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Music

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Your Subculture Soundtrack, the music encyclopedia

Contents

Events of 2005

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
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Coronation Street

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Coronation Street Wiki

Events

See also

2004 Calendar
2000s
2006

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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Contents

History of the Doctor Who Universe

January

  • 01 - After missing a New Year's Eve party due to a mix-up involving her mother's boyfriend, Rose Tyler encounters a man who predicts that she will have a great year ahead. Unknown to her, this man is the tenth incarnation of the Doctor, an individual she has yet to meet. After she departs, the Doctor begins to succumb to radiation poisoning and staggers towards his TARDIS, encouraged by a vision of Ood Sigma. (DW: The End of Time)

February

March

  • Monday (exact date unknown) - The Doctor is in London pursuing the Nestene Consciousness. His investigations take him to the Henrik's department store where he saves Rose Tyler from an Auton attack. He then blows up the building. (DW: Rose)
  • Tuesday (exact date unknown) - With the help of his new companion Rose Tyler, the the Doctor stops a third attempt to conquer Earth by the Nestene Consciousness, recently reduced from a marauding race of conquerors to desperate refugees by the Last Great Time War. Rose joins the Doctor on his travels. (DW: Rose)
    • Clive Finch's website "Who is Doctor Who?", dedicated to uncovering the mystery of a man seen in historical photographs going back more than a century, is left without a webmaster when Clive is killed by Autons. (DW: Rose)
  • Wednesday (exact date unknown) - Rose contacts her mother Jackie from the year 5,000,000,000 using the superphone and makes a brief return trip to her own time (DW: The End of the World), but thereafter she disappears until 2006. After this time her boyfriend, Mickey Smith, is initially held as a suspect in her possible murder; Mickey subsequently takes over running the "Who is Doctor Who?" website. (DW: Aliens of London)
  • Some time after this, London, cabs are replaced with motorcycles in an attempt to relieve the increasing traffic congestion (NA: Cat's Cradle: Warhead)

June

  • Der Spiegel magazine gives away a personal organiser with every issue (NA: Transit)

Unknown date

  • The FLIPback Project begins at the Snowcap base at Earth's South Pole, at the same time that Cybermen left over from the attack on Earth in 1986 once more become active. (NA: Iceberg)
  • London police, including DI Billy Shipton, begin investigating the disappearance of a number of people who visited an old abandoned house called Wester Drumlins. The police begin collecting as evidence the vehicles left abandoned by the disappeared, at one point obtaining a police box from the scene. The case would remain unsolved until 2007. (DW: Blink)

Real World

January

February

  • PDA: Match of the Day is first published. Final BBC Past Doctor Adventures novel to feature the Fourth Doctor and, as of 2009, this is the most recent original Fourth Doctor novel. The PDA series is suspended until July to allow for the premiere and broadcast of the first season of the revived series.
  • BFA:The Game is first released.
  • 03 - DW: Ghost Light is released to DVD in Region 4.
  • 05 - At the conclusion of a Saturday Night Live sketch on public access television pledge drives, TV celebrity Paris Hilton dons the Fourth Doctor's hat and scarf and makes reference to the Daleks and the TARDIS. The sketch is widely circulated among SF fandom, in part via the recently introduced video-sharing website, YouTube. In the coming years, YouTube would become a major outlet for the distribution of fan-made music videos, clips and other material related to Doctor Who and its spinoffs.
  • 10 - Leonard Trolley (Supt. Reynolds in DW: The Faceless Ones) dies in England.
  • 11 - The Doctor Who Information Network (DWIN), the main Canadian Doctor Who fan club, launches its News Blog website.
  • 16 - The TARDIS Index File Wikia website is launched.

March

  • BFA: Dreamtime is first released.
  • ST: Short Trips: Seven Deadly Sins is first published.
  • BFU: The Longest Night is first released.
  • This month, promotion for the upcoming return of Doctor Who to television enters high gear.
  • 01 - DW: The Visitation and The Green Death is released to DVD in Region 1.
    • As early reviews of the new Doctor Who series begin to appear, IGN Filmforce reports that the American cable broadcaster Sci-Fi Channel, considered the most likely US broadcast home for the series, has chosen not to purchase it. Although there is talk of a related cable network, Universal HD, picking up the series, for the time being United States viewers will not be able to see the new series, with the exception of those close enough to Canada to receive the CBC broadcasts, which will now be the North American premiere of the series.
  • 07 - DW: The Mind Robber is released to DVD in the UK.
  • 08 - Big Finish Productions announces it have agreed a deal with Paul Cornell allowing the company to continue its range of Bernice Summerfield books and audio CDs for the next few years.
  • 09 - BBC Radio 4's Today runs a feature on the new series.
  • 12 - Whether by coincidence or by design (as the impending change of lead actor was already known behind the scenes), this week's cover of Radio Times features yet-to-be-announced Tenth Doctor actor David Tennant in a very Doctor-like pose promoting the mini-series Casanova - right next to a headline promoting the return of Doctor Who. This is the first of numerous Radio Times covers for Tennant over the next few years.
  • 22 - Project Who : Bigger on the Inside, the first episode of a two-part behind-the-scenes documentary on the return of Doctor Who, is first broadcast on BBC Radio 2 (later released on the CD Project: WHO?).
  • 23 - Billie Piper interviewed on The Chris Moyles Show on BBC Radio 1
  • 25 - Christopher Eccleston interviewed on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross.
  • 26 - DW: Rose is first broadcast, returning Doctor Who to television as a weekly series for the first time since 1989 and launching Series 1, aka Season 27. Christopher Eccleston debuts as the Ninth Doctor, along with Billie Piper as companion Rose Tyler.
    • In conjunction with the debut of the new series, BBC Three premieres its behind-the-scenes series, Doctor Who Confidential the same night. A new episode of Confidential follows the broacast of each new episode of Doctor Who.
    • The Doctor Who Story Broadcast on UK Gold.
    • Radio Times features Doctor Who on its cover. With the arrival of the news series, the Radio Times begins featuring the series on a more frequent basis (something not seen since the early 1970s).
  • 29 - Project Who: Reverse the Polarity, part 2 of the BBC Radio 2 documentary series, is first broadcast (later released on the CD Project: WHO?).
  • 30 - The BBC announces production to go ahead on a second series and a Christmas Special.
    • A publicity branch of the BBC prematurely announces that Christopher Eccleston will not be returning for a second series as the Doctor, citing his desire to not be typecast. This reason is immediately denied by Eccleston and the BBC ultimately retracts it (as of 2009 he has never confirmed his reason for leaving the role). In his 2008 book The Writer's Tale, Russell T Davies confirms that Eccleston's departure was intended to be kept secret until the final moments of DW: The Parting of the Ways.

April

  • BFA: Three's a Crowd is first released.
  • BFG: Lies is first released. This audio drama features the landmark first meeting between the first two incarnations of Romana, featuring Mary Tamm returning to the role of Romana I.
  • 2 - DW: The End of the World is first broadcast.
  • 4 - The BBC retracts part of its 30th March announcement regarding the departure of Christopher Eccleston, indicting it had released the information with incorrect attribution and without the actor's consent.
  • 7 - DW: Horror of Fang Rock is released to DVD in Region 4.
  • 9 - DW: The Unquiet Dead is first broadcast. First appearance of the Rift; first revival-series story set in Wales; first appearance of Eve Myles in the Doctor Who franchise.
  • 16 - DW: Aliens of London is first broadcast. This episode is significant for reintroducing UNIT (last referenced on television in DW: Battlefield) and for establishing that all modern-day stories in the Doctor Who franchise from this point on (spinoffs included) take place approximately one year ahead of their real-life broadcast date. First appearance of the Slitheen. For the first time since DW: The Gunfighters, a multi-part story carries different episode titles.
  • 21 - THN: Echoes is first published.
  • 23 - DW: World War Three is first broadcast.
  • 25 - DW: The Claws of Axos is released to DVD in the UK; this is the first classic series DVD release in the UK since the revival of the series began.
  • 30 - DW: Dalek is first broadcast. The Daleks make their revived-series debut. Bruno Langley briefly joins the series as short-term companion Adam Mitchell.
  • The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Canada begins airing the new series, the first time the CBC has aired Doctor Who since the mid-1960s. For the CBC broadcasts, Christopher Eccleston videotapes special introductions and promotions for a contest sponsored by TV Guide, the first prize being a trip to London to visit the set of Doctor Who. These broadcasts are promoted as the North American debut of the series, as no other broadcaster on the continent had yet picked up the revived series.
  • Christopher Eccleston becomes a Mencap charity ambassador.

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Unknown dates

  • Broadcast of the revived series in the United States is delayed when the American Sci-Fi Channel unexpectedly passes on picking up the series. Reasons cited in media and fan forums included the show being considered "too British" and concerns over the quality of the preview episodes seen. Sci-Fi eventually reverses its decision and the series is broadcast at a later date and the network subsequently picks up further seasons in a more timely manner.
  • Following the conclusion of the 2005 Doctor Who series, the BBC announces that it has commissioned the franchise's first full spin-off series, Torchwood, to debut in 2006 and star John Barrowman, reprising his role of Jack Harkness.
  • Fall: During production of the 2006 series, the media reports that Billie Piper will leave the series at the end of the season.
2004 21st century
2000s
2006

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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Timeline
Years: 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

(Stardates unknown)

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

Contents

Releases

January

Feburary

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

2005
1995 ... 2003 - 200420052006 - 2007

Contents

Creators

The following creative talent passed away in the year 2005:

Will Eisner

Titles

The following comic titles debuted with a 2005 cover date:

Albion Vol 1 · Angeltown Vol 1 · Batman: Journey Into Knight Vol 1 · Batman: Turning Points Vol 1 · Captain Atom: Armageddon Vol 1 · DC Special: Return of Donna Troy Vol 1 · Day of Vengeance Vol 1 · Deadshot Vol 2 · Green Lantern Corps: Recharge Vol 1 · Green Lantern Vol 4 · Hard Time Vol 2 · Human Race Vol 1 · Infinite Crisis Vol 1 · JLA Classified Vol 1 · JSA Classified Vol 1 · Justice Vol 1 · Kamandi Archives Vol 1 · Lex Luthor: Man of Steel Vol 1 · Loveless Vol 1 · Neverwhere Vol 1 · OMAC Project Vol 1 · Seven Soldiers of Victory Archives Vol 1 · Seven Soldiers of Victory Vol 1 · Seven Soldiers: Klarion Vol 1 · Seven Soldiers: Manhattan Guardian Vol 1

The following Comic titles were last published with a 2005 cover date:

Adam Strange (Collections) Vol 1 · Adam Strange Vol 2 · Angeltown Vol 1 · Bloodhound Vol 1 · Books of Magick: Life During Wartime Vol 1 · DC Special: Return of Donna Troy Vol 1 · Day of Vengeance Vol 1 · Deadshot Vol 2 · Fallen Angel Vol 1 · Green Lantern: Rebirth Vol 1 · H-E-R-O Vol 1 · Hard Time Vol 1 · Human Race Vol 1 · Human Target Vol 2 · Identity Crisis Vol 1 · JSA: Strange Adventures Vol 1 · Justice League Elite Vol 1 · Lex Luthor: Man of Steel Vol 1 · Monolith Vol 1 · OMAC Project Vol 1 · Promethea Vol 1 · Richard Dragon Vol 1 · Seven Soldiers: Zatanna Vol 1 · Sleeper Vol 2 · Stormwatch: Team Achilles Vol 1

The following One Shots were published with a 2005 cover date:

Batman: The Man Who Laughs Vol 1 1 · Bite Club (Collections) Vol 1 1 · Countdown to Infinite Crisis Vol 1 1 · Day of Vengeance (Collected) Vol 1 1 · Swamp Thing (Collections) Vol 1 2

Characters

The following characters debuted with a 2005 cover date:

Alexander Luthor (Titans Tomorrow) · B'dg (New Earth) · Barreer Wot (New Earth) · Beni Sholin (New Earth) · Bernhard Baker (DCAU) · Blue Fairy (Fables) · Boy Blue (New Earth) · Brin Londo (Earth-Prime) · Clarence McMullen (New Earth) · Crazy Quilt II (New Earth) · Derek Canyard (New Earth) · Derrick Coe (New Earth) · Deuce Canyard (New Earth) · Elysion (New Earth) · Erich Thonius (New Earth) · Firebug II (New Earth) · Gehenna (New Earth) · Gleen (New Earth) · Grumb (New Earth) · Habib Bin Hassan (Earth-50) · Hindenberg (New Earth) · Holly Granger (New Earth) · Ilsa von Hammer (New Earth) · Irik T. Roval (Antimatterverse) · Iris West II (New Earth) · Isamot Kol (New Earth) · Jack Chifford (New Earth) · Jackson Drake (Antimatterverse) · Jacqueline Pemberton (New Earth) · Jai West (New Earth) · Jillian Pearlman (New Earth) · Johnny Cloud II (New Earth) · Jongleur (New Earth) · Justin Powell (New Earth) · Kara Zor-El II (New Earth) · Karen Starr (DCAU) · King of Spades IV (New Earth) · Lady Charis (Earth-50) · Lagomorph (New Earth) · Lemnos (New Earth) · Lok Neboora (New Earth) · Lori Zechlin (New Earth) · Lucius Fox (Antimatterverse) · Maddox Cain (New Earth) · Michelle Torres (New Earth) · Miguel Devante (New Earth) · Mister Terrible (New Earth) · Misty Kilgore (New Earth) · Mowgli (Fables) · Nikola Hanssen (Earth-50)

Teams

The following teams debuted with a 2005 cover date:

All-Star Squadron (DCAU) · Axis of Evil (Maximums) · Maximums · Omni Mind and Community · Secret Six III · Secret Society of Super-Villains III · Shadowpact · Superior Five · Terror Firma (New Earth)

Chronology

The following events were published by DC Comics in the year 2005. This does not necessarily indicate that these storylines took place in the year 2005. 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

Event Source Date
Supergirl rescues Air Force One from a fatal crash. She doesn't know that Lex Luthor deliberately staged the accident in order to test her powers. Superman/Batman #19 5.05
Supergirl fights up against the Joker, Harley Quinn and Clayface. Clayface disguises himself as Batgirl. Superman/Batman #19 5.05

June

July

August

Event Source Date
The Insiders: After seeing Wonder Girl injured by Lex Luthor, the brainwashed Superboy overcomes his mental programming and fights back against Luthor. Outsiders v.3 #25 8.05
The Insiders: Indigo dies while resisting her Brainiac-8 programming. Outsiders v.3 #25 8.05

September

Event Source Date
Morgaine le Fey takes control of the Demon Etrigan and has him lay siege to Gotham City. Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman fight him until Randu can enact the spell that turns Etrigan back into Jason Blood. Blood of the Demon #5 9.05

October

Event Source Date
Supergirl fights Solomon Grundy with the JSA. Power Girl goes out of control, but Supergirl helps to calm her down. Supergirl v.5 #1 10.05

November

Event Source Date
A misunderstanding between the Teen Titans and Supergirl and Superboy erupts into a fight at the Kent farm. Supergirl v.5 #2 11.05

December

Event Source Date
Supergirl begins spending time training with the Outsiders. She develops a crush on Nightwing. Supergirl v.5 #3 12.05
Armed with a Kryptonite-powered warsuit, Lex Luthor baits Supergirl into fighting him. Supergirl v.5 #3 12.05

2005
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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Contents

Television & Movies

International Television & Movies

Awards

Appearances

Live Appearances

Events

DVD Releases

International DVD Releases

Books

Albums

Action Figures

Christmas Ornaments

Other Merchandise

Stage Shows

On the Web

  • From the Balcony test pilot posted, February 25
  • From the Balcony episodes 1-14, starts June 24
  • Muppets Mobile launches in the UK, September 23
  • Sesame Street Mobile Store launches, November 17
  • Muppet Wiki launches, December 5

Business

People

  • Jerry Juhl dies, September 26
  • Jim Henson honored at The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame with special wall statue, September 28

Parades


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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki


Events concerning the Grand Theft Auto series in 2005

Real World

  • The PSP is released in the U.S. on March 24.
  • U.S. release of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for the Xbox and PC on June 7.
  • U.K. release of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for the Xbox and PC on June 10.
  • The Grand Theft Auto Wiki was created on July 1.
  • Production of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was suspended and the game received a revised ESRB Rating of Adults Only.
  • The (OFLC) Office of Film and Literature Classification (Australia) revoked Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas "MA15+" classification (the highest currently available for computer games in Australia), and changed the game's status to "RC" (Refused Classification) on July 29,meaning that the original version could no longer be sold in Australia.
  • Rockstar Games officially released a patch for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on August 10. Nicknamed the "Cold Coffee Patch" by some, the patch fixed many performance issues and bugs. However, the most major addition was that the patch disabled the controversial "Hot Coffee" scenes, even if the "Hot Coffee" mod was reinstalled.
  • Rockstar announced a mandatory recall for all Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas games still owned by the general public on August 24. Consumers who had already purchased the game were allowed to keep it in certain areas, but with the patch installed.
  • The PSP is released in Australia and Europe on September 1.
  • New patched version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was released on September 12 and given an "MA15+" classification in Australia.
  • U.S. release of Grand Theft Auto:Liberty City Stories on October 25.
  • U.K. release of Grand Theft Auto:Liberty City Stories on November 4.

Game World

GTA IV Era


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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, or are scheduled to happen in 2005.

Major happenings in e-wrestling

Notable 2005 deaths

See also

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

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Ice Hockey

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

An Ice Hockey Wiki article.

These events occured in 2005 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

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Timeline article)

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

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to Category:2005 article)

From Marvel Database

1995 ... 2003 - 200420052006 - 2007

All Comics for 2005 Without Month Designations

Subcategories

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

2

2 cont.

2 cont.

Pages in category "2005"

The following 28 pages are in this category, out of 28 total.

B

  • Comics:Black Panther by Jack Kirby Vol 1 1

C

  • Comics:Cable & Deadpool Vol 1 20
  • Comics:Cable & Deadpool Vol 1 22

D

  • Comics:Daredevil: Redemption Vol 1 1
  • Comics:Daredevil: Redemption Vol 1 2
  • Comics:Daredevil: Redemption Vol 1 3
  • Comics:Daredevil: Redemption Vol 1 4
  • Comics:Daredevil: Redemption Vol 1 5
  • Comics:Daredevil: Redemption Vol 1 6

E

  • Comics:Essential Series Vol 1 Werewolf by Night 1
  • Comics:Exiles Vol 1 65

F

  • Comics:Fantastic Four & Iron Man: Big in Japan Vol 1 1

G

  • Comics:Giant-Size Spider-Woman Vol 1 1
  • Comics:Giant-Size X-Men Vol 1 3

L

  • Comics:Last Hero Standing Vol 1 4
  • Comics:Last Hero Standing Vol 1 5

M

  • Comics:Machine Teen Vol 1 1
  • Comics:Man-Thing: Whatever Knows Fear Vol 1 1
  • Comics:Marvel 1602: Fantastick Four Vol 1 1

M cont.

  • Comics:Marvel Monsters: From the Files of Ulysses Bloodstone Vol 1 1

N

  • Comics:New Avengers Most Wanted Files Vol 1 1

P

  • Comics:Punisher: Red X-Mas Vol 1 1

S

  • Comics:Secret War From the Files of Nick Fury Vol 1 1
  • Comics:Secrets of the House of M Vol 1 1

T

  • Comics:Tomb of Dracula Vol 4 4

W

  • Comics:Wha...Huh? Vol 1 1

X

  • Comics:X-23 Vol 1 3
  • Comics:X-Men Age Of Apocalypse The Complete Epic Vol 1 1

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

A list of the most noteworthy RuneScape updates and events in 2005:

Contents

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

  • 8 August - Behind the Scenes - August
  • 22 August - Return of the Letters page
  • 25 August - the Hiscores were changed to show the top million players in each skill, versus the top 500,000.

September

October

November

December


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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s 2030s
20th century - 21st century - 22th century

Contents

Events

January

  • Two Rakelli and a Green Warrior invaded an English Educational institute where the deisgns for the future Unity One Starbase would one day be created. The Rakelli intended to eliminate the building, but Captains Puto and Lewis managed to stop them.

February

  • Trunks arrives from the future using Kayl's portal on Narendra III, after having linked with B4. Now with his core programming back in tact, he attempts to kill off Sub Zero with the help of another android he creates from the Omega Bomb. Sub Zero escapes with the Klokian Timeship and brings in the Phoenix-X from the future, to help destroy Trunks. (Star Trek: Phoenix-X: "The Timeship")

Births

Deaths

Vessel Assignments


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith released in May 2005.

A list of events in 2005 related to Star Wars.

Contents

January

February

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

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

  • 01 - Revenge of the Sith released on DVD.[1]
  • 01 - Battlefront 2 released.[2]
  • 01 - Star Wars Galaxies: Trials of Obi-Wan expansion released. [3]
  • 22 - Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader published.
  • 28 - SciFi.com selects Wookieepedia as its Sci Fi Site of the Week.
  • 30 - Star Wars Empire 39: The Wrong Side of the War, Part 4 published.
  • 30 - Clone Wars 7: When They Were Brothers TPB released.

December


Years
2002 2003 2004 - 2005 - 2006 2007 2008

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