Myka and Pete go to Detroit after a seemingly invulnerable vigilante begins using extraordinary means to thwart criminals. Meanwhile, the rest of the team tries to get past recent events ... See full summary »

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Myka and Pete go to Detroit after a seemingly invulnerable vigilante begins using extraordinary means to thwart criminals. Meanwhile, the rest of the team tries to get past recent events while improving conditions at the warehouse. Written by Anonymous

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When the agents enter the Hairy Tarantula comics store, the song playing is "Superman" by R.E.M.. The song is one of the few covers in REM's catalog; it was originally written/performed by a Texas band called The Clique in 1969. See more »

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The zip code on the Univille post office is 37148. That is actually the zip code for Portland, TN. See more »

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Pete Lattimer: [Having just found bullets on the scene] Hey, Myks, check these out.
Myka Bering: Bullets.
Pete Lattimer: Yessiree, Bob. At least they used to be. The investigators didn't find these?
Officer Kessman: Investigators? With all the recent cutbacks, we're lucky we still have guns. Welcome to my world.
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References Adventures of Superman (1952) See more »

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Mildly entertaining
28 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Myka and Pete go to Detroit to investigate incidents of a vigilante nabbing criminals in bizarre ways. Come to find out an artifact has allowed a mild mannered and sincere young man to become a comic book super hero - the Iron Shadow. Pete, of course thinks this is great since he is a great fan of the hero and collects Iron Shadow comics; he gets quite a twitter over the whole idea of their investigating a super hero. I am reminded again that Pete and Tony DiNozo ought to meet as they would get along great together. Meanwhile, back at the warehouse ranch, Artie is visited by a MacPherson apparition and Leena is suffering from increasingly frequent and sudden stabbing headaches - severe enough that she calls Mrs. Frederic. This episode is pedestrian but still entertaining enough to enjoy watching.


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