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Graphic Novel:Wireless, Part 3
|Wireless, Part 3|
|Released:||January 8, 2007|
|Story by:||Joe Pokaski and Aron Eli Coleite|
|Art by:||Micah Gunnell|
|Digital Inks by:||Mark Roslan|
|Colors by:||Beth Sotelo & Peter Steigerwald|
|Produced by:||Aspen MLT Inc.|
|Easter Egg:||Behind-the-scenes image of Adrian Pasdar and Milo Ventimiglia|
|Previous:||Wireless, Part 2|
|Next:||Wireless, Part 4|
|A mind like a computer and a will of steel. Hana's saga continues!|
|Hana Gitelman was an Israeli Mosad [sic] Operative whose Mother and Grandmother were killed in the same suicide attack. Hana's lust for vengeance was the very thing that kept her out of the field and in the intelligence office. While she excelled at code-breaking, she yearned to fight in the battlefield. One day a man came with an opportunity to do just that. A man with Horn Rimmed Glasses. |
The man said he was with the CIA and that Hana was being recruited into a special program. Hana was tested. Physically. Mentally.
Hana discovered that she has an [sic] spectacular ability. Hana can sense wireless communication. Her mind acts like a computer and interprets e-mails, text messages and satellite signals being sent wirelessly all across the world. This ability has made Hana the perfect spy.
From Odessa, TX, Mr. Bennet watches on his laptop as Hana Gitelman attempts her first mission for his organization: outside a microbiology lab in Tanzania, Hana is secretly monitoring the wireless communications of a man named Dr. Henry Strauss, a microbiologist who has created a powerful biological weapon--an alteration to bacterial DNA that renders ordinary stomach microbes deadly.
Once in range, Hana is able to monitor the doctor's wi-fi signals and send them back to Mr. Bennet. However, once she has transmitted the data, she is captured by the doctor's men. Recalling her grandmother's struggles against the Nazis in Germany, she uses her combat skills to escape, but finds herself face-to-face with a private army.
- There may not be a link to the Easter Egg in this graphic novel; every page links to the Nissan Versa website while in read mode. Manually typing in the URL with the standard name yields the same picture as in Wireless, Part 2.
- For images from Wireless, Part 3, see images from Wireless, Part 3.
- For an interview in which Micah Gunnell discusses the Wireless series, see here.
- Heroes on NBC.com
- Downloadable PDF comic on archive.org — Note: Requires Adobe Acrobat or compatible reader to view