Definitions for "STARMAN"
John Carpenter's Starman is a 1984 science fiction film directed by John Carpenter which tells the story of an alien from another planet (Jeff Bridges) who has come to earth in response to the invitation found on the gold phonograph record in the Voyager space probes.
Starman is a name used by several different fictional DC Comics superheroes, most prominently Ted Knight and his son Jack.
Ted Knight, a.k.a. Starman, is a fictional comic book superhero in the DC Comics universe, and a member of the Justice Society of America. Created by Gardner Fox and Jack Burnley, he first appeared in Adventure Comics #61 (1941).
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"Starman" is a single by David Bowie, released in April 1972. The song was a late addition to The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, included at the insistence of RCA’s Dennis Katz, who heard a demo and loved the track, believing it would make a great single.Nicholas Pegg (2000). The Complete David Bowie: p.203 It replaced the Chuck Berry cover "Round and Round" on the album.Nicholas Pegg (2000).
Starmen are Giygas' shock troops in the Nintendo Famicom RPG Mother. Their mission is to destroy Ninten and his friends by any means necessary. They come in four classes, from weakest to strongest: Starman Jr., Starman, Blue Starman, and Last Starman.
The Starman, also known as Star, Invincibility Star, Shiny Star, Power Star, or the more literal translation of Super Star, is a power-up from the Mario series of video games. It is a flashing star, traditionally about the size of "regular" Mario, that grants the player about 10 seconds of invincibility when touched. (However, if Mario falls down a bottomless pit, he still loses a life.)
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