THE 'JOHN STORM' FRANCHISE - A - Z
The Elizabeth Swann cruising along the Amazon to Manaus
The 'Elizabeth Swann' is a solar assisted, hydrogen powered ship that is thought to be the fastest in the world, and the most advanced technologically. She was inspired by the character, Elizabeth Swann, in the Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean movies, (played by Keira Knightley). Though, we know of a lady of the same name who lives in England.
The Swann is equipped with a stunning array of ocean instruments, that makes her invaluable for underwater surveys and other surface marine tasks, under the command of her rugged ocean conservationist captain: John Storm. A man of many talents, who becomes physically and mentally enhanced during his adventures.
The Elizabeth Swann is autonomously piloted by Captain Nemo, named after the Captain of the Nautilus in Jules Verne's classic: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. A stand alone unmanned navigation system. The ship is monitored by an artificially intelligent (AI) computer named Hal, after Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke's character in 2001: Space Oddysey.
The ship is a real trimaran design study, with quotes for build in high grade 5083 marine alloy and other high strength materials, to include electric pod thrusters, solar wings that track the sun, and a fuel cell system to utilize hydrogen in many forms, to generate electricity for her submerged drives. The ship is Plastic-Free.
AI - Artificial Intelligence
Ant Man - Scott Lang
Aquaman - DC comics aquatic superhero (WBD) - Arthur Curry
Ark, The - The interactive DNA database developed by John Storm
Bard - How might an Investor, Film Angel, or Producer extol the virtues of the John Storm Franchise? Google AI Chatbot
Batman - Bruce Wayne DC comics superhero
BioCore - Biological implant for the human brain that allows wireless communications to digital devices
Captain America - Steve Rogers
Captain Nemo - The COLREGs compliant, autonomous navigation system on the Elizabeth Swann
Charley Temple - Investigative new reporter and adventurer
Copyright - Why is it king in Hollywood?
CyberCore Genetica - The world's fastest and most powerful nano-supercomputer
DC Comics - Warner Bros. Discovery
Elizabeth Swann - A hydrogen and solar powered ship
Excalibur - The onboard laser cannon weapon system
Frankenstein Vs Cleopatra - Professor Krafenstein (Baron Victor VI) resurrects the Egyptian queen from DNA
George Franks - Solicitor advocate, Trustee and legal eagle from Franks, Swindles & Gentry
Hal - The AI supercomputer onboard the Elizabeth Swann
Hulk, The Incredible - Dr Bruce Banner
Innerspace - Deep blue submerged cities, life below the waves
Innerspace - Movie from 1987, starring Douglas Quaid, Amblin Entertainment
Innovate UK - Government agency aimed at kickstarting new businesses
Iron Man - Tony Stark
Jameson Hunter Limited - Publishing SME
John Storm - A marine conservationist, paleoantropologist, and explorer
John Storm - Battle Picture Weekly & Eagle comics 1987
Kanis Rex - Homo Sapiens Sapiens Superior, king of the primates
Legends - Historical and mythology
Manga - A to Z top 10 of Japanese comics
Marvel Studios - Walt Disney, Burbank, California
Operation Neptune - Tracking down a stolen nuclear submarine leads to the discovery of The Lost City of Atlantis
Options - Film, Television and Video production licensing
Outerspace - The opposite of inner-space (not quite)
Pendragon - The integrated anti-pirate tazer system, aboard the Elizabeth Swann
Plagiarism - Intentional and unintentional copyright theft
Plastic Free - The John Storm Franchise is Single-use and GRP Plastics Free
Spider Man - Peter Parker
Superman - Clark Kent as DC's superhero from Krypton
Treasure Island - Blackbeard's Curse and Pirate's Gold
Wonder Woman - Princess Dianna is DC's Amazonian heroine from Themyscira
The Elizabeth Swann is to feature in a trilogy of original stories being developed by the Cleaner Ocean Foundation, by way of ocean and climate awareness campaigns.
A second series could begin with 'THE HOLY COMPASS,' a natural follow on from Treasure Island.
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