In just a few hours, a television phenomenom of its time will return in a 13-episode limited series form, and I will be only one of the many who have been waiting for it with bated breath. Heroes Reborn returns at 8:00pm for a 2-hour premiere, more than 5 years after Heroes ended. What will it be like? We will know soon.
Check out one of the scenes in the clip provided between Noah Bennet (Jack Coleman) and Quentin Frady (Henry Zebrowski), who was one of the stars of Heroes Reborn: Dark Matters, the prequel web series.
Check out here below the sneak peek, plus the digital exclusive that includes an interview with Dr. Mohinder Suresh.
Mighty Avengers #5
Woo, it’s finally out. And I’d say it was worth the wait. Frank Cho draws a tremendous beat down between femme-Ultron and the Sentry, while the rest of the team works on a plan to stop her, and she works to launch the United States nuclear weapons. Brian Michael Bendis does a great job with the characters in this issue. Ares in particular gets his issue to shine. I also think the Bendis reached a good amount of the thought bubbles, as I’ve found them too numerous to the point of distraction in previous issues, but he made good use of them here. I only hope that issue 6 doesn’t take as long to come out. But I’m not holding my breath. —4 out of 5
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Mighty Avengers #5
Marvel Comics Presents #2
Scalped Vol. 1: Indian Country
Woo, again, as the storyline makes some forward progress. Flycatcher begins to create his new kingdom in the heart, and proves that he can be a tough ruler as he banishes Bluebeard and Shere Khan, which is all part of his plan. This puts into motion a bigger plan to attract the attention of the Adversary, and what do you know, there should be a good showdown next issue. I’ve complained a bit recently that the story has taken it’s time to get to some action, and it looks like my request has been answered. This is another great issue in a continually great series. —5 out of 5