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Yavarum Nalam is a 2009 Indian psychological horror film written and directed by Vikram ... Manohar moves into a new apartment, 13B, on the 13th floor with his family, fulfilling his life's biggest dream. But they encounter a series of small but .
B13 may refer to:
- B13 (New York City bus) serving Brooklyn
- B13 road (Cyprus)
- B13tech, a futuristic fictional technology created by the character Brainiac 13
- Bensen B-13, a Bensen aircraft
- Boston Thirteens, a Rugby League club competing in the USARL
- Chery B13, a 2007 Chinese Chery Automobile model
- District B13, a movie featuring David Belle
- HLA-B13, an HLA-B serotype
- Martin XB-13, a version of the Martin B-10 bomber
- Caro-Kann Defence, a common opening in the game of chess
- Moseley, a suburb of Birmingham, England, from its postcode
- Orotic acid, formerly known as Vitamin B13
- a chassis of the Nissan Sentra
- Queensland B13 class locomotive
- 13 amp, type B – a standard circuit breaker current rating
- Qatar responds to Arab Nations' demands in handwritten letter after deadline ... The Arab nations issued a 13-point list of demands to end the ...
The Doomsday Wars
During a later skirmish with Superman in Metropolis, Milton Fine's body was irreparably damaged, leaving Brainiac with only a short time to live. In order to preserve his life, he concocted an elaborate scheme by having an agent of his, a Coluan named Prin Vnok, use a time machine to travel to the End of Time itself and retrieve Doomsday, who had been left there by Superman and Waverider to ensure that he would never be a threat again, and use Doomsday as a new host body.
Seconds before the forces of entropy destroyed him forever, Doomsday was taken to safety by Vnok and returned to Colu. There, a terminally-wounded Brainiac transferred his consciousness into Doomsday's body, temporarily becoming the most powerful being in the universe; a genius psychic mind inside an unstoppable, indestructible titan. However, Doomsday's own raging mind would eventually overwhelm Brainiac's will, and he reacted too quickly for Brainiac and Vnok to erase his mind using chemical or psionic treatments, forcing Brainiac to find another body. While still lodged in Doomsday's head, Brainiac decided to acquire a sample of human DNA that he could modify with Doomsday's DNA to create a new version of Doomsday that did not possess the creature's mind. Brainiac chose to use Pete Ross and Lana Lang's newborn baby, born eight weeks premature - and at that moment being transported by Superman to the best Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit in the country - as the template for his new body. He intercepted Superman during the trip to the hospital and stole the baby to hurt his long-time foe, correctly deducing that it was the child of someone close to Superman. Superman thwarted Brainiac's plot by driving him out of Doomsday's body with the use of a telepathy-blocking 'psi-blocker' that he had used in his last battle, forcing Brainiac out of Doomsday and leaving him with no other option but to adopt a recently designed robotic body, dubbed Brainiac 2.5, where he himself believed would be forever trapped as he could not abandon it.
At the turn of the millennium, Brainiac revealed that he had placed a sleeper virus in LexCorp's Y2K bug safeguards. This virus was intended to dramatically boost his abilities. However, the virus instead allowed his upgraded future self, Brainiac 13 (or "B-13"), to travel from the 64th century to the present day and take control of Brainiac 2.5's body.
Brainiac 13 then began transforming Metropolis into the 64th century version of the city, which he controlled, and also began upgrading Metallo into a giant-sized version of himself. Brainiac 13 then took control of several android superheroes, such as the Red Tornado and Hourman, and used them against Superman.