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Graphic Novel:Wireless, Part 1
|Wireless, Part 1|
|Released:||December 25, 2006|
|Story by:||Aron Eli Coleite|
|Art by:||Micah Gunnell and Phil Jimenez (guest art)|
|Digital Inks by:||Mark Roslan|
|Colors by:||Beth Sotelo & Peter Steigerwald|
|Produced by:||Aspen MLT Inc.|
|Easter Egg:||Hi-res behind-the-scenes photo of Milo Ventimiglia and Hayden Panettiere|
|Next:||Wireless, Part 2|
|Graphic artist superstar Phil Jimenez brings you a first glimpse into the Heroes' future!|
|In this exclusive sneak peek, meet the newest Hero in this four part story BEFORE her television debut: Hana! Which of the cast will be her friends ... and which will be her foes? How will her abilities affect the balance of power? The answers begin here...|
Hana Gitelman's family is killed in a suicide attack in Israel. Seeking revenge and a way to carry on her progenitors' legacies, she joins the Israeli army, but her superiors, fearing her motives, decide she's better off working intelligence for the Mossad. She excels as a strategist, but yearns for more. Things change for her when she is punched by Mr. Bennet.
- In reality, Abd-Al-Hadi did crash the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem bus 405 off a precipice in a suicide attack, leaving 14 people dead and 30 more injured. However, Abd-Al-Hadi himself was not killed in the attack, but was arrested and convicted after being treated for his injuries. 
- Wireless, Part 1 is one of the few graphic novels to feature an evolved human who does not exhibit her powers within the comic.
- Wireless, Part 1 is the first graphic novel to be part of a series. There are four parts to Wireless.
- Wireless, Part 1 features a different title page than the title pages of the first three issues (Monsters, The Crane, and Trial By Fire).
- For images from Wireless, Part 1, see images from Wireless, Part 1.
- 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