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Nova - Volume 6: Realm of Kings epub

by Andy Lanning,Kevin Sharpe,Andrea Di Vito,Dan Abnett


Nova - Volume 6: Realm of Kings epub

ISBN: 0785140670

ISBN13: 978-0785140672

Author: Andy Lanning,Kevin Sharpe,Andrea Di Vito,Dan Abnett

Category: Young Adult

Subcategory: Literature & Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Marvel (July 7, 2010)

Pages: 192 pages

ePUB book: 1705 kb

FB2 book: 1201 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 275

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Dan Abnett (Author), Andy Lanning (Author), Kevin Sharpe (Illustrator), Andrea Di Vito (Illustrator), Brandon Peterson (Illustrator) & 2 more. Book 6 of 6 in Nova (2007-2010) (Collections) (6 Book Series). Nova leaps into the Realm Of Kings and deals with The Fault, his new Corps, and fallout from the War Of Kings.

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How has the aftermath of the War of Kings affected the newly reborn. Nova, Volume 6: Realm Of Kings. Andrea Di Vito (Illustrations). How has the aftermath of the War of Kings affected the newly reborn and viciously battered Nova Corps? When the universe is changed, who is left to protect and serve the innocents?

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Book in the Nova 2007 Series). by Andy Lanning, Kevin Sharpe, Dan Abnett. The explosive ending to the War of Kings has ripped a hole in the very fabric of space and time - a hole known as The Fault, from which strange new allies and enemies stream into the path of the Human Rocket First, Nova collides with a bounty hunter from another dimension.

by Dan Abnett · Andy Lanning · Andrea DiVito. War of Kings brings a new era! Who is the new Protector of the Universe? Stripped of his Nova powers and facing death, Rich Rider must stop the Worldmind's plans before it's too late. But he needs power to do it, which may come from a source that will cha.

Dan Abnett has been writing comics and novels since the mid-1980s. In comics he has worked on the biggest UK titles at 2000 AD and for Marvel UK, before for the largest American comic book published like Marvel Comics and DC Comics

Dan Abnett has been writing comics and novels since the mid-1980s. In comics he has worked on the biggest UK titles at 2000 AD and for Marvel UK, before for the largest American comic book published like Marvel Comics and DC Comics. the Wildstorm imprint, Boom! Studios and Malibu Comics. He has also co-authored a number of titles and frequent collaborators include Andy Lanning and Ian Edginton.

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How has the aftermath of the War of Kings affected the newly reborn and viciously battered Nova Corps? When the universe is changed, who is left to protect and serve the innocents? Out of the devastation - and from Marvel's cosmic past - strides a mysterious new threat...and an unexpected ally! Then, torn between duty and friendship, the galaxy's #1 lawman hunts for the most wanted man in the universe: Darkhawk! Determined to bring an assassin to justice, Rich Rider will rocket into the universe's most dangerous new location: The Fault! Collects Nova #29-35.
Gotta say I was a little disappointed to the ending of this Nova series. I was a huge reader of it, but never finished it when it first came out, so I finally picked up the trade. This story connects directly into the confusing and often mish-moshed story of Realm of kings, it also leads directly into the Thanos imperative. Without knowing that, the ending just seems strange and in the middle of of the story. I still love the characters and wish they'd bring Richard Rider back, but only time will tell.
Awesome book! Nova is becoming on of my top five comic book heros!
DnA Nova is the best Nova. Richard Rider is a heroes hero.
The final issue to this Nova run ends on an abrupt note with the less than comforting tag “Nova will be back!”  This tie-in with Realm of Kings sidesteps most of those major characters (Kree, Inhuman, and Shi’ar) in favor of focusing on Darkhawk (it was a Darkhawk that slew Majestrix Lilandra, but not this hero from earth).  Nova and Darkhawk figure out that Darkhawk isn’t the only Darkhawk in operation but the story doesn’t take this anyplace.  It’s a loose line left to dangle in the water.  What does get tidied up is the introduction of the Sphinx, a god-like cosmic time and reality altering character, who plays with Nova and Darkhawk but whose primary use in this story I think is to bring back Nova’s former dead lover, Namorita.  DNA continued to write the book, but it feels like they were gasping for a little air or high on rocket fuel fumes.  It just didn’t have the same density or heart that the beginning of the series had so perhaps it was time for the rocket to sputter out?  They do continue to play with marginal and oft forgotten characters, which is one of their things, but here that’s all it felt like what they were doing: playing.  The art is big and bold with clean and clear lines.  I liked it, it was refreshing and not overly detailed but felt like it was like a more close-up camera image.  So it’s the end for now.  Blue blazes!
Nova leaps into the Realm Of Kings and deals with The Fault, his new Corps, and fallout from the War Of Kings. The book introduces a couple of new characters that add to the small cast. Even thought Nova has always been part of something larger, I've liked stories where he is alone with only Worldmind to help him. DnA do a really great job with the cosmic elements of the Marvel Universe and it continues here. The script is very good. The artwork by a few different artists is spectacular. Overall, a treat to read!
After many stories in which Abnett and Lanning updated the corny 1970s cosmic Marvel characters for a new generation (Nova, Vol. 1: Annihilation - Conquest,Nova Vol. 5: War of Kings, etc.), it's understandable that the pair decided to take a bit of a break and write some corny 1970s cosmic Marvel stories of their own. This volume is not to my general liking, but there should be a lot of nostalgia for readers who like characters with names like Starstalker who impress all of the other characters with their cutting edge nanotechnology, or high-level villains like the Sphinx who have huge plans and lots of Silver Age announcements of their intentions. These stories do have a lot of heart - Nova enlists a wise drill sergeant so his newest team members will be equipped for their jobs, then he strengthens his longtime friendship with Darkhawk, then he has an emotional reunion with a version of Namorita who has been plucked out of the timestream from some point before her tragic death (and the reunion includes the best use of the "Blue blazes!" catchphrase ever). Readers will like this collection if they like old cosmic stories or epic tales with noble heroes fighting obviously nasty baddies. I prefer the cosmic Marvel of the last few years, though, with gritty war drama and political intrigue and complex character motivations, and this volume is a step in a direction where I would prefer that the story not go. A well-executed step for what it is, but a step nonetheless.
Are you kidding me with these $%^&*%^ prices???