(@Mark / Heroes Writer) I'm glad you are proud of your work on Heroes. It's totally original and seamless, or as Tim Kring says in the interview "Weâ€™ll take an idea from the guy who gets our coffee, you know?" I see major plot-holes. So we agree to disagree.
i think its lost its track, there is no point in insulting or being aggresive, Tim Kring should just finish this up, take his holidays and then return with a good tv show...doesnt have to be related to heroes but it could.
Ah! There is still juice in the super heroes stuff...but not with these characters:
Sylar whoÂ´s character cant be read and one cant feel him real, same goes to the cheerleader, hiro, suresh and all except Peter.
The viewer somehow expects the classic lame ending of "all this was a dream" with the way the story is developing. Characters went in a loop and the only one to be saved, the only one who actually "evolves" from episode to episode is Peter.
This boy, Peter, is the only one who got better with time...and it wasnt that his acting was bad in the first place, just the story pictured him as an overpowered hero with zero will to use them and now is the only one that feels real.
BTW, i kinda get the feeling that the heroes world isnt real anymore as characters seem to be all alone, no interaction with other actors unless they are "different".
(I was referring to a different comment you made above.) And, really, Tracy vanished from the plot entirely. She went from an important character to disappearing, only to randomly reappear on the show to save HRG and Claire and vanish again. To someone who wasn't reading the graphic novels, it all would seem quite odd.
@Mark: The graphic novel in question was showing the inevitability of events that were altered by time travel. New York was going to be destroyed by someone with powers once, but this was averted only to nearly happen again a few years later. Nathan telling the world about specials was stopped by Future Peter, but his daughter told the world about specials a few years later. And I assume the dream of people dying in New York was the vision Angela saw before Hiro changed the past and subtly altered Sylar's timeline.
@Derek No, I agree that some of his points are fair, but what I don't like is the fact he only focuses on the negatives. He never looks beyond the plot or characters either.
For the graphic novel, it still isn't required. It just explains where Tracy has been. The showed in the Art of Deception that Lauren called Tracy, so in the GNs they were just more depth about her. Nothing was required for watching the show.
@Mark: A TV show should NOT require it's viewers to read a graphic novel on the side. While Season 1 also featured tie ins with the online graphic novel, it was never REQUIRED of the viewer to read them to understand what was going on. They simply further explained characters and stories the show only glazed over.
However, you are right about Hiro's dream. It was a dream, and the healing was a metaphor. But, in spite of a few unfair points M.L. House has made about the show this season, a LOT of his points are true. And his overall view of the show is very much justified. I just wish he'd do his research a bit more before trying to back them up.
You see, it's immature people like you who are bringing the standards of writing down. As I've said before, you come up with a tv show and let me know when it reaches it's fourth season.
@Mark "Heroes Writer / Troll" Oh yeah, one more thing...
@Mark Ladies and Gentlemen, let me introduce you to "Mark" a Heores writer trolling, trying to defend his writing. Thank you for a great season "Mark". You have shown us all with your comments here, why the season was what it was. Keep talking and maybe you will really believe your own crap. Now I'm moving on. I will leave you to your endless piles of BS.
Ok, do you read the online graphic novels? Maybe you should. That explains where Tracy came from. And as for Claire and Noah, she didn't turn them into water, she turned the solid soil into a mixture of soil and water, notice how it's a pool of water they come out of and she asks them if they can swim?
They can't spell out every detail for us, we're not babies and we don't need to be spoonfed, well I don't at least. You try fitting all the things you wanted into a 45 minute tv show then.
For Hiro's dream, it was just that... a dream, he wasn't literally healed by Ishi, it's metophorical. The doctors really healed him, but in his dream where he was hallucinating, it was his mother that did so. Notice how all the shots lined up? Like his fight with Adam, representive of his fight to stay alive.
If you're going to be writing about a show then you should at least be able to spot these things, not everything is literal.
Oh and another thing, this is Heroes. It completely goes against the laws of physics. I think we're allowed to just accept these things. "How can Claire and Noah turn into water?" Ask yourself, how does Tracy turn into water in the first place? How does Sylar move objects. Come on man, it's a sci-fi show. Give over.
Tell you what, how about you write into NBC and complain about how you didn't get to see all five years of Sylar being stuck in his own head.
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