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Context John Coffey is a Stephen King character, appearing in The Green Mile. Living in Great Depression America, he is a strange man with supernatural powers – perhaps some sort of angel. Appearing as a hulking Black transient, he is soon condemned for a crime he did not commit. A...

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This can be further complicated by the confusion that Filipinos themselves seem to have about some of these creatures, which often seem to get confused for one another or have names changing meaning from one island/province to the next. Finally, the colonization of the Philippines by Europeans...

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Background Real Name: Gath of Baal. Other Aliases: The Dark One. Marital Status: Single. Known Relatives: Unrevealed. Group Affiliation: The Grillards. Base Of Operations: The Great Forest Basin, sometimes Mobile. Height: 6’3” Weight: 225 lbs. Eyes: Dark Grey Hair: Black ...

(Mistborn)
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The history covers towards the end of the first book, but the DC Heroes write-up itself would be around the middle of the second book. The Powers summarize the metals she regularly has at her disposal. Other Powers would of course be available if she discovers other metals. Readers...

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King describes the work as his “most raw” writing, and having “a surprising power to hurt and horrify”. Carrie herself is heavily based on a composite of two girls King knew during his time in school in Maine. Though the novel was thrown into the thrash due to...

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Background Real Name: Remo Williams. Other Aliases: Shiva the Destroyer, Remo Black, Remo Blumberg, Remo Smith, Remo Blank, etc.. Marital Status: Single. Known Relatives: None (orphan), Jilda of Lakluuna (mother of Freya, deceased), Freya (daughter). Group Affiliation: CURE. Base Of Operations:...

(War of the Worlds and variant stories)
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More context Note that Edison’s Conquest of Mars, by Garrett P. Serviss, the infamous CBS radio adaptation by Howard Koch, the movie adaptation (and television series based on the movie), and John Christopher’s Tripods series (novels and BBC adaptation), while not specifically used...

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Context The Shining was Stephen King’s third novel, and a key step in establishing him as the biggest horror writer there is. It was adapted as a very successful, highly regarded movie in 1980 (though King himself was apparently lukewarm about the changes to the story). The Shining is...

(Literary version)
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The central characters are the Spartans, a breed of towering super-soldiers who may be humanity’s last chance against grave alien threats. This profile concerns the Spartans from the Halo *novels*, so there are significant discrepancies with the video game version, particularly in terms of...

(Postum adverts)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Powers and Abilities Mr. Coffee Nerves is a ghost with the fearsome power of causing anyone who’s ingested coffee (or assumedly, *anything* with caffeine in it) to become extremely cranky. He also has a jetpack, for...