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The heart is often referenced in the Heroes universe.
- 1 About
- 1.1 Genesis
- 1.2 Don't Look Back
- 1.3 Collision
- 1.4 Hiros
- 1.5 Better Halves
- 1.6 Nothing to Hide
- 1.7 Homecoming
- 1.8 Graphic Novel:Life Before Eden
- 1.9 Six Months Ago
- 1.10 Fallout
- 1.11 Graphic Novel:Wireless, Part 1
- 1.12 Godsend
- 1.13 The Fix
- 1.14 Distractions
- 1.15 Run!
- 1.16 Unexpected
- 1.17 Company Man
- 1.18 Parasite
- 1.19 .07%
- 1.20 Five Years Gone
- 1.21 The Hard Part
- 1.22 Landslide
- 1.23 How to Stop an Exploding Man
- 1.24 Graphic Novel:The Death of Hana Gitelman, Part 2
- 1.25 Graphic Novel:It Takes a Village, Part 2
- 1.26 Graphic Novel:Betty, Part 1
- 1.27 Graphic Novel:Heroism is Found in the Heart, Part 1
- 1.28 Lizards
- 1.29 Out of Time
- 1.30 Cautionary Tales
- 1.31 Truth & Consequences
- 1.32 Graphic Novel:The Ten Brides of Takezo Kensei
- 1.33 Graphic Novel:The End of Hana and Drucker
- 1.34 Powerless
- 1.35 Graphic Novel:Trust Issues, Part 1
- 1.36 Dual
- 1.37 Into Asylum
- 1.38 An Invisible Thread
- 2 Other References
- 3 Gallery
- 4 See Also
Mohinder says that it is the nature of the human heart to look into life's mysteries and questions. He also says that the human heart can only find meaning in the smallest of moments.
While Brody is in a hospital bed, a heart monitor beeps steadily.
Peter listens to Charles's heart.
Karen's heart monitor flatlines.
When Claire tells Zach not to tell anyone about Claire's ability, Zach agrees and says that he crosses his heart.
Hana request to join the para-troopers is denied by an IDF enlisting officer because the Israeli army has concerns about her heart. Hana assures him that her heart is fine. The officer tells her that she cannot be trusted in the trenches because the enemies can hear her heart beating and that it yearns for vengeance.
Later, she says that the rules of engagement state to shoot on sight, but the rules didn't account for her heart.
As Peter lies comatose in bed, a heart monitor beats steadily.
Claire tells the Haitian that it breaks his heart to lie to her father.
When Dr. Witherson greets Niki, she asks her if she has a change of heart.
Claude tells Peter that he is a sad cartoon of a broken heart bleeding all over the place.
Hope's bag is decorated with rhinestones in the shape of a large heart.
Dale explains that her enhanced hearing allows her to detect even the tiniest changes in a heartbeat. She turns to Sylar and points out that his heart is beating pretty quickly and asks if he's nervous. That night, after Sylar silently enters Dale's shop, Sylar tells her that the sound in his heart is murder.
Nathan tells Simone that he knows her heart in the right place, that she wants to to help Peter.
A heart monitor beats while Sandra is in bed.
Sandra asks her daughter to find it in her heart to give her father another chance.
Mr. Bennet tells Claire that she didn't grow inside her mother, but she grew inside their hearts.
Linderman tells Nathan it is his destiny to be a leader and use the explosion for a catalyst for good and that if he looks deep into his heart, he knows he's right.
Future Hiro explains to Hiro and Ando that five years ago, a man named Sylar exploded in the heart of the city, changing the world forever.
While under the guise of Nathan, Sylar says that they entered the battle with a heavy heart.
When Kaito reminds Hiro of Takezo Kensei, we learn that after the Dragon of Kiso Mountain demanded the life of the princess, Kensei refused and cut out his own heart and handed it to the dragon, saying that his love was in there. Hiro tells his father that he finally understands that to save what is most important, he has to be strong enough to cut out his heart.
Mohinder says that it is the nature of the human heart to look into life's mysteries and questions. He asks who among the world of strangers will touch our hearts. Later, Mohinder mentions the simple human need to know in our hearts that we are not alone.
In his dream, Peter sees Charles saying that the world needs to be saved by heart, not strength -- and that's Peter. Later, Charles tells Peter that his heart has the ability to love unconditionally.
In Betty's high school cafeteria, a poster advertising healthy eating and shows a small heart.
Hiro eulogizes his father, saying that his father is not truly dead, as long as he lives in his heart.
Some of NBC.com's descriptions of the graphic novels include references to the heart:
- "A terrible inferno can melt the coldest of hearts." (Trial By Fire)
- "Two souls on fire face down the heart of an unfathomable path." (How Do You Stop an Exploding Man?, Part 1)
- "While the brain wants answers, the heart seeks revenge." (How Do You Stop an Exploding Man?, Part 2)
- "Anyone can have a change of heart." (War Buddies, Part 5)
- Takezo loved a princess with all his heart.
- Kensei refused to give the princess to the dragon, and instead cut out his own heart. He handed it to the dragon and said, "My love is in here. Take it." The dragon was so moved that he replaced Kensei's heart.
The subway contains a poster with the words "Don't give your heart to just anyone."
Hana's heart races out of control.
(The Death of Hana Gitelman, Part 2)
- For other uses of heart, see heart (disambig).
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