This is a good day.
Rich is back baby.
: Knowing how Marvel Comics has been the past 6
: years since they got rid of and tossed
: Richard Rider, the Nova Prime, into the
: rubbish and tried to bring
: lightning-in-a-bottle with new kid, Sam
: Alexander, what is the catch for his
: returning in a brand new series, on
: Earth-616? "A Fan-Favorite
: Returns!" is a shout out to both
: long-time loyal fans who were very vocal as
: well as all fans of the character in general
: who simply wanted Rich to return even if it
: meant having both Novas in the same
: universe. Why the "olive branch"
: gesture from the higher ups who regularly
: insulted the long-time readers that
: constantly challenged the "new status
: quo" of Sam Alexander, the Black Super
: Nova? Why more qualified Cosmic Marvel
: writers like DnA were made to leave in order
: for higher-paid but less qualified Cosmic
: writers like Bendis and Loeb to take over
: and be part of the MCU Creative Committee?
: Is there going to be some Bait and Switch
: scheme down the road, as some are suspicious
: of? Have Rider fans be reeled in only to be
: had and be knee-jerked around? What's the
: catch? What is the trade off? Other than
: having both Novas appear in new series. We
: all know the old saying, "If it sounds
: too good to be true, it almost always
: is." The only thing that can be a
: positive possibility is that maybe there is
: plans and developments underway for Rich to
: be in the MCU. Marvel Now! 2.0 is mainly
: about the division from the Civil War
: II-aftermath. As some pointed out, Rich
: returns at a bad time(again)when another
: Civil War had just ended. Similar to the
: first Civil War, which he did not think very
: highly of and was very disappointed with
: many of the heroes he grew up admiring.
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