check out this excerpt from an Interview with Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Bill Rosemann By Matt McGloin, Mike Luoma and Bill Meneese 8/19/09 ( http://www.cosmicbooknews.com )
CosmicBookNews: We've been hearing that Nova will be joining the Avengers; and a younger version of Nova will be joining Marvel Adventures Super Heroes.
Will DnA be involved in either of these projects directly or in an advisory role for the character?
As a fan who passionately believes Nova works best in space; can you re-assure me that the ongoing Nova series will not be turned into an Earth-based series?
Bill: The fact that other creators and editors want to tell stories with the Human Rocket is tribute to the amazing job Dan, Andy and the rest of Team Nova have been doing for the last 28 issues.
And, since Rich Rider is such a relatable character who supplies a grounded view of our often mind-blowing cosmic concepts, he's a perfect fit whether he's jetting through the stars or through the concrete canyons of Manhattan. Nova's ties to characters both in space and on Earth make him a crucial character who can bridge both arenas and introduce readers to realms they never thought they'd ever experience or enjoy.
CosmicBookNews: Thank you for your time, gentlemen. We appreciate you taking the time out to answer our questions.
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