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Category: WEAPONS-EXPLOSIVES

  • ACME Bomb
    • Who Framed Roger Rabbit 1988 Film
      • Round, black bomb, made by the ACME Corporation that Valiant includes in his song and dance to distract the Toon Patrol weasels in the ACME warehouse.
    • Eureka 2006 TV Series
      • Classic style black, round ACME bomb (Christmas episode Do You See What I See?)
  • Anthrax Bomb
    • Brave New World 1931 Literature
      • People still went on talking about truth and beauty as though they were the sovereign goods. Right up to the time of the Nine Years' War. That made them change their tune all right. What's the point of truth or beauty or knowledge when the anthrax bombs are popping all around you?
  • Antimatter Friction-induction Bomb
  • Bore-Pellets
    • Foster, You're Dead 1955 Literature
      • New and improved Soviet weapons requiring purchase of an adaptor for bomb shelters, a metal grill that screens them, makes them explode on the surface so they can't burrow down to the shelter.
  • Cobalt Bomb
  • Concussion Missiles
    • Farscape 1999 TV Series
      • Weapon that the Kanvian government launches into the planet's bonosphere to flush out Moya and Talyn. (Season 3 episode Thanks for Sharing)
  • CRM-114
    • Severance 2006 Film
      • An antipersonnel land mine. Reference to the C.R.M. 114 Discriminator radio device in Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove.
  • CTX
    • Shiri 1999 Film
      • A binary liquid explosive developed by the South Korean government. In its ground state, CTX is indistinguishable from water, but when placed under the right temperature conditions for long enough, 200mL has a 1 km blast radius.
  • Darnaz Triangle
    • Farscape 1999 TV Series
      • Unnamed enemies of peace unleash a weapon called the Darnaz Triangle on the Eidelon poeple that lived on the planet Arnessk. (Season 4 episode What Was Lost, Part 1: Sacrifice)
  • The Defender
    • Andy Richter Controls The Universe 2002 TV Series
      • One of the potential names for the new Green Cloud missile in Keith's focus group. Surface to surface missile that can target an object the size of a yam from 400 miles away. (episode France)
  • Defoliator Capsule
    • Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2008 Animated Series
      • New weapon designed by General Lok Durd that capable of catastrophic destruction, a weapon which will destroy organic matter but leave machines unharmed. (Season 1 episode Defenders of Peace)
  • Dr. Bellinger's Bandages
    • xXx 2002 Film
      • Explosive device that Agent Shavers gives to Xander
  • E-Z Launcher
  • FOAB
    • Future Man 2017 TV Series
      • a.k.a. Father of all Bombs. Bomb blueprint framed on the wall in "The Temple”, the living room in J.C.C., James Cameron's compound. (Season 1 episode Pandora's Mailbox)
  • Freedom!!!
    • Andy Richter Controls The Universe 2002 TV Series
      • One of the potential names for the new Green Cloud missile in Keith's focus group. Surface to surface missile that can target an object the size of a yam from 400 miles away. (episode France)
  • Froonium
  • Green Meanies
    • Community 2009 TV Series
      • Type of paintball ammunition. They explode on contact and they mark your target with paint. From season 6 episode 11
  • Griswald
    • Firefly 2002 TV Series
      • Pressure sensitive anti-personnel grenades the size of a battery from the war story that Zoë tells the crew when Kaylee asks her why she and Mal cut their apples instead of just biting into them. (episode War Stories)
  • I-Mines
    • Eureka 2006 TV Series
      • a.k.a. Immobilization mines. Mines that shoot a gel webbing that hardens on contact. (Season 4 episode All the Rage)
  • Jericho Missile
    • Iron Man 2008 Film
      • Missile manufactured by Stark Industries, the crown jewel of Stark's Freedom Line, the system to use repulsorlift technology.
  • Kung Pao Bomb
    • Frasier 1993 TV Series
      • Joke Frasier makes about the state of his kitchen when Daphne's brother visits: "It looks like a Kung Pao bomb went off" (Season 7 episode The Dark Side of the Moon)
  • Laser Bomb
    • Community 2009 TV Series
      • A weapon that Annie's character in Abed's movie Chief Starr and the Raiders of the Galaxy pulls out of her shirt and throws at the enemy in Season 6 episode 8 Intro to Recycled Cinema
  • MORO-12
    • Jurassic Park 1990 Literature
      • Inhalation nerve gas grenades… They reached the bottom of the stairs, and came upon rows of gas masks hanging on the wall, in plastic containers. They shone their flashlights deeper into the room and saw several heavy glass cubes, two feet high, with steel caps. Grant could see small dark spheres inside the cubes. It was like being in a room full of giant pepper mills, he thought. Muldoon opened the cap of one, reached in, and withdrew a sphere. He turned it in the light, frowning. "I'll be damned." "What is it?" Grant said. "MORO-12," Muldoon said. "It's an inhalation nerve gas. These are grenades. Lots and lots of grenades." Chapter: Under control
  • The Peace-afire
    • Andy Richter Controls The Universe 2002 TV Series
      • One of the potential names for the new Green Cloud missile in Keith's focus group. Surface to surface missile that can target an object the size of a yam from 400 miles away. (episode France)
  • Photon Bolts
    • Ready Player One 2018 Film
      • Halliday's casket in his Easter egg contest announcement is the a photon torpedo tube, same as the one that holds Spock's body in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  • R-H Bomb
    • The Defenders 1953 Literature
      • Taylor is enjoying a rare Rest Period while his wife Mary is following the news, which reported that Moscow was recently hit with an R-H bomb.
  • Seismic Disruptors
    • Farscape 1999 TV Series
      • Horrific weapon built by the Plokavians that can destroy entire planets. (Season 2 episode The Ugly Truth)
  • Shatter Grenades
    • Farscape 1999 TV Series
      • Horrific weapon built by the Plokavians that eats your body alive. (Season 2 episode The Ugly Truth)
  • Ship Buster
    • The Bobiverse 2016 Literature
      • Makeshift missiles that Bob creates to defend himself from the Brazilian empire ship Sara Domar in the Epsilon Eridani solar system.
  • Steamer
    • 1984 1949 Literature
      • ‘Steamer' was a nickname which, for some reason, the proles applied to rocket bombs.
  • Super Stink Bomb
    • Workaholics 2011 TV Series
      • Karl's homemade recipe: "That's filled with so much nasty stuff, man. Like raw poop, human poop, raccoon poop, my poop, Velveeta cheese, and fermented Grumpy Grape Squeezit." (Season 5 episode Menergy Crisis)
  • Tarium Bomb
    • Dark Matter 2015 TV Series
      • Weapon supposedly used at the corporate summit in the alternate universe (Season 2 episode 3 I've Seen the Other Side of You)
  • Thermite Detonators
  • The Ex-Wife
    • Iron Man 2 2010 Film
      • Explosive rocket made by Justin Hammer. Turns out to be a dud when Rhodey finally fires it at Ivan Vanko.
  • Toddler Bomb
    • Future Man 2017 TV Series
      • Demented weapons that Tiger and Wolf had to face while growing up in the sewers - human children genetically engineered to blow up when you hug them. (Season 3 episode Trapper's Delight)
  • Z-Bomb
    • Eureka 2006 TV Series
      • Z-wave bomb that Zane develops to knock out all the Virtual Eureka NPCs all at once. (Season 5 episode Double Take)

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