Guardians of the Galaxy #17 Guardians of the Galaxy #17 - Written by Al Ewing. Art by Juan Frigeri. Cover by Brett Booth. Marvel Games Variant Cover by Peach Netease. Hidden Gem Variant Cover by Frank Brunner.


The Guardians are scattered to save five different planets - but it's already too late for Chitauri Prime.

Why those five? What are the true plans of the mysterious enemy targeting our universe? Only DOCTOR DOOM knows...

...but with the entire Chitauri species out for his blood, he might not survive to stop them!

Rated T+ - 32 pgs./$3.99 - On Sale August 18th

Champions #9 Champions #9 - Written by Danny Lore. Art by Luciano Vecchio. Cover by Toni Infante.

The Champions' commitment to destroying Roxxon from within faces its ultimate test, as Kamala is asked to speak for the company in front of a global audience.

How far will Ms. Marvel go to destroy the corporation that almost ruined her life?

And what will it cost the rest of the Champions?

Rated T+ - 32 pgs./$3.99 - On Sale September 8th

Guardians of the Galaxy #18 Guardians of the Galaxy #18 - Written by Al Ewing. Art by Juan Frigeri. Cover by Brett Booth. Variant Cover by David Baldeon. Miles Morales: Spider-Man 10th Anniversary Variant Cover by TBA.


The Guardians and their allies are being overrun on all fronts by the Mindless Armies of Dormammu. There's only one hope for the galaxy as we know it.

ROCKET RACCOON has a plan. All he needs to know is Dormammu's weak spot.

Dormammu doesn't have a weak spot.


Rated T+ - 32 pgs./$3.99 - On Sale September 22nd

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The song "Algorithms" used in the podcast is by Chad Crouch.
His site and the license can be reached through Free Music Archive.

Deleted Scenes:

For some extra content, make sure to check out deleted scenes from the podcast's interviews!

Fabian Nicieza on MCU Nova:
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Nova Knights of the Round Table Episode 13 Outtakes:

Meet The Team!

Producer and Host -

Doug Smith:

Doug created and runs the Nova Prime Page website and its ancillaries (The Fan Called Nova64 blog, the Rocket Boosters fanzine and the Xandar Radio podcast).

He also wrote two articles on Nova for Back Issue magazine published by TwoMorrows Publishing.

Doug lives in the American Midwest with his wife Sheila. He is a huge fan of the Kansas City Chiefs and may also have been Jack the Ripper.

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Don Lund:

Don was hatched in Maryland before happily nestling into the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and raising a family. Hitched for over three joyous decades, he is a father of two grown up sons.

He is formerly a lot of things; a Marine, a newspaper editor, a sports broadcaster, a comic shop owner, and fanzine writer. Over fifty-years of reading comics may come in handy at some point!

Corey Blake:

Corey Blake does things on the Internet, and sometimes even in real life. Often these things are about comic books.

He was part of the Eisner Award-nominated and Harvey Award-winning team at the blog Robot 6, which has resurfaced as Smash Pages. He helped produce the award-winning documentary Dig Comics, and contributes to the podcast Part-Time Fanboy, and has been a guest on Unpacking the Power of Power Pack.

Since 2000, he has not-so-secretly run the New Warriors Continuity Conundrum and tweets as @NewWarriorsTalk.

He has also acted in comedy sketches, short films and internet videos you've never seen.

Super Adventures Radio Serial!

The Xandar Radio podcast features a segment called Super Adventures. It is a radio serial done in the episodic format made popular during the golden age of radio.

In homage to Marv Wolfman's original fanzine which gave us the Star/Black Nova (the prototype for Nova) along with trying to express the project's fan-made nature, I decided to name the serial Super Adventures!

Below is the "lobby card" promotional piece. It is used to promote the serial in general. Each new storyline in the program will have a separate promotional card.

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