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Infinity Countdown: Champions #2 cover by Clayton Crain

Infinity Countdown: Champions #2 Review – Young Heroes in a Deadly Universe

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Warbringer and his Chitauri army is aiming to kill their own people on Chitauri Prime. Thanos has taken control of the planet, and Warbringer would rather see his people dead than enslaved by Thanos. The Champions are fighting to save the Chitauri people while Thanos watches in amusement. Can the Champions rescue this […]

Infinity Countdown: Champions #1 cover by Clayton Crain

Infinity Countdown: Champions #1 Review – Earnest and Dedicated Heroes

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Nova Sam Alexander receives a distress signal from a Nova Corps outpost in the far reaches of space Warbringer, a Chitauri with immense strength and rage, has laid waste to the outpost Sam is ready to face the monster alone, but he contacts the Champions just in case They insist on helping Sam in[...]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #1 cover by David Nakayama

Ant-Man and the Wasp #1 Review: A Great Start to the Miniseries

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Ant-Man is back at the base of the Nova Corps after the battle against the Chitauri and the Talons He contacts Earth to request the Unstoppable Wasp, aka Nadia Pym, to bring him back home She has a plan that involves using subatomic waves and the Nova’s communication device, but this goes awry, leaving[...]

Infinity Countdown #4 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell

Infinity Countdown #4 Review: A Low Point in an Unexciting Series

The Guardians of the Galaxy and the Nova Corps reconnoiter on Knowhere The Nova want to look after the Power Stone, but Gamora is reluctant to allow them to have it Richard Rider is eager to look for his brother, who is in the hands of the Talon Brotherhood Star-Lord receives some unexpected visitors.[caption id="attachment_861567"[...]

Infinity Countdown #2 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell

Infinity Countdown #2 Review: Fun, Pretty, but Not Substantial

There are a few close-ups on the Nova Corps helmet which especially caught my eye with their detail Mike Hawthorne, along with inker Terry Pallot take over for the Warlock sequence; it looks decent, even if Adam’s face looks quite odd and it’s hard to discern what’s going on with the Surfer from a visual[...]


Infinity Countdown Prime

Infinity Countdown Prime Review: Awful Dialogue, Baffling Decisions, and Inorganic Plotting

There are those like the Nova Corps and the Guardians of the Galaxy simply trying to keep them hidden away There are others, like Thanos, who intend to regain each one.[caption id="attachment_798857" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown Prime cover by Mike Deodato Jr and Frank Martin[/caption]“Yer new to these parts, but you should know-- I’m the[...]

Guardians of the Galaxy #150 cover by Alex Ross

Guardians of the Galaxy #150 Review: A Satisfying (Possible) Ending for the Series

He is seeing possible futures, and they all look very grim.Back in our galaxy, the Nova traitors make themselves known, and it’s the few “loyal” Nova Corps members, comedian Scott Adsit, legendary Nova Rich Rider, and the Guardians against the full might of the Talon Cult of the Shi’ar Empire.[caption id="attachment_770530" align="aligncenter" width="575"] Guardians of[...]

Guardians of the Galaxy #149 cover by Aaron Kuder and Jordie Bellaire

Guardians of the Galaxy #149 Review: Rocket Raccoon, the Champion of Justice

Many of Groot’s kin are attacking the station, and it’s up to the Guardians of the Galaxy to beat back the thought-to-be-extinct species.Back at Nova Corps HQ, Rocket Raccoon helps 30 Rock star and current Nova Commander Scott Adsit weed out the Talon-loyal traitors to the Corps His methods are a little more unconventional than[...]

Guardians of the Galaxy #148 cover by Aaron Kuder and Ive Svorcina

Guardians of the Galaxy #148 Review: Drax on the Sax

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]The Guardians of the Galaxy continue to have their hands full with the Nova Corps situation Star-Lord and Nova Richard Rider are standing before a massive Infinity Stone, shown to them by Nova Corpsman Eve Bakian It is the Power Stone, and it seems to be the real deal by all evidence.Meanwhile, Rocket Raccoon[...]

Guardians of the Galaxy #147 cover by Aaron Kuder and Ive Svorcina

Guardians of the Galaxy #147 Review: Star-Lord And Nova Reunite

After catching up, the two go to investigate the Nova outpost which has been off the radar for some time.[caption id="attachment_747026" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Guardians of the Galaxy #147 cover by Aaron Kuder and Ive Svorcina[/caption]Guardians of the Galaxy puts forth a robust read this issue, managing to wrap up the Gamora and Ant-Man plot nicely[...]

Marvel Legacy Guardians Of The Galaxy #146 Review: Unexciting, But Promising

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]The Talons have infiltrated the fledgling new incarnation of the Nova Corps, and the Guardians of the Galaxy have been contracted to hunt down the moles.The team splits up to work several angles on the mystery While Star-Lord learns some startling information, Gamora and Ant-Man respond to an SOS In doing so, they find[...]

Get A Look At What The MCU Nova Corps Could Have Looked Like In New

The Nova Corps in the MCU more or less look like what you'd expect movie versions of the Nova Corps to look like Not quite as bold as the comic books counterparts, but certainly drawing from the same well You know, like just about every on-screen superhero costume.Well, they could have ended up looking totally different[...]


Nova Corps Set For Guardians Of The Galaxy Movie

Here it is now, in fact.I don't really know what those things are, not from personal experience, but some people told me they were possibly the Nova Corps, and described these as being Marvel's space cops, comparing them to DC's Green Lanterns.Now Harry Knowles has done more or less the same thing, but the important[...]