Central Park

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Central Park
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Samuel takes a walk in the park.
Location: New York, NY
Purpose: Recreation

Central Park is a popular place for people in New York City to visit.

Notable Residents

Notable Visitors

About

Graphic Novel:War Buddies, Part 5

After returning from the war in Vietnam, Austin visits Dallas at his home. He apologizes for not disclosing his ability to the Army. After chatting in Central Park, they reveal their actual names.

Angels and Monsters

Mohinder sits in Central Park, searching for a victim. He sees a drug dealer, approaches him, and brings him back to his lab so he can put him in a cocoon.

Ink

Peter races up to William Hooper at the park and talks with him about his accident. Peter apologizes and offers to make amends.

Later, Emma watches a cellist perform, and then tries her hand at the instrument, making beautiful music and colors. Peter watches on, amazed.

Upon This Rock

Samuel has Emma play a cello in order to attract Ian Michaels. A large crowd gathers, including Ian, who uses his ability on a tree.

Brave New World

The carnival has moved to Central Park, and Samuel has set up stage, where he gives a motivational speech to his fellow carnies. Samuel uses Doyle to control Emma and have her draw citizens to the stage. Then, he gets ready for his "show", inviting lots of news reporters and cameramen. However, Claire and Noah arrive to stop Samuel and rescue the carnies; Peter and Sylar arrive to battle Samuel and save Emma; Hiro and Ando arrive to get everyone to safety. A defeated Samuel is arrested, but Claire, sick of living in the shadows, reveals to the world the existence of evolved humans by jumping off the Ferris wheel and regenerating in front of the cameramen.

Heroes Evolutions

Purpose

In chapter 1 of Purpose, John Mulligan comes across Ian Michaels in the park. He offers the homeless man a hot dog and the two sit in silence. Soon, Ian causes the grass beneath him to grow.

Notes

  • Comprised of 843 acres in the center of Manhattan, Central Park is perhaps the most famous public park in the United States. It has appeared in countless films and television programs.
  • Mr. Petrelli and Mr. Linderman meet on Bethesda Terrace, near the Angel of the Waters statue by Emma Stebbins.
  • According to Heroes Interactive, the scene that took place in Central Park in Ink were actually shot in a city park in Westminster, CA.

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