- Excuse me, we were in the middle of a heroic gesture on behalf of mankind.
- -- Mockingbird
Appearing in "Fury from the Past!"
- New Avengers
- Howling Commandos (Only in flashback)
- God (Yahweh) (Invoked)
- Victoria Hand (Mentioned)
- S.H.I.E.L.D. (Mentioned)
- H.A.M.M.E.R. (Mentioned)
- General Hill
- Avengers Initiative (Mentioned)
Races and Species:
- Earth (Main story and flashback)
Synopsis for "Fury from the Past!"
In Bayamo, Cuba, 1959, two men spot Nick Fury and chase him down with their car. Eventually, Fury throws two grenades in their car. The driver, Kraut, survives, his partner does not. Fury is then joined by Dum Dum Dugan and Gabe Jones and have their guns pointed at Kraut, a former Nazi and declare him under arrest for war crimes. A cowardly Kraut says that he was only following orders and that the Reich shall rise again. Sometime later, Fury is approached by General Hill in a bar, informing him that the President needs him for an Avengers Initiative.
In the present, the New Avengers are staking out a furniture store in Rhode Island, now a front for former H.A.M.M.E.R. agents led by Superia. Despite the fact that their quarry haven't done anything, the Thing, Spider-Man and Doctor Strange choose to take them head on. The others try hijacking trucks loaded with weapons. However, Luke Cage finds that his truck doesn't have keys in the ignition, forcing him to lift it himself. But in the midst of the fighting, Mockingbird, working undercover, is shot.
It starts off in 1959, where two Nazis are chasing Nick Fury in a car. At the end of the chase, Fury blows up the car, killing one of the Nazis. Dum Dum Dugan and Gabe Jones join Fury in eliminating the other one.
Back in the present day, the New Avengers are spying on a gathering of H.A.M.M.E.R. agents emptying trucks. While Thing, Dr. Strange, Spider-Man, and Wolverine distract them, Luke, Jessica, and Iron Fist steal their trucks (Luke's didn't have any keys. When two of Superia's movers try to escape, Mockingbird, who was undercover, took them down with Spider-man watching. One of them shoots her, while Spider-Man says "oh, no."
Back in 1959, Fury's supervisor tells him that the president wants Fury for the Avengers Initiative.
Appearing in "Avengers Assemble - The Oral History of Earth's Mightiest Heroes (Chapter 13)"
- Avengers (Main story and recap)
- Avengers (Recap)
- Loki (Referenced)
- H. Warren Craddock (Referenced)
- Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell) (Recap)
- Hydra (Referenced)
- Nazis (Referenced)
- Edwin Jarvis (Referenced)
- Vision (Aarkus) (Recap)
- Blazing Skull (Mark Todd) (Recap)
- Sub-Mariner (Namor McKenzie) (Recap)
- Human Torch (Jim Hammond) (Recap)
- Supreme Intelligence (Recap)
- Fantastic Four (Referenced)
- Nick Fury (Referenced)
- Ronan the Accuser (Referenced)
- Invaders (Referenced)
- H. Warren Craddock (Skrull imposter) (Referenced)
Races and Species:
- Humans (Main story and recap)
- Asgardians (Recap)
- Skrulls (Recap)
- Kree (Recap)
- Synthezoids (Main story and recap)
- Atlantean-Human Hybrids (Recap)
- Smokeworlders (Recap)
- Robots (Referenced)
- Monkeys (Referenced)
- Earth, Sol, Milky Way Galaxy (Referenced)
- Andromeda Galaxy (Referenced)
- Mjolnir (Recap)
- Iron Man Armor Model 1 Mark III (Recap)
- Ant-Man's Suit and Ant-Man's Helmet (Recap)
- Bio-Synthetic Wings (Recap)
- Captain America's Shield (Recap)
- Iron Man Armor Model 4 (Recap)
- Mandroids (Referenced)
Synopsis for "Avengers Assemble - The Oral History of Earth's Mightiest Heroes (Chapter 13)"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- Also includes the continuation of Chapter 13 of "Avengers Assembly: The Oral History of the Earth's Mightiest Heroes", written by Brian Michael Bendis. Continues in Avengers (Vol. 4) #10.
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