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An action-packed graphic novel prequel to the blockbuster movie Push starring movie, or you could stand sitting throught it, you'll like the comic book prequel. In the world of PUSH, there are those gifted with special abilities. A secret U.S. Government agency known as the Division seeks out those individuals to enlist. In anticipation of next year's blockbuster new movie Push, comes this action- packed prequel miniseries! A secret war is about to begin, fought on battlefields.


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ronaldweinland.info: Welcome to the Official Site for DC. DC is home to the "World's Greatest Super Heroes,” including SUPERMAN, BATMAN, WONDER WOMAN. Comic Book. VIEW GALLERY. a In anticipation of next year's blockbuster new movie Push, comes this action-packed prequel miniseries! A secret war is about. Wildstorm, an imprint of DC Comics, published a comic book mini-series that acts as a prequel to the film. It was written by Marc Bernardin.

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Kira Camilla Belle is a high-level Pusher, a recent escapee of Division, and the only Division patient to have survived experimentation. He is sent to recapture Kira. She works as a fortune teller in Hong Kong.

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He used to be in Division and after getting out, his wife died in a car accident, and he knew Division was involved since his wife didn't drive. He has since moved to Hong Kong, hanging out in high class escort bars where he uses his shifting ability to pay his way. He implies that Nick's father had a similar past. He has a habit of saying "that won't last long" after he uses his abilities to help. His nickname is derived from Division's removal of his right "pinky" finger.

Agent Mack Corey Stoll is a Sniffer agent. Teresa Stowe Maggie Siff is a Stitch who helps heal Nick after an encounter with the bleeders, as requested by Cassie's mother, who told her to be in a certain place at a certain time and help whomever was there. However, she is seen as altruistic and only out for personal gain, rather than helping Cassie and Nick overthrow Division. While not necessarily superhuman in a traditional sense, the abilities of these individuals - particularly at more advanced levels - make them both potentially dangerous as well as invaluable in covert military operations.

As knowledge of the future invariably causes it to shift, a Watcher's visions within their sphere of influence is subject to frequent change.

Most Watchers keep handheld art journals to keep track of what they see.

Drinking alcoholic beverages temporarily increases a Watcher's powers. Both Cassie and Pop Girl are second generation Watchers, with Cassie's mother being the most powerful. Movers Movers are powerful telekinetics who are trained to identify the specific atomic frequencies of a given material and alter the gravitational field around it, usually causing the nearby air to appear "warped".

This allows them to move both animate and inanimate objects. Advanced Movers can work at the molecular level, creating shields in the air around them to deflect bullets or create power fists and kicks, a strike that delivers three times the power of a normal punch.

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Nick is a Mover, with his abilities at a basic level at the start of the film, developing Advanced abilities later on. Victor, Carver's right-hand man, is a more advanced Mover with abilities to create shields and power-strikes. Nick's father was also an advanced Mover.

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Pushers Pushers have the ability to implant memories, thoughts and emotions into the minds of other people in order to manipulate them. The skill level of the Pusher determines how many people the Pusher is able to control at one time, and how vivid the implanted memories are. A powerful Pusher can push a large group of people at the same time, basically creating a personal army. A Pusher is able to make a person do anything the Pusher desires, even commit suicide.

A Pusher's eyes indicate how powerful they are: their pupils will dilate to certain degrees depending on how powerful the push is for example, Henry Carver's eyes are rendered completely black, signifying that he is an extremely able and effective Pusher.

Kira is also a very powerful Pusher, controlling 12 people at the same time. Bleeders Bleeders have the ability to emit high-pitched sonic vibrations that cause ruptures in a target's blood vessels. While using this ability, their pupils turn into vertical slits, like a snake's, because of synthetic materials implanted in them to protect their blood vessels from the effects of their own ability.

They are also sometimes known as Screechers or Screamers. Pop Girl's brothers and father, the Triads, are Bleeders. Pop Girl's brothers are powerful enough to destroy locks on doors and shatter glass to pieces, showing that they are advanced Bleeders.

Pop Girl's father is a very powerful Bleeder, capable of collapsing an entire building in rage. Sniffs Sniffs are highly developed psychometrics who can track the location of people or objects over varying distances.

Like bloodhounds, their ability is increased if they have tactile access to an object that has been in direct contact with the subject. Sniffs receive information in the form of images, which is why identifiable landmarks help increase their effectiveness.

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Emily Hu is a highly trained Sniff, and she uses her powers for money. Carver's associates who kidnapped Kira are also Sniffs. Shifters Shifters can temporarily alter the appearance of an object by manipulating patterns of light interacting with it. Once the illusion is established, it remains with the object for a short period of time. For example, a Shifter could touch a one dollar bill and alter it to appear as a one hundred dollar bill until the effect expires.

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The object shifted must have roughly the same dimensions as the object it is shifted into. The length of time that the effect will last is based on the Shifter's experience.

Hook Waters, an ex-Division agent and Nick's friend, is a highly experienced Shifter, capable of turning a large suitcase into a fake one and managing to hold the illusion for 6—7 hours. He uses his abilities to make a replica of the clue in Cassie's drawing and tells them to go to Emily Hu Ming-Na , a highly skilled "Sniffer" who can help them find Kira. Nick and Cassie find Kira, who had a romantic relationship with Nick.

Cassie finds the key to a locker in which Kira hid a valuable case. With the aid of Cassie's visions, they piece together the events that led them to meet; Cassie's mother used her visions to set a complex plan in motion that will destroy Division. Nick comes up with a plan that involves seven envelopes in which he places instructions; each person in the group is entrusted with one red envelope, and none are to be opened until the right time. While Kira and Pinky leave in a taxi, Nick and Cassie share a goodbye.

Cassie tells him to "take an umbrella, it's going to rain", he replies with "you be careful too".

Nick uses a "Wiper" to erase his memories of the plan, ensuring that Watchers from both Division and the Triads will no longer be able to interfere. Hook retrieves the case which does not have 6 million dollars, but instead has the syringe Kira stole and brings it back to Cassie.

He shifts another case to match the case with the syringe.

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Cassie takes the shifted case to Nick's apartment and waits. Nick regains consciousness: He opens his envelope, which tells him to return home. He finds the case in his room but Carver introduces himself to Kira as a friend, stating that her memories are false; she is a Division agent who volunteered to take the augmentation injection and suffered amnesia as a side-effect.

Carver shows Kira her badge.

Nick goes to retrieve the augmentation drug and confronts Carver and Kira. Carver tells Kira and Nick that the relationship they believe they had never happened and a special evening together at Coney Island was a "push" memory. Kira reveals she has been using Nick the entire time and Nick takes the three to the building which contain the lockers and the case. They are ambushed by the Triads. In the midst of the fight, Carver injures Nick. Nick grabs the case and jams the syringe into his arm, which "kills" him.

After the fights ends, Nick wakes up. Cassie appears with an umbrella and smiles at him, "I told you it was going to rain" she tells him, revealing that it was part of the plan. Cassie retrieves the true case, revealing that Nick injected himself with soy sauce, as they planned. Asked whether they will see Kira again, Cassie tells Nick that they will see "little miss trouble-maker soon enough".

Flying back to America with a sleeping Agent Carver, Kira opens her purse, finding her red envelope. She remembers Nick telling her to open it when "she started doubting the truth" and opens it.

She finds a photograph of herself and Nick, obviously in a relationship, at Coney Island and a message that says "Kill him, See you soon!