Beast, Beasts or Bestial may refer to:

  • Animal
    • In particular, megafauna

Read more about Beast:  Computers and Games, Film and Television, Literature, Music, Other Uses

Other articles related to "beast, beasts":

Transformers (comics) - Dreamwave Productions - Beast Wars (unreleased)
... was run to choose whether the next Dreamwave Transformers series would be Beast Wars or Transformers Robots in Disguise ... Beast Wars won, and the Generation One team of writers James McDonough and Adam Patyk and artist Don Figueroa were slated as the creative team ... the creative team on IDW Publishing's Beast Wars series ...
... In a campdrafting competition, a rider on horseback must "cut out" one beast from the mob of cattle in the yard or the "camp" and block and turn the beast at least two or ... Events for juniors 8 years and under 13 years have one sound beast in the camp or yard at al times ... signalled by a crack of the judge's stockwhip) occur when a competitor loses his beast more than twice on the camp losing control of the beast in the ...
Scorponok - Beast Wars
... Predacon Information Sub-group Mega Beasts, Transmetals Function Desert Attack Commander Rank 6 Motto "The only true loyalty is to oneself." Series Beast Wars English voice actor Don ...
Beast - Other Uses
... Beast (Alton Towers), a roller coaster at Alton Towers, Staffordshire, England. ...
Kettō Transformers Beast Wars: Beast Senshi Saikyō Ketteisen
... Kettō Transformers Beast Wars Beast Senshi Saikyō Ketteisen (決闘トランスフォーマービーストウォーズ ビースト戦士最強決定戦, Kettō Toransufōmâ Bīsutō Wōzu Bīs ... "Dueling Transformers Beast Wars Strongest Beast Warrior Finals") is a video game for the Game Boy Color handheld ... only, and is compatible with the game Transformers Beast Wars Transmetals through the use of the Transfer Pak ...

Famous quotes containing the word beast:

    Any beast can cry over the misfortunes of its own child. It takes a mensch to weep for others’ children.
    Sam Levenson (20th century)

    A taxidermist stuffed a bear with such brio that he cried aloud “I love it!” A passing goddess, imperfectly understanding, but wishing to be responsive, kindly brought the beast to life. It consumed the artisan forthwith. Moral: Say what you mean.
    Stan Washburn (b. 1943)

    I hate to be near the sea, and to hear it roaring and raging like a wild beast in its den. It puts me in mind of the everlasting efforts of the human mind, struggling to be free, and ending just where it began.
    William Hazlitt (1778–1830)