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After a terrorist attack in Odessa, Texas, left the city decimated and lives in shambles, those with extraordinary abilities are in hiding after being blamed for the catastrophic event. Elsewhere, some are discovering their newfound skills. For better or for worse, some are fated to cross paths with assorted heroes of the past and together their ultimate destiny is nothing less than saving the world and mankind.

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When Noah Bennet and Quentin Frady are searching for information, Noah pulls out books to open a secret door. The titles of the book are references to different characters. "Haitian Voodo" is a reference to The Haitian, "The Invisible Man" is a reference toClaude Rains and Peter Petrelli, "Finding Yourself" is a reference to Molly Walker, and "Pennies from Heaven" is a reference to Casper Abraham. See more »

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When Carlos Gutierrez is reading the newspaper (around 17 minutes) he folds it in half but in the next shot it is open again. See more »

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Miko Otomo: Do not touch my sword.
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Reborn and re-energized
15 June 2017 | by See all my reviews

Although the 4th season of "Heroes" ended with a setup for a 5th season which never came because the show was cancelled, I think most viewers would agree that by that point it had pretty much run its course. "Heroes Reborn", which came out five years later, may not have been what series creator Tim Kring initially had in mind, but it might be exactly what was needed; a reboot with new characters, new story lines, new questions, but enough of the old "Heroes" feel (and some returning cast members) to keep the connection going. Obviously it's too early to call this a success (or failure) yet, but it is certainly an intriguing start. "Heroes" has always been at its best when you don't know what's going on, and you get a lot of that disorienting feeling in these first two episodes (which are paired together as one feature-length episode on the DVD). Though I can't help but notice that most of the new powers are variations on powers we have already seen. *** out of 4.


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