"Crisis" has taken a disturbing turn. It was beginning to look like, although temporary and not instantaneous, the kidnappers were going to cause a situation like the one on this show. Once arrested, the Chinese spy reversed the process and everyone's power across the East was back on. Lots of people died. The main objective was to disrupt the activities in and around D.C.
Quoted from the article: "“Revolution,” NBC’s sci-fi series about life after a cataclysmic event shut down power around the world, is getting a second life in comic book form.
DC Comics announced that it will release a four-chapter digital comic book in collaboration with members of the show’s writing/producing team, to be released starting May 4 on www.ComicBook.comand later on the show’s official Facebook page.
The first season of the show was filmed in Wilmington, and production moved to Texas for the second season. The show was canceled without a chance to resolve the storyline. In a press release, Eric Kripke, the executive producer, wrote: “While, unfortunately, we simply can’t make more episodes of the show (alas, there are financial realities we can’t overcome), we can do the next best thing. Which is end the story. On our terms. Exactly the way we would have.”