Nova the Storytelling Engine

Over at CBR’s blog Comics Should Be Good, John Seavey examines the status quo of Nova in his Storytelling Engine column. The write-up would probably be more impressive if he had spelled Rich Rider’s last name correctly.

Read the full blog post.

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Author: Corey Blake

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3 thoughts on “Nova the Storytelling Engine”

  1. Well, I feel sheepish…I could have sworn it was spelled with a “y”, even had the book out for reference, and somehow managed to totally miss that. I’ll have to correct it on my own blog.

  2. His last name WAS originally spelled with a “Y”, wasn’t it? I always thought that the spelling changed to “Rider” sometime later on.

    -Jeph!

  3. I think there might’ve been a typo in one of the early letter columns (and an eternity of typos followed). But the story in the first issue introduces him as Rich Rider with an ‘i’.

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