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  1. "The Man For The Job!" - (Lee / Kirby) Col. Nick Fury is ordered by the Pentagon to undergo some medical tests, but it seems to be all done in order to create robot duplicates of him. He soon finds that these decoys were created because he is being hunted by persons unknown. All becomes clear when he's escorted to a secret meeting of an international anti-spy organization called S.H.I.E.L.D.
  2. Eternity Beckons!
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Nick Fury the original Hero Reboot 0

In one of the most genius reinventions of a character Stan Lee, seeking to capitalize on the then-popular trend of super spies, took Sgt. Fury and made him Colonel Fury; twenty years further along in his career. In this issue the Colonel, who still considers himself "a three-striper at heart", is recruited by the U.S. branch of an international counter-espionage group called S.H.I.E.L.D. to lead their worldwide mission against the villainous organization known as Hydra, that is bent on world dom...

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