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I do have one question though-What the f*ck is sos special about Nick Fury? What is his special power? At least nothing in the movie.

i wasnt under the impression he w has a super power. just very conniving, and had a lot of information and power. but then again, i have no idea, just my impression from the movies.
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I do have one question though-What the f*ck is sos special about Nick Fury? What is his special power? At least nothing in the movie.

look it up!
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post #798 of 1032
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I do have one question though-What the f*ck is sos special about Nick Fury? What is his special power? At least nothing in the movie.
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It is eventually revealed that Fury takes a special medication called the Infinity Formula that halted his aging and allows him to be active despite being nearly a century old.
Nick Fury's aging has been slowed greatly by the Infinity Formula, a serum created by Dr. Berthold Sternberg. Fury was first inoculated with the serum in the 1940s. Fury took the serum annually for many years. Due to its cumulative effect, Fury no longer needs additional doses to prolong his life span.
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If he is indeed alive, I think that would cheapen the outcome of his "death" (I.E. the Avengers finally working together).
post #800 of 1032
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

If he is indeed alive, I think that would cheapen the outcome of his "death" (I.E. the Avengers finally working together).

idk, fury is all about bending the facts to get things done. i think this would fit in with that.
post #801 of 1032
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It is eventually revealed that Fury takes a special medication called the Infinity Formula that halted his aging and allows him to be active despite being nearly a century old.
Nick Fury's aging has been slowed greatly by the Infinity Formula, a serum created by Dr. Berthold Sternberg. Fury was first inoculated with the serum in the 1940s. Fury took the serum annually for many years. Due to its cumulative effect, Fury no longer needs additional doses to prolong his life span.

Not very good since others can take the serum. Boot his non super power butt out.
post #802 of 1032
I have not been reading much Marvel lately, but one of my friends told me that it has been revealed that Fury has a half African American son. Figure Marvel will want to capitalize on the films and bring that version to the mainline universe.
post #803 of 1032
Enjoying the "Vision" theory.
post #804 of 1032
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Originally Posted by dragon8 View Post

I do have one question though-What the f*ck is sos special about Nick Fury? What is his special power? At least nothing in the movie.
He's a marvel maanger who pulls string to make all these ego-maiac work together....Plus he's the head of the greatest spy agencies of the world.
post #805 of 1032
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Iron Man 3 Confirmed to Include Iron Patriot!

SuperheroHype has confirmed that Shane Black's Iron Man 3 will feature the red, white and blue Iron Patriot armor. What is uncertain, however, is exactly who will be wearing it.

The armor made its first appearance in 2009's "Dark Avengers" #1. Following the events of the "Secret Invasion" crossover, Norman Osborn was mistakenly heralded as an American hero and tasked with leading a group of government-sanctioned Avengers. Taking the technology from Stark Industries, Osborn designed his suit to represent the then-recently-deceased Captain America.

Because the character of Osborn is a Spider-Man villain and the rights rest at Sony Pictures, it's pretty much a certainty that a different character will be donning the suit in the upcoming film.

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New Details Emerge on Iron Man 3 Villain

The folks at Latino Review have got an interesting lead on what is happening on the Iron Man 3 set and apparently not everyone is as tight lipped as the heads of Marvel Studios.

A crew member let it slip that, as predicted, Sir Ben Kingsley is indeed playing The Mandarin in the film but he will NOT be the primary antagonist. Guy Pearce's Aldrich Killian will be the main focus of evil in the film with The Mandarin being more to the side of it all. Perhaps waiting for his time to take the spotlight in Iron Man 4?
post #806 of 1032
OJFC no.
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Dammit, Marvel/Fox/Sony, put aside your differences already and give us what we want!!
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OJFC no.

why not? splain. i know nothing about all these things. teach me your ways.
post #809 of 1032
Iron Patriot on set:
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