I'm a well read grad student who's bluntly honest about all things, although I try to be most honest about myself.
I guess it didn't really matter in the end, though, because everything was explained here, as much as it had to be anyway. I didn't feel all that lost, and I really enjoyed this story, which was ab out not only Nova but Ms. Marvel and Spider-Man and the Mole Man. I only felt slightly stupid for not realizing that I had issue two and reading that first. (I blame the iPhone app which is harder to navigate in some ways than Comixology on the laptop.)
It was actually funnier, and more poignant, and more exciting than I'd imagined. I somehow forget how creepy the Mole Man could be, although his name should be a giveaway. The way that his subjects follow him and his commands without questions makes him even creepier, though.
So, apparently V is going to appear in some Novas. Yay!
Not only can I deal with this, I love the thought. The only thing that makes Nova better is apparently V.
Love the writer, love the artist, and I'm looking forward to more of this, most likely via MU.