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For years, Hydra has lurked in the shadows of the Marvel Universe, a corrupting influence that taxed even the greatest of heroes. With the group scoring their greatest victory in Secret Empire, we take a look back at the History of Hydra…
The true modern era of Hydra’s history began with a momentous occasion in the ranks of its greatest enemy, S.H.I.E.L.D., when the famous spy agency appointed war hero Nicholas J. Fury as its director.
This came in direct response to Hydra’s growing prominence as a global terror network and its continued development of fantastic weaponry. With Fury at the helm, S.H.I.E.L.D. entered into direct combat with its opposite number, kicking off a series of skirmishes and full-blown battles that while the world-at-large slept peacefully without knowing of them, still forced Fury and his agents to stay one step ahead of Hydra at all times.
During this era, a man named Arnold Brown, outwardly a nebbish toady of a huge corporation, believed himself the leader of Hydra and its sole benefactor. Hydra developed terrifying devices such as the Betatron Bomb and Overkill Horn, but ultimately met defeat at the hands of S.H.I.E.L.D. when Fury proved to be more than a match for it. Brown himself lost his life to a bullet from a lower Hydra agent who refused to believe the little man to be the infamous masked leader of the world-wide organization.
Baron Strucker took a more direct hand in...