Fury: My War Gone By #2
The Good:Fighting, Fucking, Nazi punching, bullets, blood
The Bad:I have to wait for the next issue
Dear God, I love a good war comic. I have been let down so hard in the past and this, this glorious gem, has stoked the fire in my soul for the genre again. It is sooo good! We continue in on Nick Fury (in his heyday) in communist Indochina. It opens with a sex scene [...]
Dear God, I love a good war comic. I have been let down so hard in the past and this, this glorious gem, has stoked the fire in my soul for the genre again. It is sooo good! We continue in on Nick Fury (in his heyday) in communist Indochina. It opens with a sex scene and, folks, the battle and storyline here is a must read if you enjoy war comics. Ennis writes war at its best and can wrap a story around it so well that reading it is just something you can’t NOT do.
Nick Fury is suave and brutal wrapped into a character that looks how I wish I looked. This story is amazing.
We left with Fury saying he fucks and fights like a demon and we open with him fucking like a demon.
He needs to keep Hatherly from getting hot headed (especially around the nazi). When he finds out that Hatherly is leaving, Fury heads over to his post at the fort. Now, there is some drama arising with the aforementioned hulking former Nazi, Sergeant Steinhoff. He is fighting on our team and has the tremendous past we would expect of a former Nazi. This lets Ennis sift in the moral ambiguity that he is amazing at. The nazi and Fury end up in a fucking brutal brawl before the fort comes under attack. This explodes into a fantastic battle and ends with us wondering what is going to happen next. We start with Fury fucking like a demon and end with him fighting like a demon. Just, so good!
Parlov matches Fury’s grizzly and hardened demeanor with a vision we would expect of him. He does justice to the trophy of testosterone and manliness that is Nick Fury.