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Dr Who

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From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Thantos
Type: Planet destroyer
Created by:
Appearances: DWM: The Betrothal of Sontar


The Thanatos, also known as the World Bane, was a machine that was noted as the greatest superweapon that was ever created.

Powers

The Thanatos was a weapon capable of destroying whole planets. It was capable of probing people who approached it through tentacles that interfaced with the individual on a mental and physical level. A judgement engine inside the machine also decides on whether to exterminate a race or not; it determined whether a species was at an evolutionary dead end. It produced the Inuk to serve as antibodies for itself and was intelligent enough to herd enemies into traps. (DWM: The Betrothal of Sontar)

History

The Sontaran Colonel Snathe searched for the weapon in order to return glory to his name. He was searching for it on the planet Serac, using the Betrothal of Sontar. After encountering The Doctor, he claimed he would help the Sontaran find the machine.

They found the Thanatos under the [[]], where it was gaurded by the transformed Inuk. They destroyed his aircraft, but the Doctor was able to reprogram a drone and was able to use it to escape. Though they believed that they were escaping, they were just being chased deeper in the Thanatos. Rose Tyler and Lerox were able to catch up with the Doctor and Snathe, just when Snathe began to interface with the Thanatos. Unfortunately, Thanatos judged that the Sontarans were a stagnant race and Sontar needed to be destroyed. Lerox was shown to be capable of self-sacrifice, so the Sontarans were spared, but Snathe was ejected from the Thanatos during the middle of a Silverfire, killing him. (DWM: The Betrothal of Sontar)


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Memory-beta

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Series: Early Voyages, No. 16
Writer(s): Dan Abnett & Ian Edgington
Penciler(s): Javier Pulido
Inker(s): Steve Moncuse
Colorist(s): Marie Javins
Letterer(s): Janice Chiang
Publication information
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Published: 16th May 1998
Pages: 32
Chronology
Date: 2254
Stardate: 390.5

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Summary

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References

Characters

Robert AprilPhillip BoyceGabrielle CarlottiMia ColtMoves-With-Burning-GraceKaajSita MohindasNanoNumber OneChristopher PikeShane SamsonSpockJosé TylerVirka

Starships and vehicles

D7-class battle cruiserUSS Enterprise (Constitution-class)

Locations

Temazi

Races and cultures

HumanKlingonLirinTemaziVulcan

States and organizations

Klingon EmpireStarfleet

Other

Thanatos (deity) • Thanatos (weapon)

Appendices

  • In this issue Robert April appears as an admiral, rather than commodore, the rank he held in earlier Early Voyages comics and other stories featuring him after commanding the Enterprise. He also portrayed as being quite chauvinistic, which seems out of character compared to his appearances in other stories.

Related Stories

Stories featuring Christopher Pike
Comics Early Voyages "Flesh of My Flesh" • "The Fires of Pharos" • "Our Dearest Blood" • "Nor Iron Bars a Cage" • "Cloak and Dagger" • "The Flat, Gold Forever" • "Immortal Wounds" • "One of a Kind" • "The Fallen" • "Futures, Part One" • "Future Tense" • "Futures" • "Now and Then" • "Thanatos" • "Nemesis"
other "All Those Years Ago..." • "To Walk the Night" • "Door in the Cage" • "Return to the Forbidden Planet" • "A Prelude to War" • "Alien Spotlight: Vulcans" • "Alien Spotlight: Orions" • "Mirror Images, Issue 1" • "Mirror Images, Issue 2" • "Mirror Images, Issue 4" • "Mirror Images, Issue 5" • "Shadows of the Past" • "The Ends of Eternity" • "Spock: Reflections, Issue 2"
Novels Enterprise: The First AdventureVulcan's GloryLegacyThe RiftWhere Sea Meets SkyBurning Dreams • "A Less Perfect Union" • The Children of Kings
Short stories "Conflicting Natures" • "A Private Anecdote" • "Sins of the Mother" • "The Greater Good"
Episodes "The Cage" • "The Menagerie" Movie Star Trek

Timeline


Previous Comic:
Now and Then
Star Trek: Early Voyages Next Comic:
Nemesis

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External link


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Thanatos may refer to:

Etymology

"Thanatos", or "Thanatus", is the dæmon personification of Death in Greek mythology.


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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

This is the Thanatos disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

The Thanatos is a Decepticon warship from the Generation One continuity family.
Thank you, randomly appearing floating in space message.

The Thanatos is commanded by Razorclaw and the Predacons. It possesses firepower sufficient to destroy a planet.

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Fiction

IDW comics continuity

Megatron orderered that the Thanatos destroy Cybertron, if necessary, to stop Thunderwing. However, Razorclaw held off on firing long enough to allow Optimus Prime to stop the rampaging Pretender, sparing the planet. Stormbringer

Know that the timeframe is one mega-cycle, Rampage.

Known crew of the Thanatos included:

Known specifications

The Thanatos' primary weapons are Starblitz torpedoes.

Trivia

  • Thanatos was a personification of death in Greek mythology.

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