BOTP

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BOTPBreach of the Peace (crime)
BOTPBring on the Pain (gaming clan)
BOTPBattle of the Planets (game)
BOTPBack of the Pack
BOTPBasic Operations Training Program
BOTPBasic Officer Training Phase (Canada)
BOTPBrotherhood of the Phoenix (various locations)
BOTPBrigade Operational Timeline and Phases
BOTPBrass of the Potomac (musical ensemble; Woodbridge, VA)
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[USA] July 20 (ANI): 'Avengers: Endgame' directors Joe and Anthony Russo will produce adaptations of graphic comic novel 'Grimjack' and animated show 'Battle of the Planets', the duo announced at San Diego Comic-Con.
"Who else is painting Hilda Ogden, Battle of the Planets, Twiggy, Dot Cotton and Jaws?
Torn from the pages of DC Comics, Green Lantern is a special effects-heavy battle of the planets that fails to light up the screen.
Green Lantern (12) TORN from the pages of DC Comics, Green Lantern is a special effects-heavy battle of the planets that fails to light up the small screen.
ON its iridescent, green surface, Martin Campbell's special effects-heavy battle of the planets is mindless guff but there are universal truths buried amid the hokum torn from the pages of DC Comics.
In it, Ramos sounds like a cross between Jose Mourinho and Zoltar, the evil ruler of the universe from Battle of the Planets.
It was a battle of the planets. Venus named after one, Naomi the size of one.
Battle of the Planets Anime series celebrating its 25th anniversary
Battle of the Planets, the sci-fi anime that Yoshitaka Amano created at Tokyo's Tatsunako Productions, was a staple of my after-school TV-watching schedule in late-'70s England.
Battle of the Planets part 1 (U) pounds 9.99; The Children's Midsummer Night's Dream (U) pounds 14.99; The Ultimate Book of Spells (U) pounds 12.99.
So here we go again, folks, in another monumental "Battle of The Planets."
Headed by cartoon hero Speed Racer, popular Japanese imports such as Gigantor, Battle of the Planets, Marine Boy, and Kimba lit up America's early '70s Saturday morning schedule.