Monday, December 20, 2010
Series We Loved : Heroes
The first season, known as "Genesis", begins as a seemingly ordinary group of people gradually becomes aware that they have special abilities. Events illustrate their reactions to these powers, and how the discovery affects their personal and professional lives. At the same time, several ordinary individuals are investigating the origins and extent of these abilities. Mohinder continues his late father's research into the biological source of the change, while Noah represents a secret organization known only as "The Company". While coping with these new abilities, each of the characters is drawn, willingly or unwillingly, into the Company's conspiracy to control superpowered people and into a race to stop an explosion from destroying New York City. .....continue reading
Why we loved it?
It wasn't much of an wow plot for all seasons, the usual kill the bad guy - don't let humans learn about our existence, but it was so well presented starting with following the the stories of the characters and then somewhere connect to each other. I loved how at the end of each season we had all the characters working together to beat the bad guy. Though most of the times the bad guy was Syler...and well he is not dying easily. The show had a bit of everything, and such a big variety of characters that everyone could pick someone to love. They also didn't afraid to kill some of them and make fans go crazy about it. The actors were all really talented and fit so well in it. Most people know them for those roles.
It's really sad it ended. I know it was running for 4 full seasons but they didn't even give it a proper ending. They made you though it will go on and then nothing. They even cancelled the movie which supposed to end the things.
Heroes is also available in graphic novels and some web episodes.
"Save the cheerleader, save the world!" XD
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