Dark Realm

Dark Realm is an anthology series hosted by Eric Roberts. The series aired in syndication in the United States for a total of 13 episodes, from May to December 2001.

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List Of Di-Gata Defenders Characters - Antagonists - Brackus
... it against them, and sealed them away in the Dark Realm ... activate, banishing her from the mortal realm to the Dark Realm ... Brackus was then sent to the Dark Realm but didn't become a wraith like the others banished there ...
Di-Gata Defenders - Organizations
... away (eventually killed), Brackus was banished to the Dark Realm for high treason, and the Yin-Tos army was destroyed in a civil war at the Spell Zone ... of the Order of Infinis, the Wizards of Yan imprisoned the Ethos in the Dark Realm, after the battle of Sum-Yan, using the Celestial Abyss ... Their plan is to merge both the Dark Realm and RaDos together, giving the Ethos what they desire The Di-Gata energy they feed on, which will eliminate all life on the planet ...
King's Quest - Characters of The King's Quest Series - Villains
... Witch of the Dark Forest She is an evil hag, who lives in a strange tower made from a gnarled tree in the Dark Forest near Serenia ... He took Alicia to Serenia, near the Dark Forest, where she stole her heart turning it to gold, and turned the princess into a weeping willow tree, with nothing but her harp to ... According to the King's Quest Companion, Abdul Alhazred wrote the Necronomicon, a dark tome feared throughout Daventry ...
Dark Realm - Syndication
... Dark Realm aired on the Chiller network in the United States in 2009. ...

Famous quotes containing the words realm and/or dark:

    While you are divided from us by geographical lines, which are imaginary, and by a language which is not the same, you have not come to an alien people or land. In the realm of the heart, in the domain of the mind, there are no geographical lines dividing the nations.
    Anna Howard Shaw (1847–1919)

    Since the war nothing is so really frightening not the dark not alone in a room or anything on a road or a dog or a moon but two things, yes, indigestion and high places they are frightening.
    Gertrude Stein (1874–1946)