This article includes a list of references, but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. 2011 American independent superhero film starring Jason Trost, James Remar, and Lucas Till. They soon discover television sets through which their nemesis, Rickshaw, whom the group thought Charge had defeated some time ago, explains to them that A Brief History of Superheroes PDF has staged a game all across town with innocents‘ lives at stake, and that he has also taken away their powers.
Författare: Brian J. Robb.
Charge and Cutthroat head off to the lumber mill, while The Wall and Shadow go to the scrap yard. Meanwhile, in the scrap yard, The Wall and Shadow are attacked by Manpower, who wields a flamethrower against them. Shadow tries to help, but without her own power of invisibility, she is unable to prevent Manpower from stabbing The Wall in the stomach. The group arrives at a cabin where three civilians are held, and they discover three coffins with their names on them, as well as a single gun. Rickshaw appears and tells them that he will spare a civilian for each of them that commits suicide at their respective coffin, but Charge takes the gun and executes the hostages himself, much to the others‘ horror.
He argues that Rickshaw would kill them anyway, and that he did it so none of the others would be tempted to take their own lives. Once there, they find two guns next to the TV set. Rickshaw appears and reveals he has Cutthroat’s sister hostage, then orders Cutthroat to kill the other two in order to save her. Charge and Shadow try to reason with him, but he attacks Charge, bitter about how he was always treated as a sidekick by him. While fighting, he picks up a pair of knives, throwing one onto Shadow’s shoulder and slashing Charge across the chest with the other, before Charge drives it into his chest. When they arrive at the location of the next TV set, Rickshaw orders one to kill the other.