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Secret Warriors #2: Nick Fury Agent of Nothing (2nd print variant cover)

Secret Warriors is a 2009 comic book ongoing series published by Marvel Comics, the series focuses mainly on Nick Fury and his secret teams, (Team White being one off ...

Secret Warriors is an alias for the Marvel Comics group Team White created by Nick Fury, a team of superpowered agents in the Marvel Comics Universe, the name " secret ...

Meet the man that's beaten Nick ... Secret Warriors #2 . Share... Those words have appeared on the cover of the first two issues of “ Secret Warriors ” and they ...

Genre: superhero; spy Reprints: in Secret Warriors (Marvel, 2009 series) #1 - Nick Fury: Agent of Nothing (2009) Indexer Notes . Recap of story to date and creator ...

04.03.2009  · Find out who Nick Fury and his Secret Warriors ' real enemies are, where they've been hiding, and why they chose now to make their existence known!

30.09.2009  · GOD OF FEAR, GOD OF WAR PART 2 Nick Fury, along with a newly-reactivated spy head out on a top secret mission. Meanwhile the Secret Warriors …

Picking up from the earth-shattering conclusion to issue one... we find out who Nick Fury and his Secret Warriors' real enemies are, where they've been hiding, and why they chose now to make their existence known. Get ready, this is going to send shock-waves that will ripple throughout the Marvel Universe. Hail Hydra!

Meanwhile, Nick Fury is with Daisy, explaining the revelation of S.H.I.E.L.D. being Hydra, which makes everything he had done for decades to be a complete lie. He tells her that now, they are going to wake up and get even.

Daisy joins the rest of the Secret Warriors to dinner. Phobos then reveals that he can see the future and prophesies about each member: The Druid will become a great hero; Slingshot will get hurt but Stonewall will care for her; Daisy will do a great job soon and Hellfire will die.

When the Secret Warriors arrive back at the Cocoon, Fury briefs them on what's happened. The war they will fight will require no mistakes. He then says that one of them has to go undercover in Hydra.

Meanwhile, the new inner circle of Hydra attack The Hand at one of their temple, forcing the monks there to revive Gorgon. The grandmaster, however, demands Strucker's head, to which Strucker agrees. Unfortunately, the Hand finds out too late that Strucker had tricked them, as Gorgon's remains consumes them, turning them to dust.

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There has been a lot of things said regarding the current state of Marvel and one of the biggest issues that needs to be addressed is the inconsistency of art in some of their biggest books. While having multiple artist is not ideal, that issue is only compounded when that art is simply not very good. Considering this is tied into the biggest Marvel event going it is down right shocking to find some panels that are amateur level. Nick Spencer is writing a quality script and it simply deserves better.

In the issue Steve Rogers decides to sit down for an on camera interview in order to boast about the success the country is now facing under Hydra rule, however the reporter he faces off with quickly shows she is willing to ask the tough questions despite the consequences. With this framework we actually get a lot of background regarding this current world including what has happened to both the Inhumans and the X-Men.

Spencer’s script is strong here as the tension in the interview slowly builds to a boiling point. Sure this was basically an excuse to layout a bunch of exposition, but at least it was handled well. The issue comes from the aforementioned art. When your comic is built on conversation you need to have panels filled with quality acting. That was by no means the case. Whether it is the strict deadlines these artist have to meet or the sheer amount of content they have to keep up with, something is amiss when the biggest comic book company in the world is putting out substandard content.

Marvel simply cannot quit the Inhumans. Although the title may say otherwise this book has quickly become another attempt to make these Inhuman characters work. This time though two characters in Moon Girl and Ms. Marvel that have found success and placing them in this team in hopes this will succeed where others failed.

So far there are pieces that work well, but I cannot shake the fact the majority of the characters feel like generic copies of better characters. Inferno, for example, is set as the heart of this book but lacks any redeeming qualities. He is just one of many Inhuman characters that has failed to get over with readers.

This issue does help build the world of Secret Empire as it gives us a ground level view of the way of the world. That along with Matthew Rosenberg’s strong wit and Javier Garron’s quality art make it worth reading, but I cannot help but feel worry this series will get bogged down by this tiresome Inhumans agenda.

Secret Warriors is a 2009 comic book ongoing series published by Marvel Comics, the series focuses mainly on Nick Fury and his secret teams, (Team White being one off ...

Secret Warriors is an alias for the Marvel Comics group Team White created by Nick Fury, a team of superpowered agents in the Marvel Comics Universe, the name " secret ...

Meet the man that's beaten Nick ... Secret Warriors #2 . Share... Those words have appeared on the cover of the first two issues of “ Secret Warriors ” and they ...

Genre: superhero; spy Reprints: in Secret Warriors (Marvel, 2009 series) #1 - Nick Fury: Agent of Nothing (2009) Indexer Notes . Recap of story to date and creator ...

04.03.2009  · Find out who Nick Fury and his Secret Warriors ' real enemies are, where they've been hiding, and why they chose now to make their existence known!

30.09.2009  · GOD OF FEAR, GOD OF WAR PART 2 Nick Fury, along with a newly-reactivated spy head out on a top secret mission. Meanwhile the Secret Warriors …

Secret Warriors is a 2009 comic book ongoing series published by Marvel Comics, the series focuses mainly on Nick Fury and his secret teams, (Team White being one off ...

Secret Warriors is an alias for the Marvel Comics group Team White created by Nick Fury, a team of superpowered agents in the Marvel Comics Universe, the name " secret ...

Meet the man that's beaten Nick ... Secret Warriors #2 . Share... Those words have appeared on the cover of the first two issues of “ Secret Warriors ” and they ...

Genre: superhero; spy Reprints: in Secret Warriors (Marvel, 2009 series) #1 - Nick Fury: Agent of Nothing (2009) Indexer Notes . Recap of story to date and creator ...

04.03.2009  · Find out who Nick Fury and his Secret Warriors ' real enemies are, where they've been hiding, and why they chose now to make their existence known!

30.09.2009  · GOD OF FEAR, GOD OF WAR PART 2 Nick Fury, along with a newly-reactivated spy head out on a top secret mission. Meanwhile the Secret Warriors …

Picking up from the earth-shattering conclusion to issue one... we find out who Nick Fury and his Secret Warriors' real enemies are, where they've been hiding, and why they chose now to make their existence known. Get ready, this is going to send shock-waves that will ripple throughout the Marvel Universe. Hail Hydra!

Meanwhile, Nick Fury is with Daisy, explaining the revelation of S.H.I.E.L.D. being Hydra, which makes everything he had done for decades to be a complete lie. He tells her that now, they are going to wake up and get even.

Daisy joins the rest of the Secret Warriors to dinner. Phobos then reveals that he can see the future and prophesies about each member: The Druid will become a great hero; Slingshot will get hurt but Stonewall will care for her; Daisy will do a great job soon and Hellfire will die.

When the Secret Warriors arrive back at the Cocoon, Fury briefs them on what's happened. The war they will fight will require no mistakes. He then says that one of them has to go undercover in Hydra.

Meanwhile, the new inner circle of Hydra attack The Hand at one of their temple, forcing the monks there to revive Gorgon. The grandmaster, however, demands Strucker's head, to which Strucker agrees. Unfortunately, the Hand finds out too late that Strucker had tricked them, as Gorgon's remains consumes them, turning them to dust.

Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Comic Vine users. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll send you an email once approved.

There has been a lot of things said regarding the current state of Marvel and one of the biggest issues that needs to be addressed is the inconsistency of art in some of their biggest books. While having multiple artist is not ideal, that issue is only compounded when that art is simply not very good. Considering this is tied into the biggest Marvel event going it is down right shocking to find some panels that are amateur level. Nick Spencer is writing a quality script and it simply deserves better.

In the issue Steve Rogers decides to sit down for an on camera interview in order to boast about the success the country is now facing under Hydra rule, however the reporter he faces off with quickly shows she is willing to ask the tough questions despite the consequences. With this framework we actually get a lot of background regarding this current world including what has happened to both the Inhumans and the X-Men.

Spencer’s script is strong here as the tension in the interview slowly builds to a boiling point. Sure this was basically an excuse to layout a bunch of exposition, but at least it was handled well. The issue comes from the aforementioned art. When your comic is built on conversation you need to have panels filled with quality acting. That was by no means the case. Whether it is the strict deadlines these artist have to meet or the sheer amount of content they have to keep up with, something is amiss when the biggest comic book company in the world is putting out substandard content.

Marvel simply cannot quit the Inhumans. Although the title may say otherwise this book has quickly become another attempt to make these Inhuman characters work. This time though two characters in Moon Girl and Ms. Marvel that have found success and placing them in this team in hopes this will succeed where others failed.

So far there are pieces that work well, but I cannot shake the fact the majority of the characters feel like generic copies of better characters. Inferno, for example, is set as the heart of this book but lacks any redeeming qualities. He is just one of many Inhuman characters that has failed to get over with readers.

This issue does help build the world of Secret Empire as it gives us a ground level view of the way of the world. That along with Matthew Rosenberg’s strong wit and Javier Garron’s quality art make it worth reading, but I cannot help but feel worry this series will get bogged down by this tiresome Inhumans agenda.

First Appearance:   Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #1 (1963)
Creators:   Stan Lee,  Jack Kirby
Powers:   Infinity Formula,  Master Tactician and Strategist,  Advanced Military Operator,  Expert Marksman

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Secret Warriors is a 2009 comic book ongoing series published by Marvel Comics, the series focuses mainly on Nick Fury and his secret teams, (Team White being one off ...

Secret Warriors is an alias for the Marvel Comics group Team White created by Nick Fury, a team of superpowered agents in the Marvel Comics Universe, the name " secret ...

Meet the man that's beaten Nick ... Secret Warriors #2 . Share... Those words have appeared on the cover of the first two issues of “ Secret Warriors ” and they ...

Genre: superhero; spy Reprints: in Secret Warriors (Marvel, 2009 series) #1 - Nick Fury: Agent of Nothing (2009) Indexer Notes . Recap of story to date and creator ...

04.03.2009  · Find out who Nick Fury and his Secret Warriors ' real enemies are, where they've been hiding, and why they chose now to make their existence known!

30.09.2009  · GOD OF FEAR, GOD OF WAR PART 2 Nick Fury, along with a newly-reactivated spy head out on a top secret mission. Meanwhile the Secret Warriors …

Picking up from the earth-shattering conclusion to issue one... we find out who Nick Fury and his Secret Warriors' real enemies are, where they've been hiding, and why they chose now to make their existence known. Get ready, this is going to send shock-waves that will ripple throughout the Marvel Universe. Hail Hydra!

Meanwhile, Nick Fury is with Daisy, explaining the revelation of S.H.I.E.L.D. being Hydra, which makes everything he had done for decades to be a complete lie. He tells her that now, they are going to wake up and get even.

Daisy joins the rest of the Secret Warriors to dinner. Phobos then reveals that he can see the future and prophesies about each member: The Druid will become a great hero; Slingshot will get hurt but Stonewall will care for her; Daisy will do a great job soon and Hellfire will die.

When the Secret Warriors arrive back at the Cocoon, Fury briefs them on what's happened. The war they will fight will require no mistakes. He then says that one of them has to go undercover in Hydra.

Meanwhile, the new inner circle of Hydra attack The Hand at one of their temple, forcing the monks there to revive Gorgon. The grandmaster, however, demands Strucker's head, to which Strucker agrees. Unfortunately, the Hand finds out too late that Strucker had tricked them, as Gorgon's remains consumes them, turning them to dust.

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