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  2. G.I. Joe (film series) - Wikipedia

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    G.I. Joe is a series of American military science fiction action films based on the toy line of the same name.Development for the first film began in 2003, but when the United States launched the invasion of Iraq in March 2003, Hasbro suggested adapting the Transformers instead.

  3. All your base are belong to us - Wikipedia

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    In November 2000, Kansas City computer programmer and part-time disc jockey Jeffrey Ray Roberts (1977–2011), of the gabber band The Laziest Men on Mars, made a techno dance track, "Invasion of the Gabber Robots," which remixed some of the Zero Wing video game music with a voice-over of the phrase, "All your base are belong to us".

  4. List of Dragon Age media - Wikipedia

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    A motion comic by Penny Arcade about an in-game item named "Hindsight" Dragon Age: The Silent Grove: February 22, 2012 — May 2, 2012 Comic book series Written by David Gaider, script by Alexander Freed, art by Chad Hardin; Published by Dark Horse Comics; A six-part mini-series set after Dragon Age II featuring Alistair, Varric Tethras and Isabela

  5. Ray William Johnson - Wikipedia

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    Ray William Johnson (born 1981–1982) is an American internet celebrity best known for his eponymous YouTube channel and his web series on that channel, Equals Three. In 2013, the channel surpassed 10 million subscribers and had over 2 billion views, making it one of the most watched and subscribed to channels at the time.

  6. Freedom Fighters: The Ray - Wikipedia

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    In Tulsa, Oklahoma, Ray Terrill / The Ray and the Freedom Fighters work to save refugees in Nazi-occupied Earth-X. The New Reichsmen, consisting of leader Overgirl, Blitzkrieg, and Black Arrow, overpower the Freedom Fighters, killing Red Tornado and Dollman. The Reichmen attempt to steal the former's cerebral cortex, but the Ray, wounded, is ...

  7. This Ain't a Game - Wikipedia

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    Released: February 5, 2002. "Keep Your Head Up". Released: December 4, 2002. This Ain't a Game is the second studio album by American R&B singer Ray J. It was released on June 19, 2001, under Atlantic Records in the United States.

  8. RayCrisis - Wikipedia

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    Genre (s) Scrolling shooter. Mode (s) Single-player. Arcade system. Taito G-NET. RayCrisis [b] is a 1998 vertically scrolling shooter arcade video game developed and published by Taito. A PlayStation home release was published in 2000 as RayCrisis: Series Termination. It is the third in the Ray series of games, serving as a prequel to RayForce .

  9. My Kind of Jazz Part 3 - Wikipedia

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    Renaissance. (1975) My Kind of Jazz Part 3. (1975) Live In Japan. (1975) My Kind of Jazz Part 3 is a 1975 album by Ray Charles released by Crossover Records. Concord Records re-issued the contents in digital form in 2009.