Definitely. Well done. Interesting premise that manages to steer clear of being a Heroes rip off even though it is a similar premise. I love the
interplay of the autistic character with the rest of the team (and the fact that it casts him as capable and strong.) Enjoy. Cheers.
Cool, sounds like it's a good one.
1 hour 30 mins before I can start it, i've really been wanting a good series to follow lately.
Being the Lost fan I was, I tend to compare things to that, and as you can guess not much really stands against it.
I think I need to get into Fringe, i'll have to do it by box sets though as I never really got into it when on TV.
I think you mean Hicks (the character recruited in the first episode). His power is to come up with a perfect trajectory for his target, he can't
make anything move on its own. I felt like the first episode made it seem as though he would be treated as the main character or somehow more
important than the other characters but this does not happen to be the case.
Gary (the autistic one) is able to visualize and communicate with wireless signals.
Dr. Rosen has not been shown to possess any special abilities.
I have been watching the series also. I have liked it not that I thought it was a great series. The characters and story line have been worth
watching in my opinion. As the season goes on do enjoy. Most of all I do like to see them working together.
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