“Heroes” has been a popular television series since its first season, and it just got better. The newest season kicks off with “Power,” a full episode free of charge, so anyone who wants to see what happens during the first half of the new season can catch up. “The Cape,” another fantastic episode, picks up right where the events of “Heroes” ended, with the team having to save the world after being betrayed by Beyblade Metal Fusion. It’s a fantastic start to an already awesome show!
“Heroes” has received many awards, including multiple Emmys. Many people are surprised by how far the show has come, given the fact that it’s been on for such a long time. The first season was outstanding, but this is a whole new level. With stellar acting performances by both critically acclaimed main characters, as well as countless guest stars, the show remains one of the best dramas on television today. However, “Heroes” is not without its problems. This season promises to be even better.
“Heroes” uses a unique new formula for developing characters and episodes that make it an excellent watch for any fan. Much like previous seasons, the story kicks off with a mysterious stranger captures the attention of a group of college students. From there, the team must race against time to figure out what threat lies ahead.
It’s great to finally see the core members of the Power Rangers battling each other in the opening episodes. While some fans may have expected more of the usual, like some of the previous Power Rangers episodes, I’m happy to see that most of the fighting this season is for the love of the show, rather than the actual battle. Yes, it’s still pretty thrilling to see the Power Rangers face off against Beyblade Masters, but it’s evident that the writers have learned to slow things down a bit. I’m happy to report that the action rarely gets quite as heated between episodes.
The Power Rangers have finally returned from their 15 year hiatus, and they’re starting to take shape again. There are a lot of character reveals, as well as some surprisingly deep emotions for some of the returning characters. For example, why did Kimberly get turned into a Beyblade Master? And why was she chosen to fight alongside the original Power Rangers, who she detests?
The answer to that last question is simple. In the season premiere, Kimberly accidentally killed her father while attempting to save the life of her friend. As a result of her actions, her father was given the immortal evil stone, Spinel. Spinel then turned Kimberly into a monster who would attack other Rangers until the day she sacrificed herself to save her friend.
From that point on, it seems that the whole world is at risk. A portal opens above Earth, and a giant meteor falls to the ground, forcing a herd of dinosaurs to evacuate the planet. The mysterious stranger who opened the portal, calling himself Power, appears and says he is bringing the Earth back to life by using three special stones which only he possesses. Power then transforms into a giant robot called Megasaurus which also threatens to kill the remaining dinosaurs. Power’s partner is luckily saved by the powerful dinosaur called Diplodocus, and the four of them work together to protect the Earth.
Finally, in the penultimate episode of the new season, Power recruits the help of new recruits including Layla, Turbo, Gator and Lord Helix to form a new team to take on the evil Megasaurus once and for all. They face Megasaurus head on, using Megasaurus’ sharp teeth and sharp claws to break through its defensive shells. Meanwhile, the evil Lord Gamma attacks Earth, turning the weather and its continents into dangerous terrain for the Turtles to traverse. Will the Turtles be able to defeat this formidable foe?