Nick Fury: Spies Like Us is a digital comic book set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In a local club in Budapest during the Cold War, CIA Agent Nick Fury convinces a thug that he just put something in his drink, showing a tiny ball between his fingers and explaining that if his heart rate spikes it will explode. Before being asked any questions, the thug gives away the address of Verliecki. When Fury and his partner Escobar leave the club, he is stopped by Vinorovsky, who is pissed at Fury for deporting him. But Fury hits him and leaves the club anyway.
In the car and on their way to Verliecki, Fury explains that they are after twelve dossiers of undercover CIA agents, which must stay out of the hands of the Soviets. Meanwhile Vinorovsky has alerted the local authorities and sends them after Fury.
Fury bashes the appartement door in and he and Escobar start to search the room. Suddenly Fury is strangled from behind by Verliecki, but Fury immediately throws his adversary over him. They continue to fight and Verliecki tries to escape with a suitcase but Fury is able to kick him against a bookcase and takes over the suitcase with the dossiers. Escobar then betrays Fury, holding a gun to his head, explaining that he wants to sell the dossiers to the Soviets. Fury catches him off guard and slings the suitcase to Escobar, who then fires his gun but misses. The gunshot is heard by the local police outside, but Escobar and Fury continue to fight. Ultimately, Escobar is able to get the upper hand, holding Fury once again under fire. This time Escobar gets hit from behind by Verliecki, revealing that the whole thing was staged and together they tie up Escobar. Verliecki puts a CIA ID card with Escobar's picture and with Fury's name, in Escobar's pocket while Fury quickly leaves before the authorities arrive.