Grim Reaper (comics)

Grim Reaper (comics)

Grim Reaper (Eric Williams) is a fictional character, a comic book supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe.

Read more about Grim Reaper (comics):  Publication History, Fictional Character Biography, Powers and Abilities

Other articles related to "reaper, reapers, grim":

Best Of Grim Reaper
... Best of Grim Reaper is a compilation album by Grim Reaper. ...
Mokuton - Recurring Jutsu - Reaper Death Seal
... ReaperDeath Seal (屍鬼封尽, Shiki Fūjin?, lit ... Seal") is a suicidal forbidden Sealing Jutsu where the user summons an entity called the Reaper(死神, Shinigami?) behind him, thrusting its arm through the user's chest to grab the soul of the target and ... Once the sealing is completed, the Reaperwould consume the souls of both the user and the sealed, sentencing them to be locked in combat within its stomach for all eternity ...
Mechanical Reaping - Reapers in The Late 19th and 20th Century
... After the first reaperswere developed and patented, other slightly different reaperswere distributed by several manufacturers throughout the world ... The Champion (Combined) Reapersand Mowers, produced by the Champion Interest group (Champion Machine Company, later Warder, Bushnell Glessner, absorbed in IHC 1902) in Springfield ... Generally, reapersdeveloped into the 1872 invented reaperbinder, which reaped the crop and bound it into sheaves ...
Grim Reaper (comics) - In Other Media - Video Games
... released as an arcade console and for the Sega Genesis and SNES, the GrimReaper is a boss character at the end of stage 2 ... GrimReaper appears as a mini-boss in Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2, voiced by Rick D ...
Creeper (program) - Reaper
... ReaperInitial release 1972 Development status Historic Operating system TENEX The Reaperprogram was a computer worm, like Creeper, but its purpose was to delete the ... was an inspiration for Core War, and for the D-Reaper a major enemy in Digimon Tamers ...

Famous quotes containing the word grim:

    Here lies the body of William Jones
    Who all his life collected bones,
    Till Death, that grim and boney spectre,
    That universal bone collector,
    Boned old Jones, so neat and tidy,
    And here he lies, all bona fide.
    —Anonymous. “Epitaph on William Jones,” from Eleanor Broughton’s Varia (1925)