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Seriosly, I can't locate a direct link to these anywhere. I get links to articles, whiich link back to the articles. No links to the actal comics. Nothing on comicbook.com, nothing on the FB page, no actual comics anyehere. I finally got around to watching season 2 on disc, and wanted to scream when I realied theyd left us hanging. Found ot abot the comics, but nwo I can't find them. Help appreciated!!
It was said on the comics that he is actually Charlie's dad! I was very excited/suprised but still sad that we did not get to see Miles's reaction on TV. Let's hope that revolution comes back!
Why do people actually hate Rachel so much? Just because she was doing wrong things does not mean she is bad. Think about what Bass and Miles did.. Miles left her alive (I know he thought she was dead but he could of at least checked). Miles and Bass wanted to kill two innocent children but Rachel forced Miles not to kill them.
So is Miles really Charlie's father? Did they know if it is. I'm so confused.
The day of the black-out, Monroe had no I.D. but showed a black tattoo on his left arm as his "I.D." Where did that tat go? A mistake of the producers that forgot that?
My new kitten, I named him Hairball.
i mean like he is always yelling at her like he thinks he can not trust her :T
1. One step ahead of Charlie + Connor: Will there love prevent Miles and Monroe from ever fighting again?
2. Neville is on the verge of tears of the death of Jason and Julia, whose side is he on?
And 3. The nanos strike back, is this the end of Aaron's life?
Will we get it on a new network now?
I am so sad because of Jasons death, what do you think Nano's will bring him back or "serrie creators" get rid of him for sure ? :/
Jason n'est pas mort et j'attend vite la saison 3 *.*
I mean, if you look at the romantic tension between Miles and Rachael. Also Charlie is way more of a natural badass than her father. I mean, the evidence it there. If it is a twist ending or deathbed confession it would not supprise me.
Anyone know about this? Is it any kind of cameo/tribute/whatever? Today, re-seeing 24 Season 2, I noticed the actor Billy Burke plays the character of Gary Matheson... funny
Near the end of Season 1, "Bass" Monroe says, when asking how his friend could turn on him, that he always tried to please Miles. Doesn't Bass seem more the sidekick? Before the falling out between the "founding fathers" of the Monroe Republic, two flashbacks to life events immediately after the blackout would lead me to expect Miles would lead:
1) Miles leaves the U.S. base on Cuba, and Bass follows.
2) Miles is the one that shoots the aggressor in the forest near the tent, realizing the old order is too decayed and someone must do something. "Bass" is more apprehensive.
My only answer is that the Miles of Season 1 is fairly apathetic, and that while power made him cold and ruthless before his exile to the bar in Chicago, it didn't course through his veins like legal heroin the way it did for Bass. As a result, as long as the Monroe Republic restored order and allowed the two, and others, to live as decent a life as post-blackout life could allow in the U.S. Rustbelt, Miles was content to see to military logistics, and leave the symbolism of state to Bass. Anyone know of any other explanation?