Zodiac (disambiguation)

Zodiac (disambiguation)

The Zodiac is a series of twelve constellations used in astrology. Zodiac may also refer to:

erial killers

*The Zodiac Killer was a serial killer alleged to have murdered several people in California during the 1960s and 1970s. Several books and films were created about his actions:
**"The Zodiac Killer (film)", a 1971 film
**"Zodiac (book)", a 1986 book by Robert Graysmith
**"The Zodiac (film)", a 2006 film based on the book
**"Zodiac (film)", a 2007 film about the Zodiac Killer

Copycat killers

*Heriberto Seda, a serial killer captured in 1996 who was active in New York City between 1990 and 1994
*Seito Sakakibara, a serial killer who killed two students in 1997 when he was 14 and left a copy of the Zodiac killer's symbol


*Zodiac (novel), a 1988 novel by Neal Stephenson about guerilla environmentalism
*, an anthology about "Doctor Who"
*Zodiac (comics), several groups of supervillains in the Marvel Universe


*Zodiac Group, a corporation specializing in the production of aerosafety systems
*Tapwave Zodiac, a palmtop computer
*AMD Zodiac, a light sport aircraft
*Zodiaq, a quartz-like countertop compound by Dupont

Boats and ships

*Zodiac boat, a rigid-hulled inflatable boat produced by the Zodiac Group.
** By becoming a genericized trademark, any rigid-hulled inflatable boat
*Zodiac (schooner), a historic schooner homeported in Seattle, Washington, USA


*, a 1967 psychedelic concept album
*Tierkreis (Stockhausen), a composition for 12 music boxes by Karlheinz Stockhausen whose title means "Zodiac" in English
*Zodiac (musical group), a Latvian musical group in 1980s
*The Zodiac (club), a nightclub and music venue in Oxford, United Kingdom
*Zodiac Records, a record label


*Zodiac (cipher), a Korean encryption algorithm
* "Organisation of Zodiac" (OZ), an organization in the anime Mobile Suit Gundam Wing

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