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Introduced in a Season 1 episode of Gotham, Jonathan Crane was a timid teen who aided his deranged father Gerald in murdering people by exploiting their worst fears. Using the glands of his victims, Gerald developed an anti-fear serum that he injected into his son, leaving the boy traumatized by hallucinations of scarecrows and confined to Arkham Asylum. But with the fourth season of the Fox drama, Jonathan is back and on the loose as the sinister Scarecrow.
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Meanwhile, Randall Flagg, who possesses supernatural abilities, creates his own totalitarian society in Las Vegas with psychopaths as his lieutenants. His people worship (and fear) him as a messiah and submit to his iron-fisted dictatorship. He has drug addicts and others who incur his displeasure crucified. Flagg rescues Lloyd Henreid, a mass murderer, from his prison cell and makes him his right-hand man.
The inhabitants of Boulder anxiously await the birth of Frannie's baby. They fear that the child will succumb to the superflu. Soon after her son is born, Stu returns, having been rescued by Tom. The baby contracts the superflu, but manages to recover. Once Frannie is again pregnant, she and Stu decide to leave Boulder and move back to Frannie's hometown of Ogunquit, Maine, therefore founding an eastern settlement, and raise their children in peace.
Genetic engineering is the process of altering the blueprints of an organism in order to effect some desired change. Since its discovery in the 1970s, this technology has been used to advance research, industry, medicine, and agriculture. However, using genetic modification to engineer the food we eat has been an ongoing contention. Biological systems are complex and interconnected, and some fear that genetic modification may cause significant ripple effects impacting the health of consumers or the surrounding environment. For example, if corn is engineered to produce a natural insecticide, what will happen to that insecticide? Could it harm people eating the corn, or start an evolutionary arms race with pests? For decades, scientists, consumers, and regulators have attempted to assess and respond to these risks.
One day, T'Challa was contacted by the Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda's Emperor who supposedly sought to establish a union. After T'Challa passed the empire's test, he and Manifold were then tricked and captured by the empire, since the emperor feared that once the Black Panther discovered the Empire's true nature, he would join the rebel group, the Maroons, to take down the empire so he had T'Challa's memories wiped and was conscripted into the Empire's slave group, the Nameless. Thankfully, T'Challa had retained his memories of his love, Storm, which allowed him to fight back against his slavers, and was eventually broken out by the Maroons. He joined the Maroons and went on a mission to retrieve the Shard of M'Kraan from the empire. However, while training and trying to retrieve his memories with fellow Maroon, Nakia, the Maroons were discovered and then attacked by the empire's Askari fighters, along with a brainwashed Manifold. They were able to escape, however, with many Maroon casualties.
Believing this is just another bounty hunter trying to collect a reward on him, Puss triumphantly draws his sword, only to have it immediately swatted away by The Wolf. The two have a duel, but it's one that Puss is losing the entire time, with The Wolf somehow calculating and predicting every single move he makes. The fight concludes when The Wolf scratches Puss's forehead, and a stream of blood (yes, blood, in a PG animated film) drips down his face. As this painful realization that his demise will be permanent dawns on him, The Wolf picks up the scent of the blood and gets eerily excited to dispatch the cat, dragging his twin sickles across the floor as sparks fly in a shot that looks straight out of a horror film. The horrific beast orders Puss to pick up his sword so he can finish the job, but our hero flees out of fear instead. The Wolf could easily chase him down right then and there, but if he's waited this long to take down the legendary Puss in Boots, he can wait a little longer.
With Puss's friends and enemies watching from the various points of the fabled Wishing Star, they witness a final showdown between our favorite fearless hero and the actual Grim Reaper, where the harbinger of Death gives Puss his sword back for a proper climactic battle. Death has enjoyed the chase thus far, but grown tired of the cheap novelty and is ready to make that final notch on his sickle and move on to the next arrogant feline. This time, however, Puss is ready to face the powerful enemy, now having true friends to protect and a last life he wishes to cherish. The final duel, like the rest of the movie, is riveting from start to finish. A fantastic finale where Puss is finally able to keep a cool head and Death even channels his inner Darth Maul and combines his scythes to form a cool as hell staff.
Defend his undefeated Streak at WrestleMania (succeeded for a while, but later failed).Defeat AJ Styles for disrespecting his wife Michelle McCool.To take care of his daughter Kaia Faith.Defeat and seal Boogeyman in the casket for destroying his brother Kane.Work together with The Flintstones and The Rubbles to take down Marble Henry and CM Punkrock.Work together with the Mystery Inc. to expose Inferno's true identity to Mr. McMahon by avenging his partner Dusty Rhodes who was been injured.Work together with the Superstars of WWE to survive in Camp WWE.Work together with Cody Maverick and his friends to find the surfing wave who is legendary (all succeeded).Get a job as the coach for professional wrestlers (currently).To make The New Day overcome their deepest darkest fears by making them encounter supernatural events by using the Urn to determinate their fate and their courage (succeeded so far).To be inducted in the Hall of Fame (succeeded).
The Undertaker, (born Mark William Calaway) also referred to as Undertaker or sometimes simply Taker is the main anti-heroic protagonist of the WWE franchise and the titular main protagonist from his documentary film 30 Days of the Deadman along with Paul Bearer including his brother Kane, as well as the one of the main protagonists from The Flintstones and WWE: Stone Age Smackdown! and the true main protagonist from Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon. He is an undead gothic wrestler who is better known for his Chokeslam, Tombstone Piledriver, Hell's Gate and Old School moves, as well as his immortality and his supernatural powers. He is an anti-heroic wrestler who makes the manipulation of the people until he became a nice guy, he makes many appearences in WWE games and WWE 2K14 and WWE 2K15 as well, he makes some appearences in MTV's Downtown, Celebrity Deathmatch as a hero. In Smackdown vs. Raw 2009, he has hatred towards Santino and Finlay and turned them into zombies by using them as their followers, he also hates the villainous Boogeyman who has hired Finlay and Santino Marella to form the team Nu School. In the 2002 when he defends his Undisputed Champion, he later redeems himself by showing Jeff Hardy the respect for his redemption. Despite being an antagonist, he is actually an good person and he is portrayed as an anti-heroic wrestler (a hero with an villainous personality that he can do good), but has a more heroic role in WWE and MTV series like MTV's Downtown and Celebrity Deathmatch, as well in The Flintstones and WWE: Stone Age Smackdown!. He appeared in WWE 2K16 as one of the playable wrestlers. He was usually portrayed as an old adult in the live-action, as a penguin in Surf's Up 2: Wavemania, but in Camp WWE, he is portrayed as a child, his appearence in Camp WWE as he is with The Rock and went to summer camp, when they was children. He is also an ally to the Mystery Inc. in Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon. He is better known to be scary and terrifying, but kind and gentle towards people and he has an friendly side despite being intimidating. He is also the titular anti-heroic protagonist from WWE Boom Studio franchise. He also appears in Batista: Dream Chaser in which is an minor protagonist when he praises Batista and wishes him an good luck to fight an opponent, he was seen wearing a casual T-Shirt. He appears in his Netflix TV movie Escape The Undertaker as an rival when he challenges The New Day to overcome their fears by make them encounter scariest event, he serves as an narrator of the Netflix TV movie Escape The Undertaker. He appeared in WWE's Most Wanted Treasure along with his wife Michelle McCool and his partner Kane as one of the main characters in the episode Undertaker and Kane as the anti-heroic protagonist. He appears in his TV series The Undertakeover as the titular main protagonist. He appeared in the series The Undertaker NFT's as the titular main protagonist. He appeared in WWE Raw is XXX as an supporting protagonist when he helps his long time rival-turned-friend Bray Wyatt to knock out LA Knight by working together, he lets an message to Bray Wyatt to make him keep an eye on his friends with respect.
One of the eye-catch rules given in the series states that extra Death Notes found by Shinigami are generally expected to be returned to the Shinigami King, though this is clearly a rule that Shinigami are not forced to obey. Likewise, lost notebooks must also be reported to the King. Very little information is given about the character itself, aside from Rem's assertion that the King is not easily tricked, an achievement which Ryuk accomplished successfully. On the other hand, he is quite easily bribed, as Midora was able to trade thirteen apples for a second Death Note. Ryuk once referred to him as "that old fart," implying that there are Shinigami who don't like him all that much despite his high status. On another occasion, however, Ryuk seemed worried about "the old man back home" being mad at him and Rem when he, under Light's orders, wrote fake rules in the back cover of Light's Death Note. This hints that while Ryuk may not like him, he does fear him. 041b061a72