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21st May '17 2:29:59 PM nombretomado
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* The Artifact of the Week in a ''{{Warehouse 13}}'' episode could turn people to golems.

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* The Artifact of the Week in a ''{{Warehouse ''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}'' episode could turn people to golems.
21st May '17 12:48:43 PM nombretomado
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* Appears in A Caution to the Wise, a story in TheWanderersLibrary.

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* Appears in A Caution to the Wise, a story in TheWanderersLibrary.''Wiki/TheWanderersLibrary''.
9th May '17 4:24:07 AM jormis29
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* A Halloween episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' features a Golem (visually based on [[Film/TheGolem the 1920 movie]]) and portrays its [[ReligionIsMagic creation by a rabbi]]. Bart takes over the Golem and has it slaughter people until Lisa allows it to speak, at which point it's voiced by Richard Lewis and begins acting like a stereotypical Jew. The family make a female Golem out of play-doh, voiced by Fran Drescher, and the pair get married in a Jewish ceremony.

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* A Halloween episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' features a Golem (visually based on [[Film/TheGolem the 1920 movie]]) and portrays its [[ReligionIsMagic creation by a rabbi]]. Bart takes over the Golem and has it slaughter people until Lisa allows it to speak, at which point it's voiced by Richard Lewis and begins acting like a stereotypical Jew. The family make a female Golem out of play-doh, voiced by Fran Drescher, Creator/FranDrescher, and the pair get married in a Jewish ceremony.
28th Apr '17 4:29:01 PM StrixObscuro
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* One appears in Creator/GrantMorrison's epic ''[[ComicBook/SevenSoldiers Seven Soldiers of Victory]]'', including the Hebrew letters.

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* One appears in Creator/GrantMorrison's epic ''[[ComicBook/SevenSoldiers Seven Soldiers ''ComicBook/SevenSoldiers of Victory]]'', Victory'', including the Hebrew letters.



* Thessaly from ''Thessaly: Witch for Hire'' (a spinoff from ComicBook/TheSandman) had a golem in her house that she used primarily as a coat-rack. When it comes alive to defend her, another character expresses surprise that she knows Jewish magic. She points out that when a magic user becomes as powerful as she is, magic loses all its cultural barriers.

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* Thessaly from ''Thessaly: Witch for Hire'' ''ComicBook/ThessalyWitchForHire'' (a spinoff spin-off from ComicBook/TheSandman) had a golem in her house that she used primarily as a coat-rack. When it comes alive to defend her, another character Fetch expresses surprise that she knows Jewish magic. She points out that when a magic user becomes as powerful as she is, magic loses all its cultural barriers.


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* One of the allies of ComicBook/TheInvaders was The Golem, a Jewish man who gained the ability to assume a durable clay form after an accident.
* In ''ComicBook/ProjectSuperpowers'', the Boy King makes use of a giant golem to compensate for his lack of superhuman abilities.
28th Apr '17 3:28:21 PM GGCrono
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-> ''[[AC: "Golem must work. Golem must have a master."]]''

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-> ''[[AC: "Golem Golem must work. Golem must have a master."]]'']]''
2nd Apr '17 6:26:38 PM GGCrono
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->''"Though it moves like a living thing, anyone can tell it lacks a soul... not to mention mercy."''
-->-- '''Flavor text''' on '''[[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Discussion.aspx?multiverseid=24679 Hollow Warrior,]]''' ''TabletopGame/{{Magic the Gathering}}''

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->''"Though it moves like -> ''[[AC: "Golem must work. Golem must have a living thing, anyone can tell it lacks a soul... not to mention mercy."''
master."]]''
-->-- '''Flavor text''' on '''[[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Discussion.aspx?multiverseid=24679 Hollow Warrior,]]''' ''TabletopGame/{{Magic the Gathering}}''
'''Dorfl''', ''Discworld/FeetOfClay''
26th Mar '17 2:06:21 PM nombretomado
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* ''OgreBattle'' offers golems, including one made of [[AppliedPhlebotinum baldr]]. They become stronger when teamed with enchanters, who fight by magically controlling dolls.

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* ''OgreBattle'' ''VideoGame/OgreBattle'' offers golems, including one made of [[AppliedPhlebotinum baldr]]. They become stronger when teamed with enchanters, who fight by magically controlling dolls.
21st Mar '17 6:31:51 PM nombretomado
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* In Creator/SimonRGreen's ''{{Nightside}}'' series, the local neo-Nazis quit putting on demonstrations after a gang of golems showed up at their last march and kicked their asses up and down the street.

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* In Creator/SimonRGreen's ''{{Nightside}}'' ''{{Literature/Nightside}}'' series, the local neo-Nazis quit putting on demonstrations after a gang of golems showed up at their last march and kicked their asses up and down the street.
12th Mar '17 4:31:49 PM nombretomado
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Mortasheen}}'' has some [[http://www.bogleech.com/mortasheen/ghoulem.htm very]] [[http://www.bogleech.com/mortasheen/goam.htm esoteric]] BioPunk takes on this


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* ''WebOriginal/{{Mortasheen}}'' has some [[http://www.bogleech.com/mortasheen/ghoulem.htm very]] [[http://www.bogleech.com/mortasheen/goam.htm esoteric]] BioPunk takes on this.
19th Feb '17 4:35:01 PM skadooshbag
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The creature originated in the Jewish mystical tradition of Kabbalah, which holds that those who study the holy books and are strong in the ways of the Lord may create imitations of His miracles, but only imperfect ones. As God made Adam from clay, so may a holy man create an imitation of a man, albeit one lacking a soul. [[FridgeLogic Never mind that a piece of clay being able to move around on its own without bones, muscles or a nervous system of any kind is pretty damn miraculous compared to a human, whose body works based on principles grounded in the laws of nature and physics]]. (Well, that's why it's an imitation.)

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The creature originated in the Jewish mystical tradition of Kabbalah, which holds that those who study the holy books and are strong in the ways of the Lord may create imitations of His miracles, but only imperfect ones. As God made Adam from clay, so may a holy man create an imitation of a man, albeit one lacking a soul. [[FridgeLogic Never mind that a piece of clay being able to move around on its own without bones, muscles or a nervous system of any kind is pretty damn miraculous compared to a human, whose body works based on principles grounded in the laws of nature and physics]]. (Well, that's why it's an imitation.)\n
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