(The sequel to Ascendant.)
Picking up immediately after the events of Ascendant, telekinetic superhero-in-training Caleb Conrad has succeeded in his mission to avenge the murder of his mentor/adoptive father, famed retired superhero Robert Richter a.k.a “The Bolt”, at the hands of his arch-nemesis, billionaire multi-industrialist Sebastian Samuels a.k.a “The Unstoppable”, though his actions and chaotic final battle with Samuels has resulted in Caleb being apprehended by government officials under the orders of retired superhero turned politician, Louise Langdon. As Caleb and his remaining confidants await to plead his case before the world's governments as to why superheroism should not be outlawed, unbeknownst to all of them, that during Caleb and Samuels' confrontation, an artificially created superpowered individual codenamed “Alo”, who was conceived using the stolen DNA samples of the all superheroes had died at Samuels' hands in an attempt to create an army of superpowered soldiers under his command, had been broken out and is out in the open scared and confused as to who she is and what she is caple of doing, eventually catching the attention of an elite super-secret technologically advanced terrorist group calling themselves “The Eclipse” who have manipulated her into becoming their weapon for carrying out their apocalyptic schemes. Eventually, Caleb catches wind of this and breaks out of his federal incarceration to pursue the Eclipse and Alo and put a stop to their plans all the while being hunted by every law enforcement organization in the world and also coming into the possession of and trying to decipher a cryptic final message from Robert Richter that may hold the key to completing his training as well as help him realize what it truly means to be a superhero.
MPA Rating: Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi action, violence, and destruction, and for language, sensuality, and partial nudity.
Caleb Conrad - a.k.a “The Ascendant”, main protagonist, a young, hotheaded and reckless superhero-in-training with telekinetic powers.
Louise Langdon - A retired superhero turned politician formerly known as “Platinum Angel” who is behind the movement to have Superheroes officially outlawed.
Natalie Smith - Caleb's love interest and the former personal assistant and public relations director of Sebastian Samuels'.
Bill Win - A loyal life-long confidant of Robert Richter and Caleb's and tech expert with a very dry sense of humor.
Naomi Samuels - Sebastian Samuels' estranged activist daughter who became an ally of Caleb's in his quest to defeat her father.
Alo - A superpowered woman who was artificially created by Sebastian Samuels using the DNA of all superheroes he killed, who after being broken free by Caleb and Samuels' battle was discovered and manipulated by the technologically advanced terrorist group called “The Eclipse” to become their ultimate weapon of mass destruction.
Elwood Draco - A disgraced former tech mogul turned leader of the elite super-secret technologically advanced terrorist group calling themselves “The Eclipse”.
Darryl Shaw - Louise Langdon's presidential candidate rival and a life-long superhero fan who opposes the movement to have superheroism officially outlawed.
Ilia Ivanov - An overzealous soviet-era mad scientist who is a reformed yet imprisoned former adversary of Robert Richter's.
Vincent Valentine - A 150-year-old retired superhero formerly known as “Perseus” originally thought to be dead but went into hiding after a severely botched mission made him lose all faith in superheroism and is nothing more than a faded and depressed shell of his former self, he's the world's first and oldest superhero and was both Robert Richter and Louise Langdon's mentor. (He's essentially this movie's universe's equivalent of Superman.)
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