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Possible Answers: OMEN, JINX, BADOMEN.

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Random information on the term “OMEN”:

The Omen is a British-American horror film franchise beginning in 1976. The story was originally written by David Seltzer, who chose not to continue the series after the first novel. The second novel was then written by Joseph Howard; the third novel was done by Gordon McGill. After the third film was produced, a fourth and fifth were made-for-television in an attempt to revive the series, but they were received poorly.

The series centers on Damien Thorn, a child born of Satan and given to Robert and Katherine Thorn, before being passed along the Thorn families as a child. It is revealed among the families that Damien is in fact meant to be the Antichrist, and as an adult is attempting to gain control of the Thorn business and reach for the presidency.

Three documentaries regarding the series have been made: 666: The Omen – Revealed (2000), The Omen: Legacy (2001), and The Curse of The Omen (2005).


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The Omen is the original film in the series, directed by Richard Donner and written by David Seltzer. The story introduces Robert Thorn, an American Ambassador in Italy who adopts the newborn Damien to replace the newborn that he was told was stillborn. When Damien reaches the age of five as Robert is transferred to Britain, strange events unfold, starting with the boy’s nanny committing suicide during his birthday party. Soon after, Robert encounters a Catholic priest named Father Brennan who was present at Damien’s birth and attempts to warn him that the child would eventually kill him and his wife before he dies impaled by a falling church spire. It is only after his wife ends up hospitalized with a miscarriage that Robert believes, as he and a photographer named Jennings travel to Rome, where they learn the truth that Damien is in fact the Antichrist and that the death of Robert’s child was arranged so the child could be raised by a politician. In the meantime, Katherine is murdered by Mrs. Baylock, Damien’s second nanny, who in reality is a member of the Satanists who arranged Damien’s upbringing and will kill any threat to protect him. Arriving in Megiddo to find Bugenhagen, an exorcist and archaeologist, Robert is presented with the only means to kill Damien: Seven Daggers of Megiddo. Though he initially refuses, it takes both the death of Jennings and discovering the Mark of the Beast on Damien’s head to convince Robert to go through with it. But despite killing Mrs. Baylock after a struggle, Robert is killed by the authorities before he can kill Damien. Damien is then left in the care of his uncle, Richard Thorn.

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Random information on the term “JINX”:

Jinx, stylized as J!NX, is a San Diego, California-based clothing line started by Sean Gailey and Tim Norris in 1999 that creates video game-themed apparel.

Jinx was started as a home business in 1999 by two web developers: Sean Gailey and Tim Norris. The company produced T-shirts designed by Gailey on the theme of hacker culture. Though the enterprise doubled in size in the first year, the company remained a side-project of the two founders until 2003, when they partnered with Jason Kraus and decided to work full-time, using video game themes for the majority of their pieces. The following year the company moved out of Gailey’s bedroom and into their first office. Gailey describes the multiple themes that Jinx uses in its apparel as including, “video games, art, geek culture, Internet memes, giant robots, gadgets and comics.”

Jinx has worked with video game and other media companies through licensing deals to produce official product lines, including Blizzard Entertainment (the producer of the video games World of Warcraft, Diablo, Heroes of the Storm, Overwatch and Starcraft), Minecraft, and Star Wars: The Old Republic. The company hires gamers as its employees in order to remain closely linked to the video gaming community.

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