Brainiac may refer to:

  • In DC Comics:
    • Brainiac (comics), a fictional supervillain in DC Comics, and an enemy of Superman
      • Brainiac (story arc), 2008 storyline in Action Comics
      • Brainiac (Smallville), version of the villain in the TV series Smallville
    • Brainiac 5, a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes
  • Brainiac (band), an American indie rock band
  • Brainiac: Science Abuse, a British television programme
    • Brainiac: History Abuse, a spin-off of the above
  • The Brainiac, a 1962 Mexican horror film directed by Chano Urueta
  • "Brainiac" (Dark Angel), an episode of the television series Dark Angel
  • Function BRAINIAC, an energy drink
  • Brainiac: Adventures in the Curious, Competitive, Compulsive World of Trivia Buffs, a book written by Ken Jennings
  • brainiac techniques for improving computer performance

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Computo (Danielle Foccart) - Fictional Character Biography
... As a last resort, her older brother Jacques brought her to Brainiac 5 of the Legion of Super-Heroes for treatment ... Brainiac 5 rashly decided to utilize a piece of circuitry from the dismantled machine Computo, a highly advanced supercomputer he had created years earlier which ... Brainiac 5 devoted most of his free time for at least a year to curing Danielle's disorder and exorcising Computo ...
Brainiac (story Arc)
... "Brainiac" is a five-issue comic book story arc written by Geoff Johns and illustrated by Gary Frank, that was published in Action Comics #866-870 by DC Comics in 2008 ... of Kandor, and the return of the original Silver Age incarnation of the supervillain Brainiac ...
Adam Knight - Recurring Characters - Brainiac
... as well as four episodes of season seven, as the Kryptonian artificial intelligence known as Brainiac, referred to on the series as the "Brain InterActive Construct" ... Brainiac first appears in the season five episode "Arrival", and in the episode "Splinter" he assumes the identity of Central Kansas A M professor Milton Fine, a fellow Kryptonian ... In the season five finale, Brainiac unleashes a computer virus that cripples the world's cyber infrastructure ...
Lex Luthor In Other Media - Video Games - DC Universe Online
... Afterwards, he looks up to witness the arrival of Brainiac ... With most of the heroes and villains dead, Brainiac takes over the planet with little trouble, killing what is left of the planets superhumans, Luthor himself being the only survivor ... and the Justice League is still alive and Earth is still intact to warn them of Brainiac's threat ...
Myth Busters (2008 Season) - Episode SP12 – "Viewer Special Threequel" - Alkali Metal Mayhem
... which is featured in an episode of the British TV show Brainiac Science Abuse ... The Brainiac experiment purported to show two grams of rubidium and cesium dropped into a bathtub filled with water causing an explosion as large as could be caused by a hand grenade ... ten times more than the quantity used in the Brainiac experiment ...