actually a true story of Samuel L. Jackson's grandfather.
- In Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the epitaph on Nick Fury's grave says: "THE PATH OF THE RIGHTEOUS MAN... Ezekiel 25:17". That is a reference to Samuel L. Jackson's other role as Jules Winnfield from the movie Pulp Fiction.
- During the filming of The Avengers, Samuel L. Jackson showed up unannounced and dressed as Nick Fury in one of the sets of the TV series Breaking Bad, asking to be an extra in one of the scenes set at the Pollos Hermanos restaurants. The series' producers denied his request.
- S.H.I.E.L.D. Files
- Nick Fury: Spies Like Us
- Captain America: The Winter Soldier
- Captain America: The Winter Soldier Featurette - The Characters
- The Avengers 引用错误：无效
- The Incredible Hulk: The Fury Files, Volume 1
- The Incredible Hulk: The Fury Files, Volume 2
- Iron Man Post-credits Scene
- Iron Man: I Am Iron Man!
- Iron Man 2: Black Widow: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 1.20: Nothing Personal
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 2.07: The Writing on the Wall
- The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week, Volume 1
- The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week, Volume 2
- The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week, Volume 3
- Iron Man 2
- The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week, Volume 4
- The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week, Volume 5
- The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week, Volume 6
- Thor Post-credits Scene
- The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week, Volume 7
- The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week, Volume 8
- Captain America: The First Avenger
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 1.11: The Magical Place
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 1.14: T.A.H.I.T.I.
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 1.01: Pilot
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. - Behind-the-Scenes With the Cast & Crew
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 1.17: Turn, Turn, Turn
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 1.02: 0-8-4
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 1.08: The Well
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 1.15: Yes Men
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 2.15: One Door Closes
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 1.18: Providence
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 1.22: Beginning of the End
- Avengers: Age of Ultron
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 2.20: Scars
- Nick Fury's Grave
- Pulp Fiction