Captain America/Nick Fury: Blood Truce (1995)
Writer: Howard Chaykin & Ben Schwartz
Penciler: Andrew Currie
Inker: Tom Palmer
Colorist: Joe Rosas
Letterer: John Costanza

The defection of former KGB interrogator Dimitri Panshin instigates a rogue faction within S.H.I.E.L.D. that seek to make Panshin pay for his crimes.  Nick Fury and Captain America are forced to join with Titanium Man and AIM in order to stop a renegade S.H.I.E.L.D. from unleashing its own unsanctioned justice.

Rogue agents in S.H.I.E.L.D! Nick Fury having to break into the helicarrier! Golly gee, where have I seen all this before? Despite some now standard S.H.I.E.L.D. cliches, Chaykin and Ben Schwartz manages to give it some nice polish with the dialogue and some solid art from Currie and Palmer. Although the team-up is more Captain America with Titanium Man, Fury gets some good panel time, although not enough and not much of it action-wise. Captain America is well cast opposite Titanium Man and there are some interesting moments within the context of the story where Cap offers criticism of the darker side of the Cold War and questions his government's actions. In a neat twist, Dum Dum gets better exposure and the best lines; especially when Fury and Cap drop in to the infirmary. A good story for Fury and Cap fans.