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In a very imaginable future, the world battles terrorism and unrest. Out of this chaos emerges a new hero: Jane Vasco, a.k.a. Painkiller Jane. Once the DEA's top agent, Jane Vasco is formidable, both mentally and physically. As a child, her father nicknamed her Painkiller Jane, describing her ability to mentally push through even the most painful situations. But her strength is about to be tested. Jane is recruited by a covert government agency dedicated to containing and, if necessary, neutralizing the threat of "Neuros" — individuals with superhuman neurological powers. No one knows what caused the aberrations that led to their enhanced abilities, which range from from telekinesis and telepathic suggestion to induced hallucinations. During her first investigation with her new team, Jane discovers that she too possesses an odd ability: she can't be killed. Unfortunately, she can still feel pain. Her newfound powers make Jane even more determined to learn everything there is to know about Neuros. Seldom malicious, Neuros often can't control their powers. Consequently, they tend to leave a trail of death and destruction. To prevent a panic, the government has kept the discovery of Neuros a secret, assembling a covert unit to identify and contain Neuros. Operating from a secure abandoned subway platform, the core members of the unit are Andre McBride, the seasoned team leader; Connor King, a special agent regularly armed with a smart remark; Riley Jensen, an evolved computer whiz in charge of surveillance and communications; Dr. Seth Carpenter, the unit's doctor and scientist; Joe Waterman, the middle-aged caretaker of the subway; and Maureen Bowers, Jane's former DEA partner and friend, who, like Jane, was recruited after discovering top-secret information about Neuros. Painkiller Jane is based on the comic-book series of the same name created by Jimmy Palmiotti and Joe Quesada.
The team respond when several incarcerated Neuros revolt and launch a prison break.
When Connor is in a Hungarian village called Bolnar, he's attacked by a creature and the team tries to find out if the beast is the effect of a Neuro's powers.
While maintaining a watchful Eye over NICO (the Neuro hospital/prison) Andre McBride runs into a beautiful and fragile woman he once knew, Sarah Rogers (Ada Tai). Her Neuro skill was that she could pass through solid objects like walls, and, with this skill, could also kill people by removing things like 'brains' directly out of people's heads. However, Sarah is a docile and gentle woman, accepting of her fate and has forgiven Andre for chipping her. Andre begins to once again have feelings for this woman, just like he did before, however, a series of attacks and murders occur, and the initial suspect is Sarah, since she can be seen on the surveillance cameras. But Andre refuses to believe that Sarah can be responsible, despite Sarah's vivid nightmares of those same attacks. Both Connor and Jane become concerned with Andre's judgment during this crisis.
Ever since Jane's meeting with Dr. Butler, her allegiance to the team has been in doubt. Now, Jane leads an insurrection by a group of particularly violent "un-chipped" Neuros. This creates a total lock down on the NICO facility. Andre, Riley and Connor find themselves trapped inside a special "neuro-proof" room. Realizing that Jane has turned against them, Andre and Connor decide to counter strike with a little Neuro help of their own. But is Jane really a traitor? Or will the team discover what Doctor Butler has done to her in time to stop the rebellion?
Noah Danby(Connor King)
Rob Stewart(Andre McBride)
Stephen Lobo(Dr. Seth Carpenter)
Sean Owen Roberts(Riley Jensen)
Alaina Huffman(Maureen Bowers)
Nathaniel Deveaux(Joe Waterman)
Kristanna Loken(Jane Vasco)
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