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A Brief History This article is a list of fictional half-angels who appear in works of fiction, literature, television, comics, films, and legends. Digging Deeper Name Media Work Notes Belial Video game Painkiller: Overdose A half-angel, half-demon gatekeeper and main character in the game. Jack Kline Television series Supernatural The half-human, half-angel1 son of Kelly Kline and the fallen archangel Lucifer, who struggles to come to terms with his abilities and his family heritage. Laila Book Queen’s Blade Rebellion A half-angel who was taken to the celestial world to become an angel trainee under Nanael’s supervision Maya of Wind Anime Saint Beast A red-headed half-angel from…

A Brief History This article is a list of fictional extraterrestrials that appear in works of fiction and have traits similar to that of Terran mammals. Digging Deeper Literature Character Origin Notes Alloran-Semitur-Corrass Animorphs A fictional character in the Animorphs series by K. A. Applegate. He is the host body of Visser Three, who is a high-ranking Yeerk and the primary antagonist of the series. Elfangor-Sirinial-Shamtul Animorphs An Andalite war-prince, who gave five young humans (who would become the Animorphs) the ability to morph into any animal they touch in order to save Earth from the parasitic beings known as the Yeerks. Elfangor’s son is a human…

A Brief History This article is a list of fictional alien lifeforms from science fiction by physical features or form.[a] Digging Deeper Amorphous creatures See also: Category:Fictional amorphous creatures and § Shapeshifters The amorphous creature is a common trope in science fiction. Usually it is depicted as a living mass of jelly, slime or liquid-like substance that can take any shape it wants. Amorphous creatures are to be distinguished from shape-shifters that can change their appearance due to their body material to mimic a living or non-living thing however they like. Metaphorically, “amorphous” refers to any structure, body, figure, text or speech that lacks a distinct form or order. In Japan most amorphous creatures (especially those made of…

A Brief History Thomas “Tom” S. Newman (October 10, 1851 – October 3, 1930) was the former Mayor of Ashland, Kentucky. He also operated Tom Newman’s clothing store, which operated at the north side of Greenup, between 15th and 16th Streets. It operated a row-in business in the Flood of 1884.[1] Digging Deeper Newman was a supporter of U. S. President William McKinley.[2] T. S. Newman Tom Newman’s Dry Goods row-in service during the Ohio River Flood of 1884 10th Mayor of Ashland, Kentucky In office January 1, 1894 – November 9, 1897 Preceded by J. C. Whitten Succeeded by W. A. Ginn Personal details Born…

A Brief History Below is a partial list of fictional characters who have died in American comic books, specifically in the superhero genre, and, so far, have not returned. Digging Deeper Characters frequently die in comic books, but are also frequently resurrected. A death that is reversed is called a comic book death. Writer Peter David splits the blame for this phenomenon among creators, publishers and fans. Creators and publishers kill characters to increase drama and sales and to meet the demands of readers who call for evil or unpopular characters be killed. However, if a popular character is killed, fans often ask for his or her resurrection…

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