The sequel to both my Time Jumper trilogy and MovieCriticGamer's Time Jumper prequel.
Just when time jumper John Hawke thought he was at peace, having saved both the future and the love of his life, and solved the mystery of his forgotten past, the fabric of time and space suddenly rips open causing every time line and dimension to clash together, faced with the task of repairing everything John suddenly runs into former government scientist and the world's first time jumper Leland Reese and begins an intense battle for survival as they try to figure out who's behind this all.
Comparison Pitch - X-Men: Days Of Future Past meets Lego Dimensions.
MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for extended sequences of intense sci-fi action, violence and mayhem, brief nudity and language.
John Hawke - (Protagonist of Time Jumper, Time Jumper: The Hands Of Armageddon and Time Jumper: Rise Of The Renovamen Dimension) Young outcast with the ability to teleport through time.
Leland Reese - (Protagnist of Time Jumpers: Beginning Of An End) Former well respected government scientist from an alternate 1985 who got his abilities in a lab accident.
Libby Cole - John's love interest, Intelligent and free spirited young woman who can also teleport through time.
Diana Meyer - Young astronomer who is studying the concept of time travel and assists Leland.
Paramax - The main antagonist, an all powerful and mysterious interdimensional being (Think a combination of Supreme leader Snoke and Thanos).
Darkia - (Antagonist of Time Jumper: The Hands Of Armageddon) Secondary antagonist, rogue time jumper who now serves Paramax.
Special Agent Craig Mitchell - Government agent in charge of supervising time jumper activity.
Gertrude Upton - Former underling of Darian Larson.
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