Natas may refer to:

  • King Natas, the villain of the TurboGrafx-16 game Dungeon Explorer
  • Natas Kaupas, an American professional skateboarder
  • Natas (group), a Detroit hip hop group consisting of Esham, Mastamind and T-N-T
  • Natas (comics), a DC Comics master martial artist
  • Natas (computer virus), a computer virus written by James Gentile
  • Los Natas, an Argentine rock band
  • National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
  • Satan spelled in reverse
  • Nageswara Rao Akkineni, a veteran Indian Telugu film actor; sometimes nicknamed Natasamrat

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National Academy Of Television Arts And Sciences
... The National Academy of Television Arts Sciences or NATAS was created in 1955 to advance the arts and sciences of television ... Headquartered in New York, NATAS's membership is national and the organization has local chapters around the country ... NATAS distributes Emmy Awards in various categories including Daytime, Sports, News and Documentary and Public Service ...
natas Domingos
... Jônatas Domingos, or simply Jônatas (born July 29, 1982 in Fortaleza, CE), is a Brazilian footballer ...
Natas (comics) - Fictional Character Biography
... months training from some of the greatest fighters in the DC Universe including Natas ... To that end, Natas spends weeks beating him silly, attacking and trying to kill him, and always fighting dirty (Mia compared it to the scenes in the Pink Panther when Inspector Clouseau is attacked by Cato ... Natas puts Ollie through a brutal trial of martial combat ...
Champions Of Hell
... the ancient sword of Satan, is transformed into Natas ... Natas is later revealed within the storyline to be son of both Satan and God ... Natas is confronted by Satan's Champions of Hell to lead them in their battle against Heaven's army ...
natas Domingos - Career
... A skillful defensive midfielder, Jônatas came from Flamengo's youth team and played professionally for the club from 2002 until 2006 ... Flamengo predicted a successful future for Jônatas if he was able to stop committing foolish fouls and complaining about referees' decisions ... In December 2006, Jônatas's father José Lourenço de Souza was kidnapped, after Robinho's family ...