So that’s the ending. I have to say..I’m a bit underwelmed. Don’t get me wrong, I loved how all the heroes wound up gathering together in the square and each attempted to take Sylar down in their own way. It makes sense in many ways, most of the characters had only known each other through various cliques and it wouldn’t have made sense for them all to join in one large unit to take him down at once.
I think what’s disappointing me most is Sylar himself. But it was earlier. Ando dropped the comic Isaac drew and Sylar was too arrogant to believe his fate would end that way. I can’t understand why. All of Isaac’s paintings have come true, who is to say this one couldn’t? Sure Hiro failed on his first attempt but the comic obviously showed Hiro’s stabbing to happen at a later event.
Nathan coming at the last minute and taking Peter off pretty much sums up the most closest brother relationship ever shown on TV. I should have seen that coming actually…who else could really stop Peter other than his biggest hero: Nathan? I doubt both men are dead, Peter could have told Nathan to fling him high into the sky and fly away. After the explosion Peter would regenerate, fall to the earth, die and regenerate and wake up. I do think that Matt’s character is done for now. I originally liked him a lot in the beginning but by the end of the season he was growing on my nerves.
So the show now has set up a new boogeyman to worry about. The one Molly says can see back at her when she tries picturing him. Why would she have thought of such a man? Was Primatech using her to hunt down other special powers and he was one of them? Or is this someone she met before even Sylar came into her life?
And what the heck is Hiro doing in ancient Hong Kong?