"Heroes," "Lost" Aren't Duplicates 

Saying that "Heroes" copies "Lost" is a little silly to those who know anything about pop culture ("Lost in a Sea of Imitators," Arts & Culture, Nov. 29). Both are produced by comic writers and are presented in the same time-honored way that all comics are presented. One is not copying the next; they are both simply following a decades-long storytelling tradition.

Christina Brooks

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