I don't have any objections to Jesse Alexander as a regular Nova as long as it's written properly. I've always said that Rich could act as a mentor to Sam and be involved with a Nova Corps away from that. Whether it's Rich, or somebody else, it's a good idea. Expand the brand, you know?
That all said, I've gotta say I'm pretty bummed out. The Annihilation Conquest Omnibus will probably be the last time I see anything new RR related from Marvel. I don't understand their decisions to kill off old heroes and replace them with different people. Why not just sideline old heroes or retire them? Anyway, that's all off topic.
I'll check it out and if it's any good, I'll sub. If it's kiddie, then like Nova vol. 5, I'll pass. I picked up Guardians 3000 because of Rael Rider, so I'm not above a different Nova. I just want a well written story.
I just wish they didn't kill off Rich...
: Here's my speculation
: A) Richard Rider is back.
: B) Sam's dad and Sam Alexander only
: C) generation storyline, origin of Jesse to
: Sam Alexander.
: Cb) Jesse Alexander is a Xandarian who
: "gone native" on Earth after he
: crashlanded on it on a training mission
: (hope alien hunters are also interested in
: selling "the last Xandarian and his
: exotic hybrid offpsrings") and showing
: why Jesse decided to stay on Earth rather
: than Xandar, which Grandma Alexander
: (possibly a high ranking Nova) may be pissed
: at his son's choice before Luphimorph blew
: the planet and her to pieces, or Nebula's
: rampage, or eaten by bugs.
: I am gonna pick C and Cb since Marvel need
: to have an alien-human hybrid without
: "my dad impregnated my mom and ditched
: her with an unborn child" and being
: white (at least fully, but Hulkling is kinda
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