Like A Power

PowersGravity is real. Instinctively jumping from the top of a building in an attempt to save Calista, Christian Walker forgets that he can no longer fly; fortunately, his old flame, jaded superhero Retro Girl, catches them both before they hit the ground. Retro Girl treats Walker to a rough landing on top of the building, but tries to take Calista under her wing to find out what’s going on. Walker’s new partner, Detective Deena Pilgrim, gets a rather electrifying taste of what it’s like to try to take down someone with superpowers. His existence – or at least his survival – outed, supervillain Johnny Royale goes public, registers with police as someone with superpowers, and makes sure that the inevitable confrontration with Walker caught on video…but Royale has worse things in mind for Walker than a mere lawsuit.

Order the DVDsDownload this episode via Amazonteleplay by Charlie Huston
based on the graphic novel by Michael Avon Oeming & Brian Michael Bendis
directed by David Slade
music by Jeff Rona

PowersCast: Sharlto Copley (Christian Walker), Susan Heyward (Detective Deena Pilgrim), Noah Taylor (Johnny Royale), Olesya Rulin (Calista), Adam Godley (Captain Cross), Max Fowler (Krispin Stockley), Michelle Forbes (Retro Girl), Eddie Izzard (Wolfe), Logan Browning (Zora), Bianca Amato (Delia Alexander), Claire Bronson (Candace Stockley), Aaron Farb (Simons), Justice Leak (Detective Kutter), David Ury (Dr. Death), Linds Edwards (Zerotron X), Tom Thon (Security Guard Albert), Pete Burris (Adlard), Leander Suleiman (Mack), Phillip Devona (Zabriski), Elizabeth Fendrick (Lenore Santos-Wagner), Mickey Cole (Levitation Boy), Eva Hamdam (Nicky Buggs), Shelby Steel (Chaotic Chick), Brett Gentile (Argento), Michael Beasley (Chaykin), Cynthia Barrett (Rev. Canon Gregg), Johnny Giacalone (Cancilarra), Jeryl Prescot Sales (Golden), Daniel Thomas May (Bug)

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