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It is highly possible that Baum took some of the personality traits of Alice and morphed them into his own for his character. He ultimately Americanized the character who would become known as Dorothy Gale. Despite Baum stating Dorothy is not based upon anyone real, the name of Dorothy was most likely chosen in homage to Baum's own real-life niece, 'Dorothy Louise Gage', who died in infancy. Baum's wife was very attached to her and was deeply grieved by her death, so there is speculation that Baum inserted her name into his stories as a memorial.

Lee Sandlin, writes that L. Frank Baum read a disaster report of a tornado in Irving, Kansas, in May which included the name of a victim, Dorothy Gale, who was "found buried face down in a mud puddle. The adolescent girl protagonist based and modeled upon Dorothy Gale is named Ellie Smith. Sometimes spelled Elly Smith in some printing versions And the dog that serves as Toto is named Totoshka.

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In this version, much of the story is the same as Baum's original story with only a few changes in the plots and most of the character's names are translated into Russian form. Dorothy meets Jamie Diggs, the great-grandson of the Wizard at Glinda's palace. She receives a special gift of his friendship by Ozma, which represents the central theme of the book. Dorothy, along with Toto, accompanies Jamie who is declared the new Royal Magician of Oz, on his journey to battle the Army of Trees and casts her own Spell of the Stone Morels against the army of Morel Mushrooms who have sided with the Fighting Trees.

Magician of Oz. Dorothy reunites with Jamie and meets his best friend, Buddy, when they arrive by balloon in the Emerald City. She joins them and even Ozma as they travel by balloon to explore the dark hole beneath the covered bridge in Winkie Country where the Shadow Demon was reborn. Her encounter with him while travelling by boat along the Winkie River provides Jamie a critical clue that sends him and Buddy to Mount Munch in order to save the Hyups from the Shadow Demon. Shadow Demon of Oz. They travel to the Emerald City and reunite with the rest of Jamie's family and friends, all of whom have been transported to Oz by means of a magic box.

Dorothy joins everyone as they travel south to the banks of the Munchkin River to watch the climatic battle against Cobbler the Dog, the mechanical pet of Tik-Tok, who was possessed by the evil remains of the Wicked Witch of the East. Family of Oz. Roger S. Baum is the great-grandson of L. Frank Baum. In this story, the tale starts in Kansas.

While Toto is barking at the chickens and Aunt Em and Uncle Henry are working on the farm, Dorothy is making her bed in the morning and takes a peek out her bedroom window to see a bright and beautiful rainbow in the distance. With Toto at her side, she rushes outside to try and catch it. When she finally reaches it, she then sees Glinda the Good Witch inside it. She tells Dorothy that she must return to Oz so that she can save her friends from an evil jester. She retrieved the Silver Shoes that Dorothy lost in the Deadly Desert on her flight back home from Oz after the first trip.

She tells Dorothy that the desert has weakened the power of the shoes' magic, so they can only work two more times to take her to Oz and then back again before the charm officially dies. Dorothy uses them for her and Toto to go back to Oz and let the adventure begin. Author Gregory Maguire combined both the original character of 's Dorothy by Baum and the version of Dorothy portrayed by the late Judy Garland while adding his own traits into the character making it work for the story of Wicked.

In Maguire's story she is portrayed as a good-natured child. She is practical, single-minded and even slightly boring. She also has a tendency to burst into song, which the Ozians find irritating to the point she is able to use it as a threat later in the book series. Baum's Dorothy was around ten to twelve years old. Maguire also keeps her a mere child like in the original book, while also adding some of the personality traits and mannerisms of Judy's iconic portrayal of her who was sixteen when she played the role. And much like in the original story by Baum, Maguire confirms that her experience in Oz was indeed a real place and not a dream like it appeared to be in the film version.

In Wicked , Dorothy is not the focal point of the plot even though she does play a rather small but very important role, but only because the story could not exist without her. Dorothy is mentioned several times but is only involved in the chaos and drama towards the end of Maguire's tale. Dorothy is seen as a mere outsider who cannot read Oz's unique writing system, knows nothing about Oz's complex politics and overall system, laws or history. Dorothy is oblivious to the world around her, as everything seems so magical and alien to her. Although she is well-meaning, mature for her age and very compassionate beyond her years, her innocence and unyielding desire to return to Kansas, causes a domino effect in the result of negative outcomes.

And much-unwanted trouble and heartache for the main character of the book, Elphaba Thropp. It is Elphaba's bad reputation as Dorothy does not know any better to think of Elphaba for anything other than what everyone else in Oz views her as, which is "Wicked". Even though Elphaba is not actually so, just misunderstood. But Dorothy, however, is not aware of this until she meets Elphaba in the Vinkus aka the " Winkie Country " at the Kiamo Ko castle when the Wizard sends Dorothy to kill her. However, in Wicked there is no indication if the character of Almira Gulch exists.

In both Baum's original children's book of and Maguire's mature revision, Dorothy attends a banquet party in Oz and spends her first night on the Yellow Brick Road at the house of a wealthy Munchkin named Boq who is the richest one in Oz. He held this celebration in honor of her for killing the Wicked Witch of the East and setting the Munchkins free from her bondage. This was not portrayed accurately in the film but in Wicked it is revealed that the two characters discussed the etymology of Dorothy's name.

Boq finds it interesting that it is the reverse of her land's "King" Theodore — which means "Gift of the Gods" — and that it means "Goddess of Gifts". This fact causes many of the superstitious Ozians to look at her as a saint in the flesh. And much like a disciple sent to Oz to fulfill a prophecy by the "Unnamed God". The fact that she wears Nessarose 's magic shoes make the Ozians even more superstitious of her. And the coincidence her last name is the same of the Wizard's Army aka the "Gale Force" makes her nearly untouchable.

Her disposition was so incredible to the Ozians, they imagined at one point that she must be an assassin, disguised as a "Gullible Sweetheart". And just like in Baum's original book the Scarecrow and Tin Woodman are left behind in the dark, unforgiving night.

After an uncomfortable and disastrous meal, Elphaba pulls Dorothy into one of the castle's towers in an attempt to straighten things out. While also assuming she had to be tied into the tapestry of conspiracies in Oz, she confesses that the Wizard sent her to kill Elphaba, but Dorothy, being a mere child, simply cannot bring herself to do such a terrible task. Elphaba commands her to hand over the slippers, but they are enchanted under the protection of Glinda and will not come off.

Dorothy explains that the Wizard himself even tried to pry them off before sending her to the Vinkus in exchange to be sent back home. Despite her efforts, they will not come off, Dorothy is magically locked tight inside of them, for better or worse. As it became apparent, Elphaba briefly realizes that Dorothy reminds her much of herself, as both Dorothy and Elphaba are misunderstood, outsiders.

Elphaba finally sees that Dorothy is just an innocent human girl from a different place who had been thrown into a world that she knew nothing about. But then Elphaba becomes physiologically and emotionally crippled by Dorothy's honest pleas for forgiveness for killing her sister. This pushes Elphaba to her psychological breaking point. She finally snaps and goes insane and this is when Elphaba accidentally sets herself on fire due to not paying attention to her surroundings. The hot sparks from a nearby candle caught on her long robes and black cape, setting her ablaze.

Dorothy, seeing her in trouble, tries to save the woman and put out the fire by grabbing a nearby bucket of water that was collecting rainwater from a leak. Dorothy, not knowing water is fatal to Elphaba, tosses the bucket at her without a second thought. To her horror, it tragically melts her away, killing her by accident instead of helping her as Dorothy thought it would.

In the sequel Son of a Witch , the story picks up right after Elphaba's tragic death. While traveling through the Vinkus, Dorothy and the group all meet a shapeshifting Princess who is also the head leader of her native tribe. The Princesses name is Nastoya who appeared to the group as a human girl but was originally an elephant at birth. Nastoya explains to them all that because of the Wizard and his prejudice veiws against Animals, she disguised herself and vailed her true form as a clever shield of protection.

Yet Nastoya confesses she is finding it increasingly difficult to switch forms which leads her to believe she is dying. As so, Nastoya shockingly morphs herself and transforms right infront of Dorothy and her companions which is described to be revolting to watch as Nastoya's skin stretches and her bones shift and body mutates. Seeing this, Dorothy nearly vomits in her apron and Toto passes out in a nervous fit. In the third and final book of the Wicked series Out of Oz , it is revealed that an old Witch called "La Mombey" was the sorceress who placed the spell on her.

When Dorothy reaches the Emerald City Liir is told to wait outside the Wizard's palace while Dorothy and her friends step inside to speak with Oz. Despite her promise to come back to say goodbye before returning to Kansas , Dorothy forgets about Liir and leaves without a proper farewell, leaving Liir heartbroken. Despite this, Liir does not hold it against her because he understands how eager she was to get back home. It is rumored by the Ozians that when Dorothy was sent home, she was seen descending up into the sky waving her apron and carrying that "damn fool dog".

He meets her on the yellow brick road when she is already accompanied by the Scarecrow and Nick Chopper the Tin Woodman. In the fourth and final book of the Wicked series Out of Oz , it is explained that Dorothy is teleported home, flying over the magical Land of Oz and back to Kansas thanks to the power of Nessa's beautiful slippers.

Unfortunately, she loses them when they fell off her feet on the flight back somewhere in between the universe that separates Oz from the civilized world. And just like in the original book by Baum, they are never recovered. Nevertheless, Dorothy reappears on the horizon, shoeless but still in one piece on the prairie, and of course, holding Toto in her arms. Due to her extended disappearance and unexplainable survival from the cyclone, the other local children at the schoolhouse Dorothy attends, completely shun her and label her a freak of nature for riding the winds of a twister and living to tell about it, nonetheless suddenly reappearing out of nowhere months later.

To keep herself from feeling lonely, Dorothy takes up singing to hide the fact that no one at school would talk to her. And her tales of Oz only make her seem completely crazy, thus making her unmarriageable and "ungodly". Six years later, Dorothy and Toto are unexpectedly sent to Oz by fate once again. But now she is approximately sixteen years old. Even though it has been less than a decade since her first visit in her world, it has been around twenty to thirty years in Oz's time. Back in Kansas, Dorothy's relatives never believe her stories about Oz and criticize her for having her head in the clouds and sabotaging her future.

However, after sightseeing, Dorothy ends up being trapped with Toto in a motel elevator when an earthquake hits believed to be the same California earthquake from When the building collapses the elevator falls into the bowels of the Earth and into another dimension. It falls from the sky, accidentally lands on a cow, and kills it. And Toto is somehow lost in the process when he falls out of the elevator doors which are cracked just enough for him to slip through. Dorothy is buried alive under all the rocks and pieces of the Earth that the earthquake brought down along with the elevator.

Luckily, it is found by nearby locals who dig up and save her. She suffers from a temporary state of amnesia and a bump on her head which gives her a near concussion. She is taken in by strangers and nursed back to health. She spends many months recuperating from the traumatic event and slowly gains her memory back. When Dorothy's health strengthens she realizes she is back in the Land of Oz again, specifically in the country of the Glikkus tribe.

She learns that Oz has fallen into war and the Glikkun trolls extradite her to Munchkinland's new capital, Bright Lennins, where the new Eminence has her stand trial for the murders of saint Nessarose and saint Elphaba Thropp, calling it "regicide. And sure enough, the overall court case finds her guilty and she is sentenced. But to her surprise her old friend, Brrr aka the Cowardly Lion, came to her aid.

He is also accompanied by Mr. Boss and Little Daffy who helped rescue her from her harsh sentence. They then immediately high tail it out of Munchkinland before "things get ugly". Eventually Brrr is made the governor of Oz until the long lost Princess Ozma comes of age to take the throne. Dorothy is finally reunited with Toto whom she thought was dead and the Grimmerie book is used to send them back to San Francisco to see if Aunt Em and Uncle Henry survived the earthquake or not. Dorothy is the main antagonist of the non-canon Oz novella, Birds of Prey.

Her appearance is much like that of the Judy Garland in the film adaptation, except her ruby slippers are replaced with a silver necklace adorned with a ruby. Dorothy is called "Gale" throughout the story, and she is presented as a vampire. In the hit Broadway musical version of Maguire's book, also titled Wicked , Dorothy is never seen despite being referred to and talked to on stage. Only a silhouette is seen of a girl behind a screen who's presumed to be her, tossing a bucket of water on Elphaba aka The Wicked Witch of the West. Author Vincent Begley wrote a novel based off of the character of Dorothy.

It is a Memoir that is written as if she was a real person. This novel wasn't very successful, but most likely due to the fact it came out around the same time as Gregory Maguire's Wicked , which we all know was a huge success. Instead, the novel explores the tragic, but very moving life of "Dorothy Gael" in this version her last name really is spelled Gael , in 's Kansas, whose traumatic experiences with Aunt Emily and Uncle Henry after her mother's death lead her to create an imaginary and idealized world in her mind based on some of her real-life experiences as a way of coping with her harsh reality.

Dorothy Must Die is a young adult book by Danielle Paige and her debut novel. It shows a corrupt Dorothy who has usurped control of Oz and is hoarding all of it's magic for herself with the aid of Glinda and an equally corrupt the Scarecrow , Tin Woodman , and Cowardly Lion. A prequel, No Place like Oz , was released as an Ebook and showed the start of her corruption.

At sixteen years old, she has grown tired of her Kansas life and is sent back to Oz via a new pair of red magic shoes made for and given to her by Glinda, an obvious homage to the iconic Ruby slippers. Once there, she becomes addicted to the power of the shoes and overthrows Princess Ozma. The first musical adaption of Oz was a Avant-Garde version loosely based upon the book and produced by Baum and Denslow with music by composer Paul Tietjens in Chicago in and moved to New York in Dorothy was portrayed by Theater Actress Anna Laughlin. In this stage version of Oz, many elements were left out due to being impractical for the time.

For example: Dorothy does not wear Silver Shoes or any type of magic footwear. It used many of the same characters, and was aimed more at adult audiences. It had a long, successful run on Broadway. Rockefeller by name. Many existing songs that had nothing to do with the story were interpolated. Both were panned as rehashes rather than sequels; although Tik-Tok did better than The Wogglebug, neither made it to Broadway. Judy Garland was fifteen at the time she portrayed the twelve-year-old Kansas farm girl who gets swept away to Oz via cyclone. She turned sixteen on the set during the shooting of the movie as she began to develop into a curvy young woman.

Despite being technically too old to play Dorothy as Baum intended his character in the book to be a little girl, even as a teenager Judy did portray a very good Dorothy of Kansas that captivated the world for decades to come. With her wide-eyed expression of an adolescent girl, Judy was perfect for the role. Thanks to her talented singing voice, she beat many other young actresses for the lead role such as Shirley Temple who was a loyal fan of Baum's Oz books, and was more close to the look and age of Baum's description of Dorothy.

Judy was put on a strict diet and even given barbiturate drugs which would lead on to a life long battle of personal demons. During shooting, Judy was forced to wear a special type of corset under her costume. It flattened out her curves by painfully binding her breasts down flat against her chest to make her appear as a twelve-year-old girl who was more innocent, underdeveloped and younger than her real-life age.


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In this animated little version of the Oz stories, Dorothy is swept back to Oz to find an evil Witch who wants to take over the land and the Emerald City. In this version, she is voiced by none other than Judy Garland's daughter, Liza Minnelli. In fact, all the characters are voiced by an all-star cast such as the voice talents of the late Mickey Rooney and Margaret Hamilton. In a different place, in a different time, different people around me, I would like to know of that different world, and how different they find me.

And just what's a Wiz, is he big, will he scare me? If I ask to leave will the Wiz even hear me? How will I know then, if I'll ever get home again? She received critical distain for the performance. In this story, Dorothy has just moved to Kansas from Omaha , Nebraska, after her parents died.

When she struggles adjusting to her new town and school, she decides to try and run away back to Omaha. However, a tornado whisks her to Oz instead. There, she embarks on an adventure that helps her realize, "Home isn't where you live, it's where you love. Williams has expressed an interest in reprising the role of Dorothy on Broadway, and called this special, "an experiment auditioning", that she feels surprised and honored to have landed.

In , child actress Fairuza Balk would be the next girl to wear the iconic ruby slippers. The next role she was to play was Dorothy in Disney's Return to Oz , now considered an official cult classic. She would later go on to have a rather successful acting career and star in many other films such as The Craft and The Waterboy.

Return to Oz is a semi-sequel film to the musical movie. Balk stars as the insomniac and melancholy Dorothy who can't stop thinking about her adventures in Oz and everyone she befriended or encountered there. The look and feel and tone of Return to Oz was intended to give its audience a more surreal and realistic point of view of the magical Land of Oz and all its inhabitants and characters. Unlike the film it presented Oz as a real place instead a mere cameo-dream. This take on Oz displayed all of the dark and nightmarish aspects from the Oz books that the musical left out.

During its theatrical release in summer , it received disastrous reviews by the critics for being too scary and intense for children. Unfortunately, it wasn't successful and was considered a controversial flop. But despite its failure to appeal to the public in the s, it has been praised as the most faithful Oz adaptation ever made. It has gained a huge cult following of fans from all over the world even 30 years after its original making, proving that it is much more than a dark, avant-garde children's film.

The Dreamer of Oz is the L. Frank Baum biopic from Then child actress Courtney Barilla starred as the real-life Dorothy. The film tells how the book became a success and what gave Baum his inspiration when creating Oz and its characters. In this version, she is a teenage orphan who works at Aunt Em's local diner. But she dreams of a glamorous life of the rich and famous and is eager to leave her small town trailer park existence behind, but only if she can finally get discovered and prove she has true talent. After a tornado picks up her trailer and takes it to the realm of Oz, she embarks on a quest wearing Manolo Blahnik silver shoes in hopes of becoming a superstar and make all her dreams come true.

But her great-granddaughter, D. It focuses on the adventures of a small-town waitress named D. Together with her companions Glitch, Raw, and Cain, DG journeys to uncover her lost memories, find her true parents and foil Azkadellia's plot to trap the O. In this version, Dorothy is a children's author who moves to New York City to become a successful children's writer only to realize that her stories about Oz are more than just a fragment of her imagination.

Dorothy is played by actress Paula Ana Redding. Main Article: Dorothy Gale. When she introduces herself, she is thought to be the destined one to fulfill a important part of a prophecy regarding Oz's Witches from the South, West, North, and East. Zelena, aka the Wicked Witch of the West, felt threatened from Dorothy's arrival and became jealous of the girl which caused her skin tone to turn green, "green with envy". Later--when Zelena frightened Dorothy with a ball of flaming fire in her hand she tossed a bucket of well water at the Witch to put it out, but also melted her.

Zelena had turned the Wizard into a Flying Monkey to punish him for his dishonest ways. Disguised as the Wizard, Zelena also gave Dorothy the magic silver shoes, and told Dorothy to click the heels together three times to be teleported back home and to get her out of the picture. In this modern animated take on L. Dorothy makes new friends and battles enemies, as she tries to find her way home again. Dorothy is voiced by actress Ashley Boettcher.

In the popular TV Sitcom That's 70's show , the conceited and vain Jackie Burkeart has a dream on her prom night which happens to be on the night a tornado hits her town. She dreams that she is Dorothy with her stuffed unicorn as Toto. Her look is based off of the illustrations by W. Denslow from the original book by Baum. An independent and yet faithful adaption of Baum's envision of Oz. In this version Dorothy Gale is played by child actress Mariellen Kemp who's appearance as Dorothy stays extremely loyal to Baum's original character as well as all the other characters in this production of the book.

Frank Baum's beloved story. When Kansas farm girl Dorothy Gale and her pet dog Toto have swept away to the magical Land of Oz in a cyclone, she fatally flattens a Wicked Witch, liberates a talking Scarecrow, a man made of tin, a scaredy-cat Lion and is hailed by the Ozians as a great sorceress! But all Dorothy really wants to know is: how does she get home again? Lost Girls is a graphic novel of erotic literature depicting the sexually explicit adventures of three important female fictional characters of the late 19th and early 20th century: Alice from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Dorothy Gale from The Wizard of Oz and Wendy Darling from Peter Pan.

They meet as adults in and describe and share some of their erotic adventures with each other. In writer Alan Moore's book titled Lost Girls , while trapped in her house during a cyclone, Dorothy Gale begins masturbating and experiences her first orgasm at the age of sixteen. Dorothy survives the cyclone and later she has sexual encounters with three Kansas farm hands.

Throughout most of the story, she refers to her "aunt" and "uncle", whom she later admits were her step-mother and step-father, who discover her affairs with the farmhands. Her step-father takes her to New York City, a metaphor of Emerald City under the pretense of seeking psychological help from a therapist. Who is a metaphor for the Wizard , But on their way he has sex with Dorothy repeatedly.

Dorothy feels guilty of destroying her father's marriage, a metaphor for destroying the Wicked Witch and runs away forever to travel the world and find a home. Dorothy, now an adult years after her childhood adventures, has returned to the United States with her friends, the Scarecrow, Tin Woodman and Cowardly Lion. Unfortunately, some of their old enemies have returned as well, including the Wicked Witch of the East, now known as Rebecca Eastwich. Oz Squad. During this era, Dorothy has a son with Ozma, who they name Ozzy.

Oz Squad: March of the Tin Soldiers. Dorothy is a jaded teenager who gets swept with her car to the Land of Oz. There, she meets a robotic dog named Toto, as well as her other companions. In a very dark and grim story, this adult and gothic version of The Wizard of Oz is indeed a twisted one. Dorothy is portrayed as a very innocent orphan who is also a fully developed yet sexually frustrated young girl in her late teens who has swept away to the land of Oz, a mysterious and psychotic realm of dark entities, sexual slavery, rape, mutant creatures and tortured souls.

Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Denslow Judy Garland as Dorothy Gale Dorothy and Toto asleep in the storm. Contents [ show ]. The first illustration of Dorothy Gale and Toto. Dorothy Gale in Silver Slippers. By artist Charles Santote. The picture of Dorothy and Aunt Em that Dorothy carried in her basket in the film. Dorothy and Toto wear Green spectacles in Emerald City. Dorothy with Princess Mombi 1 in Return to Oz , Dorothy and Toto alseep in the cyclone by Charles Santore. Oh Auntie Em, there's no place like home! Somewhere over the rainbow, way up high The teleplay was written by Robert L.

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The City and the Stars. Clarke After the loss of a galactic empire, humanity is restricted to the single city of Diaspar, but lives a life of eternal comfort and safety.

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Alvin escapes and finds the truth — forcing his city to face the universe again. Dan Simmons — a sequel The Rise of Endymion. The Mote in God's Eye. Their hopes for a peaceful coexistence are shattered when they discover how the aliens control their population. Manga by Yasuhiro Nightow , published between and David Drake , published between and Larry Niven — An expedition from earth to find a futuristic planet, a ring surrounding a star, results in the members finding that a meteor puncture in the ring's floor and power failure caused the cities to break apart and civilization to collapse.

Series by Douglas Hill — a lone soldier fights to bring down the organisation which unleashed a deadly radiation against his planet, killing all his people and rendering the planet uninhabitable. Stirling and David Drake , published between and Don McKellar — follows the lives of several individuals as they cope with their final six hours on Earth before the apparent incineration of the Earth by the sun the cause of the apocalypse is never directly stated.

The Deconstruction of Falling Stars. The episode of Babylon 5 — written by J. Michael Straczynski. The End of the World. The episode of the television series Doctor Who. Songs of Distant Earth. Clarke — in which the last survivors of Earth arrive at a distant colony unexpectedly. Frank Lillie Pollock — where a second sun's light incinerates the Earth. Limited series by Garth Ennis depicting the adventures of a man traveling on Earth's surface a few years after a solar event called The Burn.

Followed by a sequel, Just a Pilgrim: Garden of Eden. Left Behind. Film series based on the book series, concerning the Rapture. The manga and subsequent anime movies and TV series by Kia Asamiya — The story is set in a Blade Runner -style world which has been invaded by demonic beings. Season 4 and 5 are based around the pre-apocalyptic world in which the angels are gearing up for a battle between heaven and hell.

James Blish — a black magician brings about the end of the world by releasing all the demons from Hell. Power of Five. Brian Keene — And its sequel City of the Dead. Rather than the zombies being an infection, as in most zombie fiction; these zombies are reanimated by demonic entities, the sisquisim, from the Old Testament. Brian Keene — a Lovecraftian tale of one of the last survivors on earth. In the novel, the world floods causing several monsters appear, mainly gigantic, maneating earthworms.

Garth Nix — A novel in which a group of extradimensional beings invade earth and cause all human adults over the age of 14 to vanish. Dean Koontz — A novel in which a malevolent demonic force kills off the majority of the human race. The Shadow of Yesterday. The role-playing game, in which the unification of all people in a fantasy world under a single, supernatural language results in the destruction of a world by what is presumed to be an asteroid that becomes that world's new moon, one that eclipses the sun for a week out of each month.

A role-playing game, in which an advanced civilization is threatened and destroyed by supernatural forces that religion is knowingly, and in some ways unknowingly, centered on. The reasons for the Dayworld dystopia seems to be a combination involving overpopulation, ecological catastrophe, some sort of disaster that rendered petroleum unusable, and World War III. This is hinted at in the second book. Stirling — Ongoing series of novels and short stories. A disaster of indeterminate cause most speculation within the novels concerns an all-powerful outside force, often facetiously referred to as " Alien space bats " causes electricity, combustion engines, and modern explosives to cease functioning.

A series of novels set in a world created by Storm Constantine — humanity is replaced as the planet's dominant species by a race of mystic hermaphrodites. War and plague ravage the human population, but no single cause is specified. Ongoing comic series, which takes place roughly years in the future, where North America is a dustbowl and lacking modern technology.

Theologus Autodidactus. The Last Man [14]. The Book of Machines. The novel Erewhon ' s section The Book of Machines. After London [15]. Richard Jefferies — the nature of the catastrophe is never stated, except that apparently most of the human race quickly dies out, leaving England to revert to nature. Wells — Towards the end of the book The Time Traveler witnesses the Suns expansion, causing the death of all life on Earth.

The War of the Worlds. Shiel — A volcanic eruption floods the world with cyanide gas. Forster — A short story emphasizing machinery instead of computers. Jack London — Sixty years after an uncontrollable epidemic, the Red Death, has depopulated the planet, James Howard Smith tries to impart the value of knowledge and wisdom to his grandsons. William Hope Hodgson — the Sun burns out and the last of humanity is sheltered in an arcology from the hostile environment and the creatures adapted for it.

George Allan England — two characters wake from suspended animation and find that some great disaster has torn an enormous chasm in the Earth and created a second moon. Play by Karel Capek — notable for coining the term ' robot '. The Metal Giants. The War of the Giants. John Gloag [16]. The Shape of Things to Come. Wells, H. Filmed as Things to Come in Only a group of children survives and forms a strange new humanity.

The Black Flame. Stanley G. Nightmare Number Three. Stephen Vincent Benet. Things to Come [17]. A future second world war leads to a breakdown of civilization in most of the world, with technology returning to medieval levels by Wild Harbour. By the Waters of Babylon. Philip George Chadwick, when a near-invincible army of artificially created soldiers — the flesh guard — falls into the hands of an untrustworthy power, continental Europe forms an alliance and invades Britain. The resulting carnage, involving poisonous electric gas, "humanite" atomic bombs, and the unfeeling march of the Flesh Guard, reduces whole cities and towns in Europe to smoking rubble.

A cartoon short by Hugh Harman — animals rebuild a post-apocalyptic world after humanity has fought wars to the point of extinction. Gather, Darkness. Fritz Leiber [18]. Pat Frank — Depicts a world in which a nuclear power plant explosion renders the entire male population infertile. Earth Abides [14].

Not with a Bang. The Big Eye. Max Simon Ehrlich. Asimov, Isaac — a later book, Robots and Empire gave a different explanation. There Will Come Soft Rains. Ray Bradbury in The Martian Chronicles. The City. Five [19]. Arch Oboler — the film shows the aftermath of a nuclear war, centered on a group of five survivors. Ray Bradbury — short story in The Illustrated Man. When Worlds Collide film. The Day of the Triffids. John Wyndham — Initially thought to be a blinding meteor shower, but later suggested to be a manmade satellite based weapon accidentally discharged, allowing the bioengineered Triffid plants to dominate.

Captive Women [22]. A new primitive society emerges long after a nuclear war. Invasion USA [ citation needed ]. Star Man's Son [14]. Norton, Andre Also published as Daybreak: A. Daphne du Maurier — survival horror. The short story The Birds by Daphne du Maurier — made into the film The Birds by Alfred Hitchcock — in which birds begin launching spontaneous mass attacks against humanity.

Gerald Heard ; a mildrew-generated fog appears to undermine civilization. The Nine Billion Names of God. Clarke — A short story taken from the short story collection of the same name. Wylie, Philip — Cautionary for its time , civil defense -themed "tale of two cities": One fictional American city is ready for nuclear World War III, while the other isn't. The Offshore Island. Some Will Not Die. Slaves To The Metal Horde.

The Last of the Masters. Philip K. Dick — short story novelette by Dick, Philip K. Elsewhere, the last government, a highly centralized and efficient society, is in hiding from the Anarchist League, a global militia preventing the recreation of any government. Day the World Ended [19]. John Wyndham — U.

The aftermath of a nuclear war in a rural Canadian community. The Long Tomorrow [28]. Brackett, Leigh — in the aftermath of a nuclear war scientific knowledge is feared and restricted. World Without End [22]. Edward Bernd, starring Hugh Marlowe , Rod Taylor — Robust 20th Century men—narrowly escaping the ubiquitous "time warp"—kill giant spiders, help pale nerds and their beautiful women emerge from underground, and retake the post World War III surface from troglodyte mutants.

The Last Word. Fritz Leiber — A small family struggles to survive at near-zero temperatures after Earth is ripped from its solar orbit. Invasion of the Body Snatchers. John Christopher — A virus that destroys plants causes massive famine and the breakdown of society. Made into the film No Blade of Grass. Nevil Shute — also the films based on the book.

Rand, Ayn — American society slowly collapses after the country's leading industrialists mysteriously disappear. Teenage Cave Man [19]. Raymond F. Jones , The world's machinery grinds to a halt after comet dust arrives. Terror from the Year Doomsday For Dyson. A made-for-television play by J. Several of the issues brought up in the programme were discussed in an hour-long debate following its conclusion. A group of survivors from an atomic war become trapped in an underground station — During the play, broadcast live on Armchair Theatre , one of the actors Gareth Jones actually died whilst the show was on the air.

George, Peter — filmed as Dr. Strangelove by Stanley Kubrick. The poem from Collected Poems — by George Macbeth. On the Beach [33]. The World, the Flesh and the Devil [19]. Adapted from M. Shiel 's The Purple Cloud. A TV adaptation of a play by Marghanita Laski. Pat Frank — the aftermath of a nuclear war in a rural Florida community. Level 7. The Twilight Zone — numerous episodes, and its revivals.

Atomic War Bride [ citation needed ]. A Yugoslav science fiction drama film directed by Veljko Bulajic. The Final War. Shigeaki Hidaka, a Japanese film about a third world war started when the US accidentally drops a nuclear bomb on South Korea Japanese title: Dai-sanji sekai taisen: Yonju-ichi jikan no kyofu. The Time Machine [22]. A Canticle for Leibowitz. Miller, Jr, Walter M. The Last Woman on Earth. The Earth's oxygen levels drop suddenly, suffocating most life—survivors in an oxygen-producing jungle speculate that this happened because of "a bigger and better bomb" but the reasons are not made clear.

Beyond the Time Barrier. Galouye, Daniel F. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. Ballard — First published novel. World destroyed by increasingly powerful winds. Panic in Year Zero! A movie about a family that escapes Los Angeles after the city is devastated by a nuclear attack. This Is Not a Test. Loosely based on the John Wyndham novel of the same name. The film Triffids are a venomous space-borne plant, and arrive on Earth via meteorites. Brian Aldiss — Presents a dying Earth where vegetation dominates and animal life is all but extinct.

Ballard — Climate change causes flooding. Anthony Burgess — Global over-population and famine leads to mass chaos. John Christopher — A decrease in radiation from the sun causes a new ice age. Cat's Cradle [44]. Comic books series by Gold Key Comics. Novel by Austrian writer Marlen Haushofer.

Adapted to film in by the same name. A forty-something woman while vacationing in a hunting lodge in the Austrian mountains discovers that a transparent wall has been placed that closes her off from the outside world; all life outside the wall appears to have died, possibly in a nuclear event. War novel by Ralph Peters. Islamic extremists launch a series of dirty bomb attacks against the West, which results in a backlash against Muslims. A radical Christian government takes over the US and sends the Army, Marines, and a National Guard full of evangelicals to invade and retake a long-nuked Israel.

Strangelove [44]. The Last Man on Earth. The Time Travelers [ citation needed ]. The Dalek Invasion of Earth. The Doctor Who serial. Some examples from the relaunch are in Army of Ghosts and Doomsday , and in The Sound of Drums and Last of the Time Lords though it could be argued that only the Master is alien. The Day the Earth Caught Fire. Ballard — A super drought evaporates all water on earth. Brian Aldiss — The human race becomes sterile. Time of the Great Freeze. Robert Silverberg — Another ice-age has engulfed the earth. A group from New York travels over the ice to London in the year The Outer Limits.

Nuclear War Card Game. Thomas Disch — Alien flora is seeded on Earth, and quickly comes to dominate all landmasses, threatening Human extinction. John Christopher — Civilization destroyed by massive worldwide earthquakes. Television adaptation of the Novel of the same name. Daleks - Invasion Earth AD. The jungle in Africa starts to crystallize all life and expands outward. Harry Harrison — Made into the film Soylent Green directed by Richard Fleischer — showing a world where humanity had become massively overpopulated, and a vague ecological disaster is creating a growing dust bowl, and the entire economy is collapsing.

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Czech title: Konec srpna v Hotelu Ozon [47] [48]. In the Year [ citation needed ]. Journey to the Center of Time [ citation needed ]. Kavan, Anna — earth threatened by Nuclear winter. Rite of Passage. Alexei Panshin — Earth, after building a dozen or so Ships and seeding a number of colony planets, is destroyed. The Ships are technologically advanced, but the colony planets have all to some extent regressed technologically. The Ships' populations are managed on strictly eugenic lines: as part of this, they deliberately strand their young on colony planets for a month in the Trial , both to weed out bad genes and as a rite of passage.

Nebula Award winner, Hugo Award nominee. Planet of the Apes [22]. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Dick — basis for the film Blade Runner. The God Machine. John Brunner — Set in a future of extreme over-population. The Bed Sitting Room [51]. Originally based on a play by Spike Milligan and John Antrobus. Roger Zelazny — made into a movie and a Hawkwind song Heroes and Villains. Marco Ferreri Italian title: Il Seme dell'uomo [54]. The Ice Schooner. Michael Moorcock — Set in a new ice age on earth. Beneath the Planet of the Apes [55]. The second film in the Planet of the Apes feature film series.

The Last War. Kir Bulychev — in Russian language. No Blade of Grass [56]. Based on the novel The Death of Grass. Volcanic apocalypse. Doctor Who serial Inferno in which attempts to tap the Earths core for power leads to a volcanic apocalypse. Glen and Randa [22]. The Omega Man [59]. The Overman Culture. Global warming. Mutant The Plastic Eater. Kit Pedler , Gerry Davis. A microbe designed to eat waste plastic gets loose. Directorial debut for Douglas Trumbull.

An ecologically-minded astronaut struggles to save the last bio-dome preserving what's left of Earth's wildlife. Adventures with uncooperative droids and the rings of Saturn ensue. John Brunner — The United States is overwhelmed by environmental irresponsibility and authoritarianism.

The End Of The Dream. A Thief in the Night. Doomsday Machine. In , a crew of space travelers tries to colonize Venus after Earth is destroyed by a " doomsday device ". Directed by Herbert J. Leder , Lee Sholem , and producer Harry Hope. Battle for the Planet of the Apes [ citation needed ]. The fifth movie in the Planet of the Apes feature film series. Genesis II [60]. Refuge of Fear [ citation needed ]. Spanish title: El refugio del miedo [61]. Directed by Peter Fonda.

A research team discover a way to travel into the future, and in doing so discover that a worldwide ecological catastrophe is imminent. They send a group of earnest teenagers forward in time to repopulate the Earth after the disaster — but it doesn't end well. Flight of the Horse. A manga series by Go Nagai that tells the tale of a Japan devastated by a massive earthquake and mass volcanic eruption and isolated from the rest of the world, with the remnants of humanity divided between the strong and the weak.

A sequel to Nagai's Devilman series. Stephen King — An unknown phenomenon makes Earth's machines turn against humanity. It was later made into the movie Maximum Overdrive , which added an alien invasion subplot. The Camp of the Saints. The Third Cry. Planet Earth. Made for TV movie. A mutated virus created by a solar flare destroys virtually all of the human population.

One family has survived, and endeavors to travel across America to their family home. Prophecies of Nostradamus. James Herbert — The last two novels of The Rats trilogy show how after a nuclear war, humanity is overthrown by mutated Giant Black Rats. A Boy and His Dog [22]. A young man Don Johnson and his dog Tiger, the dog actor struggle for survival and encounter strife in a harsh, post-apocalyptic wasteland where food, water, and women are scarce. Based on the writings of Harlan Ellison.

Black Moon [ citation needed ]. The Noah [ citation needed ]. Daniel Bourla — An American soldier becomes the sole survivor of a nuclear war. A Doctor Who story that also features alien invasion. Guerrillas from the future explain that they are attempting to kill someone because he caused an explosion at the peace conference, starting a series of wars that left humanity vulnerable to Dalek conquest. Return to the Planet of the Apes. The Coming of the Horseclans.

Robert Adams — followed by seventeen other books in the horseclans series. Series by Robert Adams — first book Robert C. The Ultimate Warrior. The Girl Who Owned a City. Society is chased into domes by an ecological disaster, and holds a ceremonial death ritual for all citizens who reach the age of 30 to control the population. A man who formerly helped control the population flees the domed city to avoid his own ceremony. BBC series about the daily struggles of British survivors of a plague which kills most of the world population. The People Who Own the Dark [ citation needed ].

Dick — in collaboration with Roger Zelazny. Allan W. Eckert — The stability of the Earth comes into question. The Winter of the World. Poul Anderson — Civilization and a new species has emerged from a deadly Ice Age that has destroyed all previous life. Damnation Alley [71]. Ralph Bakshi — A good wizard and his evil brother battle some two millennia after Armageddon. Larry Niven , Jerry Pournelle — A comet impact. John Christopher — A virus wipes out the weak and the old, until the planet is populated by young teenagers only. William C. Heine — The planet is decimated by a virus, as told through the eyes of one survivor.

Stephen King — Collected in the book Night Shift. Short story, tells the tale of a virus which turns males into female-hating psychopaths when sexually aroused. Deathsport [ citation needed ]. An anime series by Hayao Miyazaki. Supermagnetic WMDs devastate Earth and causes virtually all land to be submerged underwater. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro — Two humans search for a way to survive in toxic wasteland. Republished in Game from TSR, Inc. Ravagers [72]. Buck Rogers In The 25th Century. Mostly futuristic in appearance, but outside of the gleaming Utopian city lies apocalyptic ruins swarming with mutants.

Australian movie; depicts a declining civilization through the eyes of the titular character who seeks revenge. Starring Mel Gibson. John Crowley — Civilization transformed several millennia past an unspecified collapse of civilization. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Choose Your Own Adventure. GamebookBy Edward Packard. The Fifth Horseman. Larry Collins , coauthor Dominique Lapierre. This Time of Darkness [74]. Japanese film also known as Virus , directed by Kinji Fukasaku. Battlefield Earth. The Shadow of the Torturer.

Thundarr the Barbarian. Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior [19]. The second installment in the Mad Max series. This movie follows the titular character as he interacts with a community based around a small oil refinery and a group of marauding bandits. Film version directed by Christian de Chalonge. The Survivalist. Jerry Ahern — Series. First book , Total War. Game from Fantasy Games Unlimited. The Pelbar Cycle. Series of seven books by Paul O. Williams — first book , The Breaking of Northwall A thousand years after a series of nuclear exchanges.


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    Adapted into a animated movie. Human Highway [ citation needed ]. She [78]. A low-budget B-movie — an extremely loose adaptation of the novel She by H. Rider Haggard , starring Sandahl Bergman as a post-civilization warrior. Warriors of the Wasteland [22]. After a nuclear way humanity is reduced to starving tribes with roving gangs seeking to take what they can by force. The Super Dimension Fortress Macross. The anime series and its sequels rewritten and combined with The Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross and Genesis Climber Mospeada to create Robotech ', which dealt similarly with post-apocalyptic themes.

    An Italian film set in featuring a mercenary out to rescue the last fertile woman on Earth. Endgame [22]. Exterminators of the Year [ citation needed ]. Le Dernier Combat [83]. Stryker [22]. Testament [33]. Warrior of the Lost World [22]. Yor, the Hunter from the Future. Patrick Tilley — series, set at the end of the 3rd millennium. The Ashes [87]. Series by William W. Johnstone - first book , Out of the Ashes. Fist of the North Star. Influential shonen manga series by Buronson and Tetsuo Hara — A warrior trained in a powerful martial arts style rights wrongs and battles evil warlords in a post-apocalyptic world.

    Inspired the landmark anime series, a live-action film, and many games. Sterling E. The Last Children of Schewenborn. Pulling Through. Series by Hideyuki Kikuchi — first book , Novels and later anime movies , set ten thousand years after a nuclear war occurs in ,. Genesis Climber Mospeada. Dark Enemy [ citation needed ]. In the Cell saga of Dragon Ball Z , a time traveler arrives from a post-apocalyptic future where two powerful killer androids have destroyed much of the world, and attempts to stop the same thing from happening in the main timeline.

    Radioactive Dreams [89]. After an atomic war Phillip Hammer and Marlowe Chandler have spent 15 years on their own in a bunker, then they find the keys to the last MX missile. A Polish comedy. All men, except two who were hibernating, die after a war with the use of an M-bomb that kills only males. James D. Drumm — series. First book: First, You Fight. Whitley Strieber , coauthor James Kunetka. Hayao Miyazaki — Based on the manga of the same name. In the Drift. Michael Swanwick — Also an alternate history Story — the Three Mile Island reactor incident resulted in a very large release of radioactivity, devastating the Northeastern U.

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    An adaptation of the first two books in the trilogy by John Christopher. Landmark post-apocalyptic anime series based on the manga of the same name. Game from Game Designer's Workshop — set in a world where a Sino-Russian war degenerates into a limited nuclear conflict that eventually drags in Europe and America. Series of films dealing with a future devastated by a war between humans and machines, the attempt of the machines to kill the hero of the human resistance in the past, and the attempt of the hero and others to prevent this future from ever coming to pass.

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    Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome [22]. The third installment in the Mad Max series. This film follows the titular character as he interacts with the post apocalyptic community of Bartertown. Warriors of the Apocalypse [22]. After civilization is wiped out by nuclear war, an adventurer leads a group of wanderers on a search for the fabled Mountain of Life. Children of the Dust. David Brin — A novel set in Oregon after the apocalypse. Series as a basis for the movie of the same name. The Steel, the Mist and the Blazing Sun.

    This is the Way the World Ends. Alan E. Nourse — Follows the progression of a new outbreak of Black Plague and the struggle to survive as society collapses. Larry Niven , Jerry Pournelle — Baby elephant-like invaders hurl asteroids at earth, humans revolt. Margaret Atwood — Dystopia is fueled by rampant infertility caused by pollution. Starchaser: The Legend of Orin. The Adolescence of P The Mechanoid Invasion. GamebookAnd its source books, supplements and sequels was the first role-playing game from Palladium Books, conceived and written by Kevin Siembieda.

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