Appearing in "Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD: The Man For the Job"Edit
- Hydra (First appearance)
- White House men
- Hydra headquarters
- The pendulum
- Life Model Decoys (First appearance)
- Hydra Uniforms (First appearance)
- Napalm bombs
- Sidewinder missiles
- Electric gun
- Stark's blast gun
Synopsis for "Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD: The Man For the Job"Edit
Col. Nick Fury reports to the Pentagon where he is mysteriously cloned. Full of questions, he is then escorted to the streets above where the clones have been positioned to protect Fury from hidden assassins. Shoved into a car, another attack is thwarted by various spy gadgets that the car is equipped with. He is told about SHIELD and that the attacks have come from HYDRA, where the agent responsible for the failed attacks on Fury is killed by Agent H, who replaces him. At SHIELD HQ, Fury is greeted by Tony Stark, who is in charge of the Special Weaponry Section and told that he has been chosen to lead SHIELD in their mission to destroy HYDRA. At first, Fury is reluctant, but after uncovering a bomb that had been rigged to blow up him and high-ranking officials, he quickly takes control and agrees to lead SHIELD.
Appearing in "Eternity Beckons!"Edit
- Baron Mordo
- Baron Mordo's Minions
- Mindless Ones (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
- Eternity (Mentioned) (Invocation)
- Seven Rings of Raggadorr (Mentioned) (Invocation)
- Cyttorak (Mentioned)'s Crimson Bands (Invocation)
- Vishanti (Mentioned) (Invocation)
Synopsis for "Eternity Beckons!"Edit
Seeking information that could help him locate the entity known as Eternity, Dr. Strange travels to London, dealing with any of Mordo's minions sent to deal with him. While in the Dark Dimension Dormammu learns that it was Clea who had released the Mindless Ones during his previous attack on Dr. Strange. Visiting a mystic named Sir Baskerville, Baskerville tells Strange that he has knowledge of Eternity in some scrolls.
However Baskerville is really an agent of Baron Mordo and alerts his master, Mordo sends out one of his minions to do his bidding, channeling his mystical powers through him. However, Strange easily defeats Mordo's minion, knocks out Baskerville and fights off more of Mordo's astral minions before departing the castle. Mordo arrives shortly after to find that his opponent has escaped.
- The cover art is homaged in:
- Mighty Avengers #18 (November 2008)
- This is the first issue of Strange Tales to feature a Nick Fury story, replacing the previous Human Torch feature that regularly appeared in this series. Nick Fury's stories would continue to share the Strange Tales title with Dr. Strange until issue #169 Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD is given its own series, and Strange Tales is renamed to Doctor Strange.
- This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references for more info.
- Laura Brown's Hydra name is first given as Agent H. It will change to Agent G in Strange Tales #135
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