This is not a comic book universe, fanboy. This is the real world. But my question was why Parkman, Bennet and Thompson (who all got huge blasts of radiation in "Company Man") aren't radiation poisoned.
And the female FBI agent, too (her name escapes me). She was exposed to it when interrogating Ted Sprague.
Okay, Peter Petrelli in the Season premiere. We find him in Ireland, with no memory and wearing necklace with The Symbol on it. He also has the power to generate electricity.
My theories: Peter just has amnesia. I don't like the theory that the Hatian erased his memory, because then we know that he can't get those back.
And he absorbed the electricity ability from the character in the two part "Blackout" graphic novels. Or maybe from his mother, like Ken theorized.
And Maya and Alejandro, a brother and sister who attempt to escape to America to try and reach Chandra Suresh (good luck). What we know is that Maya's ability kills everyone in a certain radius, and Alejandro's cancels it out.
I think that it's ultrasonic waves that destroy the organs in the body, causing the black liquid (seen in the episode and in the graphic novel "Maya y Alejandro"). And Alejandro absorbs those.
Kaito Nakamura and Angela Petrelli both receive death notices, presumably from one of their old "Justice League". At the end of the episode, Kaito is thrown off the edge of a building by the killer. Not including Charles Deveaux, Mr. Petrelli and Mr. Linderman, there are now 8 of the JL left.
It's natural to assume that the killer is the new villain that is now haunting Molly Walker's dreams. But I'm not so sure. We'll see.
And Ken reminded me that there will be an episode that explains what has happened in these past four months, so we will get our answers.
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This I'm not too sure about. The Company seems like they want Mohinder to see it in a good light, but we've already seen the way they go about things, they are dangerous.
Points taken...now, counter points.
It is not just amnesia, the Haitian HAS to have something to do with Peter's predicament, as evidenced by the necklace around his neck. The Haitian erased his memory and left him in the shipping container. Is the Haitian bad or good? We don't know yet, but my theory is that he's good and is actually going to help Peter in the long run.
The electricity, I still say his mom has this power and that's how he might have gotten it. This is probably wrong though, and I'll recant my theory if that time comes.
That character from the "Blackout" novels, how would Peter have come into contact with him? Mohinder sent him off to the middle of nowhere with no electricity around him. No one could have found him...unless...when Peter exploded he was near that shack, the electric man found him and nursed him back to health. I'm on the fence here because I'm stretching things a bit.
Maya's power...it seems kind of like the Black Plague, I could be wrong, I didn't head to the Wiki page for it to look up symptoms. And I agree that Alejandro cancels her power out. They are twins with powers that work together.
I'm 100% certain that the man haunting Molly is the same man that just knocked off Mr. Nakamura. So we agree on this issue as well.
My theory is that Kaito's killer is not the one from Molly's nightmares. I could mistaken, but Kaito's killer seemed to be feeling around, almost as if he was blind. Wouldn't fit with a villain with scary eyes.
Hasn't been mentioned yet, but [SPOILER - highlight to read]: one of the new characters to the show will be a woman working for the Company, who has the ability of electromagnetivity. I think this may be the source of Peter's new power.
My own personally theory on Maya and Alejandro is that Maya emits some sort of defensive "virus," infecting those within a certain radius and killing them, like a plague. Alejandro serves as an antidote of sorts.
Are you completely retarded or do you work at having inferior cognitive capabilities? You mean the same 'real world' where someone can obtain powers by splitting someone's head open, or the same 'real world' where a 15 year old girl can be completely flayed by a biochemical blast and heal instantaneously, or the 'real world' where people can stop time? Did you actually think you were being clever and making sense? You are quite dim and it would be a great justice to humanity if you would kill yourself. I'm being serious here. I don't advocate suicide, but in your case...
Wow I'm still in awe at how stupid what you said was. The audacity lol...
Any moderator with half a brain cell will see how his comment deserves nothing but a rebuttal from someone who knows how to debate. Not some douche bag who relies on insulting someone because they can't make a counter argument to prove their point.
Madvillain, Heroes is set in the real world, as if it were really happening. That is the aim of the show. Of course it's fictionalized, it's a TV show about people evolving to have super powers. But the premises of the show is that they are doing all this in the real world.
The rest of your comments are out of line, so consider yourself warned. Next time will be a week-long ban for you.
Ummm....wow. Not only are you a mean-spirited assh*le, but you actually suggested that I commit suicide. You're a monster, plain and simple. I know you already got warned, but I'm reporting this again, just to spite you. You are the epitome of a horrible person.
What I meant when I said what I said was that the story is set in the real world, i.e. no Astral Plane.
Way to overreact.
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