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Outhouser Habitual started this discussion in our forums over the inferred lack of original Nova Richard Rider in the Guardians of the Galaxy movie, and the forum sparks started flying!
AICN has the article below on Glenn Close's character listed as Nova Prime:
Marvel has finally announced that Glenn Close will be Nova Prime in GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY. We previously had heard that she was a “leader in Nova Corps” but now we know that officially she is THE leader of Nova Corps as Nova-Prime
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