ACO Embraces Steranko-Esque Weirdness With James Robinson On ‘Nick Fury’ #1
Marvel's number one superspy is back in his own solo comic with April's Nick Fury #1, written by James Robinson with art by ACO. The book looks to be a lot of fun, focusing on single-issue capers that take Fury all over the world and even into outer space.
But the really exciting thing is ACO's art. He did great work with Midnighter over at DC, but the preview pages on display here bring a whole new level of meticulously detailed psychedelic weirdness. He's clearing drawing inspiration directly from the work of Jim Steranko, the legendary artist who did career-making work on the original Nick Fury's solo comics in the 1960s. This alone is enough to get me on board for the new series.
Here's the official word from Marvel:
An-all new era for Marvel’s premier super spy begins here as Robinson and ACO bring you single-issue spy-fy adventures! Whether it’s aboard a speeding train, in the underwater city of Atlantis or even the surface of the moon – Fury gets the job done! His first mission? A trip to the beautiful French Riviera! Only this is no vacation. Amid the bright casino lights and beautiful picturesque vistas, there’s something foul at play. Let the complex dance of espionage and spy craft begin! Only, Nick Fury may have finally met his match in the form of the mysterious Frankie Noble, Agent of Hydra!
Every issue: New mission. High-tech weapons. Higher stakes espionage. Non-stop action. He’ll dare any danger. He’ll fight any foe. He is…Nick Fury! And he’s exploding into comic shops everywhere in the can’t-miss NICK FURY #1 – on-sale this April!