Originally Posted by journeymom
Seems to me Anne Rice did something like this in one of her vampire stories. An immortal vampire was boarded up in a cellar in an abandoned house. That's where I learned the term, "oebliette".
Really? I learned it from "Labyrinth"
That was a hell of an episode. I felt so bad for Noah, to come back to life then basically have to walk away from his family. So sad
Since the Odessa thing was a couple days after the actual break-in, it is very possible it was Noah. I'm just stunned that no one except Parkman thought to..oh, LOOK UP and see where the shooter was. I mean seriously. They could have very well exposed their powers very easily by sending Peter to fly after or shoot via lightning bolts the guy who shot Nathan. Hell, he could have froze time, and stopped him. Seriously! Makes me want to stomp my foot in frustration~
Yeah, I have never been keen on Maya and Alejandro. I mean, she just seems blah and easily lead, kwim? It would be interesting to see if/how her power evolves. MAybe it doesn't? Maybe Sylar takes it and causes the huge plague that takes out most of the population?
Speaking of plague, anyone else notice the symbol in the ashes of the plague in Peter's palm? I wonder if the plague is really gone or if Peter accidently released on himself? Some viruses can survive extreme heat, even nuclear level. Hmmm...
You know, I really don't think Claire understands the possible ramifications of her actions. Exposing the secret that you can fly is one thing, I mean its cool, and you might get a few people with Lois Lane fantasies chasing you. Exposing that you can heal from any wound, and your blood can bring the dead back to life and heal any injury? Expect to be donating a ton of blood, or possible kidnap by crazy people wanting to be immortal.
So who is waiting for a hero that can shapeshift? I'm waiting to see one that can turn into a wolf or tiger, or just anything! That would be a cool power!
Yes, I have werewolf fantasies, harkening back to my RPG days