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    Nagore

    6 years ago

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    Sep 25,  · One man, known as Sylar, wants to gain all the power of these "heroes" so he can be the most powerful and evolved human of all, and stops at nothing to gruesomely kill these people. In order to protect themselves from him, these people must help one another before Sylar can destroy them all, while they each deal with problems of their own/10(K).
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    Arabar

    6 years ago

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    Hero definition, a person noted for courageous acts or nobility of character: He became a local hero when he saved the drowning child. See more.
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    Dujas

    6 years ago

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    Sep 25,  · Created by Tim Kring to emulate the storytelling style of American comic books, "Heroes" is an award-winning science-fiction series about ordinary people who discover they have extraordinary Number Of Episodes:
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    Zulujinn

    6 years ago

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    Define heroes. heroes synonyms, heroes pronunciation, heroes translation, English dictionary definition of heroes. n. Greek Mythology A priestess of Aphrodite beloved by Leander. or He·ron First century ad. Alexandrian scientist who invented many water-driven and.
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    Dogar

    6 years ago

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    1: a person admired for great deeds or fine qualities We study heroes of our nation's history.
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    Gogar

    6 years ago

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    Jan 16,  · Directed by Manish Pandey. With Mika Häkkinen, Tom Kristensen, Felipe Massa, Michelle Mouton/
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    Mibei

    6 years ago

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    HEROES creates an intricate internal mythology, all credit to series creator Tim Kring and his co-horts for some well-conceived world-building. And, as mentioned, HEROES doesn't go overboard with the f/x, but when the show does indulge in f/x, it does so with ridiculous flair.
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    Kazikazahn

    6 years ago

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    Superheroes have their antecedents in the semidivine heroes of myth and legend. Protagonists who exhibit feats of incredible strength, fighting prowess, and cunning are commonplace in both scripture and early secular literature. Comic strips of the early 20th century provided the perfect visual.