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  • Khan Noonien Singh is a villain from the Star Trek franchise, and the titular main antagonist of the 1982 feature film, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. He is the USS Enterprise's arch-nemesis, and a traitorous, merciless, and powerful superhuman being whose enjoying from destroying everything. He was portrayed by the late Ricardo Montalban.
  • Khan Noonien Singh (o semplicemente Khan), era il più prominente dei potenziati umani ad esser stati geneticamente modificati della fine del XX secolo durante le Guerre Eugenetiche sulla Terra, il quale venne considerato persino oltre trecento anni dopo come "il migliore" di loro. Dopo esser riapparso con uno stuolo di seguaci potenziati nel XXIII secolo, Khan divenne un nemico di James T. Kirk, così come il monito sulla pericolosità creata dai tentativi di dar vita a "superuomini" grazie alla tecnologia.
  • Khan Noonien Singh, better known as Khan, is a rival of the Federation from Star Trek: The Original Series. He appears in Star Trek: Venova as a villain.
  • Khan Noonien Singh ist ein menschlicher Augment; ein Produkt der letzten genetischen Experimente an Menschen, gegen Ende des 20.Jahrhunderts. Während der Eugenischen Kriege entpuppt sich Khan als Tyrann. Er wird jedoch später entmachtet und flieht daraufhin, mit einigen Überlebenden seinesgleichen, an Bord des Schläferschiffs SS BOTANY BAY, und verschwindet in den Tiefen des Weltalls.
  • Khan Noonien Singh, commonly shortened to KHAAAAAAAAANNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!, is a genetically engineered superhuman from Star Trek. Born in the Sixties in India, Khan graduated from the University of Calcutta when he was 3 years old. In 1992, he tried to take over the world in a world devastating conflict that took 30 Million lives. No one cares though, as they were watching Seinfeld and Urkel every day. Khan also sported a Mk III plastic chest, with the chest hair deleted and the realistic nipples, making him very popular with the ladies.
  • Khan Noonien Singh (or simply Khan), was a genetically engineered Human and the most prominent tyrant of the late-20th century Eugenics Wars on Earth. Khan reappeared with a cadre of augment followers in the 23rd century and became a notorious enemy of James T. Kirk. He was brought forward into the 24th Century, where he became an adversary of USS Baldwin captain Patrick Ingrum There are different years given for Khan's birth in different continuities: 1961 (Star Trek: Shadowstar Station), 1969 (TOS novel: The Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh) and 1970 (USS Baldwin)
  • Here is a clip of Ricardo in action against his foe James T Kirk.
  • Unfortunately, that rebel Kirk forgot to tell Starfleet of his plans for the man from the 20th century....(To be concluded next week.)
  • Khan Noonien Singh, commonly shortened to Khan, is a villain in the fictional Star Trek universe. He was one of the "Augments", a group of genetically engineered supermen, born in the early 1960s as the result of a revolutionary eugenics program conducted by a group of scientists trying to create a new, artificially improved breed of men and women: smarter, faster, stronger than ordinary human beings, a super-race to take command of the entire planet.
  • Khan Noonien Singh (ou simplement Khan(1)) était un Humain Amélioré issu de l'Ingénierie génétique. Il fut le plus important tyran sur Terre à la fin du 20ème siècle avant de s'enfuir à bord d'un vaisseau-dortoir. Khan et ses compagnons réapparurent finalement au 23ème siècle où ils furent confrontés à James T. Kirk. — Khan Noonien Singh, parlant de l'amiral James T. Kirk, 2285. ("Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan")
  • Khan Noonien Singh (1970–2285) was a genetically engineered human (known as an Augment) created on Earth. He became infamous as one of the many tyrants who terrorized humanity during the Eugenics Wars. (TOS episode: "Space Seed", ST movie: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan) Note: Khan's name was given as Sibahl Khan Noonien in James Blish's novelization of "Space Seed". Note: Khan's first name was simply Noonien in the first issue of "Khan". He then took name Khan in the second issue of that comic series.
  • thumb|Khan Noonien Singh (2267) thumb|Khan Noonien Singh (2285) Khan Noonien Singh ist ein menschlicher Augment und somit ein Produkt der letzten genetischen Experimente des 20. Jahrhunderts. Während der Eugenischen Kriege ist er ein Tyrann, der jedoch später entmachtet wird. Daraufhin flieht er mit einigen seinesgleichen auf das Schläferschiff SS Botany Bay und verschwindet in den Weiten des Weltraums.
  • Khan Noonien Singh, commonly shortened to Khan, is a villain in the fictional Star Trek universe. According to backstory given in the character's first appearance, the Star Trek original series episode "Space Seed", Khan is a genetically engineered superhuman tyrant who once controlled more than a quarter of the Earth during the Eugenics Wars of the 1990s. After being revived in 2267 by the crew of the Enterprise, Khan attempts to capture the starship, but is thwarted by James T. Kirk and exiled on Ceti Alpha V to create a new civilization with his people. The character returns in the 1982 film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, set fifteen years after "Space Seed", in which Khan escapes his imprisonment and sets out to seek revenge upon Kirk. The character was portrayed by Ricardo Montalbán
  • Khan Noonien Singh (or simply, Khan) was an extremely intelligent and dangerous superhuman. He was the most prominent of the genetically-engineered Human Augments of the late-20th century Eugenics Wars period on Earth. Khan was considered, by the USS Enterprise command crew, over three centuries later, to have been "the best" of them. Reappearing with a cadre of Augment followers in the 23rd century, Khan became a notorious enemy of James T. Kirk. Khan's existence as an Augment served, as well, as a warning to society of the danger in attempting to create "supermen" through technological means. Ambassador Spock stated that he was the most dangerous adversary the Enterprise ever faced. (ENT: "The Augments"; TOS: "Space Seed" ; Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan; DS9: "Doctor Bashir, I Presume"
  • One of history's most notorious dictators, Khan Noonien Singh was a genetically-bred "superman" of Earth's India in the late 20th century. Khan died in the 23rd century amid another "experiment" gone wrong. Rising to power among others of his kind, his ambition helped further the Eugenics Wars, which involved much of Earth's Third World. Finally facing defeat, he and dozens of followers escaped in the S.S. Botany Bay, a DY-100 vessel modified as a sleeper ship. The Botany Bay drifted through intersteller space for over two centuries, until 2267, when it was discovered by the U.S.S. Enterprise. With his fellow survivors, Khan attempted to seize that starship but failed, and he and his people were sentenced by Captain James T. Kirk to tame the wild M-Class world of Ceti Alpha V. Among those
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  • 2285
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  • Khan Noonien Singh in 2267
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  • Khan Noonien Singh nel 2285
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  • Épouse: Marla McGivers
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  • Conquer the universe right after being thawed out
  • Rule the Earth
  • Hurt and kill Captain Kirk and his team in order to avenge him for losing his wife and his men
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  • Brown
  • dark brown
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  • October 2006
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  • ''[[w:c:memoryalpha:Star Trek: The Original Series
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  • Genetic Augmentation, Super Strength, Extremely intelligent, Master Strategist, Supreme memory, Excellent aviator and spacecraft commander, Highly skilled in close-range combat
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  • Khan at age 26 in 2267
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  • Khan, Noonien "Noon" Singh, Sibahl Khan Noonien
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  • Destroying everything in his path and antagonizing and moviating Enterprise team.
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  • Vedovo
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  • 1989
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  • Intergalactic Conqueror
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  • Khan Noonien Singh
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  • brown
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  • Male
  • Maschio
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  • 20
  • 1970
  • metà del XX secolo
  • mid-20th century
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  • Khan Noonien Singh is a villain from the Star Trek franchise, and the titular main antagonist of the 1982 feature film, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. He is the USS Enterprise's arch-nemesis, and a traitorous, merciless, and powerful superhuman being whose enjoying from destroying everything. He was portrayed by the late Ricardo Montalban.
  • Khan Noonien Singh (o semplicemente Khan), era il più prominente dei potenziati umani ad esser stati geneticamente modificati della fine del XX secolo durante le Guerre Eugenetiche sulla Terra, il quale venne considerato persino oltre trecento anni dopo come "il migliore" di loro. Dopo esser riapparso con uno stuolo di seguaci potenziati nel XXIII secolo, Khan divenne un nemico di James T. Kirk, così come il monito sulla pericolosità creata dai tentativi di dar vita a "superuomini" grazie alla tecnologia.
  • Khan Noonien Singh, better known as Khan, is a rival of the Federation from Star Trek: The Original Series. He appears in Star Trek: Venova as a villain.
  • One of history's most notorious dictators, Khan Noonien Singh was a genetically-bred "superman" of Earth's India in the late 20th century. Khan died in the 23rd century amid another "experiment" gone wrong. Rising to power among others of his kind, his ambition helped further the Eugenics Wars, which involved much of Earth's Third World. Finally facing defeat, he and dozens of followers escaped in the S.S. Botany Bay, a DY-100 vessel modified as a sleeper ship. The Botany Bay drifted through intersteller space for over two centuries, until 2267, when it was discovered by the U.S.S. Enterprise. With his fellow survivors, Khan attempted to seize that starship but failed, and he and his people were sentenced by Captain James T. Kirk to tame the wild M-Class world of Ceti Alpha V. Among those exiled was Lt. Marla McGivers, an Enterprise historian who fell in love with Khan and initially assisted him. Ultimately, she refused to betray Kirk and her shipmates during the tyrant's abortive takeover. On Ceti Alpha V, the band of refugees thought their dream of conquering an entire planet would come true, but six months after being left there, the star system's sixth planet exploded, and the shockwave wreaked havoc on Ceti Alpha V's ecosystem, making it a desert wasteland. In 2285, the embittered Khan commandeered the U.S.S. Reliant and hijacked the top-secret Genesis Device in a plan to exact vengeance against James T. Kirk. Khan failed to defeat his old foe, and died when he detonated the matter-reorganizing, terraforming device, thus annihilating the Reliant and Khan along with it.
  • thumb|Khan Noonien Singh (2267) thumb|Khan Noonien Singh (2285) Khan Noonien Singh ist ein menschlicher Augment und somit ein Produkt der letzten genetischen Experimente des 20. Jahrhunderts. Während der Eugenischen Kriege ist er ein Tyrann, der jedoch später entmachtet wird. Daraufhin flieht er mit einigen seinesgleichen auf das Schläferschiff SS Botany Bay und verschwindet in den Weiten des Weltraums. Im 23. Jahrhundert wird sein Schiff zufällig durch die USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) wiederentdeckt und die Besatzung schließlich geweckt. Captain James T. Kirk gelingt es, Khan und seine Crew daran zu hindern, die Enterprise in ihre Gewalt zu bringen.
  • Khan Noonien Singh ist ein menschlicher Augment; ein Produkt der letzten genetischen Experimente an Menschen, gegen Ende des 20.Jahrhunderts. Während der Eugenischen Kriege entpuppt sich Khan als Tyrann. Er wird jedoch später entmachtet und flieht daraufhin, mit einigen Überlebenden seinesgleichen, an Bord des Schläferschiffs SS BOTANY BAY, und verschwindet in den Tiefen des Weltalls.
  • Khan Noonien Singh, commonly shortened to KHAAAAAAAAANNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!, is a genetically engineered superhuman from Star Trek. Born in the Sixties in India, Khan graduated from the University of Calcutta when he was 3 years old. In 1992, he tried to take over the world in a world devastating conflict that took 30 Million lives. No one cares though, as they were watching Seinfeld and Urkel every day. Khan also sported a Mk III plastic chest, with the chest hair deleted and the realistic nipples, making him very popular with the ladies.
  • Khan Noonien Singh (or simply Khan), was a genetically engineered Human and the most prominent tyrant of the late-20th century Eugenics Wars on Earth. Khan reappeared with a cadre of augment followers in the 23rd century and became a notorious enemy of James T. Kirk. He was brought forward into the 24th Century, where he became an adversary of USS Baldwin captain Patrick Ingrum There are different years given for Khan's birth in different continuities: 1961 (Star Trek: Shadowstar Station), 1969 (TOS novel: The Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh) and 1970 (USS Baldwin)
  • Khan Noonien Singh, commonly shortened to Khan, is a villain in the fictional Star Trek universe. According to backstory given in the character's first appearance, the Star Trek original series episode "Space Seed", Khan is a genetically engineered superhuman tyrant who once controlled more than a quarter of the Earth during the Eugenics Wars of the 1990s. After being revived in 2267 by the crew of the Enterprise, Khan attempts to capture the starship, but is thwarted by James T. Kirk and exiled on Ceti Alpha V to create a new civilization with his people. The character returns in the 1982 film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, set fifteen years after "Space Seed", in which Khan escapes his imprisonment and sets out to seek revenge upon Kirk. The character was portrayed by Ricardo Montalbán in both the television episode and in the movie. Initially conceived as a brutal man of Nordic ancestry, Khan first appears as a Sikh, who is both admired and opposed by the Enterprise crew. Harve Bennett, executive producer for Star Trek II, chose Khan as the villain. To reflect the time spent marooned on an inhospitable world, Khan was given a costume which looked as though it was scavenged from different items and showed off Montalbán's physique. The character has been positively received by critics and fans; Khan was voted as one of the top ten greatest film villains of all time by the Online Film Critics Society.
  • Here is a clip of Ricardo in action against his foe James T Kirk.
  • Khan Noonien Singh (or simply, Khan) was an extremely intelligent and dangerous superhuman. He was the most prominent of the genetically-engineered Human Augments of the late-20th century Eugenics Wars period on Earth. Khan was considered, by the USS Enterprise command crew, over three centuries later, to have been "the best" of them. Reappearing with a cadre of Augment followers in the 23rd century, Khan became a notorious enemy of James T. Kirk. Khan's existence as an Augment served, as well, as a warning to society of the danger in attempting to create "supermen" through technological means. Ambassador Spock stated that he was the most dangerous adversary the Enterprise ever faced. (ENT: "The Augments"; TOS: "Space Seed" ; Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan; DS9: "Doctor Bashir, I Presume"; Star Trek Into Darkness)
  • Unfortunately, that rebel Kirk forgot to tell Starfleet of his plans for the man from the 20th century....(To be concluded next week.)
  • Khan Noonien Singh, commonly shortened to Khan, is a villain in the fictional Star Trek universe. He was one of the "Augments", a group of genetically engineered supermen, born in the early 1960s as the result of a revolutionary eugenics program conducted by a group of scientists trying to create a new, artificially improved breed of men and women: smarter, faster, stronger than ordinary human beings, a super-race to take command of the entire planet.
  • Khan Noonien Singh (ou simplement Khan(1)) était un Humain Amélioré issu de l'Ingénierie génétique. Il fut le plus important tyran sur Terre à la fin du 20ème siècle avant de s'enfuir à bord d'un vaisseau-dortoir. Khan et ses compagnons réapparurent finalement au 23ème siècle où ils furent confrontés à James T. Kirk. — Khan Noonien Singh, parlant de l'amiral James T. Kirk, 2285. ("Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan")
  • Khan Noonien Singh (1970–2285) was a genetically engineered human (known as an Augment) created on Earth. He became infamous as one of the many tyrants who terrorized humanity during the Eugenics Wars. (TOS episode: "Space Seed", ST movie: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan) Note: Khan's name was given as Sibahl Khan Noonien in James Blish's novelization of "Space Seed". Note: Khan's first name was simply Noonien in the first issue of "Khan". He then took name Khan in the second issue of that comic series.
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