Time Warrior

Time Warrior or Time Warriors may refer to:

  • The Time Warrior, a 1973 Doctor Who serial
  • Josh Kirby... Time Warrior!, a series of science fiction films released between 1995 and 1996
  • Warrior on the Edge of Time, a 1975 album by Hawkwind
  • Good Time Warrior, a 1978 album by Lucifer's Friend
  • Time Warriors (video game)

Other articles related to "time warrior, time":

List Of Full Moon Features Productions - Sub-labels - Moonbeam Entertainment
... Time Warrior Chapter 1, Planet of the Dino-Knights (1995) Josh Kirby.. ... Time Warrior Chapter 2, the Human Pets (1995) Spellbreaker Secret of the Leprechauns (1996) Magic in the Mirror Fowl Play (1996) Josh Kirby.. ... Time Warrior Chapter 3, Trapped on Toyworld (1996) Josh Kirby.. ...
Darkzone - Game Rules - Time Warrior
... Time Warrior is a novelty game played sometimes at Darkzone stores ... At the beginning of the game, each player is given a certain amount of time ... Time is constantly being used up, but the player can gain more time by shooting and deactivating enemy players ...
Sontaran - Culture
... it on hold for the duration of the war, while the opening chapter of the novelisation of The Time Warrior, based on Holmes' incomplete draft, refers to Linx listening to the Sontaran anthem while ... They have been killed by targeting that location with a knife (The Invasion of Time), a screwdriver ("Shakedown Return of the Sontarans"), and an arrow (The Time Warrior) ... Empire have been at war with the Rutan Host for more than 50,000 years, and which, at a time around 2008, they are losing ...

Famous quotes containing the words warrior and/or time:

    By many a legendary tale of violence and wrong, as well as by events which have passed before their eyes, these people have been taught to look upon white men with abhorrence.... I can sympathize with the spirit which prompts the Typee warrior to guard all the passes to his valley with the point of his levelled spear, and, standing upon the beach, with his back turned upon his green home, to hold at bay the intruding European.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    Mrs. Grayle: You know, this’ll be the first time I’ve ever killed anyone I knew so little and liked so well. What’s your name?
    Philip Marlowe: Philip for short.
    Mrs. Grayle: Philip. Philip Marlowe. A name for a duke. You’re just a nice mug.
    John Paxton (1911–1985)