Reaper (disambiguation)

Reaper (disambiguation)

A reaper is a farm tool. It comes from the word "reap", which means "to take".

Reaper may also refer to:

Western and popular culture

* Grim Reaper, a personification of death
*Reaper (Marvel Comics), a Marvel comic book character.
*Reaper (DC Comics), a DC comic book character
* Reaper (alien), from the computer game "X-COM: UFO Defense"
* Reapers (Mass Effect) A race of malevolent machines from the Xbox 360 and PC game "Mass Effect"

Literature

* The Reaper (Shannara), one of the Demons who appears in "The Elfstones of Shannara", a novel by Terry Brooks.

Film and television

* "Reaper" (TV series), a television comedy-drama series
* Reaper, a fictional species from the science fiction series "Doctor Who"
* John "Reaper" Grimm, the protagonist in the movie adaptation of Doom
* "Don't Ph34r the Reaper", a first season episode of "Red vs. Blue"
* The 17th episode of the first season of "Smallville"

In music

* Els Segadors (lit. The Reapers), the national anthem of Catalonia
* "(Don't Fear) The Reaper", a song by Blue Öyster Cult
* "The Reaper", an album by the band Grave Digger
* Reaper (band), an industrial music band

Technology

* Reaper program, a special operating system process that terminates zombie processes
* MQ-9 Reaper, a military unmanned aerial vehicle
* REAPER, a Multitrack Audio Recording and Editing app by Cockos Inc. created by Justin Frankel, the creator of Winamp

Other

* "Reaper" (sailing vessel), a restored Fifie fishing boat
* Reaper Miniatures, pewter figurines which include fantasy and science fiction figures

ee also

*Reap


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