Story Identification: 5 people with special abilities, one who is immortal, and a plan to revive all the Jews killed during the holocaust
I can't recall the name of this book, but I can remember some details about it: I believe it was released around 2003, ±1 year. (I remember the year because in that year another book came out, In His ...
There are many fantasy and sci-fi (and sci-fantasy) worlds that include one or more characters who are immortal or semi-immortal (lifespans > 1,000 years). Assuming that this means that they can't die ...
in the Avengers Movie, Loki manages to trap Thor in a huge glass capsule and jettisons him out of a moving cargo ship. Why is that supposed to "test" Thor's immortality? How is this act different ...
In the 2012 release movie, Ted, can Ted the teddybear die a natural death? In what aspects is the life within him different from the life within humans?
It is eventually hinted that Rudy is an immortal soviet bigshot of some sort, but I've never been enough of a history buff enough to figure out just which one he is supposed to be. I've asked Greg ...
In World War Hulk, we see a what-if scenario with Bruce Banner actually making it to the 'peaceful planet'. Does this imply the Hulk is immortal? What about Bruce?
Ok, I don't remember a lot about this, but it was rather intriguing. From what I recall, it was written in such a way that it must have been published as a serial; multiple climaxes and denouements. ...
The Amalgam is a galaxy-wide conglomerate of intelligent species that have the technology to scan their brains; it turns up in several of Greg Egan's short stories ("Glory" and "Riding the ...
In Torchwood (the series), Captain Jack Harkness gives some information on how he became immortal and what it means to him. This may be considered spoily to people who haven't seen Torchwood yet. ...