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Colonel Gideon Fate Edit

Gideon Fate is a member of the Alpha Omega Warrior/Special Forces Branch. He is also a member of a family of ancient genetically engineered super warriors.Gideon Fate was a fictional character published in American pulp magazines during the 1930s and 1940s. He was created by publisher Mavericlion Books

Maveric UniverseEdit

Real Name Gideon  Nicholas

Joseph Fate

Aliases Mr. Gideon,Silver Knight,Aliases Colonel Fury Doyle The Man in the Mystery Mask Mr. Anger Nicholas Joseph Fury Patch Scorpio Sgt. Fury Commander of Shield Commander Fury The Unseen



Identity No dual identity

Citizenship U.S.A.

Place of Birth Clinton, New York City, New York

First Appearance Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos #1 (1963)

Occupation Insurgent; former director of SHIELD, SHIELD agent, intelligence agent, soldier, commando leader, parachuting instructor, stunt flier

Known RelativesEdit

Jack Fury (father, deceased), Katherine Fury (mother, presumed deceased), Jacob "Jake" Fury (Scorpio, brother,deceased), Dawn Fury (sister), Mikel Fury (Scorpio, son), Rex Fury (alleged ancestor, deceased)

Group AffiliationEdit

Howling Commandos PMC, Secret Warriors; formerly S.H.I.E.L.D., Team Valkyrie, Howling Commandos, CIA, liaison to MI5, OSS, US Army, Sky Devils Education High school, possibly unfinished; extensive military and intelligence training

Physical AttributesEdit

Height 6'1"


one Powers Escape Artist Gadgets Intellect Leadership Longevity Marksmanship Stamina Stealth Unarmed Combat Weapon Master

Weight 221 lbs.

Eyes Blue

Hair Silver or Platinum blond, white temples

Powers Fury ages very slowly, provided by the Infinity Formula, retaining the appearance and vitality of a man less than half his age. Abilities Nick Fury has trained as a paratrooper, Ranger, demolitions expert and vehicle specialist. He holds an unlimited-tonnage, all-seas license as a commander of ocean-going vessels. Fury has completed Green and Black Beret Special Forces training, and has been an agent of the O.S.S. (Office of Special Services) and a liaison of the MI-5 (British Secret Intelligence). He is a seasoned unarmed- and armed-combat expert, was a heavyweight boxer in the Army, and holds a black belt in Tae Kwan Do and a brown belt in Jiu Jitsu. Fury has honed his fighting skills sparring with Captain America, perhaps the world's finest unarmed-combat expert. In his youth, Fury learned to fly planes and wing walking. Weapons Fury always carries some form of firearm. Paraphernalia As director of S.H.I.E.L.D., Nick Fury had access to some of the most advanced technology on Earth; he often wears a bulletproof, fireproof uniform of Kevlar and Beta Cloth. He is 95% blind in his left eye and customarily wears an eye patch.

Secret Origins of Colonel Gideon FateEdit

Colonel Gideon Fate Maveric Comic Showcase Feature. Secret Origins of Colonel Gideon Fate. BY Joseph Gilbert Thompson and Carl Edward Thompson. A Maveric Lion Production.1973-2007-TM.(c) Group settings

Colonel Gideon Fate, fictional character whose real name is Gideon Fate, Jr., is a, surgeon, scientist, adventurer, inventor, explorer, researcher, and musician — a renaissance man. A team of scientists assembled by his father Gideon Fate ,Senior trained his mind and body to near-superhuman abilities almost from birth, giving the Omega Warriors or Alpha Omega Warriors, great strength and endurance, a photographic memory, mastery of the martial arts, Samurai and vast knowledge of the sciences. The Omega Warriors, whose origins extend back in one form or another-various members of the Fate House-Stephan Ulyseas Fate, within the 18th Century. Ulyseas Alexander Gideon Fate, within the late 19th Century. Colonel Gideon Fate- a combat series that portrayed the cigar-chomping Omega Warrior as leader of an elite U.S. Army unit, Special Forces Omega Warrior branch. It was there then. during the Third World War, during the free worlds war with the Kalladon –a evil Super Warriors, opposite to the Omega Warriors- Sgt.Gideon Fate, teamed up the men and women ,he later. Assembles as his team of adventurers. Gideon Fate,Junior was a Special Forces Super Soldier,also known as the Alpha Omega Warriors.He is scientist, adventurer, inventor, explorer, researcher, and, as revealed in A team of scientists assembled by his father deliberately trained his mind and body to near-superhuman abilities almost from birth, giving him great strength and endurance, a photographic memory, a mastery of the martial arts, and vast knowledge of the sciences. Fate is also a master of disguise and an excellent imitator of voices. "He rights wrongs and punishes evildoers." Mavericlion Productions described the hero as a mix of Sherlock Holmes' deductive abilities, Tarzan's outstanding physical abilities, Craig Kennedy's scientific education, Derick Flints sence of humor ,a modern day Doc Savage and Abraham Lincoln's goodness. Joe Thompson described Gideon Fate as manifesting "Christliness." Doc's character and world-view is displayed in his oath, which goes as follows[2]:

Fictional HistoryEdit

Fate is trained as a paratrooper, a Ranger (commando), a demolitions expert, and a vehicle specialist (including aircraft and seagoing vessels). He has received Green and Black Beret Special Forces training, as a part of his regular Alpha Omega Warrior Program... Gideon Fate, like many of his family members-many also, Omega Warriors, use various known and hidden bases of Operations all over the world. Some hidden on tropical islands in the South Pacific. others in hidden locations in the Artic and Antarctic. Some located on Fate Island, around New York City ,Los Angeles and Philadelphia. The Fates also can various Bases of their close associations with Sarkhon Enterprise, Inc. if necessary. Fate Enterprise, Inc was various public headquarters, located in various buildings-Skyscrapers, like the Fate Tower in New York and Fate Enterprises Tower in La.

Early life and wartime Edit

Nicholas Gideon Fate,Junior is the eldest of three children born to Gideon Fate,Senior in New York City. His father is a United States citizen who enlists in the United Kingdom's Royal Flying Corps during World War I. Jack enlists in 1916 and is stationed in France. He shoots down Manfred von Richthofen early in his flying career, and is a highly decorated combat aviator by the end of the War in 1918.

Discharged after the War, Jack returns home, marries an unnamed woman, and becomes the father of three children. Nick, probably born in the late 1910s or early 1920s, is followed by Jacob "Jake" Fury (later the supervillain Scorpio who co-founded the Zodiac cartel), and their sister, Dawn.

All three children grow up in the neighborhood known as Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan, New York. Nick is an amateur boxer through the New York City Police Athletic League where he learns marksmanship. As a teenager in 1937, he went overseas for the first time to fight with the International Brigades in the Spanish Civil War. He was on leave in Guernica when the fascists bombed it.[1]

m friend Red Hargrove leave the neighborhood to pursue their dreams of adventure, eventually settling on a daring wing walking and parachuting act. Their death-defying stunts while training British Commandos in 1940 catch the attention of Lieutenant Samuel "Happy Sam" Sawyer, then serving with the British Commandos, who enlists them for a special mission in the Netherlands. Nick and Red later join the U.S. Army, with Fury undergoing Basic Training under a Sergeant Bass. Nick and Red are stationed together at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii when the Imperial Japanese Navy ambushes the base on December 7, 1941. Red is among the many killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor, with Fury swearing vengeance against both the Japanese and the Nazis.

Sawyer, now a captain, assigns Fury command of the First Attack Squad, a unit of U.S. Army Rangers, who are awarded the honorary title of Commandos by Winston Churchill after their first missions. They are nicknamed the "Howling Commandos" and stationed at a military base in the United Kingdom to fight specialized missions, primarily but not exclusively in the European Theatre of World War II. During this period, Fury falls in love with a British nurse, Lady Pamela Hawley, who dies in a bombing raid on London before he can propose to her.

C.I.A. Edit

At the end of World War II in Europe, Fury is severely injured by a land mine in France, and is found and healed by a Berthold Sternberg, who uses him as a test subject for his Infinity Formula. After making a full recovery, Fury begins working for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), precursor of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Six months into his service, he learns the extent of Sternberg's life-saving operation: the Infinity Formula has stopped his aging, but if he does not receive annual doses, he will age rapidly and die. The doctor begins a 30-year period of extorting large sums of money from Fury in exchange for the injections.[2]

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Fury segues into the CIA as an espionage agent, gathering information in Korea. During this time the Howling Commandos are reformed where Fury receives a battlefield commission to lieutenant. He later reaches the rank of colonel. During this time, he recommends the recruitment of married agents Richard and Mary Parker, who will go on to become the parents of Fury's occasional superhero ally Spider-Man. Much later, the CIA uses him as a liaison to various superpowered groups that have begun appearing, including the Fantastic Four, whom CIA agent Fury first encounters in Fantastic Four #21 (Dec. 1963). Despite Marvel's "elastic chronology", which puts the early-1960s stories as roughly only 10 years before modern-day stories, Marvel has never retconned an explanation for that chronological discrepancy, as the company has for many others.

During his time with the CIA, Fury begins wearing his trademark eyepatch (an issue of Sgt. Fury had revealed that he had taken shrapnel to one eye during the war, which caused him to slowly lose sight in it over the course of years).

Fate Enterprises,inc.Special Forces Devision Edit

Fury becomes the second commander of Fate Enterprises Special Forces Devision as its Public Director. The ultimate authority of Fate Special Forces Devision is revealed to be a cabal of 12 mysterious men and women who give Fury his orders and operational structure, leaving Fury to manage the actual implementation of these orders and strategems.[3] The identities of these people have never been revealed; they appear only as shaded figures on monitors. Initially, his organization's primary nemesis is the international terrorist organization Hydra, created by Fury's worst enemy of World War II, Baron Wolfgang von Strucker (after retconning of the original continuity). Under Fury, S..H.I.E.L.D. grows into one of the world's most powerful organizations, reaching covertly into national governments and forming strategic alliances with the Avengers and other superhero groups, while always maintaining independence and deniability. Fury soon becomes the superhero community's main contact when government-related information is required in order to deal with a crisis.

After years at the helm, Fury discovers that S.H.I.E.L.D. and Hydra have both fallen under the control of a group of sentient Life Model Decoy androids known as Deltites. Betrayed, Fury goes to ground, hunted by his fellow agents, many of whom are later revealed to have been replaced with Deltites. Although Fury ultimately exposes and overcomes the Deltite threat, the conflict is so destructive to S.H.I.E.L.D.'s personnel and infrastructure, and leaves Fury so disillusioned, that he disbands the agency to prevent it from again being subverted from within.[4]

Fury rebuilds S.H.I.E.L.D. from the ground up, initially as a more streamlined agency small enough for him to personally oversee and protect from being corrupted. This new incarnation changed the acronym to stand for "Strategic Hazard Intervention, Espionage and Logistics Directorate".[5]

Sometime later, Frank Castle, the vigilante known as the Punisher, is captured and sent to a maximum-security facility with a S.H.I.E.L.D. escort. During a hypnosis session with Doc Samson, a character named Spook interrupts and has the Punisher conditioned to believe Fury is responsible for the murder of the Punisher's family. An escaped Punisher eventually kills Fury,[6] who is buried at Arlington National Cemetery.[7] The Fury that the Punisher has "killed" is later revealed to have been a highly advanced Life Model Decoy android.[8]

Returned to his post as S.H.I.E.L.D. director, Fury independently enlists the superheroes Captain America, Spider-Man, Luke Cage, Wolverine, Daredevil, and the Black Widow to launch a covert assault on the leadership of Latveria, which is plotting a massive attack on the U.S. One year afterward, Latveria launches a counterattack that results in Fury's removal as S.H.I.E.L.D. commander, forcing him again into hiding with numerous international warrants out for his arrest. His successors as Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. are first Maria Hill and then Tony Stark.[9] Both Hill and Stark, keeping Fury's disappearance secret from the S.H.I.E.L.D. rank and file, use Life Model Decoys to impersonate Fury on occasion.

Fury is the only "33rd-degree" S.H.I.E.L.D. officer, meaning he is the only member of S.H.I.E.L.D., present or past, to know of the existence of 28 emergency, covert bases scattered across the globe, secretly providing the Anti-Registration faction in the subsequent superhuman civil war with bases where they can rally their forces without worrying about their Pro-Registration enemies finding them.[10]

Powers, abilities, and equipment Edit

According to the comic books, Nick Fury's aging has been slowed greatly by the Infinity Formula, a serum created by Dr. Berthold Sternberg. Fury was first inoculated with the serum in the 1940s. Fury took the serum annually for many years. Originally Fury had to take the formula annually or the effects would be reversed, allowing his body to reach its actual chronological age.[2] Nick Fury is depicted as an active athletic man despite his advanced chronological age, though writers have sometimes portrayed Fury as being past his prime despite the Infinity Formula as in the Fury and Wolverine graphic novel. As of the "Original Sin" story arc, it is revealed that at some point the Infinity Formula stopped working for him and Fury has only pretended to stop aging by using LMDs.[11]

Fury's injured left eye, though initially minimally affected by a grenade blast during World War II,[12] has over the decades resulted in a 95% loss of vision in this eye. Despite some comments to the contrary, Fury has not had the eye removed, nor bionically enhanced, and he merely covers it with a cosmetic eye-patch to prevent depth perception distortion. He has explained that when needing to disguise himself, he only needs to remove the eyepatch, slip in a contact lens and darken his hair, as everyone always looks for a one-eyed man.[13]

Fury is a seasoned unarmed and armed combat expert, was a heavyweight boxer in the army (during World War II), and holds a black belt in Tae Kwon Do and a brown belt in Jiu Jitsu. He has further honed his unarmed combat skills sparring with Captain America. The character is a combat veteran of three wars, World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam Conflict, as well as numerous "military adviser" missions and clandestine operations ("a dozen conflicts you've never even heard of"). He is trained as a paratrooper, Ranger, a demolitions expert, vehicle specialist (including aircraft and seagoing vessels), and a Green Beret.Template:Citation needed

Fury has access to a wide variety of equipment and weaponry designed by S.H.I.E.L.D. technicians. He wears a S.H.I.E.L.D. uniform made of 9-ply Kevlar (able to withstand ballistic impact up to .45 caliber bullets) and a Beta cloth (type C), a fire-resistant material, which has a kindling temperature of Template:Convert. Fury uses various types of handguns, including a .15 caliber needle gun, a government issue .45 caliber automatic, a captured German Luger in 9mm Parabellum, a modified semi-automatic Walther PPK in 9 mm Parabellum, and the Ingram MAC-10 machine pistol in .45 ACP.Template:Citation needed

As the director of S.H.I.E.L.D., Fury has access to the entire S.H.I.E.L.D. highly advanced arsenal of weaponry; various air, land, and sea craft provided by S.H.I.E.L.D.; and numerous S.H.I.E.L.D. paraphernalia, including a radio-link tie and a bulletproof suit. Due to his high-ranking status, even when S.H.I.E.L.D. is directed by Tony Stark, and then Norman Osborn, Fury retains access to several S.H.I.E.L.D. warehouses and paraphernalia that are unknown to anyone else but him.

The Fate Research CenterEdit

The Fate Research Center, located out on Fate Island, just outside the New York’s Eastern Sea board, within the Atlantic Ocean, is much of the companies more secret and dangerous experiments are conducted. Sometimes Admiral Sebastian Noland, the third and his HMS Leviathon uses this as a secret port of call, to harbor his fantastic super submarine-invented by his ancestor the original Admiral Sebastian Noland. Later on,Sgt.Gideon Fate,now a Colonel is a Super-cool spy,working for The United World Intelligence Agency.Fate,becomes involved in a series of adventures,trying to foil the many secret,terrorist operations of foreign agents and the many nations governed by the Kaladan.At some time,Colonel resigns,because of one of the operations got a girl-Victoria Littlefeild,he in love killed.His arch enemy Deacon Cross-another Omega Warrior-no longer working for the free world,but the otherside was involved.

Fate is one of several generations of Alpha-Omega Warriors or simply known Omega Warriors-a top secret genetic /Eugenics Program, partially funded by Professor Thuzan Thune and his Sarkhon Enterprise, Inc, to help defend mankind from any internal or external threat, not directly handled by the Legion of Time-Sorcerers on this Earth. He resides on the top (86th) floor of a New York City skyscraper, implicitly the Fate Enterprises, Inc, reached by a private high-speed elevator. Colonel Gideon Fate owns a fleet of cars, trucks, aircraft, and boats which he stores at a secret hangar on the Hudson River, and another located with the secret made island known as Fate Island-located somewhere off the eastern coast of the United States of America. Colonel Gideon Fate-a product of several generations of supermen and super women, also is part of a family of individual comprising Omega-Warriors, plus a team of the world’s greatest adventures and heroes of his era. Various Agents and known operative,who work for Fate Enterprises,Inc.

Simon MacQuadeEdit

Simon MacQuade-a British secret agent, who often works with Colonel Gideon Fate. a British secret agent, who often works with Colonel Gideon Fate. Commander Simon Quade, CMG,!) RNVR is an agent of the British Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) (more commonly, MI6). His partner is Richard Eddison-an American C.I.A Agent –later an operative of the United World Intelligence Agency and jack of all trades-who created anything out of any thing else needed to get out of a situation or predicament-.a sort of MacGiver type character. He is a former member of the U.S. Marine Corps,Omega Warrior Branch until he began to work for the CIA

Johnathan MacCloudEdit

-an American C.I.A Agent and jack of all trades-who created anything out of any thing else needed to get out of a situation or predicament-.a sort of MacGiver type character.

Mike (Michael Kelly) MacKloskeyEdit

-New York Cab driver. Grew up the youngest of an Irish family.

Larry Kidd CarsonEdit

-is an ex-Harvard lawyer turned bounty hunter now on a quest to bring to justice the evil doers of the world. Kidd Carson, is actually Larry Kidd Carson, Junior, who once spent time as a rodeo star and circus acrobat, after-he left Harvard. His father Larry Kidd Carson, Senior, a United States Texas Ranger, was killed by Bill Black-an infamous outlaw, while his son practiced law after the War. His caused to resign from his law firm Carson, Rogers and McMillan, to hunt his father’s killer. Traveling as a rodeo performer and circus acrobat, while actually as members of the Texas Rangers,’ Kidd Carson met up with Colonel Gideon Fate and crew again, to help hunt Billy Black. Afterwards, Carson joined up with Fate Enterprises, as its team unofficial legal expert and connection to the United States Texas Rangers. and shares the values of sheriffs in the West.’ Kidd Carson's troubled relationship with his late father and his growing fear that he will never be able to settle down,with off and on again relationship with his girfreind Kate.Kidd Carson, also often ran into an object-a strange alien artifact-an Orb of the Ancients-a strange device, that properties of a Randarian Navigational Computer, Startarin Power Sphere, various Seraphian Crystal devices and so on. Several of these such devices-13 in all, were reported lost or stolen and stow in the weirdest places. One found it’s way on earth and has changed hands from time to time-various heroes of this Earth have run into it from time to time.

Patrick DouganEdit

- hulking engineer type.Similar to Mack Bolan and Frank Castle.

Dakota SmithEdit

-a sort of modern day Indiana Jones. Colonel Gideon Fate-Alpha/Omega Warrior. Superman hero-sort of similar to Tom Strong, Tom Swift, Dereck Flint. and Doc Savage all rolled into one. Located within the Maveric Comic Universe.

historyEdit

Doc Savage has influenced the creation and development of other fictional heroes, including Superman, Batman and Buckaroo Banzai. Both Alan Moore's Tom Strong and Warren Ellis's Doc Brass are closely modeled on Doc Savage. Sam Beckett from the TV series Quantum Leap also shares many similarities with Savage. I modeled this Colonel Gideon Fate to be a modern mixtures of the characters above, plus the character in the movies Our Man Flint is a 1966 action film which stars James Coburn as Derek FlintIn Like Flint is a 1967 sequel to the spy film, Our Man Flint (1966). James Coburn returns to the role of Derek Flint.

Gideon Fates assistants are patterned after Simon Quade-a hero James Bond 007 is a fictional British agent[1] created in 1952 by writer Ian Fleming, featured in twelve novels, two anthologies, and a film series.[2] .plus Simon Templar, a fictional character created by Leslie Charteris and the protagonist of a series of stories and novels entitled, The Saint. literary character-a detective, Simon Templar—a Robin Hood-like adventurer with a penchant for disguise. and The Man from U.N.C.L.E. was an American television series that ran on NBC from September 22, 1964, to January 15, 1968, for 105 episodes (see 1964 in television and 1968 in television). The first season was broadcast in black and white. [1] The series centered on a two-man troubleshooting team for a covert espionage organization: American Napoleon Solo (Robert Vaughn), and Russian Illya Kuryakin (David McCallum). Leo G. Carroll played Alexander Waverly, the British head of the organization.

Angus MacGyver (known to his friends as MacGyver or "Mac") who favoured brain over brawn in order to solve desperate problems. MacGyver's main asset is his practical application of scientific knowledge and inventive use of common items—along with his ever-present Swiss Army knife and duct tape and the usual coincidence of being locked up in a room full of useful materials. MacGyver is a United States adventure television series, produced in Canada, about the laid-back, extremely resourceful secret agent Angus MacGyver played by Richard Dean Anderson. Dr. Henry "Indiana" Jones, Jr.[1] (born July 1, 1899 in Princeton, New Jersey), most famously known as Indiana Jones or Indy, and known as Henri Defense during World War I,[3] is a fictional professor of archaeology, adventurer, and the main protagonist of the 1981 adventure film Raiders of the Lost Ark, its prequel (Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom) and sequels (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull). Jones is notable for his trademark bullwhip, fedora, leather jacket, and fear of snakes. From a young age, his observations of many major people and events of the early 20th Century would have a major effect on his later life as an archaeologist.


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Soldiers of FateEdit

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==Powers/Abilities==: Highly skilled human at peak of physical fitness, superfit and superintelligent. Uses a variety of high tech gadgets. He is a skilled mimic, and uses synthetic skin masks which can be swiftly modelled on anyone he needs to impersonate.

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  • Longevity via Infinity Formula


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==Cast of Characters== Edit

Colonel Gideon Joseph Ulyseas Fate is a fictional World War III army hero and present-day super-spy in the Maveric Comics universe. Created by artistJoseph Gilbert Thompson  and writer Carl Edward Thompson, Fury first appeared in, a World War III combat series that portrayed the cigar-chomping Fate as leader of an elite U.S. Army unit.

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*Brigadier General Simon Quade, an accomplished .  Ham was considered one of the best-dressed men in the world, and as part of his attire, carried a sword cane whose blade is dipped in a fast-acting .the urbane, charming, romantic lead in the mold of Cary Grant,

  • Johnathan MacCloud and Illya Kuryakin (David McCallum),mixed elements of MacGyver.Educated as a scientist and with a background from a fictional United States government agency, the Department of External Services (DXS), he is used as a resourceful agent able to solve a range of problems. In addition to his scientific knowledge and inventive use of common items, he always carries a Swiss Army knife and duct tape..  Angus MacGyver (known to his friends as MacGyver or "Mac") of the more dangerous and exotic hero in the tradition of Rudolf Valentino. "who favoured brain over brawn in order to solve desperate problems. MacGyver's main asset is his practical application of scientific knowledge and inventive use of common items ,an electrical engineer.—along with his ever-present Swiss Army knife and duct tape and the usual coincidence of being locked up in a room full of useful materials.MacGyver is a United States adventure television series, produced in Canada, about the laid-back, extremely resourceful secret agent Angus MacGyver played by Richard Dean Anderson.John MacCloud has the uncanny ability to fix anything,this allows him to instinctively recognize the potential and functional uses of any machine or technological device in his visual range, a skill that combined with his natural intelligence gives him the ability to conceive, design and build highly-advanced mechanical devices; and operate, modify and disassemble existing technology or create countermeasures for it.Western Tech where he graduated in 1973 with a Bachelor's degree in physics and chemistry, having studied under Julian Ryman, a man who also had an ability to fix things with everyday objects and was probably influential on.MacCloud has also been an enthusiastic race car driver and was quite successful before an accident put him out of the business.
    • Colonel John Patrick Doughan, a construction engineer. Patrick Doughan was a giant of a man, with "fists like buckets of gristle and bone which no wooden door could withstand." He usually had a gloomy expression, which deepened as he grew more happy.Doughan was given an exntensive education by his somewhat eccentric scientist of a father, on the fictional West Indian island .Pat Doughan has a wife, , and a daughter, Terreassa Doughan and a son Patrick Doughan,Junior, both with enhanced physical and mental abilities and longevity. He resides in a building called the Stronghold in Millennium City. He is also assisted by a robot
  • Super-strength, and an inventive genius in peak physical condition. Strong maintains his physical health and longevity through  


*Dakota Smith, an archaeologist and geologist. Dakoka Smith

==Gadgets== Edit


Some of the gadgets described in the series became reality, including flying wing, answering machines, television, automatic transmission, night vision goggles, and hand-held automatic weapons.

AdventuresEdit

Super-cool spy Gideon Fate , ex-agent of  is lured out of retirement by his old Commander to deal with the threat of Galaxy (a parody of SPECTRE), a world-wide organization led by a trio of Utopian mad scientists: Doctor Krupov , Doctor Wu , and Doctor Schneider . Despairing of the world's governments ever getting their acts together, they demand that the governments all capitulate to Galaxy. To enforce their demands, they initiate earthquakes, volcanoes, storms, and other natural disasters with their climate-control apparatus



===House of Fate===
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In the alternate reality of the crossover story arc "", Nick Fury has vanished some time ago. During the mutant purges of the armed forces (which involved outright executions of most of the human field-officers) Nick Fury is kept on as a subservient Drill Instructor, because his talents are too valuable. He makes an enemy of one of his soldiers, Earshot, who has the power to throw his voice with precision over long distances. Earshot uses this power to trick Nick Fury into a trap, seemingly killing him. It is hinted that the trap was actually planned by Wolverine, another of Fury's soldiers.


In this manga imprint, Nick Fury, the director of S.H.I.E.L.D., disappears for a time to mastermind the death of 99% of the superhuman population. He is assisted by that universe's Black Cat. It is said, by his mind-controlled victim, Sharon Carter, that the motivation for the  deaths is jealousy.


In the alternate reality known as the Universe, Nick Fury is alive and well and is still running.


In the alternate reality of the related miniseries , Fate leads S.H.I.E.L.D., an anti-mutant policing organization. It is corrupt, and brainwashes its personnel to violently hate all mutants.




==In other media==


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  • " Colonel Gideon Fate-Alpha/Omega Warrior.Superman hero-sort of simular to Tom Strong,Tom Swift,Dereck Flint.and Doc Savage all rolled into one.Located within the Maveric Comic Universe.  

  • Doc Savage has influenced the creation and development of other fictional heroes, including Superman, Batman and Buckaroo Banzai. Both Alan Moore's Tom Strong and Warren Ellis's Doc Brass are closely modeled on Doc Savage. Sam Beckett from the TV series Quantum Leap also shares many similarities with Savage.I modelled this Colonel Gideon Fate to be a modern mixtures of the characters above,plus the character in the movies Our Man Flint is a 1966 action film which stars James Coburn as Derek FlintIn Like Flint is a 1967 sequel to the spy film, Our Man Flint (1966). James Coburn returns to the role of Derek Flint.  
  • 2150 Gideon Joseph Fate is born in London - winter .First Son of Gideon Joseph Fate,Senior.
  • Gideon Fates assistants are patterned after Simon Quade-a hero James Bond 007 is a fictional British agent[1] created in 1952 by writer Ian Fleming, featured in twelve novels, two anthologies, and a film series.[2] .plus
  • Simon Templar, a fictional character created by Leslie Charteris and the protagonist of a series of stories and novels entitled, The Saint. literary character-a detective, Simon Templar—a Robin Hood-like adventurer with a penchant for disguise.and The Man from U.N.C.L.E. was an American television series that ran on NBC from September 22, 1964, to January 15, 1968, for 105 episodes (see 1964 in television and 1968 in television). The first season was broadcast in black and white. [1] The series centered on a two-man troubleshooting team for a covert espionage organization: American Napoleon Solo (Robert Vaughn), and Russian Illya Kuryakin (David McCallum). Leo G. Carroll played Alexander Waverly, the British head of the organization
  • .[[Johnathan MacCloud] and Illya Kuryakin (David McCallum),mixed elements of MacGyver..  Angus MacGyver (known to his friends as MacGyver or "Mac") who favoured brain over brawn in order to solve desperate problems. MacGyver's main asset is his practical application of scientific knowledge and inventive use of common items—along with his ever-present Swiss Army knife and duct tape and the usual coincidence of being locked up in a room full of useful materials.MacGyver is a United States adventure television series, produced in Canada, about the laid-back, extremely resourceful secret agent Angus MacGyver played by Richard Dean Anderson
  • .John MacCloud has the uncanny ability to fix anything,this allows him to instinctively recognize the potential and functional uses of any machine or technological device in his visual range, a skill that combined with his natural intelligence gives him the ability to conceive, design and build highly-advanced mechanical devices; and operate, modify and disassemble existing technology or create countermeasures for it.
  • Dakota Smith-a sort of modern day Indiana Jones. is a fictional adventurer, OSS agent, professor of archaeology,  Dr. Henry "Indiana" Jones, Jr.[1] (born July 1, 1899 in Princeton, New Jersey[2]), most famously known as Indiana Jones or Indy, and known as Henri Defense during World War I,[3] is a fictional professor of archaeology, adventurer, and the main protagonist of the 1981 adventure film Raiders of the Lost Ark, its prequel (Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom) and sequels (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull). Jones is notable for his trademark bullwhip, fedora, leather jacket, and fear of snakes. From a young age, his observations of many major people and events of the early 20th Century would have a major effect on his later life as an archaeologist
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  • Group name Colonel Gideon Fate , whose real name is Gideon Fate, Jr., is a , surgeon, scientist, adventurer, inventor, explorer, researcher, and musician — a renaissance man. A team of scientists assembled by his father Gideon Fate ,Senior trained his mind and body to near-superhuman abilities almost from birth, giving him great strength and endurance, a photographic memory, mastery of the martial arts,Samurai and vast knowledge of the sciences.Fate is one of several generations of Alpha-Omega Warriors or simply known Omrga Warriors-a top secret genetic /Eugenics Program,partially funded by Professor Thuzan Thune Sarkhon.Gideon Fate come a long line of Omega Warriors,in his family for several untold generation,dating who knows how far back and how extensive.
  • Colonel 's real name was Gideon Joseph Ulyseas Fate, Jr.. He was a physician, surgeon, scientist, adventurer, inventor, explorer, researcher, and, as revealed in , a musician. A team of scientists assembled by his father deliberately trained his mind and body to near-superhuman abilities almost from birth, giving him great strength and endurance, a photographic memory, a mastery of the martial arts, and vast knowledge of the sciences. Fate is also a master of disguise and an excellent imitator of voices. "He rights wrongs and punishes evildoers." He a  described the hero as a mix of Sherlock Holmes' deductive abilities, Tarzan's outstanding physical abilities, Craig Kennedy's scientific education, and Abraham Lincoln's goodness.He also has bits of Doc Savage and Derek Flint.
  • It portrays a young Sergeant Fury during World War II, who learns the art of war in the deserts of North Africa with the newly formed British SAS and ultimately joins them on a mission to assassinate an important German general.
  • ==The Fabulous Five==
  • Colonel is accompanied on his adventures by up to five other regular characters ( as "The Fabulous Forse"), all highly accomplished individuals in their own right.They all met as United States Army Rangers are an elite American Special Operations Force capable of conducting direct action operations,in any theator of warfare in a small group.This group would training in various branches of the military  United States Navy SEALsDelta Force .
  • The bag – a modified Mark VII British gas mask bag
  • Dakota Smith-a sort of modern day Indiana Jones. is a fictional adventurer, OSS agent, professor of archaeology,  Dr. Henry "Indiana" Jones, Jr.[1] (born July 1, 1899 in Princeton, New Jersey[2]), most famously known as Indiana Jones or Indy, and known as Henri Defense during World War I,[3] is a fictional professor of archaeology, adventurer, and the main protagonist of the 1981 adventure film Raiders of the Lost Ark, its prequel (Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom) and sequels (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull). Jones is notable for his trademark bullwhip, fedora, leather jacket, and fear of snakes. From a young age, his observations of many major people and events of the early 20th Century would have a major effect on his later life as an archaeologist
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  • Doc's cousin Patricia "Pat" Savage, who has Doc's bronze skin, golden eyes, and bronze hair, also was along for many of the adventures, despite Doc's best efforts to keep her away from danger. Pat chafes under these restrictions, or indeed any effort to protect her simply because she is female. She is also able to fluster Doc, even as she completely charms Monk and Ham.
  • It posits an international feminist conspiracy to depose the ruling American patriarchy with a feminist matriarchy. To achieve and establish it, they kidnap and replace the U.S. President, discredit the Head of the Z.O.W.I.E. intelligence agency, and commandeer a nuclear-armed space platform, all directed from Fabulous Face, a women's spa in the Virgin Islands. Circumstances compel ex-secret agent Derek Flint to help his ex-boss, and so uncover the conspiracy. Actors James Coburn and Lee J. Cobb reprise their roles as "Derek Flint" and spy chief "Lloyd C. Cramden", Flint's ex-boss.
  • ===Television===
    • Nick Fury appeared as a guest character in the Iron Man animated series, voiced by Philip Abbott.
    • He appeared in X-Men: The Animated Series<nowiki>'</nowiki>s season-five episode Old Soldiers with his World War II band of Howling Commandos. Captain America referred to him as "Sarge". Dum Dum Dugan, a member of the Howling Commandos, was present in the scene, with his derby and mustache, but had no dialogue.
    • He appeared in episodes of Spider-Man: The Animated Series, initially voiced by Philip Abbott and later by Jack Angel. He confronts the identity-changing terrorist the Chameleon in "Day of the Chameleon", "The Cat", and "The Black Cat". In the "Six Forgotten Warriors" six-part episode, Fury calls 1940s superhero Keane Marlow (the Destroyer) out of retirement.
    • He appeared as a supporting character in X-Men: Evolution, voiced by Jim Byrnes.
    • He appeared in the Wolverine and the X-Men episode "Wolverine vs. The Hulk", voiced by Alex Désert. This version is an amalgam of the mainstream Marvel version and the Ultimate Marvel version.
    • He appeared in the Iron Man: Armored Adventures episode "Fun With Lasers", voiced by Dean Redman. This version is an amalgam of the mainstream Marvel version and the Ultimate Marvel version. He is a strict and dominating leader, threatening Iron Man on several occasions of arrest if he was to interfere in anyway. He also puts his job ahead of his people, where when he was going to destroy a satellite with his people still inside he stated "they are prepared for this". He is on S.H.I.E.L.D.'s flying base the Helicarrier.
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