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(no subject) [Jul. 26th, 2010|01:58 pm]
Mr. _____ Bennet

Title: Family Man
Author: themaskedmckay
Rating: Gen
Fandom: Heroes
Pairing: None
Characters: Noah, Claire, and Lyle Bennet
Words: 1,150
Disclaimer: Characters do not belong to me.
Summary: Noah is banished from the kitchen and reflects on family and friendship.
Author's Notes: Written for anythingshedoes whose Claire muse is adorable!

"When'sh mommy coming home?" Lyle asked from where he was rolling on the carpet in the living room. He had a slight lisp now that he was missing both his front teeth. He looked like the world's smallest hockey player when he smiled.

Fake cut is fake
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What do you want to ask Tim Kring? [Jul. 21st, 2010|02:46 pm]
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TVGuide want us to ask...


Nice to see they chose a HRG & Lauren pic :)
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(no subject) [Jul. 17th, 2010|02:44 pm]
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Title: Four Years Gone (It's Been Nice Knowing You)
Author: [info]half_stack 
Rating: PG 
Characters: Everyone, really
Summary: Basically what happens to everyone after season four, after Claire jumped, after the TV shuts off and it's out of our lives forever.
Author’s Note: It's pretty satirical.
Disclaimer: Tim Kring one day we'll find closure, but for now, I present you with this

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A message from Tim Kring [Jun. 26th, 2010|04:05 pm]
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petersavatar  received a message from Tim Kring and she asks Heroes fans to post it on Heroes communities. Here's the message:

"Thanks again to all of the loyal “Heroes” fans who are awaiting news about what NBC plans to do regarding closure for the series. Like all of you, I was shocked and disappointed that NBC did not choose to pick up a 5th season of the show. I would love nothing more than to be producing more great episodes for you all to enjoy. But fortunately, there is very strong interest on my part and NBC’s part to figure out a way to bring some form of closure to the storyline. The cast and crew are also willing to rally. Believe me, I would love to have news to report at this time, but alas I don’t. NBC’s ultimate decision is based on all kinds of factors (budget issues, scheduling, distribution) that I don’t have control over. So, I am waiting patiently for them to sort out these internal issues for now.

In the meantime, some of the fans have commented about a new project of mine that has been close to my heart for quite some time. It just launched and is called the Conspiracy for Good. I thought it would be helpful to share a piece of important background information about this project with you. First, I want to make it very clear that my work on my other creative projects in no way diminishes my sincere interest in continuing the “Heroes” storyline with NBC. I have long had a strong interest in philanthropic issues and the Conspiracy For Good has been my way of combining this interest with my passion for storytelling.

In truth, “Heroes” itself was an attempt to put a positive message into the world - One of hope, interconnectivity and global consciousness. It was this underlying message that connected so strongly with the audience. From this connection sprung ideas like Sylar’s Army, which raised money for Give Life Foundation, and Heroes For Autism and Heroes For Haiti. So, in many ways, it is directly because of all of the “Heroes” fans around the world that I was inspired to bring the Conspiracy for Good to life. Watching how the fan base formed, rallied and have woven powerful bonds within the group, showed me that blending entertainment with fan activity toward a greater good could be a reality. With this powerful fan base that demonstrates such enthusiasm and interest, why not mobilize some of this energy to do more than just talk or chat about a TV show? So to every Heroes fan, I invite you to see for yourself what you had a hand in inspiring me to do with the Conspiracy for Good. You can find it at conspiracyforgood.com.

When there is news about “Heroes”, I promise it will be shared as soon as possible. Your continued loyalty, vocal support and wish to see more of “Heroes” is genuinely appreciated.


Tim Kring"

x-posted to jcoleman_daily 
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This is more like it. [Jun. 25th, 2010|09:18 am]
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11 of 13

Noah Bennett

Noah Bennett

Show: "Heroes"
Having a dad that can fight superpowered baddies using just his wits and a gun is something to be proud of. Throw in a dad that will do pretty much anything to keep you safe and you've got someone who's really really earned his #1 Dad coffee mug!

Except that the "anything to keep you safe" includes working with the worst of the super powered villains and locking up some of your closest friends and allies. There's also the fact that Noah's daughter Claire (and pretty much everyone) never knows (and might never know) where his true loyalties lie.


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What I would want to see in a Heroes TV movie... [Jun. 23rd, 2010|12:28 am]
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"An opening for a spin off: Come on, you know you would watch a series starring Jack Coleman as Noah, running around the country capturing evil-doing supers. Frankly, I think that show could be a whole lot better than Heroes ever was, even during its peak in season one. Throw in Elisabeth Rohm as Lauren, his partner/sassy love interest and it would be gold! Gold, I tell you."

I know, I know, we won't see it, but hey! that's a GREAT idea! ;), as some of the points suggested in the article...
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Pizza Man! To Have Comic-Con Panel; Heroes’ Jack Coleman To Moderate [Jun. 20th, 2010|11:16 am]
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Good news:
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Noah is a bad dad???? D: [Jun. 19th, 2010|05:05 pm]
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Source: From Here To Paternity: Scifi's Best And Worst Fathers

Two dads from Heroes are in the worst fathers list.

From here to paternity: Scifi's best and worst fathers

He tried to be a good dad — making it home for dinner, taking an interest in his adopted daughter Claire's extracurricular activities — but those decades of lying to his family about his gig as a mutant hunter took their toll.

Arthur Petrelli is in the list, too.
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Last Graphic Novel...at least... [Jun. 9th, 2010|11:34 pm]
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Because guess who's going after Elle...

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The Heroes Scrapbook project [May. 23rd, 2010|05:42 pm]
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Do you want to join? just click here!!

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