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Dr Who

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New York might refer to one of several different localities.

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The flag of the United States of America circa 2033.

The State of New York is geopolitical subdivision of the United States of America on Earth. The state includes the major settlement New York City. The Federation starships USS New York were named for this region.

Jonathan Archer was born in upstate New York, and retired there following his term as Federation President in 2192. (ENT episode: "In A Mirror, Darkly, Part II")

Gary Mitchell was born in the city of Eldman, New York, in 2234. In 2249, he participated in the New York State racquetball singles championship. (TOS novel: My Brother's Keeper, #1: Republic).

Real World

A number of Star Trek authors and editors live in New York State:


The RPG The Dominion War Sourcebook: The Fires of Armageddon, published by Last Unicorn Games after they had lost their Star Trek licence, states that when the Breen attacked Earth in late-2375, one of their targets was New York.


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  • In Earth-AD continuity, New York is part of the greater Tiger Empire dominating most of the Eastern United States.


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Animal, apparently, loves New York.

New York is the 11th state of the United States of America.

  • An older New York Yankees logo appears on the bulletin board in the background of The Muppet Show: Sex and Violence. Shortly after this is seen, it switches to a New York Knicks logo.
  • Statler is named after the Statler Hotel in Buffalo, NY. Waldorf and his wife Astoria are named after the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City.
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New York is the 11th state to be admitted into the United States of America. It is home to one of Earth's largest cities, as well as the largest city in the United States, New York City.

The Morelli family all live or were born here.[1] It is possible that the United Nations Space Command supreme headquarters is located in New York City, where the current day United Nations HQ is located.

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New York is a state in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern regions of the United States. With 62 counties, it is the country's third most populous state.


New York is home to three NHL teams. The Rangers play in New York City, the Islanders play on Long Island and the Sabres play in Buffalo. New York is also home to the Albany River Rats, Binghamton Senators, Rochester Americans and, Syracuse Crunch of the American Hockey League The ECHL team Elmira Jackals also plays in NY.


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  • Sawyer, his mother, and father lived in Jasper, it is where Cooper conned the Fords out of $38,000 ("The Brig")















  • Ben repeatedly lied and claimed this identity, saying that he owned a mining company from Minnesota.
  • Set photos revealed that the hot air balloon had a sticker from the sponsor, Minnesota Metallurgy. (behind-the-scenes fan picture)
  • Kate had a Minnesota license plate. ("Born to Run")
  • In the polar bear cave, a Tonka truck was found on the ground by Locke. TONKA brand toys are made by the "Mound Metalcraft Company" in Mound, Minnesota. Mound is located on the same Lake (Minnetonka) as Wayzata. The word TONKA means "Great" in the Sioux language. ("Further Instructions")
  • Nikki played a fictional character named Corvette, described as "the pride of St. Paul". ("Exposé")



  • Kate changes her car's license plate from Nebraska to Ohio. ("Born to Run")


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  • Kate changes her car's license plate from Nebraska to Ohio, and enters a motel, presumably in this state, to shower and receive a letter. ("Born to Run")








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New York is a region of the North American continent on Earth, a state in the United States of America, and the location of New York City, Cooperstown and Camden City.

Jonathan Archer was born in upstate New York. (ENT: "North Star")

West Point Military Academy is also in New York State; Major Hayes was trained there as a MACO recruit. (ENT: "Hatchery")

In 2375, the city was attacked by the Breen due to it been a large population center. (The Dominion War Sourcebook: The Fires of Armageddon)

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From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

New York City, New York, is a major city in the United States of America on Earth. Loved by some, repulsively filthy to others, it has often served as the site of Transformer activity, battles, and even bases.

I guess the Lord must be in New York City.

Real-life New York City landmarks featured in various incarnations of Transformers include:

  • The Statue of Liberty — A huge statue on an island in New York Harbor. It's been spray-painted by the Battlechargers and coated with corrostop. Decepticon Graffiti! Cosmic Rust
  • The Brooklyn Bridge — A massive suspension bridge connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn. It was the scene of Starscream's Underbase-fuelled attack on a large team of Transformers. Dark Star
  • The Empire State Building — The city's tallest skyscraper, excepting the World Trade Center towers. It was converted into a Cybertronian structure by Megatron, then converted back to normal by the Autobots; it was also climbed by Iguanus and the Sports Car Patrol. City of Steel King 'Con!
  • The Chrysler Building — A famous Art Deco skyscraper. It was set on fire by Megatron's car drones; Inferno put the fire out. It's also made an appearance on a comic book cover. Make Tracks G.I. Joe vs. the Transformers II issue 2
  • Battery Park — A park at the southern tip of Manhattan. Shockwave and Scorponok duked it out there. ...All This and Civil War 2
  • The World Trade Center towers — C'mon, have you been living under a rock? The twin towers are commonly seen as identifying icons in skyline shots of the city. City of Steel Dark Star ...All This and Civil War 2 In a dystopian future, Rodimus Prime's corpse was strung up between their shattered stumps. Rhythms of Darkness!
  • The East River — separates Manhattan from Brooklyn. Seaspray found it full of garbage. The Seacons took on Starscream there, and lost. The time travelling consciousnesses of Megatron and Prowl also fought there. Make Tracks Dark Star Flashback!



Marvel Generation One comics

New York City was home to Marvel Comics. Their recently fired employee, writer Donny Finkleberg, also lived there, in a run-down, six-story walk-up apartment on the upper west side of Manhattan.

New York was the final destination on the Acton family's vacation. As such, the Statue of Liberty became a target for the graffiti-spreading Battlechargers. R.A.A.T. prepared for the Decepticons' arrival by closing down the statue, Liberty Island, and the surrounding harbor, and loading down the statue with its troops. Runabout and Runamuck, meanwhile, snuck aboard the Staten Island Ferry, eventually commandeering the vessel and forcing it close to the statue. They then took to the air, Runamuck distracting the R.A.A.T. troops while Runabout spray-painted the statue with an inspirational message to their appreciative audience ("HUMANZ ARE WIMPZ"). Circuit Breaker finally defeated the pair using a jury-rigged collection of Autobot parts, sending them crashing into the waters of New York's harbor.

Donny Finkleberg contributed $50,000 to help pay for cleaning the graffiti off of the statue (and, presumably, repairing battle damage.) Decepticon Graffiti!

When you get caught between the Underbase and New York City, the best that you can do is die.

When Starscream absorbed a portion of the Underbase, New York was one of the three cities he chose to destroy. Naturally, he announced this out loud, so when he arrived, an army of Autobots and Decepticons led by Blaster and Ratbat were waiting for him. Most of the battle took place on and above the Brooklyn Bridge, as well as in the "foul depths" of the East River below.

The following Transformers were taken out by Starscream:

Prowl survived Starscream's initial attack, but was deactivated following Starscream's attack on the Seacons. Flashback!

Ratbat escaped, leaving Blaster to his doom. Starscream left for his second targeted city, Tokyo. Dark Star!

Some months later, Decepticon commander Scorponok moved his headquarters to the nearby swamps of northern New Jersey as part of a plan to harvest energy. The Decepticons erected a storm generator station, creating a massive thunderstorm over the New York City area. An electrostator was to be placed atop the Empire State Building by Iguanus, collecting the storm's energy in one massive lightning bolt which would then be harvested by Scorponok's crew. However, the interference of the Autobot Micromasters under Roadhandler's command resulted in the lightning blasting the bolts out of Iguanus instead. King Con!

Roadhandler's crew made themselves at home in the city, going so far as to apprehend human thieves and make an appearance on a talk show based in New York. Roadhandler became a celebrity as a wrestler and gave self-defense lessons to local kids until a Decepticon run-in convinced him that anyone associated with him was in danger. The Interplanetary Wrestling Championship!

The Decepticons kept their base in New Jersey. This would have nearly disastrous consequences for New York when the so-called Decepticon Civil War erupted and a battle between Scorponok and Shockwave spilled over into the area of Battery Park. ...All This and Civil War 2

Optimus Prime and Nightbeat managed to contain the battle briefly, as did the Neo-Knights. After the hostilities ended, the assembled Transformers were suddenly teleported away, leaving only a very puzzled NYPD officer wondering how to write up the incident. Out of Time!

Alternate future

Hell, I still love you though, New York.

In an offshoot version of the year 2009, Galvatron and his forces had conquered much of Earth. New York was a deserted wasteland where the remains of Autobot leader Rodimus Prime were strung up between the remaining stumps of the destroyed World Trade Center towers. Rhythms of Darkness

Note: WTC towers were each about 200' on a side. So according to the art on the right, Rodimus's body would fill a football field.

IDW Generation One comics

It was a bright and sunny day in New York, when these six green guys turned up to announce a desire for peace... then started shooting everyone. This was followed by an all-out Decepticon attack, levelling much of the city and drawing the attention of the US Air Force. The Air Force fought the giant robots and lost... badly. All Hail Megatron issue 1 Soon the city was full of looting, carnage and panicked evacuations while the United States Armed Forces deployed in force to defeat the Decepticons. Before the military could do anything, the Decepticons took out the city's bridges and then began targeting the tunnels, all while broadcasting their effortless devastation to the world. All Hail Megatron issue 2

The Transformers cartoon continuity

The Transformers cartoon

The magic rat drove his sleek machine over the Jersey state line.

Megatron began efforts to convert New York City into his new base of "New Cybertron" by tunneling under the city and sinking the Empire State Building into the ground. The refashioned building was soon raised back into place, but with an all-new appearance. When the Autobots arrived to stop him, the Constructicons managed to capture Prime, and Megatron took his severed—but still functioning—head. The Autobots were forced to retreat temporarily or risk Prime's life. For a while, things went well for the Decepticons. (Even Starscream thought that Megatron was doing a good job, which is a sign of the apocalypse.) However, the Autobots went through the sewers (noting that they were more akin to "some messy swamp" than a substructure for North America's largest city) and managed to collect and reassemble Prime's body, save his right arm and ion blaster. Megatron had mounted it on his new citadel, the rebuilt Empire State Building, to serve as a defense mechanism. (Why Prime didn't just have Ratchet build him a new arm is unspecified.) Eventually, Prime was able to recover his arm, and the Decepticons were driven away. Bumblebee gained an "I heart New York" bumper sticker from the ordeal. City of Steel

The Autobots later used a New York garage owned by Sparkplug as a temporary base in the city. While on patrol, Seaspray discovered that the humans tended to dump a lot of garbage in the East River, and Cosmos observed that a "little fender-bender" on the lower West Side could tie up traffic for blocks around. Meanwhile, the Decepticons had allied themselves with the Geddis brothers, a pair of New York-based human gangsters, to collect stolen cars and convert them into drones at a secret base in the New Jersey pine barrens. The drones were then sent back into New York to attack the city, but the Autobots thwarted this plan with the help of Tracks's new friend, Raoul. The landmark Chrysler Building was damaged in the battle, requiring Inferno to climb its side and put out fires in the building and invoking Tracks' ire. Make Tracks

We got people dressed in plastic bags, directing traffic.

The Decepticons used a hip New York nightclub called Dancitron to brainwash humans into constructing a building for them, but the dynamic duo of Raoul and Tracks once again saved the day. Dancitron attracted an extremely trendy crowd of New Yorkers—so trendy they were out of style about five minutes later. The club's owners were also quite stringent about preventing the locals from breakdancing on the sidewalks in front of their establishment. Auto-Bop

Under Perceptor's guidance, the Autobots spray-coated the Statue of Liberty with corrostop to help preserve it. While this activity was underway, the Stunticons commandeered a harbor ferry boat and used it to capture Perceptor. Later, the Autobots returned to the statue when they needed to recover a sample of the chemical. They defended it from a Decepticon attack, preventing Menasor from destroying the statue with a giant lightning bug. The statue proved its ability to withstand a direct hit from Megatron's fusion cannon, which means it's a lot stronger than Ironhide's head. Cosmic Rust

The Headmasters cartoon

New York was one of the cities targeted by Sixshot for an energy-blackmailing, which involved him posing as six different villains using each of his six modes. The Autobot Headmasters staked out New York from a vantage point atop the Statue of Liberty (whose looks they compared to Arcee's while they were at it), but when they were drawn away to investigate an attack on London, Sixshot attacked the city in his gun mode. Terror! The Six Shadows

Super-God Masterforce cartoon

In his human guise, the Autobot Pretender Lander lived in New York, where he helped local police fend off an attack by Destroids early on in the Decepticons' campaign against Earth. Terror! The Decepticons' Manhunt Much later, the city was the victim of a savage, sudden attack by BlackZarak, and suffered massive damage before any of the Autobots could mobilize to stop him. BlackZarak - Destroyer from Space

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