Nicholas Fury USM 001

130 Fury

|250px|Nick Fury]]
Biographical information
Real name

Nicholas Joseph Fury

Alternative name(s)

Director Fury
Mr. Fury

Physical description




Personal information

For Your Eye Only"


Scorpio (Brother)

Production details
First appearance

Great Power

Last appearance

Graduation Day: Part 2

Voiced by

Chi McBride

Only believe something when you see it with your own eye. And even then, don't believe it.
— Nick Fury in "For Your Eye Only"

Nicholas Joseph "Nick" Fury is the director of the secret military/espionage agency S.H.I.E.L.D. and has taken the young Peter Parker under his wing.[1]

Physical appearance

Nick Fury is a male with brown eyes, with a black mustache and is bald. He wears a black shirt with a black coat and wears an eyepatch on his left eye.[1]

In his early years in S.H.I.E.L.D., Nick Fury had a big afro before shaving it bald.[2]


Nick Fury is very encouraging to others and likes to help others and takes civilians lives as first place.[1] When he teaches he is very strict in it and chides them when they are at fault.

He usually does this to hide his soft side from others.[3] Despite being strict, Fury has shown to have some humor and see the fun in things.[4]


Early life

At some point in time, Nick Fury let Taskmaster join S.H.I.E.L.D. After some time, he betrayed Taskmaster for unknown reasons and the former latter dropped out from S.H.I.E.L.D.[5]He and Gamora knows each other and wants her to promise not to come back on Earth again for some unknown reason.


Nick Fury confronted Spider-Man about his actions in taking down the Trapster, he questioned him about how Captain America would have done it. He offered him a position on S.H.I.E.L.D., but he declined. He made a general summarization of all teenagers when he swung away. Spider-Man came back to him later and was welcomed by Nick Fury to try a test of his abilities.[1]

Nick Fury and other agents watched as Spider-Man fought various generic robots. He and Curt Connors showed Spider-Man gadgets that were based on him before they were interrupted by Agent Coulson. He monitored Spider-Man when he first rode his Motorcycle, Fury talked to Spider-Man after he announced he was leaving S.H.I.E.L.D., Fury and Spider-Man managed to reach an agreement later on.[6]

Fury assigned the team to not destroy any of the test simulation robots, but, Spider-Man and Nova managed to disregard that order when they competed with each other to destroy the robots faster than each other. Fury assigned the team to clean up their mess, Spider-Man and the others brought Doctor Doom to him captured. Doom turned out to be a Doombot in disguise, Nick Fury helped Spider-Man and the others in defeating the Doombots, he then scolded them for their actions and was surprised when they all took responsibility.[3]

After the Living Laser disappeared, Nick Fury talked to Iron Man about him. When Spider-Man was invited by Iron Man to Stark Industries, he warned him to not go. Nick Fury sent the team without Spider-Man to confront Living Laser. After Spider-Man apologized, Fury confronted him about his actions and showed him the Iron Spider armor with improvements. Fury wondered if he could use it right, but, Spider-Man messed up and he left him to clean up after himself.[7]

Nick Fury was called by Spider-Man when he needed assistance in a battle with the Hulk. Fury and his agents arrived to arrest Hulk but were told by Spider-Man that Hulk had helped him defeat Zzzax. Zzzax turned out to still be conscious and tried to destroy New York. Fury was present when Mary Jane Watson stopped Zzzax with the battery of her camera.[8]

Nick Fury talked with the trainees about the new Spider-Man, he was impressed by him and wanted to recruit him. After Spider-Man defeated him as Venom, Nick Fury believed he knew the secret identity of that person but the webhead pretends that he doesn't really know the secret ID of Venom.[9]

Some days later, after Whirlwind was defeated he approached Spider-Man who still caused collateral damage and noted to him that. He ordered him to go back to the Helicarrier to train, but Spider-Man ignored it and left the scene. After Spider-Man found out of the spy cameras in his house, he complained to Fury, but he assured Spider-Man that he signed a contract that they are allowed to put the cameras in it. Spider-Man was mad and temporarily left S.H.I.E.L.D. for the weekend, which Fury let him through. Later, Fury was contacted by Spider-Man, who requested for help. Fury found his location and went after Spider-man. They found Spider-Man unconscious and brought him into the infirmary, Peter apologized to Fury and they compromised that there will be only one camera outside the house and the other footage would be deleted, Fury was amazed at the maturity of Peter. The next day, Fury showed the embarrassing footage of Peter to the trainees, which he laughed at it with the others and then deleted the footage.[4]

Powers and Abilities

  • Medically Enhanced Attributes: After Captain America's "death", he was one of the candidates to be injected with one variant of the experimental versions of the Super Soldier Serum, in order to create more super-soldiers for World War II after HYDRA's defeat. So far his Super Soldier Serum seems likely to be the closest to the actual Captain America.
    • Enhanced Strength: He easily matches or overpowers Spiderman in combat. He was able to harm a Goblin-Soldier utilizing his muscle strength, a feat incapable of a peak-human effort.
    • Enhanced Reflexes: He can also react to Spiderman's attacks as well as dodge them
    • Enhanced Intelligence: He has shown absolutely advanced strategic capabilities, advanced intelligence, rapid reaction times & a photographic memory.
    • Enhanced Stamina: He does not tire for days & is never shown to be eating or resting.
    • Regenerative Healing Factor: His super-soldier physiology has a limited, but rapid healing factor. When Arnim Zola crippled him, it took him less than a few days to completely heal. This is the main reason behind his ageless lifespan & why he is still youthful in the 21st century.
  • Espionage Master: He shows absolutely unquestioned leadership in leading the S.H.I.E.L.D.'s private militia. He has also shown remarkable tactical analysis & enhanced trickery capabilities. He is also shown a masterful expertise with hacking & spying protocols. He is a master of marksmanship & weaponry expertise. He can also detect if somebody is lying, distracting or playing tricks on him. He even shows extensive knowledge in various political fields.
  • Military Protocols:- Due to his lifelong experience in various divisions of the United States Armed Forces, he has a extensive knowledge of militaristic warfare styles & tactics. He can even lead his own special S.H.I.E.L.D militia tactical team with success.
  • Hand-to-Hand Combat:- Combining nearly 50 decades of rigorous training in almost all forms of martial arts & his enhanced strength, healing & speed, he is one of the world's most powerful combatants & can even rival the likes of Captain America, Red Skull, Black Widow, Taskmaster or the Winter Soldier. H
  • Resources:- Being the Director of S.H.I.E.L.D., he has access to almost all resources, finances, intelligence, allies, connections & advanced technologies available to him. Due to his unique position as the Director of S.H.i.E.L.D., it is possible that he also has diplomatic immunity.


 Season  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 891011121314151617181920212223242526 Total
Season 1 c m m 21
Season 2 c c f m 21
Season 3 m c m c 16
Season 4 f m m m f 8
Overall 66
Infinite Comics
 Year  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 89101112131415161718192021222324 Total
2015 c m m c c c 10
2016 m m 2
Overall 12

c - cameo
f - flashback
m - mentioned

Background in other media

  • He appears in the Disney INFINITY games as a playable character and figurine.


Site navigation


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "Great Power". Paul Dini (writer) & Alex Soto, Tim Eldred (directors). Ultimate Spider-Man. April 1, 2012. No. 1.
  2. "Snow Day". Man of Action & Rich Fogel (writers) & Phil Pignotti (director). August 5, 2012. No. 17.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Doomed". Man of Action (writer) & Gary Hartle, Jeff Allen (directors). Ultimate Spider-Man. April 8, 2012. No. 3.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Me Time". Man of Action & Jacob Semahn (writer) & Alex Soto (director). July 1, 2012. No. 12.
  5. "Why I Hate the Gym". Man of Action, Joe Fallon (writers) & Jeff Allen, Gary Hartle (directors). Ultimate Spider-Man. April 29, 2012. No. 6.
  6. "Great Responsibility". Paul Dini (writer) & Phil Pignotti, Tim Eldred (directors). Ultimate Spider-Man. April 1, 2012. No. 2.
  7. "Flight of the Iron Spider". Man of Action, James Felder (writers) & Alex Soto (director). Ultimate Spider-Man. April 22, 2012. No. 5.
  8. "Exclusive". Man of Action, Danielle Wolff (writers) & Alex Soto (director). Ultimate Spider-Man. May 6, 2012. No. 7.
  9. "Back in Black". Man of Action (writer) & Phil Pignotti (director). Ultimate Spider-Man. May 13, 2012. No. 8.
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.