Nick Fury has a reddish brown skin and a bald head printed with an eye patch, goatee, cheekbones, and a serious expression. There is slight back printing on the head depicting the back of eyepatch strap, but it does not connect to the front. He has a dark blue torso piece with a belt, a light blue collar, a shoulder strap on the upper right of the torso and muscles are shown. There is also back printing depicting the back of the light blue collar, the back of the shoulder strap taking up most of the back, the back of the belt, and the cut against his shirt. He has black unprinted legs. This minifigure is based off Nick Fury's likeness in the Ultimate Spider-Man TV series.
In the video games
In other media
In 2012, Nick never appeared physically, but appeared in a LEGO short and a LEGO version of The Avengers poster. He has a light brown head with no accessories and printing depicting a light grey eyepatch, a goatee, cheekbones, and a serious expression. He has a dark blue torso with printing of a zipper and straps and has black hands. He has grey legs with the printing of gun holster straps.
Marvel Cinematic Universe
Nick Fury is the director of S.H.I.E.L.D. or Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division, a branch of the United States military dedicated to developing and deploying superhuman operatives, particularly the Avengers. The Avengers include Captain America, Black Widow, Iron Man, Thor, The Hulk, and Hawkeye. Fury mainly works with Maria Hill and Agent Coulson.
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
After the battle between Sandman, Abomination, and the Hulk, Spider-Man, and Iron Man, Fury talked with Tony Stark about some odd happenings and told him to figure it out, asks Spider-Man if he wanted to be an Avenger, and told Agent Coulson to make sure one of the cosmic bricks makes it to the Fantastic Four, so they could study it.
He later intruded Doom's fortress with the Fantastic Four and fought Green Goblin.
Gallery of Variants
- In the press release he was listed under the comic based X-Men minifigures along with Wolverine, Deadpool, and Magneto. However, he did not appear in 6866 Wolverine's Chopper Showdown or any of the first wave of Super Heroes sets.
- This version of Nick Fury first appeared in the Ultimate Marvel comics where he was modeled after Samuel L. Jackson (who later portrayed Nick Fury in the Marvel Cinematic Universe). This design was later used in the mainstream comics as Nick Fury's son Nick Fury Jr.
- Samuel L. Jackson played Nick Fury in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in addition to Mace Windu from the Star Wars prequels.
Video Game Appearances