Nick Fury Hides Clue in Marvel Solicitations

Tue, December 16th, 2008 at 12:04pm PST | Updated: December 16th, 2008 at 12:31pm

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CBR News Team, Editor

The solicited cover for "Secret Warriors" #2 came with a clue
Eagle-eyed fans of Marvel Comics probably noticed a peculiar blemish on the Jim Cheung cover for “Secret Warriors” #2 in the publisher’s March solicitations. The image comes with a “post-it” note reading “eagleeye” and directing readers to the S.H.I.E.L.D. website agentofnothing.com.

Entering “eagleeye” into the only available text field unlocks the website -- clearly designed by “The Nightly News” creator and “Secret Warriors” co-writer Jonathan Hickman – which contains exclusive and previously unseen artwork from the forthcoming series; a link to Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited’s free webcomic “Secret Warriors” #0, which contains material from relevant issues of “Mighty Avengers” as well as pages from the S.H.I.E.L.D. Operations Database including agent profiles; and a special message from Nick Fury.

A Marvel spokesperson told CBR News, "Keep your eyes peeled. Nick Fury likes to hide passwords all over the place. A new nation requires a new message."

TAGS:  secret warriors, jonathan hickman, agent of nothing, nick fury, brian michael bendis

 
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