The S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier is the main base where S.H.I.E.L.D.'s director Nick Fury operates. The Helicarrier was made by Tony Starks' company Stark Industries. In Season 1, the Green Goblin destroyed it until Season 2, he was able to reactivate it and called it the Hell-Carrier in which he used it to send missiles with Goblin serum across the city. In Season 3: Web-Warriors, during The Spider-Verse event, he still used it as a lair until Electro turned it into a robot but it was fully destroyed after Green Goblin was turned back to Norman Osborn and Electro being defeated.
Stark Industries had created the Helicarrier for S.H.I.E.L.D. serving as its main command ship and mobile headquarters.
The Helicarrier was seen some action in other occasions.
In The Rise of the Goblin, the ship was destroyed by the Green Goblin, but everyone managed to escape, including several prisoners. In the episode Hawkeye, it is being rebuilt and in The Sinister Six, it jailed Rhino, Electro, Kraven the Hunter, Beetle and Doctor Octopus. By the time of House Arrest, it is fully operational.
The Helicarrier serves as a command airship and mobile headquarters. It can potentially house numerous military and scientific personnel inside there. It can also store equipment, weapons, gear, vehicles,and other technologies inside there. This ship is equipped with advanced laser and conventional weaponry and unique computer/defense systems. It also store super-powered criminals with specially-designed cells.
- 101. "Great Power"
- 102. "Great Responsibility"
- 103. "Doomed"
- 105. "Flight of the Iron Spider"
- 107. "Exclusive"
- 111. "Venomous"
- 114. "Awesome"
- 115. "For Your Eye Only"
- 116. "Beetle Mania"
- 120. "Run Pig Run"
- 126. "Rise of the Goblin"
- 205. "Hawkeye"
- 206. "The Sinister Six"