También salió a luz que alguien del elenco resultará siendo adoptado o adoptada y eso cambiará mucho el curso de la historia.
Matt Parkman saldrá con un caballo y una tortuga (????) en medio del desierto en un episodio.
El fenecido señor Linderman volverá en algunos episodios. Espero sea en recuerdos pues yo le vi bien muerto.
Niki dijo primero que por lo menos saldrá en 2 episodios, sin embargo un nuevo personaje que hace de reportero se vuelve el objeto de interés de la chica de las múltiples personalidades. Asumo entonces que ella no muere y fácil veremos a otra personalidad, recuerdo que todos los rumores decían que su personalidad buena no iba más, ¿como será? De algún modo eso de que en todo héroe hay un villano me parece le cae mejor a ella.
Los villanos que se escaparán serían como si fueran 12 Sylar (asumo en peligrosidad), no dijeron que Sylar se vaya a multiplicar. Uno de los villanos llegaría cerca a la zona del pequeño Micah y su familia.
Sylar será "domesticado" (??? ¡NOOOOOOOO!). Y Noah Bennett hará dupla con él.
Ah, Claire Benett le dirá a su tío Peter Petrelli que siempre le amó (espero que suene en sentido sobrina-tío).
West el chico volador no va más.
Por ahora eso es lo que recuerdo. Ah, si se supone son tío y sobrina espero esto no sean ensayos de alguna escena:
COMICCON UPDATE - MEGASPOILER HEROES S03
En resumen Sylar gana el poder de Claire y Mohinder gana otro.
The (first) episode starts off four year into the future, with a scarred Peter running for his very life. He enters a building and finds Claire waiting for him, holding a gun to his head. She tries to shoot him, but he slows down time and evades the bullet by simply walking out of its path. Then he grabs her gun and jumps through time to the present. Now we’re back to where season two ended, with Nathan being shot by an unknown assailant. As it turns out, “Future Peter” is that unknown assailant.
Nathan gets taken to the hospital, but the wounds are too severe and he dies… for about five minutes. His pale lifeless body jumps up on the hospital bed. The experience of dying and coming back to life makes him rethink his purpose, and instead of continuing what he started by announcing to the world about people like him, he comes to the realization that they exist to serve God’s will.
Later on, Angela Petrelli confronts “Future Peter” about changing the future for the worse.
Meanwhile, Claire finds herself attacked by Sylar, who captures her and splits her head open. We then see Sylar examining Claire’s exposed brain. A mildly concious Claire asks “Are you gonna eat it?” “Am I gonna eat it? That’s disgusting, Claire.” Soon afterward, Sylar locates the necessary part of Claire’s mind with his powers. He looks down and a wound on his stomach starts to heal. Claire is confused, wondering why he doesn’t kill her. “You’re not like the others, Claire. You can’t die. And now, neither can I.”
On the other side of the world, Hiro is the head of his father’s company and has all the money anyone could ever ask for, yet still feels left without a purpose. Before he can dwell on it for too long though, he receives a video tape of his late father explaining to him he must protect a world-altering secret that’s hidden within a safe in the office, and must not ever open it. Unwilling to listen to reason, Hiro opens the safe anyway, much to Ando’s chagrin. Inside is another tape of his father, this time yelling at Hiro for opening the safe. He then explains that the safe contains half of a formula that must never get in the wrong hands.
Moments later, the paper vanishes from Hiro’s hand. He stops time as fast as he can, and notices this lengthy red blur traveling through the office. He follows it all the way through the building until it connects to a blond girl, who he soon finds out isn’t actually frozen in time. His power has no effect on her. In order to get away, she punches him and speeds out of the building. Needing to get the formula back, Hiro travels to the future and sees “Future Hiro” battling Ando, who demands he give back the formula. Unwilling to do so, “Future Ando” blasts “Furure Hiro” with red bolts of electricity. Hiro quickly travels back to the present.
The last character subplot involves Mohinder and Maya. Maya gets upset that Mohinder wants to leave, and when her powers start to take effect, Mohinder realizes how people get their powers: through the adrenal gland. He then figures out how to replicate the abilities in other people, later deciding to inject himself with it, causing him to lose conciousness. As he wakes up, two muggers try to rob him. He grab one of their guns and bends it in half, and then throws one of the guys halfway across the street. The other mugger takes off without a second thought, while Mohinder stands there amazed at what he just did.