So despite having the full Nova Force at his disposal, Richard was only able to use a portion at any given time right? So if that's the case, then at what percentage did Nova seem to operate at most times?
Look, I recently got into Fables. The characters and everything are great and I plan to go from issue 1 all the way to the present. The problem is that the present is well over 100 issues. That's a $200 investment right there. Even more since I plan on getting Fairest. Can you guys help me minimize the cost? Like tell me which story arcs actually advance the story? Like is The Ballad of Rodney and June really important? Bag o' Bones? Burning questions and Jiminy Christmas? Please help.
The end of AoU occurred at Avengers 12.1. So it couldn't be a reboot because then we'd only restart at that point in time. The changes are more subtle than the New 52. In fact, All-New X-Men may only be taking place because of the fractured state of the timeline. While the event was forgettable, the fact that the ramifications affect not just the future of Marvel but the past and present as well is interesting.
God. It's not my pull list at this point, it's the back issues I still want to read. NEXTWAVE, Secret Avengers, Fables, Y: The Last Man, Winter Soldier, Secret Warriors, Green Lantern, American Vampire, Astro CIty, DC: The New Frontier, Atomic Robo, Starman, and Suicide Squad.
The Black-Domed Nova's are separate from the Gold-Domes. Maybe the Goldies aren't even aware of the Black-Domes existence? Maybe the Black-Domes get their power from a different source than the World-Mind?