Love the fact that we are getting a Nova Corps Centurion that is actually connected with the Rider name, Worldmind is still around, a well-written Star-Lord, all in a well-written Guardians book. This is the book that McNiven or Pichelli should have been drawing instead of the current GOTG series. This is a genuine real-deal fun Cosmic Marvel read and not full of cringe-worthy out-of-character dialogue and past storyline events that are either amateurishly overlooked or have been conveniently discarded.
Too bad I also get the feeling that we can't get too attached to Rael Rider, Worldmind, or the current Star-Lord in this timeline as once the story arc is complete Marvel may do away with them as they have Richard Rider.
: I only just caught this after a day's slog at
: work. Sheer punch the sky mode that Dan
: Abnett is writing a future descendant who is
: a Nova Prime character in Guardians 3000 and
: double so that she's from the Rider family
: line. I think it could well be likely given
: her name she's related to Rob and Irani
: rather than Rich - in a way that's makes
: more sense. Of course curious to see if Dan
: Abnett confirms this or how the lineage
: actually works out. Also nice to hear the
: Worldmind back in those faithful blue/yellow
: boxes but mystery - why only 2% of the Nova
: Force available. Where's the rest of it?
: Either way Nova fans - support this book
: now. Don't dither - go to your LCS and get a
: copy- get two, add it to your pull list and
: lets boost Guardians 3000 sales figures and
: knock BMB's dreadful main title outta the
: park once and for all!
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