Numbering levels 11–0 from top to bottom, going through each level from left to right (unknown images are in bold).
unknown 'Motel' sign on the left side
Flag of the Democratic Order Of Planets (Futurama) in the middle
Hatch to 'The Swan' facility (Lost) on the right side
Level 11 (Top)
[b] Vault hatch (Fallout)
[b] Rick Deckard (Blade Runner)
Yes, that's Serenity. Sadly, there does not appear to be an in-universe answer.
Jarrod Davis, who was a digital artist on the episode, revealed on Facebook that he put Serenity in the show on the advice of CG supervisor Lee Stringer:
So we on the Crew were all about cameos, and I do believe it was Lee Stringer who had the idea to put the ...
As yet, there has not been a Star Wars/Star Trek crossover in film, TV, comics, toys or any other licensed property.
There have, however, been a considerable number of "easter eggs" that reference the two properties including the appearance of the Millennium Falcon in Star Trek: First Contact and R2-D2 appearing in Star Trek (2009)
USS Defiant (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
Hammerhead fighter (Space: Above and Beyond)
Borg Cube (Star Trek)
X-Wing (Star Wars)
The Death Star II (Star Wars)
Babylon 5 (in the background, spanning a large area from A6 to D3)
Klingon D7-class battlecruiser (Star Trek) (Also A7)
Space Vampire Mothership (Lifeforce)
The short answer is "he very well might lose his power". The longer answer requires understanding how DC structures their comic book stories, so buckle up.
The terminology is a bit confusing here, because Marvel and DC don't have "universes", they have "multi-verses". Since you're specifically asking about "in another universe", it's important to make that ...
In a press release published two days ago, Marvel gave some background for “The Well”, which broadcasts on 19th November:
After Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World hits theatres1 November 8, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will feel the repercussions November 19 with an all-new episode!
The official synopsis is:
In the aftermath of the events ...
The seminal cross-over event that started Marvel on its path to mega-crossovers was: The Secret Wars published in 1984.
Though the Avengers were known to create megastories with a diverse collection of heroes, it was the Secret Wars and Secret Wars II that proved the viability of cross-overs both storywise and financially.
Wikipedia sums it up nicely:
Bea Arthur and Deadpool have never met, and she has only physically appeared in one comic.
Deadpool: Suicide Kings Vol 1 #2
After getting into a fight with a Pizza delivery man who turns out to be The Punisher. After getting attacked with various weapons The Punisher had collected from Villains, Wade makes his way to Outlaw's place, where she helps him to ...
The first time DC and Marvel ever crossed the threshold between Universes was the giant-sized comic Superman vs The Amazing Spiderman published in 1976. This giant-sized monstrosity (which I remember buying as if it were the Holy Grail) was the first such official sanctioned crossing of the two mainstream continuities. Yes, it was a completely ridiculous ...
No, by the definitions of the show Alphas, their abilities are very minor and would not be considered on the same scale as the other Alphas on the show. Lattimer and Jinks abilities while seeming extraordinary could be explained with an understanding of human psychology (for the detection of lies) and a well-ordered and trained observation skill (to explain ...
Found it myself:
Legends of Tomorrow' Made the Superman Joke Fans Waited For
Ten years after becoming the Man of Steel in Bryan Singer’s Superman Returns, Brandon Routh is playing another DC superhero, the Atom, on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. In this week’s blockbuster crossover “Invasion!” that includes Supergirl starring Melissa Benoist, Routh’s history ...
The only "evidence" is Mon*Star's cameo in Thundercats (2011).
As you have already noted, a character closely resembling Mon*Star briefly appears on a screen in the episode "Legacy" of the 2011 Thundercats series. Depending on how strongly one interprets this, this could be solid evidence that both Thundercats and SilverHawks share the same fictional ...
The first crossover of characters in Marvel comics occurred in Marvel Mystery Comics #8 with the publication date of June 1940 (note most comic covers were dated three months ahead to keep them on the stands longer so this probably came out in March or April.) Here's the cover:
The story featured a fight between the Sub-Mariner and the original Human Torch. ...
Trying to make this more grid friendly. Question marks by uncertain
A3: Revenant (DOOM)
A6: Motoko Kusanagi (Ghost in the Shell)
A9: Viper (XCOM (newer versions))
B4: Neo (The Matrix)
B5: Combine Soldier (Half Life 2)
B9: Soviet Airship (Red Alert 2 & Red Alert 3)
C5: Lupin III
D7: Buddy Christ (Dogma movie)
D7: Drone (Oblivion)
D7: Black Magic M-66
Given that Thor: The Dark World releases November 8, 2013 (in the USA). If they were going to film a crossover event, they would have to be filming it right now.
S01-E04, The Asset, and S01-E05, Girl in the Flower Dress are already in the can. I think it would be difficult to put out something that could cross over in a timely fashion. I also don't think ...
It is not reasonable to presume that a character crossover necessitates that two shows are taking place in the same world.
Captain America, as embodied by Chris Evans, has crossed over into what we believe to be our existing world, by appearing in hospitals. Tony Stark/Iron Man has appeared in our world, giving a small boy a prosthetic forearm. This ...
Comics are not canon.
Not that Doctor Who has anything we can call canon, but comics aren't even top drawer fan canon. Since the show is often unconcerned about making sense inside itself, we shouldn't expect consistency between the show and its other off-screen products.
That said, the show does have a very unusual relationship with the "real world."
Well...I can give one sort-of example where Barry Allen traveled to the Marvel Universe and did indeed retain his speed. How canonical you want to consider it is up to you. But, arguably, according to Marvel he absolutely kept it. How DC felt about it is another matter entirely.
Also, Flash did retain his speed during Marvel VS DC when he did indeed beat ...
The story is Raison d'Etre by cywscross.
I had read this story on fanfiction.net, and so all my searches were for that website only. I started going through each fanfiction in the the HP Katekyo Hitman Reborn crossover list on ffn with Harry Potter as a character, and I found one fic where the author had written a Harry X Shamal story, and mentioned that ...
Both the comics you found are fan art.
The first comes from Deviant Art and the second comes from a blog that specializes in fake crossover comics..
There were two issues of a Nightmare on Elm Street comic series published by Marvel, but they did not crossover into the mainstream Marvel universe, or feature any previously existing Marvel ...
Many TV shows have their characters reference other TV shows as fictional within the show. For example, Dean and Sam on Supernatural watch Game of Thrones. It is often the default assumption that a universe is "like reality unless noted," up to and including entertainment.
This being the case, it is not unreasonable to hypothesize that ...
They have definitely teamed up, but it seems that they have never attacked, fought, or knowingly/willingly plot against each other.
It seems that those times that they have teamed up none has tried to betray each other, so there is no remarkable event or record of one testing intellect (nor fighting skills, nor ability for intricate plans with different ...
According to the reviewer on readingorders.com, if you stick with...
Red Lanterns 27: Hot and Cold 01 March 2014
Supergirl 28: Rage Quit 01 April 2014
Supergirl 29: Red Daughter of Krypton: Part 1: Inner Demons 01 May 2014
Green Lantern 28: Red Alert: Part 1 01 April 2014
Red Lanterns 28: Red Alert: Part 2 01 April 2014
Red Lanterns 29: ...
At the very top of the mountain -- the flag of the Democratic Order Of Planets from Futurama.
Buried on the left side -- Bart Simpson's skull, the idol from Raider's of the Lost Ark.
One of the element stones from Fifth Element -- between the Luggage and the pod racer, laying on the floor.
Kaonashi is holding one of the turrets from Portal.
From the Wikipedia article for The Mode Series:
The Mode series makes a referential crossover into the Xanth series in Question Quest, where the Good Magician Humfrey makes a note in his book about Darius being the "Cyng of Hlahtar".
And this review for Tarot mentions that
It is also closely related with another series of Anthony's, with a crossover ...
[c] unknown cylindrical machine or containment (behind the escalator)
Pepelats — an interplanetary spacecraft (from the Georgian word "pepela" for butterfly)
Maybe Yokai Blood?
Tsuna and her mother have a secret not even Iemitsu knows about, something they planned to keep a secret until they died. When Yuki-Onna calls for help, Tsuna and her mother are thorn between helping their family and exposing themselves or remain silence and see how their family starts to disappear one by one right in front of their ...