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Sidney Levine (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 159 001
Sydney "The Gaff" Levine
Quote1 Excuse I should be speaking up like that to you, but a simple de-generating coil would'a put it outta the works! Quote2
Nicholas Fury (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 159 001
Nick Fury
Quote1 Oh yeah! Wonder why it never occurred to me ta take a coupl'a those along? Quote2
Sidney Levine (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 159 001
Sydney "The Gaff" Levine
Quote1 You mean to say you walk around without a coupl'a those? Tsk! Quote2
Nicholas Fury (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 159 001
Nick Fury
Quote1 An' who might you be... the Tom Edison of Flatbush Avenue? Quote2

Appearing in "Spy School"

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Following the destruction of Hydra Island, Fury goes to UNIT (Underground Network Intelligence Training academy) where recruits undergo rigorous education. He meets 2 new agents: Sidney E. Levine, a tech expert (who agrees to replace Fury's destroyed Porsche 904) and Val, who scoffs at his attitude that the spy game is man's work. Fury takes on Captain America in a display bout for the recruits, but gets dizzy due to a "side-effect" of the invisibility pill he used earlier. Cap tells him he's found out who was responsible for a job they tackled "a year ago"-- "The Big Blackout".

Appearing in "The Evil That Men Do..."

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Returning to New York, Doctor Strange finds that his Sanctum is now gone, finding Wong he learns that Umar had attacked it while she was on Earth. However, Strange restores it revealing it was never destroyed just banished. Returning inside, Doctor Strange explains to Wong the outcome of his and the Ancient One's battle with Umar, the freeing of Zom, and the ultimatum that the Living Tribunal had made.

Meanwhile, all the mystics who were "awoken" by the freeing of Zom are now organizing into a large group called the Circle Sinister. Doctor Strange tracks down the Circle to their meeting place where he fights their apparent leader, however as Strange easily defeats this attacker, he soon learns who their real leader is: Baron Mordo, who has just escaped from his mystical prison.

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  • Nick Fury mentions that he has to catch up on Dick Tracy, Dick Tacy was a comic strip that was first published in 1939 depicting a fictional police detective with the same name.
  • Nick Fury mentions growing up on serials featuring a few actors of his time, including Tom Mix and Joe Bonomo.
  • Nick Fury remarks to Captain America, while the two of them are performing their acrobatic feats, that they could play the "Sullivan" show, this is a reference to The Ed Sullivan Show which was hosted by Ed Sullivan. Given the Sliding Timescale, this should be seen as a topical reference.

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