Alien Species Wiki - Aliens, UFOs, Space aliens Welcome to the Alien Species Wiki 5,546 articles since we began Alien Species Wiki is a website containing information on any alien creature ever imagined by mankind, from Star Trek's Tribbles to Wayne Barlowe's Emperor Sea Striders. The wiki format allows anyone to freely add or edit content! The Oracle of Bacon Hopefully, you've played around a bit with The Oracle of Bacon and discovered how few steps are necessary to link just about anybody who has ever been in a movie to Kevin Bacon, but could there be some actor or actress who is even closer to the center of the Hollywood universe? The answer turns out to be: yes. By processing all of the 2.6 million people in the Internet Movie Database I discovered that there are currently 369 people who are better centers than Kevin Bacon! What does it mean for one person to be a "better" center than another? Consider the following breakdown of people by Bacon Number (as of April 28, 2013): That means that there is 1 person who can be linked in 0 steps (Bacon himself), 2769 people who can be linked in 1 step, 305215 people who can be linked in 2 steps, etc.
Animal Planet on the Hunt for Mysterious Creatures in New Series 'Expedition Mungo' (Exclusive) Courtesy of Animal Planet Animal Planet has ordered a new series following an adventure cameraman's search for mysterious creatures. Expedition Mungo will follow Paul "Mungo" Mungeam — who has worked with the likes of Bear Grylls and traveled to more than 90 countries to capture wild, and sometimes hostile, environments — as he steps in front of the camera to explore myths and legends that he's heard about during his 20 years of traveling the world. In the series, Mungeam will lead a team of fellow adventurers to some of the most remote and undiscovered areas of the world in hopes of separating fact from fiction as he investigates "fascinating, bone-chilling tales of mythical creatures that have been passed down as legend and lore from generation to generation."
Marvelmania International First Marvelmania Club Catalog. Cover art by Jack Kirby Marvelmania International was comic-book publisher Marvel Comics' authorized but independently operated fan club from 1969 to 1971, which absorbed the Merry Marvel Marching Society begun in 1964. It included a six-issue fan magazine, Marvelmania Magazine. History Creation Gorilla Daze - Allan Harvey on comics Silver Age and Bronze Age And here we go with yet another celebration of that cover layout. This one again focusses on horror, but rather than the magazines this time we’ll have a look at some colour comics. We’ll stay with the Lord of the Undead for now, prise open the Tomb of Dracula, and see that he started his long Marvel career with this slight variation of the theme: The Tomb of Dracula #1, April 1972 That one was drawn by the inimitable Neal Adams, although I don’t think his style is immediately obvious. In October 1974 Marvel UK launched a weekly reprint title, but they held over Adams’s cover until the fourth issue.
Leviathan - Leviathans Wiki Origin Edit The word Leviathan in modern parlance is used to describe lighter than air vessels that acheive lift through the use of electroid, though the word is primarily used in English speaking countries. MASQUERADE PEACOCK LADY WALL MASK SCULPTURE Mardi Gras Carnival Venetian Art New See Details on eBay Watch Contact $54.99 Buy It Now 7d, $8.99 Shipping, 14-Day Returns, eBay Money Back Guarantee: Get the item you ordered, or your money back! PicClick Insights PicClick Exclusive
The Appendix to the Handbook of the Marvel Universe "A shared universe, like any fictional construct, hinges on suspension of disbelief. When continuity is tossed away, it tatters the construct. Undermines it." -- Peter David Snood's Comics Recommendations (No true comic fan goes without them)
Superhero and Star Wars Mall Appearances I 1970s to 1980s I Plaidstallions.com Carman sent in this wonderful clip of the Marvel Superheroes at Six Flags circa 1979, joy! David T sent in a big pile of goodies recently and I think my favourite of all is this cool pic of Captain America shaking hands at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson NJ in 1976. That shield is awesome.. Matt submitted these cool black and white shots of Captain America and the Hulk at the opening of the Bangor Mall (in Maine, of course) circa 1978. He also believes he has shots of Spider-Man and Darth Vader from the same event, stay tuned.
Cheap Characters - The MUGEN Database, the M.U.G.E.N content encyclopedia This category contains characters that are considered cheap. It's not recommended for many people the usage of them. A cheap character fulfills any of the following conditions: The character has unmanageable attacks. The character has ridiculously powerful unmanageable supers, some of which kill in a single hit. The character gains power at a ridiculously fast rate (lethal when combined with unmanageable hypers). Arnor Arnor, i.e. the Northern Kingdom, was a kingdom of the Dúnedain in the land of Eriador in Middle-earth. The name probably means "Land of the King", from Sindarin Ara- (high, kingly) + (n)dor (land). History Fun garden mushrooms to make Stupendous Stellar ‘Shrooms! Garden art mushrooms are a fun accent for your garden and our Flea Market gardeners have made them from glass, metal, concrete and mosaic. Solar lights can be added for nighttime glow. Marie Niemann collected these ideas to inspire you… for your own garden art project…you may already have the materials! Marie Niemann’s crystal mushrooms
THE AVENGERS:YEAR BY YEAR THE AVENGERS: YEAR BY YEARA "MARVEL TIME" CALENDAR Compiled by Paul Bourcier If you've always wondered about the nature of Marvel Time and about how the adventures of the Avengers figure into a time line plotted on a Marvel Time calendar, look no further! This portion of the Avengers Assemble website plots - year by year and month by month - the history of the Avengers as told in a variety of Marvel comics, portions of comics, and flashbacks, all listed in chronological order. First of all, I would like to acknowledge the work of George Olshevsky, the pioneer of Marvel chronology. His work, first in his own Marvel Comics Index (published in the late 1970s and early 1980s), then in the several Official Indexes to the Marvel Universe he produced for Marvel (in the mid to late 1980s), inspired my own research into the complex and intricate world of Marvel Time.