Heroes' season finale slunk over the airwaves last night, bringing with it mindless platitudes from Suresh, the defeat of one enemy, and Sylar-related plotholes so gigantic they could fight Godzilla and win. Spoilers ahead!
Just when I really didn't think it was possible for Heroes to get any shittier, last night's episode happened. This was possibly the worst hour of television I have ever endured. Spoilers ahead, you masochists!
Monday's Heroes was precisely what this show should be every week: Compelling, tightly-plotted, and giving us intriguing plot twists that actually lead somewhere. Plus, flashbacks to 1961! The only thing missing was Sylar. Spoilers ahead!
Heroes got pleasingly skin-crawly last night, delivering the darkest (non-laughable) subplots we've seen in a while. There were homoerotic evil doubles and psychological tortures involving hot Russian ladies. What could go wrong? Spoilers ahead!
Heroes was perking up last week, but this week there was a slow slide into the melodrama blahs - punctuated by completely random religious moments. Spoilers ahead.
On Monday night's superhero soap opera Heroes, something astonishing happened. The series' new showrunner Bryan Fuller wrote the episode, and it felt like a mutant with storytelling superpowers saved the day. Spoilers ahead!
Last night's episode of Heroes proves once and for all that this show basically does not give a crap if anyone keeps watching - especially if that "anyone" happens to be female. Spoilers ahead.
io9 commenters are right. You keep asking me why I'm watching Heroes, and after last night's episode I'm finally beginning to wonder that myself. Now you can vote: Should I keep watching this show?
If there's one thing that Heroes is good at, it's apparently not family drama if last night's episode is anything to go by. Daddy issues for cheerleaders and psychopaths abound, and spoilers await.
Last night's Heroes brought on some seriously good evil with Sylar getting a cute new friend, but it also brought on the lameass evil with Nathan becoming the least authoritarian dictator ever. Spoilers ahead!
Last night's episode of Heroes, the first in new chapter "Fugitives," was pretty damn good. Our characters are returning to normal just as the government is breaking down. Can this show return to form? Maybe.
While the second season of NBC's Heroes may have failed to build on the success of the first on almost every conceivable level - the addition of Kirsten Bell keeping it from being a complete failure - the accompanying webcomics, now collected as Heroes, Volume Two from DC Comics, shows the potential for what we could…