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In the Next Gen episode "Eye of the Beholder" (S07E18), we get to see the inside of one of the warp nacelles. We can see that the nacelle contains a small control room, with an access hatch to the pla …
asked Oct 4 '17 by dkwarr87
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Disclaimer: The OP has since edited their question to rule out radio from the answers. However, at least the first panel to me seems to indicate the Batmobile has a normal car radio and not just the B …
answered Apr 25 '18 by TheLethalCarrot
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Picard appears to have lost his hair during his time at Starfleet Academy (per the image shown in Nemesis). There are a few clues that he may have taken some sort of temporary cure (or simply worn a w …
answered Aug 28 '16 by Valorum
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It definitely depends on the canon you choose. TV Canon In the 1960s TV series, you can clearly see that Robin is wearing a belt that is nearly identical to the Batman utility belt from the comic s …
answered Feb 19 '14 by Valorum
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According to Elliot S Maggin (described as "Principal writer of the comic book series from 1971 through 1986") Clark had a considerable number of hobbies ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous. He …
answered Jun 21 '15 by Valorum
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It is a bit convoluted (though, that is par for the X-Men Books). Release Order - taken, mostly, from the official checklist: 00 - X-MEN: HOPE #1 [Collects the 3-part "A Girl Called Hope" back- …
answered Mar 24 '14 by 22nd Century Fza
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In The Force Awakens, it would seem a lot of the "new" designs for characters and objects are, in fact, highly informed by concept art that was generated during the early stages of development on the …
asked Dec 18 '15 by vynsane
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Each starship would have the medical quarters in slightly differing locations depending on design and technology requirements. For the most part, given the need for defense and protection, medical f …
answered Nov 29 '14 by Thaddeus Howze
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Assuming we are talking the 1980's version (and there has not been a subsequent one I am unaware of) then at the very least Spider-Man does. As can be seen here where Peter Parker refers to the symbio …
answered Jan 12 '17 by Broklynite
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Yes and no. The closest we come in the main canon (e.g. TV and Films) is the TOS episode "Obsession" where we encounter a creature known as a "Dikironium Cloud". It certainly meets most of the main …
answered May 12 '14 by Valorum
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While the other answers are all partially correct, they're missing a big part of the story: Spock had a death wish. After the events of the first movie, Spock had trouble dealing with his grief and s …
answered Nov 6 '15 by Kevin Workman
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James Blish's A Clash of Cymbals involves the Manhattan island of the city of New York (pictured here in a Chriss Foss cover) flying to a point of zero space-time stress, using a device called a "spin …
answered Sep 15 '17 by JdeBP
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The Time Lords are the rulers of Gallifreyan society as well as their military leaders, selected from early childhood (age 8), shown the untempered schism and educated at Timelord Academy for approxim …
answered Feb 23 '14 by Valorum
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Neal Asher's web site has a link to a graphical representation of the order of the books. I have uploaded it here: For the reading order, I would go with the time line of book publication.
answered Aug 30 '11 by Sardathrion - Reinstate Monica
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Batman keeps vanishing a lot, how does he do it? We've seen him do this in a desert (and even snag a child with him) with lots of smoke, on a train station with almost no or little smoke, in rooms wi …
asked Jan 26 '14 by Secko

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