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Fold (Earth-6109)

Fury was on the Helicarrier UNN Alpha when it was attacked. He sent out an alert, bringing Spider-Man, Wolverine, Captain America, and Thor to the Helicarrier. He later formed a task force to take down the Masters of Evil.

He was the leader of the group, sending them on missions and guiding them along the way. He was transported into space along with a group of the heroes by Uatu, and later returned to Earth to fight off many Doombots on his own, eventually sending the team to confront the evil Doctor once and for all. After Doom's defeat, he disbanded the team.[1]

Around four years later after defeating Doom Fury discovered a terrorist plan by the new Latverian prime minister Lucia von Bardas to attack America. Because the government would not allow S.H.I.E.L.D. to attack Latveria, Fury assembled Captain America, Iron Man, Wolverine and Spider-Man into a secret team to stop Bardas. They were successful, but a year later, Von Bardas attacked New York anyway in revenge. After destroying some of the city, she was stopped by a team of super-heroes. The government found out about the unsanctioned attack on Latvaria and Fury was exiled.

Some time later, Fury rescues a small team of heroes who were severely injured during an attack on the Geffen-Myer Chemical Plant. Taking them back to a secret S.H.I.E.L.D. bunker, Fury heals the heroes and elists their help in investigating the Pro-Reg Nanite network, which he believes to have been hijacked. Fury guides the team through an infiltration of the Ryker's Island Penitentiary, and after they gain the nanite network logs he and the Tinkerer inform the team of the Fold, a sentient entity born from the growing Nanite network. Fury teleports to Ryker's and enters the Negative Zone Prison 42 along with the team of heroes.

When the Nanite-controlled villains are released, Fury heads off to re-open the portal back to Earth while the heroes go to find a pure Nanite sample, which they hope to use to find a way to defeat The Fold. The majority of the Alliance make it to the portal and return to Ryker's, but Fury is delayed and caught in the self-destruction of Prison 42 along with a number of heroes and villains.

The Alliance later discover that the Superhumans caught in the explosion were absorbed into The Fold, which has escaped the Negative Zone and has launched an invasion on Earth. Many teams and places are taken over, including the X-Men, Stark Tower, and many others. The Alliance goes to Wakanda to hold back The Fold and liberate Wakanda. While here, they learn that Fury was also taken over by The Fold. Fury offers to stop the attack on the Alliance if they willingly join The Fold, but they refuse and Fury sends an army of Fold warriors to attack the Wakandan Palace, including Green Goblin and Venom.

Realizing that most of their bases are compromised by Fury's knowledge, the Alliance move to Wakanda and form a plan to shut down The Fold using a stasis signal. They go to Iceland and head to The Fold's Repeater Tower to broadcast the signal. After battling through a slew of enemies and controlled heroes they make it to the top of the tower and broadcast the signal.

However before The Fold can be rounded up and disbanded, Nick Fury, heavily upgraded with stronger nanites, stops the signal and attacks the team of heroes using a variety of powers from Fold members. After an epic battle which destroys much of the top tower platform, Fury is defeated and The Fold is disbanded.

After being returned to health by Mr. Fantastic, Fury thanks Captain America and Iron Man for freeing him from The Fold, and names Stark the new director of S.H.I.E.L.D. [2]

Powers

Seemingly those of Nicholas Fury (Earth-616)#Powers.

Nanite Nick Fury: has the powers of all who were in the Fold.

Powers demonstrated:

Electro: Electrostatic Energy Generation

Firestar: Microwave Energy Generation

Spider-Woman: Venom Blasts

A-Bomb: Superhuman Strength

Moonstone: Gravitikinesis

Multiple Man: Kinetic Duplication

Bishop: Energy Absorption

Havok: Plasma Emanation

Possible Powers:

Black Panther: Athletic Ability

Bullseye: Superhuman Acurracy

Cable: Telepathy

Cloak: Teleportation

Colossus: Organic Steel Transformation

Dagger: Light Generation

Equinox: Heat and Cold Generation

Goliath: Size Alteration

Hercules: Immortality

Justice: Telekinesis

Lady Deathstrike: Cyberpathy

Molten Man: Incineration

Whirlwind: Wind Generation

Wonder Man: Ionic Energy Generation

Yellowjacket: Size Alteration

Abilities

Seemingly those of Nicholas Fury (Earth-616)#Abilities.



Equipment

S.H.I.E.L.D. Jet Pack

Transportation

S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier

Weapons

Various S.H.I.E.L.D. weapons

  • 6109 Fury's history was likely similar to his mainstream counterpart, as references were made to his brother and others close to him throughout his experiences.

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