One thing especially, I would unequivocally recommend this to a young audience. It handles things seriously but not solemnly never talks down to its audience and Sam is the kind of character kids can aspire to be like, and that's becoming a rarity these days. Read Full Review
The latest Civil War II tie-in from Nova gives us a reallyimportant story to his character and a very interesting take on how youngerheroes fit into this crossover event. These kids are supposed to be equalmembers of the Avengers and yet some of them (mostly Nova) are being left outof one of the biggest issues in their universe. In addition, the art isincredibly impressive and really makes this book something special. Read Full Review
The artwork is glorious, with smooth linework and incredible detail – even in the surroundings and backgrounds when you'd least expect it. The colours are toned down at the same rate as Nova's determination and spirit, and it sets a solemn tone for the proceeding comics. Read Full Review
Marvel has made it clear that the youth members of the Avengers will be affected in the building conflict of Civil War in a large way. This is one of the side stories that really starts to show how. Nova more so then Ms. Marvel and Spider-man has been very unsure as to how he looks to the senior members and this means he is unsure whose side to take. There is also a cynical view of the senior members priorities. Add in a fun cameo and you have an interesting read.