Still reeling from his wife's murder, Joel tries to escape the alien hunter and fulfill a promise he made to her. Years of searching for the fabled planet Aeprion have left the space-freighter captain torn between giving up the search or giving himself up to Kraxem, the alien hunter.
On Christine Carpenter’s first day of her sophomore year at Thomas Jefferson High School she makes a startling discovery. She can hear peoples’ thoughts. After convincing herself she’s not going crazy, Chris must learn to control her amazing mind-reading ability. Using her power she quickly realizes her crush, the captain of the football team, is also blessed with a special ability. She
Camp Hero continues the adventures of Christine and her friends as they delve deeper into the legacies of their grandfathers. On the day Christine's baby brother is born, Christine is given a vision of a young boy being taken into custody by the MHDA - Meta-Human Detection Agency. Obsessed with finding the boy before the MHDA can get to him, Christine and her friends go on a quest to rescue him.
Three hundred and fifty years ago World War III started between the U.S. and China and eventually engulfed the rest of the world, left the planet devastated and humanity divided more than ever. The war lasted a decade, and left many regions of the planet uninhabitable. It also killed nearly 3 billion people. Another billion died in the decades following, due to lack of resources, disease, and radiation poisoning. Technology was almost non-existent after the war, putting an end to the so-called "computer age".
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Everyone looks up to heroes. No matter what they do, they are put up onto a pedestal for all to worship. But what happens when a hero's life is struck with great tragedy? Are heroes allowed to mourn, to sink into depression?
Evan stands at the very edge of the underground city he's lived in his entire life. It's the shadows that surround the city that keep the people prisoner. It's their fear of the darkness that keeps them in line. But Evan knows he can no longer live in the city any longer. He has found out a terrible secret and is too afraid to share it, even with his wife, Abby. It is because of this secret that he can never return to his normal life. It is because of this secret that he must escape into the dark.
Abby would be your typical teenager - that is, if she wasn't part of a secret organization tasked with tracking down meta-humans. She doesn't agree with what she's doing, but when Agent Smith tells her she will be infiltrating a school to find a dangerous meta, she knows she has no choice because disobeying means that her brother will end up in their special meta-human prison. When she meets her target, she realized that he is not as dangerous as she was led to believe.
Imagine you had the ability to force your will onto others. Now imagine that those very same powers forced your parents to disown you when you were a young teen. This is Ryan's reality. He wanders the streets day in and out, wondering what he'd done to be so unlucky. On a cold, winter's day, he is confronted by a federal agent, intent on arresting him. Ryan has no intention of going quietly, and knows just how to make his escape. Unfortunately for him, the agent is one step ahead.
Children are constantly complaining about the monster in the closet. As parents, we just shake it off as childhood fantasy. But what if the monsters are real? What if they want something from our children?Jerry is a Collector, and each night he is sent into bedrooms to gather specimens to study so that experts can either fix his world, or help them find a new one.
Eddie Eagan is your typical high schooler, with one minor exception. Eddie can make anything he imagines become a reality.
Unfortunately for Eddie, his ability has made him a target of a group called the M.H.D.A. They deem him too dangerous to run free. Eddie must make a choice: Does he run for the rest of his life? Or does he go quietly with the Agents who want to lock him away for life?
Abby and her brother, Mike, are keeping a secret from their mother: Mike has super powers. At eight years old, Mike has the ability to make objects around him spontaneously combust. Abby, knows that his life would be in danger if anyone found out about this, so she has kept it hidden from everyone for over a year.
Many years ago, Tom Stevenson was a soldier and became one of the founding members of a secret program called Project: Hercules. Now, he has returned to where it all started, an abandoned military base out on Long Island called Camp Hero. While exploring the old base, he discovers the base is not as abandoned as one would believe. Project: Hercules is still up and running with deadly results.
This is the first question Bobby Barnes asks himself as he stands over his dead body at the scene of the tragic car crash that ended his life. He is furious with his girlfriend Brittany, who was the driver and he follows the investigating officers to the hospital to confront her.