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Music

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Your Subculture Soundtrack, the music encyclopedia

Contents

Events of 2004

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Undated

Ongoing

Births

January - March

April - June

July - September

October - December

Deaths

January - March

April - June

July - September

October - December

Unknown Dates

External Links

21st Century

2100 - 2099 - 2098 - 2097 - 2096 - 2095 - 2094 - 2093 - 2092 - 2091
2090 - 2089 - 2088 - 2087 - 2086 - 2085 - 2084 - 2083 - 2082 - 2081
2080 - 2079 - 2078 - 2077 - 2076 - 2075 - 2074 - 2073 - 2072 - 2071
2070 - 2069 - 2068 - 2067 - 2066 - 2065 - 2064 - 2063 - 2062 - 2061
2060 - 2059 - 2058 - 2057 - 2056 - 2055 - 2054 - 2053 - 2052 - 2051
2050 - 2049 - 2048 - 2047 - 2046 - 2045 - 2044 - 2043 - 2042 - 2041
2040 - 2039 - 2038 - 2037 - 2036 - 2035 - 2034 - 2033 - 2032 - 2031
2030 - 2029 - 2028 - 2027 - 2026 - 2025 - 2024 - 2023 - 2022 - 2021
2020 - 2019 - 2018 - 2017 - 2016 - 2015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2011
2010 - 2009 - 2008 - 2007 - 2006 - 2005 - 2004 - 2003 - 2002 - 2001

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Coronation Street

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From Coronation Street Wiki

Events

See also

2003 Calendar
2000s
2005

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Dr Who

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From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Contents

Doctor Who Universe

Real World

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Unknown dates

  • Alec Wallis, played Ldg. Telegraphist Bowman in DW: The Sea Devils and Warner in DW: Revenge of the Cybermen, dies.
  • John Slavid, who had small roles in DW: The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve and DW: The War Machines, dies.
  • William Marlowe, who played Harry Mailer in DW: The Mind of Evil and Lester in DW: Revenge of the Cybermen, dies.
  • RP: Daemos Rising is first released.
  • Throughout the year there is considerable media coverage and fan speculation surrounding the announced return of Doctor Who to television, especially as production of the first season begins. It is announced that Christopher Eccleston, a noted actor best known for appearances in films such as Elizabeth, Jude and Gone in 60 Seconds, will play the Ninth Doctor. Eyebrows are raised when it is announced that Billie Piper, a well-known pop star of the late 90s/early 2000s, would play the Doctor's new companion, Rose Tyler. It is announced that no crossover with Paul McGann's Eighth Doctor is planned at this point, nor are any other past companions expected to appear in the new series. Initially there are media reports that due to rights issues the Daleks would not be appearing in the new series, but after these are worked out it is announced that the iconic creatures would indeed appear in the new series. A surprisingly controversial aspect of the new series is the unveiling of a new series logo, which provokes extremely negative response from some fans, with BBC News even reporting that some behind-the-scenes personal had received threats over it.
  • The announced series revival results in Richard E. Grant's version of the Ninth Doctor being deemed non-canonical by the BBC and future "Shalka Doctor" projects are shelved, including a planned DVD release of WC: Scream of the Shalka.
  • MB: Kaldor City: The Prisoner, a 20-minute short play, is included on the CD release Paul Darrow: The Actor Speaks. Chronologically, it occurs after the events of MB: Checkmate.
2003 21st century
2000s
2005

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Memory-beta

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Memory Beta, the wiki for licensed Star Trek content.

Timeline
Years: 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

(Stardates unknown)

Decades: 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s 2030s
Centuries: 20th century - 21st century - 22nd century

Contents

In-Universe

Events

References and Notes

Stories

Title Series Date Media Notes Image
Carpenter Street

(Past)
Enterprise 2004 episode Jonathan Archer and T'Pol arrive from the 22nd century to avert a Xindi-Reptilian plan in Earth's past.

Releases

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Connections


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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From DC Database

2004
1994 ... 2002 - 200320042005 - 2006

Contents

Creators

The following creative talent passed away in the year 2004:

Irv Novick · Julius Schwartz

Titles

The following comic titles debuted with a 2004 cover date:

Adam Strange Vol 2 · Batman: Harley and Ivy Vol 1 · Bite Club Vol 1 · Bloodhound Vol 1 · Books of Magick: Life During Wartime Vol 1 · Coup d'État Vol 1 · DC Comics Presents Vol 2 · DC: The New Frontier Vol 1 · Doom Patrol Vol 4 · Ex Machina Vol 1 · Firestorm Vol 3 · Green Lantern: Rebirth Vol 1 · Hard Time Vol 1 · Identity Crisis Vol 1 · JSA: Strange Adventures Vol 1 · Justice League Elite Vol 1 · Justice League Unlimited Vol 1 · Justice League: Another Nail Vol 1 · Kinetic Vol 1 · Manhunter Vol 3 · Monolith Vol 1 · Plastic Man Vol 4 · Richard Dragon Vol 1 · Sleeper Vol 2 · Solo Vol 1

The following Comic titles were last published with a 2004 cover date:

Bad Girls Vol 1 · Batman Adventures Vol 2 · Batman: Harley and Ivy Vol 1 · Bite Club Vol 1 · Cinnamon Vol 1 · Coup d'État Vol 1 · DC Comics Presents Vol 2 · DC: The New Frontier Vol 1 · Demon: Driven Out Vol 1 · Formerly Known as the Justice League Vol 1 · Harley Quinn Vol 1 · JSA: All Stars Vol 1 · Justice League Adventures Vol 1 · Justice League: Another Nail Vol 1 · Kinetic Vol 1 · Legion Vol 1 · Red Vol 1 · Reign of the Zodiac Vol 1 · Sleeper Vol 1 · Smallville Vol 1 · Smax Vol 1 · Superman and Batman: Generations Vol 3 · Superman: Birthright Vol 1 · Superman: Metropolis Vol 1 · Terra Obscura Vol 1

The following One Shots were published with a 2004 cover date:

Authority/Lobo: Jingle Hell Vol 1 1 · Batman Beyond: The Animated Series Guide · Batman: The 12-Cent Adventure Vol 1 1 · DC Comics Presents Superman Vol 2 1 · DC Comics Presents: Atom Vol 2 1 · DC Comics Presents: Batman Vol 2 1 · DC Comics Presents: Flash Vol 2 1 · DC Comics Presents: Hawkman Vol 2 1 · DC Comics Presents: Mystery in Space Vol 2 1 · Golden Age Sandman Archives Vol 1 1 · Justice League: The Animated Series Guide · Legion Secret Files Vol 1 3003 · Planetary: Crossing Worlds (Collected) Vol 1 1 · Plastic Man 80-Page Giant Vol 1 1 · Teen Titans/Legion Special Vol 1 1

Characters

The following characters debuted with a 2004 cover date:

Abin Sur (New Frontier) · Adam Strange (New Frontier) · Alexander Allston (New Earth) · Alexander Luthor (Futuresmiths) · Alice Cohen II (New Earth) · Alvin Rusch (New Earth) · Anton Geist (New Earth) · Aron Abromowitz (New Earth) · Ayla Ranzz (Earth-Prime) · Barry Allen (New Frontier) · Bartholomew Allen (Titans Tomorrow) · Benjamin Addison (New Earth) · Bruce Wayne (New Frontier) · Carol Erikson (New Earth) · Cassandra Sandsmark (Titans Tomorrow) · Centre (New Frontier) · Crucifer (New Earth) · Daniel Brickwell (New Earth) · Diana of Paradise Island (New Frontier) · Dirk Morgna (New Earth) · Duela Dent (Titans Tomorrow) · Dylan Battles (New Earth) · Eduardo Del Toro, Jr. (Bite Club) · Eduardo Del Toro, Sr. (Bite Club) · Elias Orr (New Earth) · Equus (New Earth) · Flying Cloud (New Frontier) · Garfield Logan (Titans Tomorrow) · Garth Ranzz (New Earth) · Gim Allon (New Earth) · Hal Jordan (New Frontier) · Henry Bucher (New Earth) · Imra Ardeen (New Earth) · J'onn J'onzz (New Frontier) · Jan Arrah (New Earth) · Jason Rusch (New Earth) · Jo Nah (New Earth) · John Wilson (New Frontier) · Jon, the Vyking Prince (New Frontier) · Kal-L (New Frontier) · Kara Zor-El (New Earth) · Katherine Spencer (New Earth) · Kemeny Zsigmond von Chaos (Earth-50) · King Faraday (New Frontier) · Kon-El (Titans Tomorrow) · Leonard Snart (New Frontier) · Linda Friitawa (New Earth) · Linda Frittawa (New Earth) · Lorena Marquez (New Earth) · Lorena Marquez (Titans Tomorrow)

Teams

The following teams debuted with a 2004 cover date:

Circle of Six · Legion of Super-Heroes (New Earth) · Tenth Circle · Titans Tomorrow

Chronology

The following events were published by DC Comics in the year 2004. This does not necessarily indicate that these storylines took place in the year 2004. The passage of time in the DC Universe is nebulous and subject to change and interpretation. Events from historical time periods are indexed under their corresponding years.

January

February

March

April

May

June

Event Source Date
A highly advanced construct causes 1 million people to spontaneously disappear from the planet Earth, including reporter Lois Lane. This event becomes known as the Vanishing. Superman (Volume 2) #204 6.04

July

August

Event Source Date
While trying to quell a civil war in a foreign nation, Superman faces the bio-beast Equus for the first time. Superman (Volume 2) #206 8.04

September

October

November

December


2004
Previous | Next


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Muppet

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From Muppet Wiki

Contents

Television & Movies

International Television & Movies

Appearances

Live appearances

DVDs

Books

Albums

Action Figures

Christmas Ornaments

Other Merchandise

On the Web

Business

Attractions and Events

Parades


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GTA

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From Grand Theft Wiki

Events concerning the Grand Theft Auto series in 2004

Real World

  • Information divulged on 10 GTA-related trademarks registered by Take-Two on January 12.
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is released in Australia for the PlayStation 2 on February 6.
  • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas release date is announced on March 1.
  • Information about Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas began circulating in magazines and on websites on May 11.
  • The PSP is unveiled at a Sony press conference during E³ on May 11.
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is released in Japan for the PlayStation 2 and the PC on May 20.
  • Take-Two announced in its third quarter financial results for 2004 that the release date of the PlayStation 2 version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas would be pushed back on September 9.
  • Originally scheduled U.S. release date of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on October 19.
  • Originally scheduled release date of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas in Europe on October 22.
  • Actual U.S. release of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for the PlayStation 2 on October 26.
  • U.S. release of Grand Theft Auto Advance on October 26.
  • Originally scheduled release date for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas in Australia on October 29.
  • Actual release of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas in Europe for the PlayStation 2 on October 29.
  • On November 3, the Calaveras Enterprise newspaper reported that the Merchants' Association in the real-life town of San Andreas, California has become alarmed about the popularity of the video game, but has conceded that there is little it can do. Also, it turns out there is a retired pastor named Carl Johnson in the real San Andreas.
  • Actual release of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas in Australia for the PlayStation 2 on November 15.
  • The PSP is realeased in Japan on December 12.

Game World

GTA IV Era


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Halo

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Inside the Halo Universe

  • As shown in the I Love Bees viral campaign, a temporal rip in space-time somehow sends part of the UNSC Apocalypso’s AI, Melissa back to this year. A Covenant AI known as the Seeker comes along for the ride. Melissa was so fragmented and malfunctioning that a built-in program called the System-Peril-Distributed-Reflex was engaged to repair her. The SPDR recognized the Seeker as a harmful foreign application and attempted to kill it. The Seeker knew it could not kill the SPDR itself, so it convinced Melissa that it was an updated version of the SPDR so Melissa would disable "the old version". The Seeker did the SPDR's work in repairing the Melissa and accomplishing various tasks for her, but it also corrupted her goals with its own. Melissa was so fragmented that a buried personality, from the human brain her mind was built from, broke off into another being. This child-like personality called herself the Sleeping Princess and preferred to see things as a fairy tale. The Sleeping Princess, desperate for a friend, befriended the Seeker, whom she named the Pious Flea. The Seeker, who sought the truth, would ask the Princess for information; the Princess taught it human concepts such as fear and humor. In return, the Seeker protected the Princess from Melissa, who wanted to bury her in code. When Melissa managed to imprison the Princess, the Seeker went against its nature and absorbed the Princess without killing her. Instead, it joined the Sleeping Princess' and Melissa's minds together. The resulting being recognized the Seeker as a hostile Covenant AI and attempted to kill the Seeker, but it managed to hide. When the Slipsace rip closed, Melissa was thrown back to her own time. The Seeker, however, was left in the server with the SPDR. This time, the SPDR promptly killed the Seeker.

Real Events

  • October: The Halo 2 Cinematic Trailer is released.
  • November 9: Halo 2 is released in the US and Canada.
  • November 11: Halo 2 is released in Europe.
  • Halo: Custom Edition is released.
  • Bungie officially confirms the development of the Halo film.

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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

This article contains information on e-wrestling events that happened in 2004.

Major happenings in e-wrestling

Notable 2004 deaths

See also

  • Help:Year articles - Information on editing and adding information to year articles.

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Ice Hockey

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An Ice Hockey Wiki article.

These events occured in 2004 in the world of hockey:

Contents

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December


Ice hockey timeline
Pre-1875 hockey history
Modern hockey history
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Lostpedia

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From Lostpedia

Timeline

The chronology of Lost is divided into five major parts: Pre-crash, Post-crash, Post-moving, Post-return and Alternate timeline. The 2004 Post-crash timeline is divided into monthly segments.

On September 22, 2004, Oceanic Airlines flight 815 departed from Kingsford Smith International Airport in Sydney, Australia, bound for Los Angeles, California. Scheduled flight time was 13 hours. Six hours into the flight, the plane lost radio and radar contact. Two hours later the airplane experienced a catastrophic mid-air break-up into several pieces, crashing onto an island in the Pacific Ocean. Total flight time: 8 hours.

  • Pre-crash timeline, chronology of events prior to the crash of Flight 815. These events are depicted in flashbacks or referenced later.
  • Post-crash timeline, chronology of events after the crash of Flight 815, depicted during the first four seasons.
  • September 2004 - Day 1 to Day 9
  • October 2004 - Day 10 to Day 40
  • November 2004 - Day 41 to Day 70
  • December 2004 - Day 71 to Day 101
  • Diverging timelines. After the Season 4 finale, the Oceanic Six and those left on the Island are separated by both time and space. The three years apart were covered in various ways.
  • On-island: Timeshifts, 1974-1977 - Chronology of island events as experienced by time-jumping islanders, up to the sudden arrival of the Oceanic 6 in 1977. Depicted during the first part of Season 5.
  • Off-island: 2005-2007 - Chronology of events taking place off the island after the rescue of the Oceanic Six. Depicted variously in flashforwards, real-time events, and flashbacks.

In 2007, Ajira Airways Flight 316 departed from LAX in Los Angeles, California bound for Guam, a U. S. territory in the western Pacific. Ten hours into the flight, the airplane began to experience heavy turbulence and a flash of bright light engulfed the plane sending some of them back in time, to 1977, while the plane and the rest of the passengers stayed in the present. The pilot Lapidus then guided the plane to an emergency crash landing onto Hydra Island runway in the Pacific Ocean.

  • Post-return timeline, chronology of events on the Island after Ajira Airways Flight 316 lands. This follows events both in 1977 and 2007, as depicted in the later half of Season 5. Shortly after arriving, those who had travelled back to 1977 were able to cause The Incident which transported them back to 2007.
  • Alternate timeline, chronology of events in the alternate timeline caused by the detonation of a hydrogen bomb on the island in 1977. One consequence of this is that Oceanic Flight 815 never crashes.

External Links

ABC's Lost timeline


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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

1994 ... 2002 - 200320042005 - 2006

All Comics for 2004 Without Month Designations

Subcategories

This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total.

2

2 cont.

2 cont.

Pages in category "2004"

The following 24 pages are in this category, out of 24 total.

A

  • Comics:Ant Man Vol 1 2
  • Comics:Ant Man Vol 1 3
  • Comics:Ant Man Vol 1 4

H

  • Comics:Hulk and Thing: Hard Knocks Vol 1 1
  • Comics:Hulk and Thing: Hard Knocks Vol 1 2
  • Comics:Hulk and Thing: Hard Knocks Vol 1 3
  • Comics:Hulk and Thing: Hard Knocks Vol 1 4
  • Comics:Hulk: Nightmerica Vol 1 5

H cont.

  • Comics:Hulk: Nightmerica Vol 1 6

M

  • Comics:Marvel Age Hulk Vol 1 2
  • Comics:Marvel Age Hulk Vol 1 3
  • Comics:Marvel Age Hulk Vol 1 4
  • Comics:Marvel Team-Up Vol 3 1
  • Comics:Marvel Team-Up Vol 3 2
  • Comics:Mary Jane Vol 1 1
  • Comics:Mary Jane Vol 1 2
  • Comics:Mary Jane Vol 1 3

M cont.

  • Comics:Mary Jane Vol 1 4

S

  • Comics:She-Hulk Vol 1 2
  • Comics:She-Hulk Vol 1 3
  • Comics:She-Hulk Vol 1 4
  • Comics:She-Hulk Vol 1 5
  • Comics:She-Hulk Vol 1 6
  • Comics:Spider-Man 2: The Movie Vol 1 1

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Runescape

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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

List of things that happened in RuneScape in 2004:

Contents

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

See also


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ST Expanded

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The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See Memory-Alpha.org for the canon Star Trek wiki.

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s 2030s
20th century - 21st century - 22nd century

Contents

Events

January

  • Lei, a police officer on Earth, chases his long-time enemy, Raiden, accidentally into a parked Timeship that is operated by a Suliban named Kelik. An incident sends them all into the 24th century, the year 2379, where Raiden and Lei are separated. (Star Trek: Reloaded: "Chapter 1")

November

Births

Deaths

Vessel Assignments


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Starwars

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From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Star Wars: Battlefront released in September 2004.

A list of events in 2004 related to Star Wars.

Contents

February

March

May

June

July

  • 24 - Star Wars: Jedi: Yoda published.

August

September

  • 20 - Star Wars: Battlefront released on the PC, Xbox, and PS2 platforms.
  • 21 - The Original trilogy is released on DVD for the first time.
  • 28 - MedStar II: Jedi Healer published.

October

November

  • 23 - Yoda: Dark Rendezvous published.

December

  • 06 - Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords released on Xbox platform.

Years
2001 2002 2003 - 2004 - 2005 2006 2007

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Transformers

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From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

« 2004 »
  • 2004 media •
  • 2004 comics •
  • 2004 books •
  • 2004 games •
  • 2004 collections •
  • 2004 toys •
  • 2004 merchandise

The year 2004 (MMIV) is the 21st year since the Transformers brand began.

For further information, see: Transformers timeline

Contents

First Run

Media

Television

  •  ?

Movies

  • NA

Direct-to-video

  • NA

Comics

Devil's Due

  • G.I. Joe vs. the Transformers: The Art of War (4 issues, convention preview #0)

Dreamwave

  •  ?

Books

  •  ?

Games

Online Games

  •  ?

Toys

Convention Exclusives

BotCon 2004

Collections

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Yugioh

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