Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Hiro Heroes Samurai Sword Spoilers at Corinthian Hotel

Anyone want to see Hiro Nakamura's Heroes samurai sword? Hiro sure does. That's what Linderman is using to lure Hiro all the way to Las Vegas. Now we all can see it and some hidden paintings by future painter Isaac Mendez.

(Hiro's samurai sword wielded by capable hands)


Last week I posted about the new Heroes 360 Degrees Online Experience Internet presence for the Linderman Group. Now the key into Linderman's private collection has been released. Some Heroes spoilers lurking within...

OK do you want to see it? Go to the secret archive page of Linderman's CorinthianLasVegas.com (follow the link). Once there, enter "sword" for the special invitation code.

It may be a fake, since you only see the grip.

There also is a pretty interesting Japanese tapestry of the original owner of the sword, Takezo Kinsei.

Look at how the arrows are raining down on the samurai warrior in panel 3, but are raining down in the background in panel 2. More to come for sure.

Shout out to Michael on cross-referencing in the earlier post.

6 comments:

Clark said...

SO panels 2 and 3 are flipped. wrong order... its one big image with the swordsman in several places at once.
So Hiro travels back in time to become a mythical historical figure and is now on a quest to retrieve his own sword?

A said...

Isn't that strange? Hiro has an ancestral linkage to the sword.

michael said...

i dont think they are all hiro...one has a soul patch looking thing and the others dont. they are all also wearing different clothes. potentially, yes he could have stopped time and changed/shaved but that sounds a little far fetched. My theory is that the swordsman in the 3rd frame (of the revised picture) is going to betray hiro/legendary sword hero? he looks as if he is about to strike hiro or something.

Andy J said...

I don't know if this has been mentioned, but is the "swoosh" on the sword the same symbol that the Haitian wears on his necklace?

medinauta said...

The japanese canvas must to be watch in inverse order, duh...
1.the Samurai get the sword
2.His enemies sent arrows
3. With his sword the samurai sent the arrows back to the enemies
4. The enemies receive the arrows...

Hiro/Samurai's hability is not just bend time and space, but modify it... we can see that in the episode when he changed the time so the bullet that will kill Ando is sent back to the gun...

Daniel said...

ok so it is a single canvas. If you actual put the pictures in order you will see it is one picture with muliple people in it. The only person who looks like he could be Takezo Kinsei is in the last frame. Seriously cut and paste in paint if you need to and you will see it is a single canvas an there is no person in there twice.