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.

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  • John Seavey  On November 21, 2007 at 8:19 am

    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.

  • Jeph!  On November 24, 2007 at 11:16 am

    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!

  • Corey  On November 24, 2007 at 12:00 pm

    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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