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SAVE the cheerleader, save the world, has been the battlecry of Heroes over the past few weeks.

Well the blonde, all-American cheerleader survived in the finale of the popular sci-fi hit on BBC2 and New York didn't explode in a nuclear blast, killing millions of innocent people.

The deadly future was changed, but if you thought all the questions would be answered in the double helping of heroes then you would have been disappointed.

It's not even 100 per cent certain if super-villain Sylar has perished or if he still lives to cause future havoc and slice open more skulls.

Are there more Sylars out there or more undiscovered heroes with incredible super-powers?

It was an exciting, thrilling climax with a race against time by the good guys to avert disaster.

But the band of everyday heroes didn't let anyone down and risked their lives to keep the Big Apple from being baked.

Ending on a cliffhanger has become a trademark of Heroes and the double bill finished in classic style with Hiro apparently travelling back in time to ancient Japan.

He has been left with his Samurai sword to keep him safe and not a clue how to get back home. More puzzlingly, the warlord carries a banner bearing the strange sign that has been cropping up in every episode throughout the series.

Could all be explained in the next series? If I only had the power to see the future - now that's one super-power worth having.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Dec 8, 2007
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