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19th Apr '18 10:56:04 AM tvtropersuser1
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* ManipulativeBastard: Case in point, it's implied he lured the Red Skull out of hiding just so that the Avengers could be restarted, allowing him a starting point to eventually get his old job as director back. Nick did this again when he used Gregory Stark's scheme to use superhumans to overthrow anti-American governments and Spider-Man's death caused by Nick's meddling to force his successor Carol Danvers into signing over his position as director back to him again.

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* ManipulativeBastard: Case in point, it's implied he lured the Red Skull out of hiding just so that the Avengers could be restarted, allowing him a starting point to eventually get his old job as director back. Nick did this again when he used Gregory Stark's scheme to use superhumans to overthrow anti-American governments and Spider-Man's death caused by Nick's meddling to force his successor Carol Danvers into signing over his her position as director back to him again.



* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Everything that has happened in Ultimate Spider-Man is directly or indirectly Nick's fault. He had Bruce Banner alongside Spider-Man's parents attempt to replicate the Super Soldier Serum that created Captain America under his direct command using Nick's blood, which culminated in a Hulk rampage after Bruce tested the serum on himself. After Bruce Banner failed to recreate the super-soldier serum, Fury offered defense contracts to anyone who could create it which led to Norman Osborn becoming obsessed with Oz which in turn created Spider-Man. Not to mention a fair amount of super villains that both Spider-Men had to deal with were in someway connected to Fury. He is also responsible for the cover-up of the origins of the mutants which culminated in mass intra-racial genocide against mutants due to misinformed extremists like Magneto as well as the coming of the superhumans arm race. In a roundabout way, this makes Fury greatly responsible for a large amount of grief and pain that many characters go through in the Ultimate continuity.

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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Everything that has happened in Ultimate Spider-Man is directly or indirectly Nick's fault. He had Bruce Banner alongside Spider-Man's parents attempt to replicate the Super Soldier Serum that created Captain America under his direct command using Nick's blood, which culminated in a Hulk rampage after Bruce tested the serum on himself. After Bruce Banner failed to recreate the super-soldier serum, Fury offered defense contracts to anyone who could create it which led to Norman Osborn becoming obsessed with Oz which in turn created Spider-Man. Not to mention a fair amount of super villains that both Spider-Men had to deal with were in someway connected to Fury. He is also responsible for the cover-up of on the origins of the mutants which culminated in mass intra-racial genocide against mutants due to misinformed extremists like Magneto as well as the coming of the superhumans arm superhuman arms race. In a roundabout way, this makes Fury is greatly responsible for a large amount much of the pain and grief and pain that many characters go through in the Ultimate continuity.
19th Apr '18 10:46:28 AM tvtropersuser1
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* ManipulativeBastard/GuileHero: Increasingly and near totally the former. Case in point, it's implied he lured the Red Skull out of hiding just so that the Avengers could be restarted, allowing him a starting point to eventually get his old job as director back. Nick did this again when he used Gregory Stark's scheme to use superhumans to overthrow anti-American governments and Spider-Man's death caused by Nick's meddling to force his successor Carol Danvers into signing over his position as director back to him again.

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* ManipulativeBastard/GuileHero: Increasingly and near totally the former. ManipulativeBastard: Case in point, it's implied he lured the Red Skull out of hiding just so that the Avengers could be restarted, allowing him a starting point to eventually get his old job as director back. Nick did this again when he used Gregory Stark's scheme to use superhumans to overthrow anti-American governments and Spider-Man's death caused by Nick's meddling to force his successor Carol Danvers into signing over his position as director back to him again.
19th Apr '18 10:43:50 AM tvtropersuser1
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* ControlFreak: It's part of what makes him so effective at his job,but he's done a number of morally questionable things in service of it. [[spoiler: It's all but outright stated that he is the one who brought in The Red Skull in an effort to get his position at S.H.I.E.L.D. back.]]

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* ControlFreak: It's part of what makes him so effective at his job,but job, but he's done a number of morally questionable things in service of it. [[spoiler: It's all but outright stated that he is the one who brought in The Red Skull in an effort to get his position at S.H.I.E.L.D. back.]]
19th Apr '18 10:42:45 AM tvtropersuser1
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* ManipulativeBastard/[[Guile Hero]]: Increasingly and near totally the former. Case in point, it's implied he lured the Red Skull out of hiding just so that the Avengers could be restarted, allowing him a starting point to eventually get his old job as director back. Nick did this again when he used Gregory Stark's scheme to use superhumans to overthrow anti-American governments and Spider-Man's death caused by Nick's meddling to force his successor Carol Danvers into signing over his position as director back to him again.

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* ManipulativeBastard/[[Guile Hero]]: ManipulativeBastard/GuileHero: Increasingly and near totally the former. Case in point, it's implied he lured the Red Skull out of hiding just so that the Avengers could be restarted, allowing him a starting point to eventually get his old job as director back. Nick did this again when he used Gregory Stark's scheme to use superhumans to overthrow anti-American governments and Spider-Man's death caused by Nick's meddling to force his successor Carol Danvers into signing over his position as director back to him again.
19th Apr '18 10:41:56 AM tvtropersuser1
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* ControlFreak: It's part of what makes him so effective at his job,but he's done a number of morally questionable things in service of it. [[spoiler: It's all but outright stated that he is the one who brought in The Red Skull in an effort to get his position at S.H.I.E.L.D. back.]]job.

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* ControlFreak: It's part of what makes him so effective at his job,but he's done a number of morally questionable things in service of it. [[spoiler: It's all but outright stated that he is the one who brought in The Red Skull in an effort to get his position at S.H.I.E.L.D. back.]]job.]]



ManipulativeBastard/Guile Hero: Increasingly and near totally the former. Case in point, it's implied he lured the Red Skull out of hiding just so that the Avengers could be restarted, allowing him a starting point to eventually get his old job as director back. Nick did this again when he used Gregory Stark's scheme to use superhumans to overthrow anti-American governments and Spider-Man's death caused by Nick's meddling to force his successor Carol Danvers into signing over his position as director back to him again.

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ManipulativeBastard/Guile Hero: * ManipulativeBastard/[[Guile Hero]]: Increasingly and near totally the former. Case in point, it's implied he lured the Red Skull out of hiding just so that the Avengers could be restarted, allowing him a starting point to eventually get his old job as director back. Nick did this again when he used Gregory Stark's scheme to use superhumans to overthrow anti-American governments and Spider-Man's death caused by Nick's meddling to force his successor Carol Danvers into signing over his position as director back to him again.
18th Apr '18 9:53:13 PM tvtropersuser1
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* AscendedExtra: In the mainstream universe, Nick Fury is a secondary and forgotten character, and SHIELD just a organization mentioned from time to time. In Ultimate Marvel, SHIELD has a much bigger role, and Fury is the head of it.

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* AscendedExtra: In AdaptationalVillainy: Unlike the mainstream universe, Nick classic Fury, who does have the best of intentions, this Fury is a secondary corrupt, self-serving bastard who'll violate the Constitution whenever and forgotten character, and SHIELD just a organization mentioned from time to time. In Ultimate Marvel, SHIELD has a much bigger role, and Fury is wherever he deems it necessary without even having the head of it. facts to support his actions.



* BigGood: As the head of SHIELD, he is the leader of the Ultimates, and he's the one Spider-Man and the X-Men turn to when a villain is too much for them. When he's temporarily out of SHIELD during the civil war, he shows up to help them anyway.
* BlasphemousBoast: "I'm wondering that when I get up to them pearly gates... is God gonna put up a fight, or just move over and let me sit down?"

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* BigGood: A dark take on this trope bordering on [[DeconstructedTrope Deconstruction.]] As the head director of SHIELD, he S.H.I.E.L.D, Fury is the leader one in charge of a major force in protecting the Ultimates, and world. However, he's a self-serving asshole and will do [[NominalHero anything]] it takes to stop the one Spider-Man and the X-Men turn to when a villain is too much for them. When he's temporarily out of SHIELD during the civil war, he shows up to villains. [[WellIntentionedExtremist Anything.]] It doesn't help them anyway.
that one of the main reasons he still has his position is due to his own manipulations.
* BlasphemousBoast: "I'm Due to his manipulative tendencies, Fury has quite the high opinion of himself to the point he often takes pride in his ability to take on superpowered threats and come out on top. Case in point when his team manages to ward off the Ultimate Version of Galactus:
-->'''Nick Fury:''' I'm
wondering that when I get up to them pearly gates... is God gonna put up a fight, or just move over and let me sit down?" down?



* ControlFreak: It's part of what makes him so effective at his job.

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* ControlFreak: It's part of what makes him so effective at his job.job,but he's done a number of morally questionable things in service of it. [[spoiler: It's all but outright stated that he is the one who brought in The Red Skull in an effort to get his position at S.H.I.E.L.D. back.]]job.



* DirtyBusiness: He truly sees that his actions as unpleasant but necessary for the sake of national security and protecting the world from possible greater threats.

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* DirtyBusiness: He truly sees that his actions as unpleasant but necessary for the sake of national security and protecting the world from possible greater threats. The validity of his beliefs tends to range from being mostly justified given the situation or horribly misguided and self-indulgent in others.



* GoodIsNotNice: He's more than willing to kill dangerous villains if needed be
* KnightTemplar: He'll do whatever it takes to protect his country or the world, no matter how morally awful it is.

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* GoodIsNotNice: He's more than willing GoodIsNotNice: He might be on the side of good in terms of intentions, but he is not only an unrepentant asshole, but someone who has done horrible, horrible things and will continue to kill dangerous villains do more.
* ItGetsEasier: How he copes with doing actions like murder and mass destruction. In his mind,
if needed be
it helps someone in any positive way it is justifiable, while if it doesn't he'll simply promise to do better next time.
* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: He has all of the original character's abrasive qualities and none of the HiddenHeartOfGold traits... Aside from both Spider-Men serving as his {{Morality Pet}}s, but even he can be pretty abrasive and downright abusive towards both to meet his own ends. Of course, bear in mind that he's an extremist at the '''best''' of times.
* KnightTemplar: He'll do whatever it takes to protect his country or country, the world, or his interests, no matter how morally awful it is.is.
* KarmaHoudini: Nick never suffers any long-term consequences for his amoral actions and the collateral damage he helps cause for his own gain, besides a few physical injuries few and far between. He was handed over to authorities on an alternate world in the "Ultimate Power" arc for helping causing millions of deaths, but later ended up working his way up to making his own S.H.I.E.L.D. organization on that world before he was called back for his help in stopping Magneto during the "Ultimatum" arc.
ManipulativeBastard/Guile Hero: Increasingly and near totally the former. Case in point, it's implied he lured the Red Skull out of hiding just so that the Avengers could be restarted, allowing him a starting point to eventually get his old job as director back. Nick did this again when he used Gregory Stark's scheme to use superhumans to overthrow anti-American governments and Spider-Man's death caused by Nick's meddling to force his successor Carol Danvers into signing over his position as director back to him again.



* WellIntentionedExtremist: He's done a lot of nasty stuff, all for the greater good.

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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Everything that has happened in Ultimate Spider-Man is directly or indirectly Nick's fault. He had Bruce Banner alongside Spider-Man's parents attempt to replicate the Super Soldier Serum that created Captain America under his direct command using Nick's blood, which culminated in a Hulk rampage after Bruce tested the serum on himself. After Bruce Banner failed to recreate the super-soldier serum, Fury offered defense contracts to anyone who could create it which led to Norman Osborn becoming obsessed with Oz which in turn created Spider-Man. Not to mention a fair amount of super villains that both Spider-Men had to deal with were in someway connected to Fury. He is also responsible for the cover-up of the origins of the mutants which culminated in mass intra-racial genocide against mutants due to misinformed extremists like Magneto as well as the coming of the superhumans arm race. In a roundabout way, this makes Fury greatly responsible for a large amount of grief and pain that many characters go through in the Ultimate continuity.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: He's done a lot of nasty stuff, all for the greater good and sometimes for what he thinks is the greater good.
2nd Apr '18 3:56:21 PM GrigorII
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* BigGood: A dark take on this trope bordering on [[DeconstructedTrope Deconstruction.]] As the director of S.H.I.E.L.D, Fury is the one in charge of a major force in protecting the world. However, he's a self-serving asshole and will do [[NominalHero anything]] it takes to stop the villains. [[WellIntentionedExtremist Anything.]] It doesn't help that one of the main reasons he still has his position is due to his own manipulations.
* BlasphemousBoast: Due to his manipulative tendencies, Fury has quite the high opinion of himself to the point he often takes pride in his ability to take on superpowered threats and come out on top. Case in point when his team manages to ward off the Ultimate Version of Galactus:
-->'''Nick Fury:''' I'm wondering that when I get up to them pearly gates... is God gonna put up a fight, or just move over and let me sit down?

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* BigGood: A dark take on this trope bordering on [[DeconstructedTrope Deconstruction.]] As the director head of S.H.I.E.L.D, Fury SHIELD, he is the one in charge leader of a major force in protecting the world. However, Ultimates, and he's a self-serving asshole the one Spider-Man and will do [[NominalHero anything]] it takes to stop the villains. [[WellIntentionedExtremist Anything.]] It doesn't X-Men turn to when a villain is too much for them. When he's temporarily out of SHIELD during the civil war, he shows up to help that one of the main reasons he still has his position is due to his own manipulations.
them anyway.
* BlasphemousBoast: Due to his manipulative tendencies, Fury has quite the high opinion of himself to the point he often takes pride in his ability to take on superpowered threats and come out on top. Case in point when his team manages to ward off the Ultimate Version of Galactus:
-->'''Nick Fury:''' I'm
"I'm wondering that when I get up to them pearly gates... is God gonna put up a fight, or just move over and let me sit down? down?"



* ControlFreak: It's part of what makes him so effective at his job, but he's done a number of morally questionable things in service of it. [[spoiler: It's all but outright stated that he is the one who brought in The Red Skull in an effort to get his position at S.H.I.E.L.D. back.]]

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* ControlFreak: It's part of what makes him so effective at his job, but he's done a number of morally questionable things in service of it. [[spoiler: It's all but outright stated that he is the one who brought in The Red Skull in an effort to get his position at S.H.I.E.L.D. back.]]job.



* DirtyBusiness: He truly sees that his actions as unpleasant but necessary for the sake of national security and protecting the world from possible greater threats. The validity of his beliefs tends to range from being mostly justified given the situation or horribly misguided and self-indulgent in others.
* EvilVersusEvil: Ultimate Nick Fury is notably darker than the original. A few feats including working with Ultimate Doctor Doom to tamper with one of Richard's probes, preferring to work with Ultimate Iron Man's more amoral older brother Gregory Stark, and secretly hiring the Ultimate version of the Red Skull to regain his position as the head of S.H.I.E.L.D. (which he lost because of the aforementioned deal with Doom).

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* DirtyBusiness: He truly sees that his actions as unpleasant but necessary for the sake of national security and protecting the world from possible greater threats. The validity of his beliefs tends to range from being mostly justified given the situation or horribly misguided and self-indulgent in others.
* EvilVersusEvil: Ultimate Nick Fury is notably darker than the original. A few feats including working with Ultimate Doctor Doom to tamper with one of Richard's probes, preferring to work with Ultimate Iron Man's more amoral older brother Gregory Stark, and secretly hiring the Ultimate version of the Red Skull to regain his position as the head of S.H.I.E.L.D. (which he lost because of the aforementioned deal with Doom).



* GoodIsNotNice: He might be on the side of good in terms of intentions, but he is not only an unrepentant asshole, but someone who has done horrible, horrible things and will continue to do more.
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: He can commit some serious atrocities. Noted in the "Ultimate Power" arc where his tampering with Reed Richards' probe helped cost millions of lives on another world.
* ItGetsEasier: How he copes with doing actions like murder and mass destruction. In his mind, if it helps someone in any positive way it is justifiable, while if it doesn't he'll simply promise to do better next time.
* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: He has all of the original character's abrasive qualities and none of the HiddenHeartOfGold traits... Aside from both Spider-Men serving as his {{Morality Pet}}s, but even he can be pretty abrasive and downright abusive towards both to meet his own ends. Of course, bear in mind that he's an extremist at the '''best''' of times.
* KarmaHoudini: Nick never suffers any long-term consequences for his amoral actions and the collateral damage he helps cause for his own gain, besides a few physical injuries few and far between. He was handed over to authorities on an alternate world in the "Ultimate Power" arc for helping causing millions of deaths, but later ended up working his way up to making his own S.H.I.E.L.D. organization on that world before he was called back for his help in stopping Magneto during the "Ultimatum" arc.
* KnightTemplar: He'll do whatever it takes to protect his country, the world, or his interests, no matter how morally awful it is.
* ManipulativeBastard: Increasingly and near totally the former. Case in point, it's implied he lured the Red Skull out of hiding just so that the Avengers could be restarted, allowing him a starting point to eventually get his old job as director back. Nick did this again when he used Gregory Stark's scheme to use superhumans to overthrow anti-American governments and Spider-Man's death caused by Nick's meddling to force his successor Carol Danvers into signing over his position as director back to him again.

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* GoodIsNotNice: He might be on the side of good in terms of intentions, but he is not only an unrepentant asshole, but someone who has done horrible, horrible things and will continue He's more than willing to do more.
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: He can commit some serious atrocities. Noted in the "Ultimate Power" arc where his tampering with Reed Richards' probe helped cost millions of lives on another world.
* ItGetsEasier: How he copes with doing actions like murder and mass destruction. In his mind,
kill dangerous villains if it helps someone in any positive way it is justifiable, while if it doesn't he'll simply promise to do better next time.
* JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: He has all of the original character's abrasive qualities and none of the HiddenHeartOfGold traits... Aside from both Spider-Men serving as his {{Morality Pet}}s, but even he can be pretty abrasive and downright abusive towards both to meet his own ends. Of course, bear in mind that he's an extremist at the '''best''' of times.
* KarmaHoudini: Nick never suffers any long-term consequences for his amoral actions and the collateral damage he helps cause for his own gain, besides a few physical injuries few and far between. He was handed over to authorities on an alternate world in the "Ultimate Power" arc for helping causing millions of deaths, but later ended up working his way up to making his own S.H.I.E.L.D. organization on that world before he was called back for his help in stopping Magneto during the "Ultimatum" arc.
needed be
* KnightTemplar: He'll do whatever it takes to protect his country, country or the world, or his interests, no matter how morally awful it is.
* ManipulativeBastard: Increasingly and near totally the former. Case in point, it's implied he lured the Red Skull out of hiding just so that the Avengers could be restarted, allowing him a starting point to eventually get his old job as director back. Nick did this again when he used Gregory Stark's scheme to use superhumans to overthrow anti-American governments and Spider-Man's death caused by Nick's meddling to force his successor Carol Danvers into signing over his position as director back to him again.
is.



* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Everything that has happened in Ultimate Spider-Man is directly or indirectly Nick's fault. He had Bruce Banner alongside Spider-Man's parents attempt to replicate the Super Soldier Serum that created Captain America under his direct command using Nick's blood, which culminated in a Hulk rampage after Bruce tested the serum on himself. After Bruce Banner failed to recreate the super-soldier serum, Fury offered defense contracts to anyone who could create it which led to Norman Osborn becoming obsessed with Oz which in turn created Spider-Man. Not to mention a fair amount of super villains that both Spider-Men had to deal with were in someway connected to Fury. He is also responsible for the cover-up of the origins of the mutants which culminated in mass intra-racial genocide against mutants due to misinformed extremists like Magneto as well as the coming of the superhumans arm race. In a roundabout way, this makes Fury greatly responsible for a large amount of grief and pain that many characters go through in the Ultimate continuity.
* VetinariJobSecurity: Either by outside sources or because of his own manipulations, Nick always ends up in charge of S.H.I.E.L.D. or an influential US government organization controlling superhumans simply because his successors always end up being too incompetent or psychotically evil to get the needed results. He's simply too good at his job to be left to retire or get rid of for good.
* VillainProtagonist: He has engineered genocide on civilians on parallel Earths, manipulated and nearly killed his own allies in pursuit of his plans, and commandeered dangerous psychopaths to fulfill his personal agendas.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: He's done a lot of nasty stuff, all for the greater good and sometimes for what he thinks is the greater good.

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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Everything that has happened in Ultimate Spider-Man is directly or indirectly Nick's fault. He had Bruce Banner alongside Spider-Man's parents attempt to replicate the Super Soldier Serum that created Captain America under his direct command using Nick's blood, which culminated in a Hulk rampage after Bruce tested the serum on himself. After Bruce Banner failed to recreate the super-soldier serum, Fury offered defense contracts to anyone who could create it which led to Norman Osborn becoming obsessed with Oz which in turn created Spider-Man. Not to mention a fair amount of super villains that both Spider-Men had to deal with were in someway connected to Fury. He is also responsible for the cover-up of the origins of the mutants which culminated in mass intra-racial genocide against mutants due to misinformed extremists like Magneto as well as the coming of the superhumans arm race. In a roundabout way, this makes Fury greatly responsible for a large amount of grief and pain that many characters go through in the Ultimate continuity.
* VetinariJobSecurity: Either by outside sources or because of his own manipulations, Nick always ends up in charge of S.H.I.E.L.D. or an influential US government organization controlling superhumans simply because his successors always end up being too incompetent or psychotically evil to get the needed results. He's simply too good at his job to be left to retire or get rid of for good.
* VillainProtagonist: He has engineered genocide on civilians on parallel Earths, manipulated and nearly killed his own allies in pursuit of his plans, and commandeered dangerous psychopaths to fulfill his personal agendas.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: He's done a lot of nasty stuff, all for the greater good and sometimes for what he thinks is the greater good.
2nd Apr '18 1:39:01 PM GrigorII
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* AdaptationalVillainy: Unlike the classic Fury, who does have the best of intentions, this Fury is a corrupt, self-serving bastard who'll violate the Constitution whenever and wherever he deems it necessary without even having the facts to support his actions.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Unlike AscendedExtra: In the classic Fury, who does have the best of intentions, this mainstream universe, Nick Fury is a corrupt, self-serving bastard who'll violate secondary and forgotten character, and SHIELD just a organization mentioned from time to time. In Ultimate Marvel, SHIELD has a much bigger role, and Fury is the Constitution whenever and wherever he deems it necessary without even having the facts to support his actions.head of it.
12th Mar '18 3:05:09 PM Pandemos
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Nick Fury's ex-wife. She really hates him, and with good reason.

* ActionMom: Has an infant son called Julius (implied to be Nick's).
* AlphaBitch: She comes off as this for her team, notable as Nick, who was once married to her, described being her husband as more traumatic than the Vietnam War. Notable as she chose the name Black Widow despite the previous Black Widow having killed her teammate Hawkeye's family simply because it sounded cool and just to spite him.

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Nick Fury's ex-wife. She really hates him, and with good reason.

reason, since he slept with every female person she knew (friends, cousins, her MOTHER) etc. She also has a child named Julius, who may or may not be Nick's.

* ActionMom: Has an infant son called Julius (implied to be Nick's).
Of her son, Julius.
* AlphaBitch: She comes off as this for her team, notable as Nick, who was once married to her, described being her husband as more traumatic than the Vietnam War. Notable as she chose the name Black Widow despite the previous Black Widow having killed her teammate Hawkeye's family simply because it sounded cool badass.
* AntiHeroSubstitute: Inverted. Monica is far more pure
and just to spite him.upstanding than her predecessor, who killed children in cold blood.



* CanonImmigrant: She was brought over to the classic Marvel Universe in ''ComicBook/AvengersAI''

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* BadassInCharge: Became this after taking over S.H.I.E.L.D. until her death.
* CanonImmigrant: She was brought over to the classic Marvel Universe in ''ComicBook/AvengersAI''''ComicBook/AvengersAI'' Though the two characters are pretty different, save for their somewhat similar attitudes.
* ClothesMakeTheSuperman: Wore a "Stark Suit" in her first few appearances that served to increase her strength, speed, and agility.



* MostCommonSuperpower: Nick Fury implies she's had work done. She just tells him to shut up.

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* {{Expy}}: Of Maria Hill, after a fashion. Both are hardcore female S.H.I.E.L.D. agents known for their biting attitude that replaced Nick Fury as the head of the organization at one point or another.
* GunsAkimbo: Favors wielding two pistols.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Monica may be the Alpha Bitch of the team, but she's also a loving mother, passionate about defending her country, and worries about her teammates in fights.
* MoreDakka: Sometimes slips into this on missions, including firing a massive cannon that had its own chair attached.
* MostCommonSuperpower: Nick Fury implies she's jokingly asks if she had work done. She a "boob job," but she just tells him to shut up.up. Either way, she's as stacked as every other woman in the comic.
* NoodleIncident: Her marriage to Nick Fury. It's alluded to somewhat, with Nick pointing out to the Punisher that he was "married to that bitch" and to not expect sympathy for her being rude.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: Was the only woman on the Avengers/Ultimates team after the Red Wasp left and before Giant Woman (Cassie Lang) joined.
* SuperSpeed: Had this while wearing her "Stark Suit." She could run at about 110 mph.
* SuperStrength: Per her "Stark Suit," though it wasn't showcased very well before she stopped wearing it.
* SuperToughness: Had this while wearing her "Stark Suit" too.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Has this going with Hawkeye a bit.
5th Mar '18 4:50:55 PM Malady
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* CanonForeigner: Created specifically for UltimateMarvel. An alternate version of Leonard Williams does eventually make his way to the 616-verse as part of the [[EliteMooks Thor Corps]] with Gamora and Kit Renner.

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* CanonForeigner: Created specifically for UltimateMarvel.ComicBook/UltimateMarvel. An alternate version of Leonard Williams does eventually make his way to the 616-verse as part of the [[EliteMooks Thor Corps]] with Gamora and Kit Renner.



* {{Expy}}: Cash is effectively the UltimateMarvel version of Grey Hulk's "Joe Fixit" persona, but even more morally bankrupt and a Crime Lord rather than a mere Enforcer.

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* {{Expy}}: Cash is effectively the UltimateMarvel ComicBook/UltimateMarvel version of Grey Hulk's "Joe Fixit" persona, but even more morally bankrupt and a Crime Lord rather than a mere Enforcer.



* RelatedInTheAdaptation: An odd case. In both the 616-verse and the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, Loki is Thor's ''adopted'' brother, though his origin differs a bit in each universe. In UltimateMarvel, Loki and Thor are ''half-brothers'' through Odin, conceived as part of a peace agreement with the [[GenderFlip giantess]] Laufey.

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* RelatedInTheAdaptation: An odd case. In both the 616-verse and the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, Loki is Thor's ''adopted'' brother, though his origin differs a bit in each universe. In UltimateMarvel, ComicBook/UltimateMarvel, Loki and Thor are ''half-brothers'' through Odin, conceived as part of a peace agreement with the [[GenderFlip giantess]] Laufey.
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