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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Martha can refer to:

Transferring the TARDIS base code numerals, Master.
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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Piggy on December 19, 2006
Martha's tea party on October 6, 2008

Martha is a television series hosted by Martha Stewart that debuted on September 12, 2005.

Appearances

  • September 13, 2005 -- Elmo appears on the second episode.
  • February 2, 2006 -- Kermit the Frog talks about his visit to NASA and promotes the Ford Hybrid.
  • July 10, 2006 -- In a "best of" collection of clips, Oscar the Grouch gets a lesson in composting from Stewart. Originally aired on Martha Stewart Living.
  • October 5, 2006 -- Kermit the Frog sings "Bein' Green" to some Girl Scouts.
  • October 24, 2006 -- Cookie Monster (David Rudman) watches Stewart make whoopie pies (which he has dubbed as "whoopie cookies"), and promotes the Old School DVD set. Cookie Monster placed a more focused stress on eating healthy, but assured the audience, "me not going to change name to Brussels Sprouts Monster."
  • December 19, 2006 -- Miss Piggy joined Martha to bake Chocolate-Peppermint Cookies
  • October 6, 2008 -- Abby Cadabby, Elmo, Grover and Cookie Monster visit Martha for a tea party to celebrate the release of "Abby in Wonderland" on DVD. (video)

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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

Martha is, in 2001, a resident of Liberty City. She phones Chatterbox FM and tells Lazlow how she also listens to the show when she has her colon irrigated. She is a fan of the internet and refers to Lazlow as Leslie.



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Lostpedia

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

From Lostpedia

Martha Toomey
 
 
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Sam Toomey - Husband
Connection
Hurley's informant about the Numbers
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S1 - S2 - S3 - MP - S4 - S5 - S6

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Martha Toomey is the widow of Sam Toomey. She lost her leg in a car accident, and tells Hurley all the bad things that happened since Sam used the Numbers to win money at a fair. She also tells him not to blame his bad luck on the Numbers, and to "make his own luck".


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to Martha Johansson (Earth-616) article)

From Marvel Database

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Real Name
Identity

Alignment

Affiliation

Universe

Base Of Operations

Characteristics
Gender

Weight
3 lbs (1 kg)

Unusual Features
Lacks a physical body, confining her to a fluid-filled jar with technology (invented by fellow Xavier Institute student Quentin Quire) that allows it to float.

Status
Citizenship

Occupation
Student

Education
Xavier's School for the Gifted

Origin
Origin
Mutant


First appearance

New X-Men #118
(November, 2001)

Contents

History

Martha was a mutant runaway who was captured by the human supremacist group, the U-Men. Their founder John Sublime had her brain removed from her body, keeping the disembodied brain alive in a capsule. She has the power to negate any mutant's powers, like Leech. Sublime controlled her through drugs and syringes and used her to subdue his opponents, the two X-Men, Cyclops and Emma Frost. The two X-Men eventually broke free of her control, after which Martha took her revenge on Sublime by causing him to fall to his death.

Martha Johansson

She later became a student in the Xavier Institute's Special Class. Quentin Quire invented a special hovering case to hold her brain, usually linked to a chain held by Ernst, a mysterious, super-strong mutant appearing like an old woman, who often repeated Martha's telepathic communications.

It is revealed that Martha was one of the students that had joined Xorn's new Brotherhood of Mutants, alongside Ernst.

However, Martha's loyalty would not last as she predicted that Xorn's scheme to murder every human in Manhattan as well as turn the planet earth upside down would fail miserably. Following Xorn's death, Martha was last seen traveling with Beast after the destruction of Xavier's institute.

Powers and Abilities

Powers

  • Telepathy: Martha is a telepath, and her powers in this area are shown as being quite advanced, to the degree that she is capable of overpowering Emma Frost's subconscious defenses (it should however be mentioned that Emma's telepathy was inoperative at the time, as she was in her "diamond" form and thus had solely the scope of her willpower to rely on) and manipulating entire teams of individuals.
  • Power Negation She has the power to negate any other mutant's powers, like Leech. The range of this power has yet to be seen, but it is known that she can do it at will, unlike Leech.

    Weaknesses

Has no body.

Paraphernalia

Transportation

Martha is carried around in a floating glass chamber.

Links

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Martha

Martha

Kanji

マーサ

Rōmaji

Māsa

English

Martha

Debut (Anime)

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's - Episode 035

Appears in

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's

Gender

Female

Seiyū (Japanese)
Voice actor(s) (English)

Martha was the caretaker of Yusei Fudo, Jack Atlas,and Crow Hogan when they were young. She seems to be Hispanic and owns a cottage in the Satellite sector where she keeps care of orphaned and homeless children. Martha is regarded as a parental figure by all abandoned children in Satellite and refers to all of them as her children.

Biography

Dark Signers

After Yusei Fudo sustains an injury from his Duel with Kalin Kessler, Crow takes him to Martha's refuge, so that he could receive the required surgery. As the gang are waiting outside for the operation to be over, Martha assists as a nurse to the doctor, who works on Yusei.

After Yusei wakes up, Martha scolds him for growing up as an adult, just so he could forget about his foster parents, as well as beginning the task of building his first Duel Runner. All of that, just so that he can put his life in danger by going to the B.A.D Area (to stop the Dark Signers as we all know, without the help of his fellow Signers). She also tells him that she can't understand why he didn't ask for help from his friends, when Yusei's ideals happen to be "believing in friendship". Even so, she reminds Yusei that no matter what he does, he can always count on his friends that they will be there supporting and backing him up.

She's present when Akiza's father Hideo, goes to Satellite in order to ask for his help. However Yusei refuses to help as doubting that he really can do something for her. Martha figures out why as she says to him that his heart is all closed up now. This is due to the duel against his old friend Kalin, as it left him with the fear of having to face against another friend. Martha tells Yusei that now the only ones who can help him are his friends. But in order for Yusei's heart to open again, he needs to face Akiza again as a friend. Before they leave, Martha teases Yusei, saying that "seeing that he likes Akiza, Yusei better go so that he can also get his future wife". Yusei tries to reject that opinion, but agrees to help nonetheless.

Later on,when all 4 Signers along with Leo, Trudge and Mina go back to Satellite they are greeted by Martha. She seems happy that Jack is finally back too, however the reunion is cut close as Yusei finds out that Rally and the others along with Crow have disappeared. Martha then notices that Akiza is there as well, meaning that Yusei was able to open her closed heart after all. Thus as everyone is later sited on the table and having supper, Roman suddenly appears in order to duel.

After Yusei has accepted to duel, he's accompanied by Akiza, while Jack and the rest takes Martha and the kids to safer place. However as 3 of the children, Taka, John and Mitch, have decided to watch the duel; Martha notices this and along with Trudge are gone looking for them to where Roman and Yusei's duel is taking place.

As his Spider geoglyph has formed on that area, she and Trudge eventually get near the dueling site but away form the Nazca Line. As she notices Yusei they both then see John and Mitch who are scare and trapped inside the spider geoglyph. Just then they hear Akiza who says to them that an Earthbound Immortal is about to be summoned, and that the kid's soul will be sacrificed. Martha worried now because of this tells Yusei to protect them, however with help from Jack and Trudge, Martha manages to save the children when "Earthbound Immortal - Uru" is summoned.

The impact caused by the summoning and attacks of the Earthbound Immortal damages the building Martha, Trudge and Taka were on. It slants and begins to fall over, and Martha crawls to the edge to save Taka. She manages to get Taka to Trudge, but falls off of the building and into the geoglyph and is sacrificed into Uru. Her last words were to Trudge, telling him to keep care of her children.

After Yusei and everyone else returns to her home, the children try to apologize for the occurring incident to Dr. Schmitt stating that its their fault for what happened to her. However Yusei states that it isn't and that the true culprits to blame are the Dark Signers. He then makes them believe that once the Dark Signers are defeated, than then Martha and everyone else will return back.

After Yusei and Roman's second duel ends, she finally returns along with Rally, Tank, Nervin, Blitz and other people sacrificed to summon Uru.

Third arc

Martha and Schmitt try to convince a withdrawn old man, Tetsuzo Kuzuyama, to move in with them, due to the dangereous nature of his house. After failing to do so, the children in her care convince Crow to talk with Tetsuzo. Crow, along with Yusei, Jack and Blister manage to talk him into coming to Martha's, where he will have plenty of grandchildren. Afterwards Tetsuzo makes a "Stardust Dragon" statue outside her house.

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