A young Brooklyn boy witnesses the brutal murder of his mother and grows up obsessed with finding her killer. Thus begins his life as a quiet, straight-A student by day and a self-appointed hero at night. But what is a real hero? And who decides what is right or wrong? As the boundaries blur, Sean's dual life wears on his psyche and his two worlds careen dangerously close to colliding. Like a graphic novel you can't put down, Boy Wonder challenges morality, distorting perceptions of what is right and what is justified, as it races to its shocking conclusion. Written by
Beware the Hero
Did You Know?
Who wrote that one?
Bach. Johann Sebastian Bach.
I think that's the best.
Well, I don't know if there's a best. Music is subjective, it's different for every one. When I hear Mozart, I feel... out of breath, dizzy, overwhelmed. When I hear Bach, it's more like a good movie. What about you, what do you feel when you hear Bach?
References Wonder Woman
Written by Abbie Sawyer
, Katherine Ruestow
(as Katharine Ruestow), Sarah Cram
, Eddie McKinley
, David Basinger
, Nathan Basinger
(as Nate Basinger), James Viner
(as Jim Viner), Douglas Roberson
(as Doug Robertson)
Performed by The Diplomats of Solid Sound
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