But wishing ill on NINO is an exercise in futility and accomplishes nothing to forward the goal of getting Rich back.
Marvel is clearly behind Sam Alexander; they made him part of their new Avengers for crying out loud. He's on the flagship team.
He is not going anywhere.
We should have less focus on making Same go away in a wishful-thinking-exercise that somehow that will bring Rich back and more focus on just letting Marvel know we want to see more of our favorite character.
Personally, I think the Nova comic itself is probably the best chance we could ever have for seeing Rich again. They have already stated that they will have Sam looking into Nova history and learning more about the Nova Corps.
I can envision a day where a frustrated Worldmind is saying "Sam Alexander; it is imperative that you pay attention at this time."
And I can envision a return of Richard Rider as a new Nova Prime who mentors Sam.
That is our best chance of seeing Richard back...
: Yes. Brevoort and company are still dead set
: on pushing NINO, but this current book is so
: bad that it will be gone soon and the NINO
: experiment will once again be proven to be
: an utter failure of a re-hash of tired old
: Spiderman concepts. Good riddance to NINO.
: Can't happen fast enough.
: --Previous Message--
: Merry Christmas all, and here's to a great
: year. As always, the best part about the
: end of the year, is the hope and promise of
: what is to come in the new year. I think I
: speak for a majority of us when I hope that
: 2016 will be the year that Richard Rider
: comes back as Nova!
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