@Grey56: Listen, sir. You don't know me, so don't condescend on me, fool. Is it wrong for me to be intrigued by this new comic that Marvel puts out, no matter who's writing, or who calls himself NOVA?
I could not care less. Take that stuff elsewhere bro.
If that had been the case, my good sir - you wouldn't have bothered to get bothered and reply as such. You are correct though - I don't know you. However, in order to clarify the state of the matter; I don't have to know you in order to tell you why your opinion is lacking in appropriate material to be objective enough to comment about how substantively this book and its contents don't measure up to what they're predicated upon.
In answer to your rhetorical question - no it isn't 'wrong' by any legal or ethical standard for something shiny to pique your interest. I myself will pick up the first issue in the hope that it presents something of an homage to material which allowed for this to be sent to production by Marvel under the guise that it would turn a profit from folks who - you know - are like me and remember past 2 years ago in the industry. It doesn't exclude you from critique on an open forum. If you want to opine openly about bad subject material and then not have a ghost to question your authority - I suggest a mirror. Or elsewhere. Bra.