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Random information on the term ” Fury”:
Fury is a Marvel comics 61 page special one-shot starring Nick Fury published in 1994.
The issue was published in May 1994 with the tagline Featuring the Secret Origin of the Greatest Espionage Agency in the World– S.H.I.E.L.D.!. Artist Dave Sharpe is credited with the logo design.
The book is special one-shot depicting the origin of S.H.I.E.L.D. and how Nick Fury came to lead it. It also features the first appearance of Rick Stoner, the original director of S.H.I.E.L.D. The story was created by editor Ralph Macchio, because he was not pleased with the origin of S.H.I.E.L.D. portrayed in the Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. mini-series. The series uses retroactive continuity, altered the events of the previous two series, recasting them as a series of staged events designed to distract Fury from the resurrection plans of Hydra head Baron von Strucker.
The story also features Nick’s brother, Jake Fury and Tony Stark prominently throughout, but they only appear as their alter egos Scorpio and Iron Man scarcely.
Random information on the term ” Ire”:
Ire is the fifth studio album by Australian metalcore band Parkway Drive. It was released on 25 September 2015 through Resist and Epitaph Records, and was streamed online on 20 September. The album was produced by George Hadji-Christou. The band sought to change their established style with Ire, and reviewers have noted the inclusion of new influences.
Ire marks a change from the style established on the band’s previous records. In an interview with Music Feeds, frontman Winston McCall stated: “…in the past … [when] we took the influence we had and then we put it into the context of what the Parkway Drive formula was, then that influence got mixed or buried or lost amongst the other stuff. This time around when any influence or unorthodox idea came about we simply ran with it in its whole form and tried to form a concept around that, rather than try to squash it into the pre-existing formula. That became basically the conceptual approach for making this entire record. … When you’re playing the same style of riff, the same drumming, the same vocals and same breakdowns for ten years, what point is there in people listening to your new record or even recording one if it sounds the exact same as the last one?”