So what happened is that dad was back home and everything was (apparently) OK.
Until dad took a monster to the face really hard and it more or less turned it into playdough --with him still able to talk to Sam.
Hints earlier when he was saying something about "the boy" not realizing.
That is all we know. It seems most likely that this is an imposter. But it is also possible that somehow this is Sam's dad in some form that he is trying to keep secret.
We do know he is communicating to something in secret.
Sam is looking for him, enlisting Iron Man, and cannot find him nor trace of the Centurion helmet that his faux-dad was wearing.
: alright to try and steer this conversation
: away from the silly boycott threads again...
: So Sam's dad in the new run is a fake? I'm
: not reading so I'm not up on what is going
: on in his comic. Does that mean his dad is
: still out there in space still? If so is
: this going to be his storyline for the rest
: of time?
: --Previous Message--
: Nova #4 seemed like filler content.
: The story was basically:
: - Sam is sad about faux-dad.
: - Sam looks for help.
: - No one can help.
: - Sam is bringing down the mood of the
: - Someone tries to get them out of the
: - Sam is still sad.
: - Oh, oh! Generic trouble in the street!
: - Follow trouble back to iconic generic bad
: - Setup for a fight next issue, with nothing
: resolved, nothing really advanced, and not
: much content.
: Not the best issue...
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