Saturday, February 25, 2012

Sgt. Fury # 21

Issue: Sgt. Fury # 21
Writer: Stan Lee
Artist: Dick Ayers
Publication Date: August 1965

Brief Summary:


Sgt. Fury 21


Commentary:

Yeah, we're still reviewing Fury comic books.  It's happening.  The Howlers are off to rescue a hostage this ish (guess you gathered that from the cover).  What's that entail?  More Nazi impersonation, if you must know.

Fury does reference the pain he's felt over Pam's death, although she is not named directly.  So, there's that.  Stan also gets a chance to flex his interpretation of a French accent in dialogue balloons.  I guess he's getting tired of Percy Pinkerton.  He's not the only one.

I'm curious to see another writer take over this book.  Hopefully I'll find someone else's war stories more compelling.



Favorite Panel:
Howlers in action.

Favorite Quote: "If they were so smart, they wouldn't be Nazis!" - Nick Fury

Next: Strange Tales # 135