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Atlantis
, meaning "Island of Atlas" in Greek, is the name of a supposedly fictional island found within Plato's dialogues entitled “Timaeus” and “Critias” which represents the antagonist naval power that attacks "Ancient Athens”. Although Athens was able to thwart the Atlantean attack, unlike all other nations in the known world, it eventually falls out of favor with the gods and famously submerges beneath the Atlantic Ocean. Athens survived the attack because the Atlanteans are from Atlantis (i.e., Greenland) the new home of the Greco-Roman Empire. Therefore, the survival of Athens is symbolic of the survival of the Greco-Roman Empire in Greenland (i.e., Atlantis). Plato's statement that Atlantis lies "beyond the Pillars of Hercules" and that the island is “larger than Libya and Asia together” has led to much pseudoscientific speculation exactly where the island is located.  Consequently, Atlantis has become a byword for any and all supposed advanced prehistoric lost civilizations and continents found throughout popular culture (e.g., Brasil Island
, Lemuria, Mayda Island, Mu, and Saint Brendan Island). In short, Atlantis is code-word for Greenland, the new home of the Greco-Roman Empire.

Atlantis in Popular Culture
Modern tributes to the Greco-Roman island of Atlantis (i.e., Greenland) are found throughout popular culture, including but not limited to: Anime: Iriyaddo: Nyuya-do Memoirs” (2002), a manga series about a former archaeologist from Japan and his search for the legendary city of Atlantis; “Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water” (1989-1990), a Japanese version of Jules Verne's science fiction novel “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea” which features a journey to Atlantis; “Night Head Genesis” (2006), an anime who 16th episode which mentions the continents of Atlantis, Lemuria and Mu; “Ōgon Bat” (1930), an anime in which the the main character is a hero from Atlantis; “One Piece” (1997-Present), an anime in which an island by the name of Fishman Island is located at the bottom of the sea and is inhabited by mermaids and fishmen, a possible nod to Atlantis; “Saint Seiya” (1986-1991), a manga series in which the sunken Island of Atlantis is the sanctuary and base for the god Poseidon; Super Atragon” (1995), an anime in which Earth finds itself at war with a civilization far in advance of their own, which is potentially either Atlantis, Mu, or Lemuria; “Super Atragon II (1995), an anime in which Earth finds itself at war with a civilization far in advance of their own, which is potentially either Atlantis, Mu, or Lemuria; “The Mysterious Cities of Gold” (1982-1983), an anime in which Atlantis goes to war with the Empire of Mu, over a trivial misunderstanding; The Vision of Escaflowne” (1994-1887), an anime and manga which features Atlanteans, a race of winged people who fell in some catastrophic event; Transformers: Cybertron” (2005), an animated series which features the lost continent of Atlantis as an ancient Cybertronian starship which, instead of floating in the water, floated in the atmosphere close to the ground; and Yu-Gi-Oh!”” (2000), a television series in which "Dartz, the main antagonist, is apparently from an Atlantis that was destroyed when all its inhabitants became their "True" evil selves after being exposed to a miracle substance known as "orichalcos”; Comics: Aquaman, a character in DC Comics who is said to have come from a sunken Atlantis; “Asterix and Obelix All at Sea” (1996), a comic book featuring Asterix, Obelix and Getafix as they visit the remains of Atlantis; “Atlantis Mystery” (1955–1956), a comic book by Edgar P. Jacobs  which depicts Atlantis as a civilization which has survived in giant caves beneath the Azores; “Batman #19”, a comic depicting Atlantis as inhabited by an advanced people who are ruled by an Emperor. The Nazis have discovered Atlantis and are using it as a Naval Base; CrossGen Comics depicts Atlantis as the basis for the fictional universe known as the “Sigilverse”; Hellboy comics features a backstory of Atlantis as an outpost of Hyperboria; “Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis” (1992), a Dark Horse Comics book series; “Martin Mystere” (1982), an Italian comic book featuring Atlantis along with its nemesis, Mu; Marvel Comics, depicts Atlantis as an ancient landmass which was home to a technologically advanced civilization; “Marvel Family #10”, a comic depicting Atlantis which sunk about 8000 BC due to an earth fault below the Island; Poseidonis, an Atlantean civilization in the DC Universe which was home to Aquaman; Tales of Suspense #43”, Iron Man meets a race of Atlanteans whose city sank to the bottom of the sea and has been renamed the “Netherworld”; “The Kingdom Beyond the Waves”, a comic book by Stephen Hunt which features the ancient city of Camlantisa, a utopian society which resides in the air, as opposed to the watery grave of Atlantis; "The Lost Suburb", a comic in which Donald Duck finds himself stranded in a suburb in Atlantis;The Sandman: Brief Lives” (1992-1993), a comic by Neil Gaiman which features a chapter entitled "The People Who Remember Atlantis" that speaks of "echo-Atlantises"; "The Secret of Atlantis", a comic in which Uncle Scrooge visits Atlantis, now inhabited by fish-men who evolved from the original human Atlanteans; “Topolino e l'Atlantide continente perduto” (1987), or “Mickey Mouse and Atlantis, the Lost Continent”, a comic in which Mickey and Goofy go back in time to witness Atlantis's last moments; Tritonis, an Atlantean civilization in the DC Universe which was home to Lemaris and other mer-people; "Tuk the Caveboy," Captain America #2 & 3 (1941), features Tuk and Tanir (a Cro-Magnon man) who meet Eve, princess of the not yet lost Atlantis; Ultimate Marvel comics states that Atlantis did exist and was home to a culture similar to Ancient Egyptians, but far more technologically advanced; and Wigu, a webcomic which depicts the head of the Illuminati as coming from Atlantean heritage. The second black and white comic book is to be called “The Case of Atlantis”; Films: 10,000 BC” (2008), a film which in which the god-like race originated from a civilization that sank into the sea; “Alien from L.A.” (1988), a film in which Wanda Saknessum finds herself in an Underground World that was once Atlantis; “Atlantis: Milo's Return” (2003), a Disney animated film; “Atlantis, the Lost Continent” (1961); Atlantis: The Lost Empire” (2001), a Disney animated film; “Cocoon” (1985), a film in which a small group of aliens returns to Earth to find 20 of their species who were left behind when Atlantis was abandoned 10,000 years before; “Gamera: Guardian of the Universe” (1995), a film in which Atlantis is responsible for the creation of both Gamera and Gyaos; “Gamera vs. Gyaos” (1967), a film in which the Japanese giant monsters Gamera and Gyaos are the result of Atlantean engineering; “Ice Age: Continental Drift” (2012), a film in which Scrat discovers the island on the map, known as Scratlantis, a mock up of Atlantis; “Island of Mutations” (1979), a film featuring the lost city of Atlantis hidden beneath the sea; “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island” (2012), a film in which Scrat discovers the island on the map, known as Scratlantis, a mock up of Atlantis; “Journey to the Center of the Earth” (1959), a film which features the explorers who are trying to reach the core of the earth coming upon the remains of Atlantis far below the earth's surface; “L'Atlantide” (1921), a film adapted from Pierre Benoit's 1919 novel; “L'Atlantide” (1932), a film adapted from Pierre Benoit's 1919 novel; “L'Atlantide” (1961), a film adapted from Pierre Benoit's 1919 novel; “L'Atlantide” (1992), a film adapted from Pierre Benoit's 1919 novel; “MacGyver: Lost Treasure of Atlantis” (1994), a film in which MacGyver is searching for the lost continent; “National Treasure: Book of Secrets” (2007), a film in which FBI Section Chief Peter Sadusky hearsa about famous treasure-hunter Ben Gates in the newspaper, stating "What did he find now? Atlantis?"; “Sing” (1989), a film in which the senior class' SING! production focuses on the last day of life for the people of Atlantis; “The Little Mermaid” (1989), a film which features Atlantica which is evidently based on Atlantis; “The Raiders of Atlantis” (1983); “Undersea Kingdom” (1936), a film in which Unga Khan seeks to conquer Atlantis and the surface world; and “Warlords of Atlantis” (1978), a film which states that there is not just one but seven cities of Atlantis; Literature: 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea” (1870), a book by Jules Verne which includes a visit to sunken Atlantis aboard Captain Nemo's submarine Nautilus;“Aelita” (1923), a novel by Aleksey Nikolayevich Tolstoy in which characters arrive on Mars only to find a  civilization of Atlantis survivors; “An Atlantean Tale” (2012) by Daniel Armiss takes place in ancient Atlantis, depicting a civil war within the ancient city; “An Echo In Time: Atlantis” (2006), a book by Traci Harding in which Tory Alexander travels back in time to visit the lost city paradise of Atlantis, and its superior civilization; “Ancestors of Avalon” (2004), a book by Diana L. Paxson which links to The Fall of Atlantis” (1987), a book by Marion Zimmer Bradley; “Animorphs” (1996-2012), a series of novels by K. A. Applegate in which a character Marco jokingly suggests that the group have discovered Atlantis; “Artemis Fowl” (2001-2012), a book series Eoin Colfer in which Atlantis is a Lower Elements city populated by Atlanteans; “Ascension” (2002), a books by Kara Dalkey which features a blend of Atlantis and Arthurian legends; “Atlantis” (2005), a book by David Gibbins; “Atlantis Awakening” (2007), a book by Alyssa Day which features a modern day twist to the myth of Atlantis; “Atlantis Betrayed” (2010), a book by Alyssa Day which features a modern day twist to the myth of Atlantis; “Atlantis Found” (1999), a book by Clive Cussler; “Atlantis Redeemed” (2010), a book by Alyssa Day which features a modern day twist to the myth of Atlantis; “Atlantis Rising” (2007), a book by Alyssa Day which features a modern day twist to the myth of Atlantis; “Atlantis: The Antediluvian World” (1831), a pseudoscientific book by Ignatius L. Donnelly; “Atlantis: The Lost Continent Finally Found” (2011), a book by Arysio Santos; “Atlantis Unleased” (2009), a book by Alyssa Day which features a modern day twist to the myth of Atlantis; “Atlantis Unmasked” (2009), a book by Alyssa Day which features a modern day twist to the myth of Atlantis; “Atlas Shrugged” (1957), a novel by Ayn Rand featuring Dagny Taggart who searches for a technologically advanced city that other characters refer to as Atlantis; "Audubon in Atlantis" (2005), an article by Harry Turtledove in “Analog Science Fiction and Fact” which features an alternate history tale in which Atlantis is not mythical at all. Rather, it is the result of the eastern seaboard breaking off of North America sometime during the formation of the continents; “Bloodstone” (1994), a novel by David Gemmell which makes use of the story of Atlantis; “Captain Jenny and the Sea of Wonders” (2001), a book by Duncan Thornton which depicts a powerful slave-owning city that sinks and rises in an ocean very much like the Mediterranean; Critias” (c. 380 BC), a dialogue by Plato;Dark Calling” (2009), a book by Darren Shan which features a destroyed planet that is said to be Atlantis; “Dark-Hunter” (2002-2014), a series by Sherrilyn Kenyon which depicts the leader of the Dark-Hunters as an Atlantean god; “Decipher” (2001), a novel by Stel Pavlou which places Atlantis two miles under the ice in Antarctica;   Deep Storm” (2007), a novel by Lincoln Child which features a supposed find of the site of sunken Atlantis; “Deep Wizardry” (1985), a novel by Diane Duane which describes how the downfall of Atlantis was triggered by the failure of an ancient wizardry meant to preserve the balance of the earth and sea; “Elak of Atlantis” (1938-1949), a series of Atlantis stories by Henry Kuttner; "Everworld" (1999-2001), a series of novels by K. A. Applegate in which depicts Atlantis as an underwater city in Everworld's oceans; “Ghost King (1998), a novel by David Gemmell which makes use of the story of Atlantis; “Godzilla and the Lost Continent” (1999), the final book in the Godzilla series which was to feature Godzilla encountering monsters on a landmass risen from the sea which might have been Atlantis;  Halloween in Atlantis” (2014), a book by Alyssa Day which features a modern day twist to the myth of Atlantis; “Heart of Atlantis” (2012), a book by Alyssa Day which features a modern day twist to the myth of Atlantis; Heart of The Dragon” (2005), a book Gena Showalter which depicts the hidden land of Atlantis where the Greek Gods banished the horrible races of beings that were the product of the Titans;Hearts in Atlantis” (1999), a novel by Stephen King in which the fallen civilization of Atlantis is used as a metaphor for the ideals and aspirations of popular culture in the 1960s; “Hogben” (1941-1949), a series by Henry Kuttne which feature a family of mutants originating in Atlantis; “Jewel of Atlantis” (2006), a book Gena Showalter which depicts the hidden land of Atlantis where the Greek Gods banished the horrible races of beings that were the product of the Titans; “King's Wishes” (1953), a short story by Robert Sheckley which features a genie from Atlantis who travels through time from the past in order to get advanced technology from the 20th Century; Kull of Atlantis (1929), a character of Robert E. Howard who is an Atlantean; “L'Atlàntida” (1877), a classic Catalan poem by Jacint Verdaguer; “L'Atlantide” (1919), a book by Pierre Benoit in which two French Officers find the last city of Atlantis in the midst of the Sahara; “Last Sword of Power” (1998), a novel by David Gemmell which makes use of the story of Atlantis; "Letter to a Phoenix" (1949), a short story by Fredric Brown  which mentions Atlantis as the most recent civilization of six that an immortal has lived in; “Lost Legacy” (1941), a story by Robert A. Heinlein which features Atlantis as a colony of Mu; “Markosamo le Sage” (1973), a book by Christia Sylf which takes place during the Atlantean age; “Masters of Atlantis” (1985), a comic novel by Charles Portis's comic novel which depicts a cult dedicated to exploring the secrets and wisdom of Atlantis; “Mothstorm” (2008); the final book of Philip Reeve's Larklight Trilogy which claims that Atlantis was a lost continent on which the Mercurians had a colony before they left the Solar System thousands of years ago; “Neverwhere” (1996), a book by Neil Gaiman which references Atlantis; “Pastwatch: The Redemption of Christopher Columbus” (1996), a book by Orson Scott Card in which Atlantis is given passing mention as a “raft city” on the banks of the Red Sea; “Pendragon Cycle” (1987-1999), a series of books by Stephen R. Lawhead in which the survivors of Atlantis settle in Britain; “Raising Atlantis” (2005), a novel by Thomas Greanias which depicts Atlantis being buried beneath the ice of Antarctica; “Reunion” (2002), a books by Kara Dalkey which features a blend of Atlantis and Arthurian legends; “Romance of Atlantis” (1975), a book by Taylor Caldwell; “Shikasta” (1979), a book by Doris Lessing which mentions "Adalanterland", an apparent reference to Atlantis; “Tarzan” (1912), a series by Edgar Rice Burroughs which features a lost city known as Opar, said to be a colony of Atlantis; That Hideous Strength” (1945), a book by C.S. Lewis in which the character of Merlin may be from Numinor, otherwise known as Atlantis; “The 13½ Lives of Captain Bluebear” (1999), a book by Walter Moers which bases several chapters in Atlantis; “The Amazon's Curse” (2009),a book Gena Showalter which depicts the hidden land of Atlantis where the Greek Gods banished the horrible races of beings that were the product of the Titans; “The Amulet of Samarkand” (2003), a novel by Jonathan Stroud which mentions Atlantis as a former Greek colony on the island of Santorini in the Mediterranean; “The Atlantis Gene” (2013), a book by A G Riddle which features the Atlantians as a species of human on a separate planet; “The Atlantis Plague” (2013), a book by A G Riddle which features the Atlantians as a species of human on a separate planet; “The Atlantis World” (2014), a book by A G Riddle which features the Atlantians as a species of human on a separate planet; “The Bridge” (1930), a poem by Hart Crane in which the final section is entitled "Atlantis”; The Burning City” (2000), a novel by Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle which is set in a fictional universe that features an Atlantean wizard; “The Dancer from Atlantis” (1971), a novel by Poul Anderson; "The Diamond Age" (1995), a novel by Neal Stephenson in which Atlantis is a phyle of Anglo-Saxons;The Fall of Atlantis” (1987), a book by Marion Zimmer Bradley which tells the story of how the ancient druids were descendants of the survivors of Atlantis; “The Hunt For Atlantis” (2007); a novel by Andy McDermott; “The Illuminatus! Trilogy” (1975), a book by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson in which Hagbard Celine and crew travel to sites in submerged Atlantis. The story also infers that the Illuminati has its origins in Atlantis; “The Last Guardian” (1989), a novel by David Gemmell which makes use of the story of Atlantis; "The Last Man From Atlantis" (1926), a novel by Alexander Beliaev which depicts the last days of Atlantis; “The Lost Continent: The Story of Atlantis” (1899), a novel by C. J. Cutcliffe Hyne which depicts the end of Atlantis; “The Magic Goes Away” (1976), a book series by Larry Niven which often mention Atlantis or feature Atlantean characters; “The Magician's Nephew” (1955), a book by C. S. Lewis in which Digory Kirke's uncle Andrew received a box with Atlantean symbols from his dying godmother; “The Maracot Deep” (1929), a novel by Arthur Conan Doyle which describes the discovery of the sunken remains of Atlantis which is still inhabited by a high-technology society which has adapted to life underwater; “The Nymph King” (2007), a book Gena Showalter which depicts the hidden land of Atlantis where the Greek Gods banished the horrible races of beings that were the product of the Titans; “The Quantum Archangel” (2001), a novel by Craig Hinton which suggests that the Daemons gave the Kronos crystal to the Atlanteans as a test, which they failed; “The Scarlet Empire” (1906), a book by David Maclean Parry which is set in Atlantis; “The Search for Snout” (), a book by Bruce Coville in which Rod Albright's father is eventually revealed as an Atlantean starfarer; The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel” (2007-2012), a series of books by Michael Scott which centers around Atlantis; “The Silmarillion” (1977), a book by J. R. R. Tolkien which includes the Akallabêth of Atalantë, the history of his adaptation of Atlantis, known as the Island of Númenor, home of the most advanced civilization in the history of Middle-earth; “The Story of the Amulet” (1906), a book by Edith Nesbit which contains a chapter describing the fall of Atlantis; “The Temple” (1920), a book by H. P. Lovecraft which tells the story of a German submarine sinking to the bottom of the ocean during a battle in World War I and ultimately settling in the city of Atlantis; "The Towers of February" (1995),  a book by Tonke Dragt which describes Atlantis as a country in the parallel world IMFEA (Inter Menses Februarium Et Aprilem); “The Vampire's Bride” (2009), a book Gena Showalter which depicts the hidden land of Atlantis where the Greek Gods banished the horrible races of beings that were the product of the Titans; Timaeus” (c. 360 BC), a dialogue by Plato; Transformation” (2002), a books by Kara Dalkey which features a blend of Atlantis and Arthurian legends; Triplanetary” (1934), a book by E. E. "Doc" Smith which mentions Atlantis as an advanced society ultimately destroyed by nuclear weapons; “Unearthing Atlantis: An Archaeological Odyssey to the Fabled Lost Civilization” (1993), a book by Charles R. Pellegrino; “Vampire in Atlantis” (2011), a book by Alyssa Day which features a modern day twist to the myth of Atlantis; “Wild Hearts in Atlantis” (2007), a book by Alyssa Day which features a modern day twist to the myth of Atlantis; and “Wolf of Shadow” (1994), a novel by David Gemmell which makes use of the story of Atlantis; Music: "Atlantída" (1982), a song by Slovak singer Miroslav Žbirka; "Atlantis I" (1997), a song by Greek doom-death band On Thorns I Lay; "Atlantis II" (1997), a song by Greek doom-death band On Thorns I Lay; "Atlantis III" (1997), a song by Greek doom-death band On Thorns I Lay; “Atlantis” (1963), an instrumental by The Shadows; “Atlantis” (1967), an album by Sun Ra; "Atlantis" (1968), a song performed by Donovan P. Leitch Sr; "Atlantis" (1969), a song by folk/pop singer Donovan which begins with a narrative of Plato's account of Atlantis; "Atlantis" (1973), a song by Earth and Fire; “Atlantís” (1980), a song by Flash and the Pan; “Atlantis” (1984), a song by the UK progressive rock band Pallas; "Atlantis" (1993), a song by Drum & Bass artist LTJ Bukem; "Atlantis" (1994), a song by the power metal band Stratovarius; “Atlantis” (2004), an album by German Death metal band Atrocity; "Atlantis" (2008), a song by Whispertown 2000; "Atlantis" (2010), a song by indie rock band Deas Vail which describes the city as a utopia of trapped citizens perpetually waiting for rescue; "Atlantis" (2012), a song by Ellie Goulding; “Atlantis: A Symphonic Journey” (2004), an album by David Arkenstone; “Atlantis' Agony at June 5th - 8498, 13 p.m. Gregorian Earthtime” (1977), a song by Eloy; “Atlantis Ascendant” (2001), an album by British symphonic black metal band Bal-Sagoth; "Atlantis Falling" (1997), a song by Iron Savior; “Atlantis: Hymns for Disco” (2006), an album by K-os; "Atlantis is Calling" (1986), a song by Modern Talking; “Atlantis Princess” (2003), a song by BoA; “Atlantis Princess” (2003), an album by BoA; “Atlantis Suite” (1984), an epic science fiction rock opera which was a cornerstone of live Pallas concerts; "Atlantis to Interzone" (2006), a song by Klaxons; “Atylantos” (2001), an album written and produced by Jean-Patrick Capdevielle; “Crowning of Atlantis” (1999), an album by Therion; “Dark Fate of Atlantis" (2012), song by Symphonic Metal band Luca Turilli's Rhapsody; "Defend Atlantis" (2010), a song by the Flobots which contrasts the sinking of Atlantis in the past and climate change in the present day; “Fall of Atlantis" (2011), a song by US heavy metal band White Wizzard; "Floating City" (1988), a song by Y Kant Tori Read which alludes to Atlantis; "Forsaken" (2004), a song by Within Temptation which tells the story of Atlantis; "Lament for Atlantis" (1994), a song by Mike Oldfield; Lower Than Atlantis, an English band; “March on Atlantis” (1984), a song by the UK progressive rock band Pallas; "Seattlantis" (2007), a song by the The Fall of Troy; “The Sentinel” (1984), an album by contains a series of connected songs that together make up the Atlantis Suite, a reworking of the Atlantis myth; “V: The New Mythology Suite” (2000), an album by progressive metal band Symphony X which tells the story of Atlantis; Visions of Atlantis, an Austrian band; and "Voyage to Atlantis" (1977), a song by The Isley Brothers; Role-Playing Games: Armageddon” (2004), Atlantis is one of the Elder Kingdoms that is home to the immortals;CJ Carella's WitchCraft” (1999), Atlantis is one of the Elder Kingdoms that is home to the immortals;d20 Modern” (2002), a role-playing games in which Atlantis is referenced as a large island in the Aegean Sea that which used to be a permanent base for a race called the Fraal; “Hollow Earth Expedition” (2006), a role-playing game in which the characters seek refuge in the remnants of Atlantis; “Mage: The Awakening” (2005), a role-playing game in which Atlantis is depicted as the land where humankind first discovered magic; and “Rifts” (1990),a role-playing game in which Atlantis is a large continent in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean that was tied to the magical energies of earth. The original human residents of Atlantis, known as “True Atlanteans”, are masters of Stone and Tattoo magic; Sculptures: “Map of Broken Glass (Atlantis)” and the failed “Island of Broken Glass” project by Robert Smithson; and “The King of Atlantis” (1920–1922, a sculpture produced by Einar Jónsson; Television:1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” (1987-1996), features episodes entitled "The Lost Queen of Atlantis" and "Atlantis Awakes" in which the island temporarily arises from the sea outside the coast of Greece; “2003 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” (2003-2009); features an ancient underground city which is later revealed to be a colony of the long-lost Atlantis; “American Dragon: Jake Long” (2005-2007), a television series which features an episode in which Fu recalls going to Atlantis in his time-traveling misadventures; Atlantika” (2006-2007), a Philippine fantasy-drama series about the fictional undersea kingdom of Atlantika; “Atlantis” (2013-Present), the setting of the BBC One fantasy series; “Captain Planet and the Planeteers” (1990­-1996), a television series in which Gi was rescued and taken to an underwater city called Oceanus, a reference to Atlantis; “Centurions: Power Xtreme” (1986), a cartoon in which Atlantis appeared as an underwater city in the two part episodes "Atlantis Adventure" and "Hole in the Ocean"; “Doctor Who” (1963-1989), a television series which depicts three different versions of Atlantis' ultimate fate; “DuckTales” (1987-1990), featured episodes entitled "Aqua Ducks", in which the Lost City of Atlantis was found, and "Working for Scales", in which Huey, Dewey, and Louie discover The Lost Treasure of Atlantis; “Flipper” (1995-2000), features an episode entitled "Waterworld" in which Courtney is saved by a diver looking for Atlantis which is revealed to be off the coast of the Florida Keys; “GoGo Sentai Boukenger” (2006-2007), features a character Morio Makino who is obsessed with finding Atlantis; “Hercules: The Animated Series” (1998-1999), features an episode in which Atlantis is reigned by the wealthy king Croesus; “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys” (1995-1999), features an episode entitled "Atlantis" in which Hercules finds himself washed ashore on the fabled land; “I'm with Busey” (2003), a reality television show which claimed that a continent called Atlantis existed "10,556 years ago” and that the Egyptian pyramids were part of a failed Atlantean experiment; “Justice League” (2001-2004), a television show in which Atlantis is the home of Aquaman; Man from Atlantis” (1977–1978), a television series which featured a survivor of the lost continent of Atlantis; Phineas and Ferb” (2007-Present), featured an episode entitled "Atlantis" in which Atlantis is found off the coast of Danville;Prince of Atlantis” (1997), a short-lived CGI cartoon based on the legend of Atlantis; “seaQuest DSV” (1993-1996), features an episode entitled "Lostland" in which Commander Ford discovering a golden helmet and sword which came from the lost continent of Atlantis; “SpongeBob Squarepants” (1999-Present), features an episode entitled "Atlantis SquarePantis" in which SpongeBob travels to the lost city of Atlantis; “Star Trek: The Next Generation” (1987-1994), features an episode entitled "Family" in which a terraformation project to create a new continent on Earth is called Atlantis. Interestingly, it is located in the Atlantic Ocean, close to the Canadian coastline; “Stargate Atlantis” (2004-2009), depicts an aerial view of Atlantis and features Atlantis, a city-ship created by the Ancients which was moved from Earth to its final resting place in the Pegasus Galaxy, only to be submerged under a great ocean to protect it from the Ancients' enemies in Pegasus; “The Crystal Maze” (1990-1995), a game show which featured  a sunken ship called the “S.S. Atlantis”, a reference to the sunken city; The Dæmons” (1971), a television show which mentions Atlantis; "The Deep South" (2000), an episode of “Futurama” which involves a journey to the Lost City of Atlanta, which turns out to be the now-submerged city of Atlanta, Georgia; “The Fairly OddParents” (2001-Present), features Cosmo who sank the Lost City of Atlantis nine times and was known as "The Accursed One"; “The Godzilla Power Hour” (1978-1979), features an episode entitled “The Colossus Of Atlantis” in which a giant UFO blasts off of Earth after Godzilla defeated the security droid guarding Atlantis: “The Simpsons” (1989-Present), features and episode entitled "The Monkey Suit" in which Homer Simpson has a To Do-list in which "Find, destroy Atlantis" is already checked; “The Time Monster” (1972), features Time Lord the Master, an ancient and powerful being worshipped by the Ancient Greek-style Atlanteans; “The Transformers” (1984-1987), features an episode entitled "Atlantis, Arise!" in which the modern-day inhabitants of long-submerged Atlantis forge an alliance with Megatron in an attempt to conquer Washington, DC; “Time Cracks” (2004), a cartoon in which Atlantis was a town in the middle of the desert; “Transformers: Armada” (2002-2004), featured an episode entitled "Ruin" in which the Transformers follow a hologram left by an ancient girl to her underwater city, an apparent reference to Atlantis; “Transformers: Cybertron” (2005), features an episode entitled "Deep" in which Atlantis is a colonial Autobot ship that predates human evolution that crashed on Earth; “Xiaolin Showdown” (2003-2006), features an episode in which Dojo caused Atlantis tp sink the last time he was released from his cage; and “Young Justice” (2010-2013), features a character Aqualad (Kaldur'ahm) who is from the underwater city of Atlantis; and Video Games: Age of Mythology” (2002), the first few levels of the game are set in Atlantis whose location is said to be off the coast of Portugal; “Age of Mythology: The Titans” (2003), the Atlanteans are one of the playable cultures; Atlantica Online” (2008), a game which feature protagonists that are descendants from the now-destroyed Atlantis kingdom;  Atlantis no Nazo” (1986), Atlantis is featured as the setting that is explored by the main character; “Atlantis” (1982), a Imagic game by for the Atari 2600; “Atlantis I: The Lost Tales” (1997), a game set in the fables city of Atlantis; Atlantis II: Beyond Atlantis” (1999), a game set in the fables city of Atlantis; Atlantis III: The New World” (2001), a game set in the fables city of Atlantis; “Banjo-Tooie” (2000), a game featuring a level called Jolly Roger's Lagoon where Atlantis and its ancient submerged temples can be seen; “Bioshock” (2007), a game set in an underwater city called Rapture that has many references relating to the lost city of Atlantis; “Bioshock 2” (2010), a game set in an underwater city called Rapture that has many references relating to the lost city of Atlantis; “Chrono Trigger” (1995), a game featuring an advanced civilization in 12000 BC called the Kingdom of Zeal that, like Atlantis, was destroyed and remains in the depths of the ocean; “Conduit 2” (2011), a first-person shooter game set in Atlantis; “Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped” (1998), a game in which Crash must swim through a sunken city like Atlantis somewhere south of Australia; “Cyber Nations” (2006), a game in which Atlantis is the name of an alliance; “Dark Age of Camelot” (2001), a game which features an expansion called “Trials of Atlantis”, where players fight numerous Atlantean creatures on the isles of Atlantis; “Donkey Kong Land” (1995), a game in which the second world is known as "Kremlantis”, featuring underwater temples and ruins; Ecco the Dolphin” (1992), the Atlanteans, though not actually present in the game, play a large role;  Ecco: The Tides of Time (1994), the Atlanteans, though not actually present in the game, play a large role; “Eternal Champions” (1993), a game featuring a green-skinned Atlantean named Trident; “G.I. Joe: The Atlantis Factor” (1992), a game which takes place in Atlantis; “Glover” (1998), a game which features Atlantis as the theme for the first world, containing a mixture of Ancient Greece style architecture;  God of War III” (2010), a game featuring the god Poseidon who states that "Atlantis will be avenged!"; “God of War: Ghost of Sparta” (2010), Atlantis is a level in the game, both above and beneath the sea; “Hercules no Eikō IV: Kamigami kara no Okurimono” (1992), features an Atlantean who manages to survive the destruction of Atlantis; “Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis” (1992), a game which recounts the fictional quest of Indiana Jones to the Lost World; “Marvel: Ultimate Alliance” (2006), a game in which there are levels where the player goes to Atlantis; “Master of Olympus - Zeus” (2000), Atlanteans are a new playable civilization which were allegedly involved in building of the pyramids in both Egypt and Mesoamerica; “Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door” (2004), the port city of Rougeport rests on the sunken ruins of a legendary civilization that was brought beneath the ocean in a great cataclysm, an apparent reference to Atlantis; “Poseidon: Master of Atlantis” (2001), Atlanteans are a new playable civilization which were allegedly involved in building of the pyramids in both Egypt and Mesoamerica; “Puzzle Pirates” (2003), a game which features Atlantis as part of the Sea Monster Hunts; “Riddle of the Sphinx: An Egyptian Adventure” (2000), one of the keys used to open the door under the Sphinx is described by the game's inventory as “Atlantean”; “Serious Sam” (2001), a video game in which the hero ends up in Atlantis where he battles hordes of monsters, including the inhabitants of Atlantis; “Skies of Arcadia” (2000), a game which features a sunken continent entitled Soltis which in Japanese translates to Atlantia; “The Journeyman Project 3: Legacy of Time” (1998), a game in which Gage Blackwood time travels to Atlantis before its destruction and travels around the city in order to locate an artifact; The Omega Stone” (2003), a game which climaxes at an Atlantean pyramid at Santorini. Furthermore,  it states that the ancient Egyptians, the Maya, the Easter Islanders, the Cretans and the builders of Stonehenge were all different Atlantean tribes; “Tomb Raider” (1996), the games feature a series of levels based in Atlantis which is touted as the root of the Incan, Greek and Egyptian civilizations; “Tomb Raider: Anniversary” (2007), the games feature a series of levels based in Atlantis which is touted as the root of the Incan, Greek and Egyptian civilizations; “Universe at War: Earth Assault” (2007), the game features a city-ship called the “Atlatea” that sank, explaining the legend of Atlantis; and “Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders” (1998), a game which features scenes of Atlantis.