Heroes, despite a falling off in the viewing figures towards the end of its US run, is the culmination of the process. It takes a hotch-potch of sci-fi and fantasy staples and makes them palatable to the viewer who thinks “Marvel” is a cleaning product.
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Get the inside scoop on all of the series from your favourite TV show, “Heroes”. Enter the world of “Heroes” and go behind the scenes of this super-powered TV show. Get up close and personal with all the extraordinary characters and their many powers: from time travelling Hiro Nakamura and unbreakable Claire Bennet to flying man Nathan Petrelli and murderous Sylar. It comes with amazing photography on-set of the show’s locations including Tokyo, Las Vegas, New York and India. Action-packed stills, props and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage make this book an invaluable addition to any “Heroes” fan’s collection.
Unlike those in Lost, all of the mysteries reside in the characters. There is no supernatural island to confuse us, and the whole premise is set squarely in the real world.
And Heroes’ best character, the Japanese geek Hiro, is a masterstroke, because he’s a comic-book guy himself – obsessed with Star Trek, he is instantly able to place what’s happening to him in a nerd context, acting as a translator for the rest of us.
It’s a clever pick-and-mix that has succeeded because it offers all the joys of cult viewing to a much bigger cult.
And, at a time when the television audience is becoming ever more fragmented, it suggests that eventually a cult show and a hit show may well become one and the same.