The saga behind the 2006 breakout series Heroes continues as creator Tim Kring returns to the fold and develops new layers to his original superhero concept. This highly anticipated 13-episode miniseries will reconnect with the basic elements of the show's first season where ordinary people were waking up to the fact that they had extraordinary abilities. This series will be preceded by a new digital series that will introduce audiences to the new characters and storylines that will take the "Heroes" phenomenon to new places.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Heroes Reborn - Tommy Clark (Heroes Reborn) - Netflix
Tommy Clark (born Nathan Bennet) is a character in Heroes Reborn. Tommy is portrayed by Robbie Kay. Tommy and Luke Collins are the only characters to appear in all thirteen episodes.
Heroes Reborn - Powers and abilities - Netflix
At first, Tommy's ability appears to be simple teleportation that he can't control. By touching an object, Tommy can make it disappear but has no idea where it goes. He eventually learns that it goes wherever he's thinking of in his mind and learns to control his ability. By touching his hand to his chest when using his ability, Tommy becomes able to teleport himself and others he's touching. At one point, he indicates his ability is strong enough to teleport the Eiffel Tower if he so wishes. It is eventually revealed that Tommy's actual ability is a form power absorption with similarities to Arthur Petrelli's power and Peter Petrelli's second power. In Tommy's case, he absorbs the power of an evo he touches, permanently stripping them of their ability, but he loses access to that ability when he takes the power of another evo. The only evo who does not permanently lose their ability when he takes it on is his twin sister Malina. Tommy has taken both regeneration from Claire Bennet and space-time manipulation from Hiro Nakamura. After the discovery that his active ability is in fact Hiro's and not teleportation as Tommy previously believed, his use of the power expands. Tommy gains the ability to stop time and time travel like Hiro could. He can also selectively unfreeze others as seen in “Company Woman” and can send others through time without him with just a touch, similar to how he originally used the teleportation aspect of the ability. After being trapped in Evernow, Tommy learned how to be in two places at once, effectively splitting himself into two distinct Tommy's that remain connected but can act separately in different time periods. Both retain all the abilities of the original Tommy. Tommy's absorbed version of Hiro's ability has a different visual effect with Tommy and anyone he uses it on traveling through a vortex-like effect rather than simply disappearing into thin air as Hiro had. Tommy's version is also stated to be stronger with Anne Clark telling Tommy in “Company Woman” that Hiro told her that Tommy can do “far more” than Hiro ever could. By holding hands with his sister Malina, Tommy can take on her ability of elemental manipulation. Unlike with the other powers Tommy absorbs, this is not permanent and after he lets go of her hand, Tommy resumes his previous ability. However, without a conduit to channel their combined power through, Tommy and Malina are unable to safely use this power and it will ultimately be fatal to them. With a willing conduit, together they can create a magnetic shield around the Earth powerful enough to deflect a massive solar flare. However, acting as the conduit for Tommy and Malina's combined powers is inevitably fatal to the conduit. Tommy's current absorbed ability is Hiro Nakamura's space-time manipulation as of “Project Reborn.”