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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Limbo appears to infact be above the planets, as a Heaven-like realm

Limbo, also known as the limbo dimensions, was a realm which physicaly looked like a White Void. The Trickster was generaly limited to limbo, only abe to manifest itself in the normal universe fleetingly. His Graske also had access to Limbo, and could materialize and dematerialize in and out at will.

The Trickster had sent Sarah Jane Smith to Limbo when she was removed from time. Maria Jackson was also sent here. (SJA: Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?)

The Trickster put Sarah Jane and The Doctor and the rest of the gang in limbo both in differant times. (SJA: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith)

Limbo is seen as being a complex of clouds

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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010
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The Floating Face is a character that has come to be known as "Nobody" (for his appearance: he has no body) and "Limbo," which are the names of two separate sketches in which he has appeared. The character consists of two eyes and a mouth made of string, and is controlled by invisible wires attached to gloves worn by two puppeteers. The puppet is performed live in front of a prerecorded film that is projected, layered or composited.

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Marvel Database

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Limbo is a location in the Generation One continuity family.
The Decepticons show off their seaweed collection!

Limbo is a holding dimension used during the process of mass substitution when time travelling. It is a black featureless void inhabited by green emotion parasites. The creatures attach themselves to any being that arrives in limbo and uses mental manipulation to stimulate the violent emotions on which they feed. Those ‘infected’ by the parasites experience their dreams as though it was a reality. Given enough time and sufficient violent emotion the creatures can create an actual reality from the dreams.

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When Galvatron, Cyclonus and Scourge time jumped back to 1986, they displaced Optimus Prime, Ratchet and Prowl to Limbo. Later Kup, Hot Rod and Blurr displaced Shockwave, Thundercracker and Frenzy. Target 2006

All six found themselves in the middle of a war between the peaceful cat-like Cloran and evil monkey-like invaders led by Zenag. At first they were drawn into the battle until Optimus Prime saw the similarity between this war and the Autobot/Decepticon conflict. He ordered the Autobots to stop fighting just in time, as the dream was being made a reality. He suffered a wound when Zenag attacked him, but as the fighting stopped the dream faded and they all found themselves in the void with the parasites attached to their heads. Distant Thunder! Once the time travellers returned to their own time, all six were released from Limbo.

When Galvatron later returned he dispatched Skids to Limbo. Skids remained there for several years until Galvatron was destroyed by a time rift. Time Wars Due to the length of time he was there the parasites were able to make a number of horrific creatures a reality. These creatures were later returned to Earth along with Skids. They were eventually destroyed by the Survivors. Survivors!

Before Galvatron was destroyed, Optimus Prime was once again dispatched to Limbo when Rodimus Prime travelled back in time to try and seal the time rift caused by Galvatron. Having been to Limbo before he was able to resist the mind parasites. Using the link to the Creation Matrix that both he and Rodimus Prime carried, he was able to communicate with the Autobots on Earth. He then later used the Matrix as a way of escaping from Limbo without Rodimus Prime having to return to his own time. This bypassed the mass substitution process causing the time rift to worsen. Time Wars


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