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    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 1
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    Cover by Jim Steranko. First appearance of Scorpio in "Who Is Scorpio?", script by Jim Steranko, pencils by Jim Steranko, inks by Joe Sinnott; Fury sneaks into an island fortress, only to get shot in the back. Surprise!; It's an L.M.D., and the shooter is the real Fury!; But on examination, Dugan informs Fury the L.M.D.'s been shot 4 times, not 3 - which means, someone tried to assassinate him!; The only clue is a tiny badge with a "Scorpio" symbol on it; In San Francisco, comic Flip Mason's on the run from gambling debts; In Kansas City, racketeer Mitch Hackett looks forward to joining the mob. In NYC, Fury & Val walk in the rain; At the Monza Autodrome, Count Julio Scarlotti wins a race - and we see he has a Scorpio tattoo on his wrist; Days later in Nevada, Fury helps test an "EPB G-System" (Entrope Phase Barrier Guard System), a force field which is hoped may one day protect entire armies. As SHIELD prepares one final test (with an H-Bomb!) we see the tech firing the missile has a Scorpio tattoo on his wrist; Fury suddenly realizes the EPB's down, and nobody answers his comm; He races across the desert to a rocket sled used by NASA to escape as the missile descends on the spot he was relaxing; At the U.S. Government Research Center in Las Vegas, everyone's been put to sleep with gas by Scorpio - when Fury arrives via motorcycle. Letter to the editor from comics writer Don McGregor. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #1LEGENDS
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 1LEGENDS

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    Originally came packaged w/ Marvel Legends: Nick Fury Series V action figure. Reprints #1 of the original series.

  • Issue #2
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 2
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    Cover by Jim Steranko. "So Shall Ye Reap... Death!", script and pencils by Jim Steranko, inks by Frank Giacoia and Joe Giella (assist); (Page 5, panels 9 and 11 redrawn by John Romita Sr. to allow the issue to pass the Comics Code Authority); Jimmy Woo goes through a death-trap laden "fun house" as his initiation as a SHIELD agent; Later, in his apartment, Fury & Val get romantic; The next day, off the Pacific Coast, en route to the Heli-Carrier in a bizarre twin-bodied jet, Fury & Jimmy are knocked out of the sky and wind up on a volcanic island transformed into a "Garden of Eden" and biological laboratory by "Centurius" - formerly Dr. Noah Black, a scientist who disappeared in the 1930s when his theories were scoffed at; After creating both new & extinct forms of life and sending them into space, he plans to rain down fire on the entire Earth, for forty days and forty nights, cleansing it so his creations can start anew on a world "without the threat of mass murder, intimidation, fear"; With the help of a visiting movie company and their robot gorilla prop, Fury & Woo put the kibosh on his plans. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #3
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 3
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    Cover pencils by Jim Steranko and John Romita (alterations), inks by Jim Steranko. "Dark Moon Rise, Hell Hound Kill!", script by Jim Steranko, pencils by Jim Steranko, inks by Dan Adkins; Murder on the moors brings Nick to investigate the death of an old army friend; He finds mystery, a trio of psychic detectives, a huge dog, and more than meets the eyes. Tribute to Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Hound Of The Baskervilles", mixed with a bit of the John Lucarotti AVENGERS episode, "Castle De'ath". Parodied in NOT BRAND ECHH #11 (December 1968). Also pays tribute to Simon & Kirby's "The Phantom Hound Of Cardiff Moor" from CAPTAIN AMERICA #10 (January 1942), including the 2-page title spread. Mycroft based on Peter Cushing; Rampson based on Robert Urquhart; Angus based on Boris Karloff. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #4
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 4
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    Cover by Jim Steranko. SHIELD origin retold in "And Now It Begins...', script by Roy Thomas (plot, dialogue) and Frank Springer (plot), art by Frank Springer; HYDRA repeatedly tries to murder Nick Fury before he can recruited to head SHIELD; The agent in charge of the operation, Agent L, is executed for his failure by Agent H; After reminiscing about his days in WW2, Fury meets Tony Stark, who introduces him to the SHIELD board of directors, then shows him a film detailing HYDRA's operations; After Fury uncovers a bomb in the room and dispatches it, along with the spy who planted it, he realizes the danger facing the free world and takes the job. Frank Springer's 1st Marvel work. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #5
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 5
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    Cover by Jim Steranko. "What Ever Happened To Scorpio?", script by Jim Steranko, pencils by Jim Steranko, inks by John Tartaglione; Val reads Nick's horoscope in the morning paper, which says "Someone in your past will return today"; Nick pays a visit on Pickman, who's helping him locate someone, and he doesn't want SHIELD involved; The ESP Division picks up "possible danger", sending Nick to a seemingly-deserted warehouse - and straight into a trap set by Scorpio!; Nick's Farrari is destroyed, and Nick is captured; While unconscious, Scorpio creates a face-mask to allow him to impersonate Nick, then goes in disguise to view the test of the latest model of LMD; But as it begins, no one else realizes the robot has been replaced with Nick, drugged so he can't speak!; Miraculously, Fury manages to dodge one death trap after another, then faces his would-be killer; Val, trying to save Nick's life, shoots at the "LMD" - but hits Pickman instead, who found his way in via a secret passage. Letters to the editor from comics writer Don McGregor and fanzine publisher Ronn Foss. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #6
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 6
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    Cover by Jim Steranko. "Doom Must Fall!", script by Roy Thomas (plot), Frank Springer (plot), and Archie Goodwin (dialogue), art by Frank Springer; Fury is summoned by a condition red priority alert to the "Observatron" chamber; An asteroid is being drawn off-course directly toward Earth, impact only hours away! Fury & Cliff Randall (SHIELD's top ace pilot) race to the projected impact point, the Central Andes, hoping to find whatever is pulling the asteroid from its normal orbit; There, they find a hidden base built inside a mountain, run by a group of other-dimensional beings called "The Others"; Twenty years earlier, the tyrant of their dimension, facing revolt, set off an "Impact Inducer", which would destroy everything; Survivors escaped in a ship when the force of the destruction opened a dimensional doorway to Earth; Knowing it would take twenty years for the "reverberations" to still, they built a base and sent out "prodigals" to gather intelligence about Earth, whose memories were blanked - and it turns out Randall was one of these all along! 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #7
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 7
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    Cover by Jim Steranko (his final for the series). "Hours of Madness, Day of Death," script by Archie Goodwin (plot, dialogue) and Frank Springer (plot), art by Frank Springer; Nick gets into a fight at an unnamed foreign embassy, and winds up being injected with a drug that will cause hallucinations, "hyper-intense paranoia", and death after 6 hours; He wanders the streets of NYC, hoping to reach a set rendezvous point for a scheduled pick-up via the Heli-Carrier's vortex beam. However, he's mistaken by a cop as a drunk, and when his felow agents show up, the drug causes him to see them as 3 of his worst enemies!; Jimmy Woo comments that other agents have been going berzerk, which was what Nick was investigating in the first place; Nick is found by Sister Angela, who offers to help get him to the pick-up point; However, they're intercepted by 2 of the spies, who tie them up and send their car racing downhill on a dangerous mouontain road!; Dum Dum, Jimmy & Gabe, who've been following in their van, almost crash head-on, when suddenly the vortex beam picks up both vehicles! 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #8
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 8
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    Cover by Jim Steranko. "Thus Speaks Supremus!", script by Ernie Hart (plot, dialogue), Frank Springer (plot), and Herb Trimpe (plot), pencils by Frank Springer (pages 1-8) and Herb Trimpe (pages 9-20), inks by John Tartaglione; Riots break out around the world immediately following an assassination attempt on Fury; Tony Stark explains how only an "image projected onto a force field" was "killed", and the 4 assassins left alone so they could report back to whoever hired them; Other agents are being killed around the world, and the leaders of the riots exhibit no emotions, as if they were zombies; Aboard the Heli-Carrier, a meeting of the board of directors is interrupted by a transmission from "Supremus", who orders SHIELD to be disbanded in the wake of Fury's death; Fury, still alive, comments "he's not so ultimate"; Supremus plans to turn the world into a "laboratory" where he'll use "genetic manipulation" to turn the entire human race into slaves to do his bidding; But Nick recognizes the caves Supremus is transmitting from as "The Caves Of Hercules" on Cape Spartel, from a Howlers mission during WW2; Dugan flies Fury there, and single-handedly Fury takes on Half-Man, an android, and a group of genetic mutates. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #9
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 9

    Cover by Jim Steranko. "The Name Of The Game Is... Hate!", script by Gary Friedrich (plot, dialogue) and Frank Springer (plot), art by Frank Springer; While at a doctor's appointment, Fury is the target of an assassin, who misses him but hits the doctor instead; Escaping via aircraft, Fury recognizes the "H" symbol and realizes The Hate-Monger is somehow back in action; After rendezvousing at the Heli-Carrier, Fury, Dugan, Jimmy & Gabe pursue the aircraft & wind up in an aerial dogfight; After shooting down the enemy jet, they follow, only to find themselves in a bizarre prehistoric landscape filled with dinosaurs!; Fury plunges into a gigantic underground laboratory and comes face-to-face with The Hate-Monger, who reveals the other SHIELD agents are really victims of the "Psychotron," which is creating illusions in their minds; The Hate-Monger plans to use nuclear missiles to "deal a death-blow to every nation on Earth," and also shows him a "Brain-Bank" chamber containing the "active brains" of all his former advisers and associates, whose mentalities live on even while their bodies are long dead. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #10
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 10

    Cover by Frank Springer and John Romita (alterations). "Twas the Night Before Christmas," script by Gary Friedrich (plot, dialogue) and Frank Springer (plot), pencils by Frank Springer and Barry Smith (page 2 except for panel 1, all of page 3, and the first two panels of page 4), inks by Johnny Craig; December 24, 1968: Fury heads home, thinking how for some, holidays "can only hold the empty void left by a tragic past"; After a mugging attempt in which he sent his attackers packing, Fury arrives at his apartment and is surprised by Laura Brown, who tells him since neither one of them have families she thought it would be a good idea to spend the holiday together; Their celebrations are interrupted by a "condition red" alert; Aboard the Heli-Carrier, Fury finds Sitwell, who was given two days off for the holidays by Tony Stark, and decided to drop by to see if he could be useful; They've intercepted a transmission from The Hate-Monger, who intends to drop a "Germ Bomb" to wipe out the entire population of NYC!; Fury takes the "Self-Orbiting Attack Craft" to a huge scientific complex orbiting the Earth; Fury tackles a large number of The Hate-Monger's men single-handed, but is eventually brought down by numbers; On awakening, he finds himself imprisoned inside the capsule containing the "Germ Bomb," as The Hate-Monger explains that once NYC has been wiped out, it will "set all the nations of the world against each other." 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #11
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 11

    Cover by Frank Springer. "The 1st Million Megaton Explosion," script by Gary Friedrich (plot, dialogue) and Frank Springer (plot), pencils by Frank Springer, inks by Mike Esposito (uncredited); Against his will, Laura Brown drags Fury to a disco in the East Village to see "The Million Megaton Explosion", who she calls "the hottest new group on the scene"; But high in orbit, monitoring the "scene", The Hate-Monger uses his hate-ray to begin a riot, setting young against old!; Fury barely escapes with his life with Laura, then high-tails it to the Heli-Carrier; The hate rays continue to pour forth, and gangs of youths seize power in NYC and at an ICBM base in New Jersey; They plan to "wipe out the establishment" if the country isn't turned over to them; Conferring with the President, Fury asks for a space capsule at Cape Kennedy so he can knock out the Hate-Monger's threat; Once more entirely on his own, Fury invades the orbiting space station, and confronts the Nazi villain face-to-face. Letter to the editor from comics writer Don McGregor. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #12
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 12

    Cover by Barry Smith. "Hell Hath No Fury," script by Steve Parkhouse (plot, dialogue) and Barry Smith (plot), pencils by Barry Smith, inks by Barry Smith and Sid Greene; Alone, Fury is pursued by armored men with stun blasters; he uses a gun that fires Tony Stark's "repulsor ray" to knock them out; We then discover it's SHIELD agents who are after him...In flashback, Fury is angered by "Intelligence" man Rickard, who feels Fury is too old for his job; Fury & Val grab some private time, but 2 days later when they return, both are taken into custody; Rickard now had "evidence", photos showing Fury associating with enemy agents, and he claims Val does not support Fury's story!; Back in the "present," we find Rickard is really an agent of HYDRA out to discredit Fury and destroy SHIELD; 2 HYDRA goons in a stolen SHIELD aircraft try to take Fury out, but only succeed in getting themselves blown to atoms. Letter to the editor from comics writer Don McGregor. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #13
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 13

    Cover pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Sam Grainger. First appearance of the Super-Patriot in "The Super-Patriot!", script by Gary Friedrich (plot, dialogue) and Herb Trimpe (plot), pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Sam Grainger; On the run from SHIELD, Fury witnesses what appears to be a political rally, staged by someone called "The Super-Patriot," who advocates taking the country back from "traitors" within the government! SHIELD arrives in force to arrest him for refusing a Federal court order to appear for questioning, and an open gun-battle erupts in the sky over Manhattan!; Fury thinks back to his earlier arrest, when Dugan refused to believe that Rickard was a spy, and then Laura Brown passed him a "sonic disintegrator ring" which he used to escape; Gabe interrupts someone trying to mug Fury, then lets him know The Super-Patriot is planning to strike at the U.N. An undercover agent for The Super-Patriot reports that Fury is still a fugitive, and therefore no threat; he then tracks Fury down and corners him, revealing he's really Jasper Sitwell in disguise! Letter to the editor from comics writer Don McGregor. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #14
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 14

    Cover pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Sam Grainger. "Nick Fury... A Day In the Life," script by Gary Friedrich (plot, dialogue) and Herb Trimpe (plot), pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Sam Grainger; Aboard the Heli-Carrier, the "Psycho-Projector" is used on Fury, to put him thru his paces while unconscious and learn what's really going on in his mind; It turns out EVERYTHING involving "The Super-Patriot" was just a dream! Later, with no knowledge of this, Fury wakes up back in his NY apartment, where Val has a morning Alka-Seltzer waiting for him; His new secretary, Agent Huff, contacts him to let him know the Munitions Department wants him for a briefing; But someone has sabotaged his apartment, and TWICE he barely escapes death!; Elsewhere, HYDRA agent Number 72 plots Fury's death; Fury skips breakfast, then is ambushed on the way to his car; in route to the Heli-Carrier, a fault develops in one of the anti-grav wheels of his Ferrari, causing him to bail out and parachute to land. Letter to the editor from comics writer Don McGregor. 36 pgs., full color. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #15
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 15
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    Cover pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Sam Grainger. First appearance and death of Bull's-Eye in "The Assassination of Nick Fury!", script by Gary Friedrich (plot, dialogue), Herb Trimpe (plot), and Dick Ayers (plot), pencils by Herb Trimpe and Dick Ayers, inks by Sam Grainger; HYDRA Number 72 hires the services of Bulls-eye, a paid assassin, to kill Nick Fury; Fury is concerned that 3 CIA operatives have been killed, and feels SHIELD could handle the investigation better than they could; Fury picks up Laura for a date, and as they drive, they're followed all over town by Bulls-eye; Number 72 plans to turn NYC into a "bloody battleground" within the hour following Fury's death; Fury & Laura attend a concert by Country Joe & The Fish in Central Park, when Bulls-eye strikes! Abruptly, Number 72 decides this would be the moment SHIELD would expect HYDRA to strike - and changes his plans!; Instead, SHIELD converges on Central Park, and corner Bulls-eye, who decides to shoot it out with them. Dugan shoots Bulls-eye dead, then ponders if there's any pieces of SHIELD left to pick up. 36 pgs., full color. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #16
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 16

    52-page giant; all reprints. Cover by Marie Severin. "Find Fury or Die!" (from Strange Tales 136), script by Jack Kirby (plot) and Stan Lee (dialogue), pencils by Jack Kirby (layouts) and John Severin, inks by John Severin; HYDRA agents tail Fury walking in NYC, intent on finding SHIELD's HQ, not realizing he knows he's being followed; Leading the mission is HYDRA Section Leader B, a "Hydra-Hunter", who hands over his hood to the Imperial Hydra so there will be no place to hide should he fail; Of course, he hopes to become the next Imperial Hydra when he succeeds; When a few HYDRA agents show up at the barber shop which is secretly the entrance to SHIELD's NYC HQ, they're quickly captured and hypnotized into believing the HQ is located in a warehouse some blocks away; Using a huge vehicle called a "Hydra-Ram", the warehouse is attacked. Strange Tales #135 cover reprint, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Frank Giacoia. Strange Tales #136 cover reprint, pencils by Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko (bottom tier), inks by Mike Esposito and Steve Ditko. "The Prize Is... Earth!" (from ST 137), script by Jack Kirby (plot) and Stan Lee (dialogue), pencils by Jack Kirby (layouts) and John Severin, inks by John Severin. "Sometimes the Good Guys Lose!" (from ST 138), script by Jack Kirby (plot) and Stan Lee (dialogue), pencils by Jack Kirby (layouts) and John Severin, inks by John Severin. 52 pgs., full color. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #17
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 17

    52-page giant; all reprints. Cover pencils by Marie Severin. "The Brave Die Hard!" (from Strange Tales 139), script by Jack Kirby (plot) and Stan Lee (dialogue), pencils by Jack Kirby (layouts) and Joe Sinnott, inks by Joe Sinnott; Despite their "Image-Inducer", HYDRA is unable to get Fury to pass on info about Stark's "Braino-Saur"; Stark tells SHIELD's directors that the "Braino-Saur" is designed for one purpose - to disarm HYDRA's Betratron Bomb while in orbit above the Earth! Strange Tales #137 cover reprint by John Severin and Steve Ditko. Strange Tales #138 cover reprint by Jack Kirby and John Severin. "The End of Hydra!" (from ST 140), script by Jack Kirby (plot) and Stan Lee (dialogue), pencils by Jack Kirby (layouts) and Don Heck, inks by Joe Sinnott; Fury just barely manages to stop the "Hunter" robot. Strange Tales #139 cover reprint by Jack Kirby, Joe Sinnott, and Marie Severin. Strange Tales #140 cover reprint by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott. Operation: "Brain Blast!" (from ST 141), script by Jack Kirby (plot) and Stan Lee (dialogue), pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Frank Giacoia. 52 pgs., full color. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #18
    Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) 18

    52-page giant; all reprints. Cover pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by John Severin. "Who Strikes at - SHIELD?" (from Strange Tales 142), script by Jack Kirby (plot) and Stan Lee (dialogue), pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Mike Esposito (as Mike Demeo); After a new "Wild Bill" robot goes wild, Fury checks out the "Encephalogram-Inducer", which, when hooked into the "Brainwave Stimulator" can transform the thoughts of the ESP Division into images; Mentallo breaches multiple defenses of The Fixer's underwater base, then convinces him to join forces; Fury contacts another SHIELD base for info about "Inferno 42" and Batroc The Leaper. Strange Tales #142, 143, and 144 cover reprints by Jack Kirby Mike Esposito. "To Free a Brain Slave" (from ST 143) script by Jack Kirby (plot) and Stan Lee (dialogue), pencils by Jack Kirby (layouts) and Howard Purcell, inks by Mike Esposito (as M. Demeo); While SHIELD HQ is in the hands of Mentallo & The Fixer, and Fury a helpless prisoner, Dum Dum & his men prepare to strike back. "The Day of the Druid!" (from ST 143), script by Jack Kirby (plot) and Stan Lee (dialogue), pencils by Jack Kirby (layouts) and Howard Purcell, inks by Mike Esposito (as M. Demeo). 52 pgs., full color. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.