Can't say enough about how great a character Richard Rider has become, how Nova should have been a powerhouse Marvel Comics character, and how terrible a "legacy" character Sam Alexander is and always will be for many Rich fans like myself. A lot has got to do with how Sam Alexander was brought into existence in the first place and how Richard Rider was shut out. Really enjoyed the comparisons to other "legacy" characters and how you knocked them all down.
Nova v4 has had numerous critical acclaim and accolades by critics. Marvel really did not go out of thier way to help promote characters like Richard Rider to truly succeed.
Yes, 4 years of no explanation of Rich's whereabouts, no real mention or clues, and a total lack of respect of his legacy is no excuse and is a total disrespect to fans.
"If you don't stand for something, you will fall for anything."
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