Nick Fury/Black Widow: Jungle Warfare (Cybercomic; 4 episodes July- August 2000)
Artist: Casey Jones

Writer: D.G. Chichester

S.H.I.E.L.D. learns of a gamma bomb hidden in the jungles of Panama left over from the Cold War. Nick Fury assembles a team to recover it, including Black Widow. The bomb is recovered from the current government, however evil forces are at play in the jungle who covet the weapon and Nick Fury and Black Widow are in their cross hairs. Pursued by the cyber-enhanced terrorists known as the Tyrannicals and cut off from the helicarrier, Fury and the Widow must make their escape with a wounded agent in tow and a malfunctioning bomb ready to explode in a few hours time. 

Nick Fury bursts onto the cyberscape with an enjoyable 4-part adventure that showcases both Fury and Black Widow very well and offers some solid animation by Casey Jones. The characterization offers some great moments from former regular S.H.I.E.L.D. scribe D.G. Chichester, especially the Widow's arrival at the Helicarrier. The dialogue is also top-notch, with Chichester handle on Fury undiluted from his Volume 2 days. The story itself however is rather inconsequential and features second-rate villains in the Tyrannicals. The real appeal of the adventure is in the production values, which aside from a very cartoony helicarrier, sport a cinematic flair which does Fury a fair amount of justice.