NINO Selling Less Than DnA's Final Issue Of Nova
Well, it's official.
NINO is now selling less with its 25th issue than Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning's final issue of Nova with #36.
The numbers are in for December, and NINO has a paltry 21, 805 in sales.
DnA's Nova #36, published in April 2010, had 22,365 in sales.
Likewise, DnA's Nova #25, which came out May 2009, had 26,172 in sales.
Even though Marvel's Tom Brevoort and former editor Stephen Wacker tried to blame sales for the cancellation of DnA's Nova - in an obvious attempt to quiet the fans - we see it's absolute BS coming from them as NINO has less sales and still goes on.
If sales were indeed a factor, NINO would have been gone with issue #3, as ever since then it has sold less than DnA's Nova.
DnA's Nova also never received the attention from Marvel Editorial that Loeb's crappy version has received - and yet Loeb's crappy version still continues to fail.
Isn't it ironic that we would rather have Joe Quesda back as Marvel EIC than Axel Alonso, who royally screwed over Marvel Cosmic because of the Guardians of the Galaxy movie?
Bring back Richard Rider as Nova.
(numbers via ComicChron)