Hero_Truther's true identity is revealed when Quentin brings him evidence that connects Renautas to the Primatech Paper Company, leading Quentin to track down a former Primatech employee: Noah Bennet...
Centers on the Shannons, an ordinary family from 2149 when the planet is dying, who are transported back 85 million years to prehistoric Earth where they join Terra Nova, a colony of humans with a second chance to build a civilization.
Five years after the public became aware of the existence of evolved humans - or "EVOs." Said public is not entirely supportive of these EVOs. In fact, few people fall into the middle ground. Online, a community forms around the rallying cry of the anonymous Hero_Truther, who seeks to humanize EVOs in the wake of lies, slander and fear mongering. Among those posting their personal stories is Phoebe Frady, who is encouraged to document her origin story by her brother, Quentin. But as Phoebe struggles to control her power, she attracts unwanted attention from a mysterious new company.
When a TV show like heroes that you really loved once upon a time, then somehow messed things up decide to return, you don't know what to expect. Dark Matters clears things up for that confusion in a good way. When Heroes Reborn announced the official synopsis, we got the idea about the story, yet we doesn't know how they were gonna link that Heroes-hater world to the original story. That connection became clear with Dark Matters. It's found-footage type of series so you also feel connected to the characters because of this realistic background. It's a new story, but we have the necessary references to the old series and the new one. As Heroes Reborn is not ready yet, it's hard to be so sure but it may be essential to watch before Heroes Reborn comes cause it gives us a background story for one new important character.
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