In the fallout of Civil War II, there's a lot of tension in the Marvel Universe, especially between the older generation of heroes and their successors. Marvel's upcoming Divided We Stand branding is set to bring a lot of strife to the hero community, between the likes of The Avengers and The Champions, Captain Marvel and Ms. Marvel, The Infamous Iron Man and Ironheart and more.
However, that doesn't seem to be the case in December's Nova #1 by Jeff Loveness and Ramón Pérez, which sees Sam Alexander teaming up with his recently resurrected predecessor Richard Rider to learn from each other and become better heroes in the process.
Undoubtedly the Marvel Comics stories that brought the Guardians of the Galaxy back to the forefront of fans' minds -- and shaped the versions of the characters that appear in the movie that opens next week -- were Annihilation and Annihilation: Conquest.
Those series were also a bit of a revival for another character, Nova. And in a recent interview with ScreenCrush, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige said some early drafts of the Guardians of the Galaxy script included the Richard Rider version of Nova.
Danny Rand picked up the mantle of an iron fist-endowed Daredevil as part of a temporary fill-in gig for a jailed Matt Murdock once upon a time. Even Spider-Man's switched up costumes with the protector of Hell's Kitchen from time to time...
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