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Richard Rider is back! And when he makes his roaring return to the Marvel Universe, it changes everything for Sam Alexander! How will the young Nova cope with his predecessor's unfathomable homecoming? Is Earth big enough for two Nova-helmet-wearing protectors? Strap in, True Believer, you've never seen a Nova book like this before! Action meets romance as Sam goes on a daRichard Rider is back! And when he makes his roaring return to the Marvel Universe, it changes everything for Sam Alexander! How will the young Nova cope with his predecessor's unfathomable homecoming? Is Earth big enough for two Nova-helmet-wearing protectors? Strap in, True Believer, you've never seen a Nova book like this before! Action meets romance as Sam goes on a date with the new girl in school, while Rich reconnects with an old flame: the Guardian of the Galaxy called Gamora! But all the while, the truth of Rich's time in the Cancerverse is festering in the background — and it is dangerous! It's the comeback you've all been waiting for — but will it be a happy ending, or a terrifying new beginning?Collecting: Nova 1-7...

Title : Nova: Resurrection
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ISBN : 9781302905293
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 112 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Nova: Resurrection Reviews

  • Paul
    2018-09-01 14:58

    I absolutely flarkin' LOVED this book! It was funny, exciting, horrifying, touching, charming as heck, had great artwork (even the issue with a fill-in artist) and featured the return of one of my all-time favourite characters... It pretty much ticked all my boxes and I can't ask for much more than that!You'll have to excuse me now as I have to cut eyeholes in a bucket and pretend to fly around the house with it on my head...

  • James DeSantis
    2018-09-20 11:40

    Such a shame this series got canned because this is finally a really fucking great story with Sam! So Rich is back. Oh, who's Rich? He was the Nova before Sam took over. He had died a few years back. So now that he's returned he's trying to find his place. He's so confused with all the other Marvel heroes being so young, and different, that he feels misplaced. However, when he starts getting into the groove of things everything is seeming to settle. OR IS IT!? Of course not. Bad shit has to happen. So Sam and Rich team up to become the last duo Novas of the universe! Good: I LOVE the art in this. Just enough style, yet everything flows so smooth, and everyone looks great. I really love Jeff's writing here, so natural and easy, and Sam and Rich together will give you a few laughs. Then add in the fact the story is actually pretty touching (and a bit sad) but hopeful it hits all the right notes. The ending also leaves it open for some great stories. Bad: It got canned and that pisses me off. This is some of the most fun I've had all year reading comics. The pacing is wonderful, the fights are fun, but most of all the characters are truly kickass. I highly recommend this wonderful little series, for it feels complete, and well worth reading! The best Nova story I read so far! 4.5 out of 5.

  • Chris Lemmerman
    2018-08-20 06:39

    Read as single issues]It's been a long time coming, but after the final few issues of the previous Nova series, Richard Rider is back! But he's not well, and the Cancerverse isn't about to let him go that easily. Plus Sam Alexander isn't about to give up the mantle of Nova that easily - can the world handle two Novas?I have to give Jeff Loveness and Ramon Perez a hell of a lot of credit for this story. In seven issues, he manages to reintroduce Rich Rider to the world, tell a cohesive story that explains how and why Rich was able to return, as well as tie in Sam and his own problems, plus the Guardians of the Galaxy and a dollop of Nova action along the way. I've been a fan of both Novas for a long time, and this story really does them both justice. Such a shame that it didn't last as long as it could have.Co-writer Ramon Perez pencils most of this story, with some aid from Scott Hepburn in the final few issues. His loose pencils and Ian Herring's out of this world colour palette both ground the story in a very human setting and enhance the outer space/Cancerverse scenes beyond the usual.I hope both Novas don't get benched for too long - I also wish they'd gotten a Generations one-shot, since they're built for a story like that, as this volume shows. Considering how much the world seemed to want Rich Rider back, this story really flew under the radar, and that's a damn shame.

  • Adam Fisher
    2018-09-11 14:32

    Richard Rider returns! But what is that "evil" behind his eyes, turning his skin gray and dark? And just how did he escape the Cancerverse anyway?Throw in Sam dating someone new, Rich trying to reconnect and hook up with Gamora, and some of the answers to questions we've had since Annihilation, and you have an action packed Volume that puts Earth back under the protection of two Novas!Recommend, for Nova fans. Are we seeing the beginning of the return of the Nova Corps?

  • Bill Williams
    2018-09-12 10:56

    Richard Rider, the original Nova, comes back to Earth where he meets Sam Alexander, the new Nova. Rich has a quick fight and a bit of romance with Gamora before the details of his escape from the Cancerverse leak out. The two heroes return to set things right.This graphic novel reintroduces the original Nova to the modern marvel universe and not much else.

  • Dakota Morgan
    2018-08-29 07:56

    Caveat: I'm new to Nova as a superhero. Or intergalactic protector. Or whatever he would go by. So, I was happily entranced with the first half of Nova: Resurrection, where the character(s) of Nova are introduced as full human beings with real lives and interests, not just some stock character that's been bouncing around the Marvelverse for years.For a first time reader, this kind of thing is great! I knew Resurrection was kind of a standalone tale, but I was worried I'd be stepping into the deep end. Not so! There's even a touching issue that contrasts how a date goes between the young and old Nova. It's well-paced, deeply revealing, and contains very little intergalactic drama. I adored it.And then the second half of Nova: Resurrection kicks in, where old Nova gets stuck in the (oh boy) Cancerverse because he apparently did something awful there in a different Nova series entirely. It was all going so well! I was in the shallow end, having a great time! Then I was thrust into the weird deep end of Nova lore and barely found myself able to tread water. Ultimately, the Cancerverse thing is somewhat explained, but not satisfactorily, and the art goes from being beautiful and easy-to-follow to slapdash and gross. I mean, it is the Cancerverse, but the fight scenes for multiple issues consist of Nova blasting away at like, chunks of flesh. It's well-rendered, sure, but not cool. And as a first time reader, I kinda desire some coolness.

  • David L. Grant
    2018-08-29 13:49

    DissapointedThis book struggles to find its tone and it's audience. The writer for Sam has flipped quite a few times and the characteristics of his family physically and emotionally are constantly shifting. It's a fun short read, however, it's disappointing because it doesn't live up to the work and writing gone into the previous nova Richard Rider. Great book for kids as is the entire Sam Alexander series.

  • Brian
    2018-08-20 10:54

    Just a fun, great book!

  • Melissa
    2018-08-21 08:50

    Read as single issues

  • Riah
    2018-09-16 12:48

    This is a solo story for Nova, one of the young superheroes in the Champions, who I didn't realize was Latino until I read this. This story was cute and cohesive and I'm glad I read it.

  • Amanda [Novel Addiction]
    2018-09-17 10:32

    Mmmkay.

  • Daniel Butcher
    2018-09-15 09:36

    Okay story...in the end it really does feel like rearranging the universe so they could bring back an older more known Nova.I was shocked this was a short series that ended quickly.