If James Gunn's latest tweet is anything to go by, it could be so.
Gunn tweeted out the following pic of an old VCR where we see the brand happens to be Quasar.
For some reason I'm just remembering now that as a kid my family's VCR had wood paneling. pic.twitter.com/Qdb8oH9mfA— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) June 12, 2017
As I saw the tweet, admittely I did see red flags as Wendell Vaughn was replaced in the comics at one time by the PC space alien lesbian character named Phyla-Vell, who took Quasar's quantum-bands and name, which really ticked off the Marvel Cosmic fan base.
I was actually one of a few people behind the "Bring Back Wendell Vaughn As Quasar" campaign, which led to the development of this site, which led to the Guardians of the Galaxy comic book being successful, which led to the Guardians of the Galaxy movie getting green lit.
We as fans petitioned Marvel Comics and event sent them the famous Quasar cake. Marvel Comics editor Bill Rosemann took a liking to us and brought Wendell Vaughn back as Quasar in the pages of Guardians of the Galaxy and Nova.
I'm hoping James Gunn isn't going to sell us all out and go with the fake Phyla version of Quasar.
I do know Gunn gives Richard Rider Nova fans a hard time and also that he cut Richard Rider Nova from the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie. For some odd reason, Gunn also has something against using Earth characters in space other than Star-Lord. Coupled with his use of female characters in Guardians of the Galaxy 2, I can't help but think Gunn may send us all down the river and use Phyla. She's not human and she's an alien, so she fits Gunn's bill of whatever he's going with in the Marvel Cosmic Universe.
Hopefully I'm wrong, and since Guardians of the Galaxy 3 will feature the last iteration of the current team, maybe Gunn is bringing in more Terrans.
In the DnA comics, Wendell Vaughn Quasar was paired with Richard Rider Nova a lot, and they made a great team. Seeing it on the big screen would be pretty epic.
I suggest to James Gunn, to read Mark Gruenwald's Quasar issues #1-25 (or even the entire run), or at the least the "Cosmos In Collision" issues, #19-25.
If you are not familiar with Quasar, head on over to the QuantumZone.org fan site.