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|Released:||February 8, 2010|
|Story by:||Zach Craley|
|Art and colors by:||Ryan Odagawa|
|Produced by:||Aspen MLT Inc.|
|Easter Egg:||Behind the scenes image of several cast members*|
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|Angela tries to make sense of what Samuel has wrought on her family.|
|Samuel Sullivan brought his Carnival to Central Park in order to stage the Greatest Show on Earth. Fortunately our Heroes purposes aligned, as they converged on New York City to put a stop to Samuel once and for all...|
But one Hero is all too aware of what might have happened, and herself struggling to decide what outcome is the lesser evil. Despite their frequent interventions to save the world, how much is freewill and how much was fated from the start?
Samuel stands on the wooden stage at the carnival in Central Park, welcoming the visitors to the Greatest Show on Earth. He proceeds to use his powers to create a giant fissure that swallows up all of the humans in the area, and leaves the stage on a giant pillar of Earth in the center of the crater.
Angela wakes up from the dream, and contemplates that no matter how many times they save New York, destiny says another catastrophe will come along. She remembers that, by trying to save Nathan so many times, she's ended up alienating her entire family. On TV, the news is reporting Claire regenerating from her fall off of the Ferris wheel.
- The Easter Egg for this graphic novel is a behind-the-scenes photograph from the filming of one of Peter's dreams, as seen in the Season One episode Fallout. Actors shown in the photograph are Santiago Cabrera, James Kyson Lee, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Masi Oka, Hayden Panettiere, Milo Ventimiglia, Leonard Roberts, and Greg Grunberg.
- The images in Angela's windows are the various futures of New York. The second window shows the aftermath of the explosion, the third window shows the desolation caused by the virus outbreak, and the fourth shows Samuel creating fissures in New York.
- For other uses of consequences, see consequences (disambig).
- For images from Consequences, see images from Consequences.
- For Ryan Odagawa's original art from Consequences, see here.
- Graphic novels page on NBC.com
- Interactive comic on NBC.com — Note: Requires Flash Player 8 or above to view
- Downloadable PDF comic on NBC.com — Note: Requires Adobe Acrobat or compatible reader to view