Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2020)

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Jim Steranko Stan Lee Roy Thomas Jack Kirby John Buscema Alejandro Martínez Viturtia Eduardo López Lafuente Nick Fury Agent of S H I E L D The year is The glamorous adventures of sophisticated espionage agents rule movies novels and televisionbut not comic books Enter Jim Steranko This trailblazing artist would soon take over both
  • Title: Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  • Author: Jim Steranko Stan Lee Roy Thomas Jack Kirby John Buscema Alejandro Martínez Viturtia Eduardo López Lafuente
  • ISBN: 9780785107477
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Jim Steranko Stan Lee Roy Thomas Jack Kirby John Buscema Alejandro Martínez Viturtia Eduardo López Lafuente The year is 1966 The glamorous adventures of sophisticated espionage agents rule movies, novels, and televisionbut not comic books.Enter Jim Steranko.This trailblazing artist would soon take over both the writing and penciling duties of Strange Tales, bringing with him a bold style of equal parts cinematic verve and mindbending psychedelia The result is a groundbreakiThe year is 1966 The glamorous adventures of sophisticated espionage agents rule movies, novels, and televisionbut not comic books.Enter Jim Steranko.This trailblazing artist would soon take over both the writing and penciling duties of Strange Tales, bringing with him a bold style of equal parts cinematic verve and mindbending psychedelia The result is a groundbreaking series of spy stories that startled readers with their pacing, design, and sheer genius.The year is 2000 Now Steranko s legendary tales of Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D are collected for a new generation and they re just as innovative and eye popping as ever
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  1. Alex Sarll

    The lunatic glory of Steranko s Twitter inspired me finally to attempt this, and initially I was wishing I d stuck to the Twitter But once he s no longer hobbled by Stan Lee scripts and Jack Kirby layouts I still can t abide those two as anything than the layers of foundations for what came after , matters improve immeasurably Yes, it s still a Silver Age comic, so there s still plenty of inadvertently comic poses, overlong captions and repetitive, corny dialogue But there s also a vigour and a [...]

  2. David Dalton

    Great collection of the Jim Steranko SHIELD stories A must have for Marvel and action fans Back from the 60 s The Steranko art is what sets these stories apart Pop art high tech equipment Fury as always was in front leading the charge so than a leader should have Exciting stories Yellow Claw and Hydra.which one was the better villain Hard to choose.

  3. Ed Wyrd

    Steranko It s hard to express what Steranko s name meant back in the 60s People can tell you all day long how influential he was, how exciting his brief, explosive appearance was, but unless you lived it, unless you waited breathlessly for each new comic book to come out, you ll just never fully understand what his name means to us It s truly a case of you had to be there.

  4. Oliver Hodson

    The story s slow to start as is the art, but it s pretty awesome from half way through The colouring touch up is a bit dodgy, but basically good fun whacked out comics.

  5. Artur Coelho

    sempre divertido reler as aventuras cl ssicas de Nick Fury dos anos 60 N o pela sua qualidade narrativa intr nseca, s o um produto t pico da Marvel para um p blico alvo jovem As eternas intrigas sobre a origem da Hydra, da poca em que Fury dividia as p ginas da Strange Tales com Doctor Strange, s o pretextos para epis dios de a o inveros mil, temperadas com boas doses de tecnologias fant sticas J nas p ginas dos primeiros n meros com t tulo pr prio, os argumentos tornam se mais complexos, mas se [...]

  6. Kelly McCubbin

    In some ways, Steranko s art here resembles nothing else in the history of comics Sure he starts out apeing Kirby, but becomes his own man fairly quickly and starts stretching the form in ways that few else have ever tried Some of his layouts make you want to stand up and cheer.The writing is driving, but nothing much than an American Bond rip off The Yellow Claw story is, also, flat out racist Be warned.

  7. Rick

    In the 1960s America was in Vietnam, James Bond was in the theaters, Assassinations were all over the news and the Cold War was in full throttle There was no better time for espionage and spy fiction and Marvel was not going to let a marketing opportunity slip through their fingers Stan Lee Jack Kirby decided to take their WWII company commander Sgt Nick Fury and bring him forward into the current era When they first did this, in the pages of the Fantastic Four as Marvel s flagship title in the [...]

  8. Adam Graham

    This volume collects Jim Steranko s runs on Nick Fury s Strange Tale s stories The book begins with Strange Tales 150 and 151 Steranko began to transition into becoming the series artist and eventually writer through Issue 168The book focuses on two seperate baddies The first half focuses on Fury s battle with the Supreme Hydra And then it s on to battling the Yellow Claw, a character introduced in the mid 1950s when Marvel was known as Atlas Though this occurs with a twist Then we wrap up with [...]

  9. B. Jay

    Sterenko is awesome He took what should have been a campy rip off of James Bond using a campy WWII comic book character during the era of campy Stan Lee Jack Kirby comics and slowly infused it with late sixties psychedlia and pop culture coolness His backrounds and effects ooze groundbreaking art pastiches that took the rest of the industry years to even emulate The equipment and outfits he gives Fury are so cool it takes even the most hardened reader back to elementary school daydreams of would [...]

  10. Stephen

    Boy, Steranko made a career for himself with this I can see the new things he was trying, but from a technical perspective Neal Adams was beating the pants off of this guy back in the day When Adams made a futuristic computer screen, for example, he d look at what was available, futurize it, and everyone would know what he drew When Steranko is tasked with the same illustration, he kinda puts a block of black ink here and there it ends up looking like a then contemporary radar screen with some r [...]

  11. Holden Attradies

    Okay, so this was pretty hard for me to get through I generally have a hard time getting through the older Marvel stuff, but this was EXTRA hard I m just not that into spy stuff, and the techno babel was WAY out of control here I went into the book having read reviews about how Strenko took characters from WW2 and made them explode with 60 s spy stuff and new kinds of art unfamiliar to comic books I can kind of see it, but it s one of those times that I know I just really am not appreciating it [...]

  12. Jeff Anderson

    Interesting book of late sixties S.H.I.E.L.D stories when Jim Steranko first drew, and later wrote and drew, the comic This contains a long run of Strange Tales featuring Nick Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D and a few issues of Nick Fury Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D Steranko surely brought a different art to the pages of comics It is stunning at times The dialogue and set ups are dated but I find it interesting that certain plot elements from these older comics are still being used in the new television program I [...]

  13. Michael

    Nach dem Avengers Film bin ich auf diese Ausgabe gesto en Kaum zu glauben, dass ich Anfang der 70iger die Originalausgaben hatte Da dieses Buch recht g nstig war und ich in entsprechender Stimmung, habe ich in einem Anflug von Nostalgie das Buch gekauft.Die Zeichnungen sind zu Anfang noch mittelm ig, sp ter werden sie immer besser Der Plot allerdings bleibt gleichbleibend schwach und ich hatte einige Male keine Lust mehr, das Buch bis zum Ende zu lesen.

  14. Todd

    This is a weird collection I can see a lot of potential for Steranko The early stuff in the collection is kind of boring There is obviously a lot of Stan Lee in the early issues Steranko starts to experiment towards the end of the collection so it s hard to understand why they chose to collect his early run rather than the peak.The art is a lot of fun I would love to see of his work.

  15. Samantha

    I m new to the world of comics, but it s easy to see the brilliance of Steranko s imagery I could stare it his page layout for hours What surprised me was his writing In taking on the scripts for Nick Fury he brought the character out of post WWII villiany into the world of fighting multi dimensional beings, robots and aliens and using some of the craziest technology.

  16. Andrew Huey

    Steranko s work on SHIELD is legendary I d never gotten around to reading it though This book collects his stories from Strange Tales The stories are only 12 pages long, but there s a lot packed into them You can really see Steranko s progression as an artist and writer, from the first story to the last.

  17. Andre

    This book could have used some trimming, particularly the first third consisting of Stan Lee s work on the series Jim Steranko s initial issues as writer artist aren t great but as it goes on it becomes increasingly better and you can see how his blend of 60s psychedelic imagery and crazy spy gadgets would revolutionize the genre, I just wish there was the end and less of the beginning.

  18. PJ Ebbrell

    This is a collection from the early days of Marvel Yet, it hardly shows it Superb art, Steranko took the spy genre and turned it into the marvel universe with some great retro If you can get hold of a copy, then do.

  19. Ritinha

    Da assoberbada maquinaria kirbyesca com um Porsche amarelo voador l pelo meio ao psicadelismo janota de Steranko, sempre com um Fury de mitrice implacavelmente certeira.Dotado de todos os requisitos de que s o feitos os cl ssicos.

  20. Gonzalo Oyanedel

    Recopilaci n de la etapa Steranko en Strange Tales , que inicia la revoluci n est tica y conceptual que el artista trajo al c mic book y termin de perfilar en Nick Fury Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D Impecable documento sobre la llegada del Pop Art a la historieta masiva y el mejo momento de este artista.

  21. Joshlynn

    Starts as a fairly typical spy story, and then escalates in its second half to some of the most whacked out, off the wall shit I ve ever read from Marvel Simply magnificent.

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