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28th Mar '16 8:21:51 AM RazorSmile
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** The series' protagonist, Anita Blake is described as an [[BlatantLies abstinent]], five-foot-nothing, gunslinging, racially conflicted tomboy. By profession, she animates corpses. An obscene pattern of scars reminds the reader of her additionally exciting work, as a federally recognized vampire executioner. She carries a B.A. emphasising supernatural studies, and often notes its worthlessness. This learned individual maintains a side job, on retainer for the Regional Preternatural Investigation Team (RPIT) as their freelance investigator. As an expert in cryptozoology, she was deputized by said local authorities; she serves as analyst for crime scenes. Finally, she's a necromancer, one fearful of acknowledging relevant Vudun involvement.

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** ** The series' protagonist, Anita Blake is described as an [[BlatantLies abstinent]], five-foot-nothing, gunslinging, racially conflicted tomboy. By profession, she animates corpses. An obscene pattern of scars reminds the reader of her additionally exciting work, as a federally recognized vampire executioner. She carries a B.A. emphasising supernatural studies, and often notes its worthlessness. This learned individual maintains a side job, on retainer for the Regional Preternatural Investigation Team (RPIT) as their freelance investigator. As an expert in cryptozoology, she was deputized by said local authorities; she serves as analyst for crime scenes. Finally, she's a necromancer, one fearful of acknowledging relevant Vudun involvement.



* In the Literature/ShadowOps novels ''Gemini Cell'' and ''Javelin Rain'', the protagonist Jim Schweitzer is a Navy SEAL who got killed after an odd mission -- and then returned from the dead in his own now-superhuman magically and technological semi-preserved corpse. Thus he is now a cyborg zombie supersoldier.

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* In the Literature/ShadowOps novels ''Gemini Cell'' and ''Javelin Rain'', the protagonist Jim Schweitzer is a Navy SEAL who got killed after an odd mission -- and then returned from the dead in his own now-superhuman magically and technological technologically semi-preserved corpse. Thus he is now a cyborg zombie supersoldier.
28th Mar '16 8:21:32 AM RazorSmile
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** The series' protagonist, Anita Blake is described as an [[BlatantLies abstinent]], five-foot-nothing, gunslinging, racially conflicted tomboy. By profession, she animates corpses. An obscene pattern of scars reminds the reader of her additionally exciting work, as a federally recognized vampire executioner. She carries a B.A. emphasising supernatural studies, and often notes its worthlessness. This learned individual maintains a side job, on retainer for the Regional Preternatural Investigation Team (RPIT) as their freelance investigator. As an expert in cryptozoology, she was deputized by said local authorities; she serves as analyst for crime scenes. Finally, she's a necromancer, one fearful of acknowledging relevant Vudun involvement.

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** ** The series' protagonist, Anita Blake is described as an [[BlatantLies abstinent]], five-foot-nothing, gunslinging, racially conflicted tomboy. By profession, she animates corpses. An obscene pattern of scars reminds the reader of her additionally exciting work, as a federally recognized vampire executioner. She carries a B.A. emphasising supernatural studies, and often notes its worthlessness. This learned individual maintains a side job, on retainer for the Regional Preternatural Investigation Team (RPIT) as their freelance investigator. As an expert in cryptozoology, she was deputized by said local authorities; she serves as analyst for crime scenes. Finally, she's a necromancer, one fearful of acknowledging relevant Vudun involvement.



* In the Literature/ShadowOps novels ''Gemini Cell'' and ''Javelin Rain'', the protagonist Jim Schweitzer is a Navy SEAL who got killed after an odd mission -- and then returned from the dead in his own now-superhuman magically semi-preserved corpse. Thus he is now a magic zombie supersoldier.

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* In the Literature/ShadowOps novels ''Gemini Cell'' and ''Javelin Rain'', the protagonist Jim Schweitzer is a Navy SEAL who got killed after an odd mission -- and then returned from the dead in his own now-superhuman magically and technological semi-preserved corpse. Thus he is now a magic cyborg zombie supersoldier.
28th Mar '16 8:20:32 AM RazorSmile
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* In the Literature/ShadowOps novels ''Gemini Cell'' and ''Javelin Rain'', the protagonist Jim Schweitzer is a Navy SEAL who got killed after an odd mission -- and then returned from the dead in his own now-superhuman magically semi-preserved corpse. Thus he is now a magic zombie supersoldier.
1st Feb '16 8:05:41 AM ErikModi
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* [[Literature/TheMartian Mark Watney]]: Astronaut/Mechanical Engineer/Greatest Botanist On This Planet/MacGyver/Space Pirate/[[Comics/IronMan Iron Man]].

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* [[Literature/TheMartian Mark Watney]]: Astronaut/Mechanical Engineer/Greatest Botanist On This Planet/MacGyver/Space Planet/Series/MacGyver/Space Pirate/[[Comics/IronMan Iron Man]].
1st Feb '16 8:04:29 AM ErikModi
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* [[Literature/TheMartian Mark Watney]]: Astronaut/Mechanical Engineer/Greatest Botanist On This Planet/MacGyver/Space Pirate/[[Comics/IronMan Iron Man]].
10th Jan '16 5:39:06 PM phoenix
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** ''Discworld/{{Jingo}}'' is a book where a CowboyCop, a [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent werewolf]], a man who's [[KingIncognito secretly a king]], a [[OurTrollsAreDifferent troll]], and a [[EverythingsDeaderWithZombies zombie]] team up with Bedouin to stop a war in a plot borrowed from LawrenceOfArabia, but with more [[TheBeautifulGame football]]. Meanwhile, two TooDumbToFool other cops, a MagnificentBastard tyrant and an expy of LeonardoDaVinci are on a secret mission in a submarine. Oh, and there's [[Creator/HPLovecraft a city built by squid.]]

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** ''Discworld/{{Jingo}}'' is a book where a CowboyCop, a [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent werewolf]], a man who's [[KingIncognito secretly a king]], a [[OurTrollsAreDifferent troll]], and a [[EverythingsDeaderWithZombies zombie]] team up with Bedouin to stop a war in a plot borrowed from LawrenceOfArabia, but with more [[TheBeautifulGame [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball football]]. Meanwhile, two TooDumbToFool other cops, a MagnificentBastard tyrant and an expy of LeonardoDaVinci are on a secret mission in a submarine. Oh, and there's [[Creator/HPLovecraft a city built by squid.]]
28th Nov '15 8:23:42 PM nombretomado
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* TheSecretsOfTheImmortalNicholasFlamel. It's not a FantasyKitchenSink so much as a Fantasy Home Depot Plumbing Department. With an ActionGirl FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire, {{HistoricalDomainCharacter}}s aplenty (the villains include Elizabethan CourtMage John Dee, Billy the Kid, and Creator/NiccoloMachiavelli, while the heroes include JoanOfArc and Creator/WilliamShakespeare) and AllMythsAreTrue.

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* TheSecretsOfTheImmortalNicholasFlamel.''Literature/TheSecretsOfTheImmortalNicholasFlamel''. It's not a FantasyKitchenSink so much as a Fantasy Home Depot Plumbing Department. With an ActionGirl FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire, {{HistoricalDomainCharacter}}s {{Historical Domain Character}}s aplenty (the villains include Elizabethan CourtMage John Dee, Billy the Kid, and Creator/NiccoloMachiavelli, while the heroes include JoanOfArc and Creator/WilliamShakespeare) and AllMythsAreTrue.
31st Oct '15 8:51:52 PM nombretomado
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* QuantumGravity

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* QuantumGravity''Literature/QuantumGravity''
18th Oct '15 6:34:43 AM Nazetrime
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* In the FictionalVideoGame in which ''Literature/{{Noob}}'' is set, undergoing a BioAugmentation process basically means becoming a super-MagicallyIneptFighter in world where everyone is born with a potential to do magic. In the fourth novel, it turns out that someone with a natural magical MasterOfAll ability got BioAugmentation. Instead of getting completely cut off from the magic system, he got demoted to a magical JackOfAllTrades while getting the perks from the procedure.
6th Oct '15 7:54:29 AM ZaklogtheGreat
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* Jonathan Moeller's ''Literature/HyperspaceDemons'' includes evil robotic spiders with zombified human heads.
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