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Nova - Volume 1: Origin (Marvel Now) [Anglais] [Relié]

Jeph Loeb , Ed McGuinness
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24 septembre 2013
The new Human Rocket roars into action! Sam Alexander is a kid bound by the gravity of a small town - and a father whose ridiculous, drunken fairy tales about a "Nova Corps" were just another heavy burden. But lucky for Sam, gravity soon won't even matter - and those troubles will be a billion miles away. It's a boy, a helmet and an intergalactic legacy! As Sam trains with the Guardians of Galaxy's Gamora and Rocket Raccoon, the helmet leads Nova into intergalactic conflict that will affect the entire Marvel Universe! Mysteries are revealed in this breathtaking new series by the bestselling, award-winning team of Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness (Hulk, Avengers: X-Sanction)!

COLLECTING: Nova 1-5, Point One 1 (Nova story), Marvel Now! Point One 1 (Nova story)

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Biographie de l'auteur

Jeph Loeb is an Emmy Award-nominated and Eisner Award-winning writer/producer. In television, his many credits include Heroes, Lost and Smallville; and in film, Teen Wolf and Commando. Jeph has written nearly every major comics icon including the Avengers, Hulk, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Wolverine, Batman and Superman.

Artist Ed McGuinness came to prominence with his work on Harris Comics' Vampirella and Marvel's Deadpool. At Awesome, McGuinness participated in a Fighting American revamp with writer Jeph Loeb, who would become a longtime collaborator. A short run on Wildstorm's Mr. Majestic led to a longer one on DC Comics' Superman and the launch of Superman/Batman with Loeb. Back at Marvel, McGuinness reunited with Loeb for Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America, Hulk and Avengers: X-Sanction.

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  • Relié: 160 pages
  • Editeur : Marvel (24 septembre 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0785168389
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785168386
  • Dimensions du produit: 26,4 x 17,5 x 1,3 cm
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Rocket man 2 décembre 2013
Par Leo Swampy TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS
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Dans les années 70, Marvel a créé une multitude de héros qui ont été oubliés un bon moment par la suite, tels Iron Fist, Luke Cage, Killraven, Son Of Satan, Starlord, Adam Warlock ou... Nova.
Richard Rider était un ado comme les autres lorsque le centurion Nova Prime le choisit à sa mort, dans les étoiles, pour lui léguer ses pouvoirs. A partir de là, il devint Nova, l'homme fusée, et se frotta au gratin des super-héros et se fit une bande d'alliés et d'ennemis tel le puissant Sphinx, personnage piégé dans une boucle temporelle et revenant à la charge tout au long de la carrière du jeune justicier.
Oublié pendant les 80s, ressortant de l'ombre dans la série New Warriors, entre autres, Nova atteint la plénitude lors du crossover Annihilation, où le Nova Corps entier fut réduit à néant et où la vie de Richard Rider prit un tour plus tragique. Devenu un héros intergalactique, adulte, il combattit encore et perdit la vie au côté de Starlord durant le très bon Thanos Imperative...
Peu après, dans la ville de Carefree, en Arizona, Sam Alexander, un ado menant une vie qu'il juge trop morne aux côtés de ses parents et de sa soeur, va apprendre l'existence du Nova Corp. Ou plutôt, il va finir par croire en celui-ci, car Jesse, son père, agent d'entretien dans son lycée et alcoolique plus ou moins notoire lui raconte depuis son plus jeune âge ses aventures galactiques aux côtés d'autres agents de la planète artificielle Xandar ...
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Super Nova 25 novembre 2013
Par Sam Quixote - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Wow.

I never thought I’d say this, but:

I really enjoyed this comic written by Jeph Loeb.

Really!

Sam Alexander is a high school kid in a dead-end American Mid-West town called Carefree. His drunk dad is the janitor of his school and is often so wasted Sam has to stay behind after the school day is done and do his dad’s job for him before helping to walk him home to pass out in his shed. But in his more conscious moments, Sam’s father tells him and his little sister fantastic cosmic stories of a time when he was part of an intergalactic superhero group called the Nova Corps, stories Sam believes are just drunken delusions or stories for little kids. Then one day his dad disappears and a talking raccoon with a gun and a green lady with a sword show up. Sam’s about to realise his dad wasn’t telling stories, the Nova Corps are real, and he’s about to become the latest – and greatest – of all the Novas! The fight for the universe and the search for his dad begins!

There isn’t much to say about Nova because it’s not a layered story, it’s not overly complex, it’s straightforward and simply a cool story. That said, stories that are just cool aren’t necessarily bad and Nova works just fine for what it is, which is a pretty straightforward superhero origin story.

It’s the setup though that really gets me – the dad telling stories of his past life as an intergalactic superhero, a time now long past leaving him with all the memories of the wider world out there and the disappointment that he’d never see it again. That’s a great angle, then factor in his son, the protagonist, and his journey of discovery, and it’s a really sweet, surprisingly really well put-together story.

I should say that I’ve never read a Nova book before – I have no idea who Nova is, who the Nova Corps are, so my reaction to this book is purely visceral, it’s not at all based on comparisons to what’s gone before, though I understand some long-time readers of the series dislike the direction Loeb’s taken it. From my standpoint as a reader completely new to the character, I found it fresh and enjoyable with Sam reacting like a teenager would to the crazy new things happening in comparison to his previously dull, go-nowhere life.

Which isn’t to say it’s not without its flaws – I’m still not entirely sure why Sam’s dad gave up being a Nova, especially as it was killing him not to be one. Was his wife that much of a bitch that she’d rather see her husband destroy himself than be a hero? Or maybe it was because he wanted to be with his kids or something, right? Or the Nova Corps went bad…? I never quite got this point in the story. And I’m not really sure what Nova’s powers are. At first he’s like a cosmic Rocketeer and then he can shoot beams from his hands like Iron Man’s repulsor blasts? And it’s all the helmet, right? Uh…ok.

I really liked the cameos from Rocket Raccoon and Gamora from Guardians of the Galaxy, and Uatu the Watcher too (though Ed McGuinness makes him look a bit too Grey Alien-y around the eyes), as they introduce Sam to this strange new world he finds himself in. They’re fun, familiar characters and the trigger-happy, salty Rocket has some great moments with Sam as his new instructor.

The book’s appearance looks very cinematic, not least because it features the Chitauri and their giant whale ships from The Avengers movie . Ed McGuinness’s art is as polished and sleek as you’d expect and is wonderfully suited to the sparkling beauty of the cosmos where most of the book is set. McGuinness’ art on Earth isn’t bad but where he really shines is when the action takes off into outer space as Nova battles his dad’s old “buddies” and strafes enemy ships.

Nova is a really solid book, with some fun storytelling, wonderful art, and a likeable protagonist. I honestly picked this up thinking I’d be putting it back down after the first issue or two but read it straight through and kept turning back to the cover to see the writer’s credit: Jeph Loeb. Well, I’ll be! This is gonna sound weird but… good job, Mr Loeb? (goes out to see if the world has ended)
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good, But Not Great Introduction To The New Nova 23 décembre 2013
Par John Barringer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
This was my first Nova book ever and it was actually pretty good. Not the greatest thing ever, doesn't "push the medium," and the story is very familar to anyone who has read a Marvel origin story before but it's fun, intriguing and some of the best Ed McGuinness art to date (the book is beautiful).
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 I loved this book 18 octobre 2013
Par Steven Green - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
I am a long time Richard Rider fan. I grew up reading him in the New Warriors and I have read/own almost every issue of all 4 of his solo series. I was sad when I heard that the new Nova book wouldn't be about Rich but that all changed when I picked up this hardcover. While the story idea isn't that original, I love the execution. I really came to care about sam. So much so that I have started to follow the series on a monthly basis. Sam has a ton of potential. I can't wait to see where the story goes. I hope one day we will even get to read a team up with sam and rich. BUY THIS BOOK!!!!!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 30 juin 2014
Par dibbynurse - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
My nephew loved it.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing beginning 13 mai 2014
Par C. Harbison - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I bought this as a fan of the original Nova. I expected it to be OK. But this sucks you in immediately. It is a great story with a highly like-able character. This would be a great intro for a new young comic reader. The story is a great at drawing you in and the inclusion of Gamora and Rocket is great too. Highly recommended.
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