Two years ago I wrote one of the harshest reviews that has ever appeared on Gizmodo. It was for the LG G2, which was supposed to be the company’s flagship Android phone for the year, but it was just bad. I wasn’t shy about saying so. I was so unshy, in fact, that LG tried to get me fired for it.
While American audiences must endure summer snoozefests starring '80s action heros rehashing their glory days, a number of East Asian studios are filling the void with a graphic reimagining of the genre. The bloody jewel atop this brutal cinematic crown is Merantu Film's The Raid: Redemption. It's Old Boy meets Man…
In season three, Heroes seemingly went from bad to worse. Now, with Bryan Fuller deserting NBC's sinking flagship, we're left wondering: Can Heroes really can find Redemption in its fourth season?
Does "Redemption" mean more to Heroes than just the title of its next volume? Producer Bryan Fuller has been talking about what to expect from the show's fourth season, and why the show has turned itself around.
Not only do we now know that NBC's Heroes will continue for a fourth season, but we also know what the name of that season's first "volume" will be... but who does it refer to?