Death Before Dishonor XIII is a professional wrestling event produced by Ring of Honor (ROH), which took place on July 24, 2015 at the William J Myers Pavilion in Baltimore, Maryland.
The first female US President Sally Sheridan is shot dead by a sniper during her Veterans Day speech. Her assassin narrowly escapes the scene with his life, national security hot on his heels - or so it seems. Three months later, an elderly couple discover the body of a wounded man in a tree, wearing a parachute. The young man cannot remember the slightest thing about his own identity.
After a plot to kill the president of the USA an agent with lost memories tries to recover his life and memories. Others use him to cover up some dirty business involving high ranking officials from the CIA and the White House.
Appleseed XIII is a 2011 Japanese CGI anime adaptation of Masamune Shirow's science fiction manga series Appleseed. Composed of 13 episodes, the series retold the exploits of ES.W.A.T. member Deunan and her cyborg partner Briareos. The series was produced by Jinni's Animation Studios in association with Production I.G and under the direction of Takayuki Hamana with Junichi Fujisaku as script supervisor. All 13 episodes were compiled into two feature-length films. The first feature film titled Appleseed XIII: Tartaros was announced by Shochiku and released on June 13, 2011. The second film, Appleseed XIII: Ouranos was released on October 24, 2011. A North American release of the TV series will be out in June 2013.
Code XIII was a regional rugby league programme on Channel M, and was originally presented by Barney, the presenter of Channel M's boxing programme Seconds Out. Jack Dearden took up the role of presenter following a move to the studio in 2007. The programme began in the 2006 season and focused mainly on teams playing in the Greater Manchester area such as Salford City Reds, Wigan Warriors, Leigh Centurions, Rochdale Hornets, Oldham Roughyeds and Swinton Lions. A spin-off series entitled Code XIII: Grassroots focused on local amateur rugby league highlights. Although the programme predominantly concentrated on the main Greater Manchester teams, it also touched upon the progress of other teams in the region including Warrington and Widnes. Unfortnately management at Channel M decided that due to the Superleague rights held by Sky Sports, they were not willing to go forward with another series that did not contain game action, and that the asking price for buying in the footage was more than the Guardian Media Group could afford. It was for this reason that the programme was not recommisioned by Channel M for the 2009 season.