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in: Comics, 1966, 1966, March Silver-Age, Sgt Fury and his Howling Commandos Vol 1, Stan Lee/Editor-in-Chief, Dick Ayers/Cover Artist, Stan Lee/Writer, Dick Ayers/Penciler, John Tartaglione/Inker, Sam Rosen/Letterer, Stan Lee/Editor, Nicholas Fury (Earth-616)/Quotes, Howling Commandos (Earth-616)/Appearances, Nicholas Fury (Earth-616)/Appearances, Timothy Dugan (Earth-616)/Appearances, Gabriel Jones (Earth-616)/Appearances, Robert Ralston (Earth-616)/Appearances, Isadore Cohen (Earth-616)/Appearances, Dino Manelli (Earth-616)/Appearances, Percival Pinkerton (Earth-616)/Appearances, Samuel Sawyer (Earth-616)/Appearances, Adolf Hitler (Earth-616)/Appearances, Wolfgang von Strucker (Earth-616)/Appearances, Hermann Goering (Earth-616)/Appearances, Joseph Goebbels (Earth-616)/Appearances

Sgt Fury and his Howling Commandos Vol 1 28


Sgt Fury and his Howling Commandos Vol 1 28

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Quote1 All we gotta do now is find the rest o' the squad, break the back of the Kraut occupation here, and make it back ta base in one piece! Nuts! Some day I'd like ta meet the creep who dreams up these missions! Quote2
-- Sgt. Nick Fury

Appearing in "Not a Man Shall Remain Alive!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Not a Man Shall Remain Alive!"Edit

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  • This issue is Stan Lee's last as writer of Sgt Fury. Beginning with Sgt Fury #29, Roy Thomas takes over. He is introduced in this issue's "next issue" blurb as "Stan's punctilious protege."
  • This issue is also significant in that it shows for the first time a Nazi (in this case, Baron Strucker) who does not entirely agree with Hitler's beliefs, and who actually feels remorse for some of the things that he is ordered to do.
  • This story is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.[1]

  • No trivia.

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