He can't be dead. He can't be dead. He can't be dead. He can't be dead. He can't be dead. He can't be dead. He can't be dead. He can't be dead. He can't be dead. He can't be dead. He can't be dead.
HRG didn't really die, so Nathan won't really be dead too. Right? Nathan still has Adam's blood in his system, right? That'll save him. Or Peter can pull out the bullets telepathically. Or... or... or... I don't care, he can't be dead!
Yes, it's sad that Niki's gone too, but she was getting annoying. I feel terrible for Micah though, losing both of his parents in months of each other.
Loved how everyone came together at the end. Well, in two groups. Gotta love when Hiro sees Nathan and calls out "Flying Man!" with the arms raised. And loyalties were divided everywhere. Hiro vs Adam, but Peter was with Adam, even though everyone tried to show him that Adam was a bad guy. Thank goodness Nathan finally made him see the light. I knew all that boy needed was his big brother to steer him back on the right path. He's always needed Nathan to guide him.
And yay that HRG was able to show his family that he was alive. But then he had to go and SHOOT NATHAN! Claire isn't going to like it when she finds out her dad killed her father. (But Nathan's not really dead.)
Also, loved when Maya realized the truth about Sylar. Damn, he is sexy when he's all evil.
I liked Elle going to HRG for answers, realizing that he was such a better dad than hers was. And she started to discover that helping people is a good thing. She liked when Mohinder thanked her for saving their lives. Will she switch sides next volume?
Hiro locking Adam in a coffin was righteous retribution. What else are you going to do with a man who can't die though? A highly torturous punishment. One fitting revenge.
And one final freak out... Please don't let Nathan really be dead!