- Jesse might come from long line of Nova Centurion (come in handy when he passed his "nova force sliver" to both Sam and Kaelynn who can use his helmet) who crash landed on Earth as a teenager but decided to stay at his "Mama Alexander"'s dismay on his decision. And took "Jesse Alexander" (Jesse maybe anglicanized version of his old name while the surname might be a reference to his homeplanet of "Xandar", which maybe given by Eva who may have nursed him back to health). Not to mention that Sam might be one of the few Superheroes with pedigree and/or noble blood. Maybe related to Gartaan Saal (imagine him getting pissed that he had to accept Sam as last of Xandar) or Tarnak Valt (maybe a stupid decision to not marry a hot royalty instead of inseminating a terran woman with "lil' Nova"). Highschool dropout maybe his cover up or his failure to adapt his new life on Earth (maybe he got money from his "endeavors" as a black op). Either he deserted the Nova Corps or part of a plan to get rid of evidences on Black Nova's operations under Nova Corps orders but Nova Corps aren't that dirty-handed even if they wanted to get rid of criminal elements.
So any addendum? For another question, why would he stay on Earth considering that pre-Richard Rider Xandar was a utopia other than falling in love with Eva if Jesse was a Xandarian.
P.S.- So any unique traits that differentiate Xandarian from a human.
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