I have no disdain for anyone who still reads Sam. I would be a hypocrite if I did, because I have bought each one. I am, however, a bit sad that Nova has abandoned a great character and made the title (and many other Marvel titles) way too simple and childish.
I will read the post-apocalyptic Nova title. The art looks great, and the story may be more up my alley. But after that, I hope things change for the better.
The funny thing is, Marvel seems very committed to the Nova idea. They are trying hard to keep it going. But they are not putting out a great product, yet.
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