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Nexus ("bond, hub, or center of a network") may refer to:

Art, entertainment, and media[edit]

Fictitious entities[edit]

  • Nexus, a fictional place in the TV series Charmed (broadcast 1998–2006)
  • Nexus, a series of androids in the book Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1968) by Philip K. Dick
    • Nexus, the corresponding series of replicants in the film adaptation Blade Runner (1982)
  • Nexus, a large, insect-like Necromorph in the game Dead Space 3
  • Nexus, a structure at the starting point of each team in League of Legends that the other team must destroy in order to win
  • Multiversal Nexus, the center of the DC Multiverse
  • Planet Nexus, the main setting for the MMORPG WildStar
  • The Nexus, the name of the setting of Heroes of the Storm
  • The Nexus, a central hub used to bind together various worlds in the game Demon's Souls
  • The Nexus, a communications complex in Quake 4
  • The Nexus, a safe haven area in Realm of the Mad God
  • The Nexus, a secret organization in The Power of Five series by Anthony Horowitz, published 2005–2012
  • Ultraman Nexus, the eponymous alien superhero broadcast 2004–2005




Gaming communities[edit]

  • Nexus, the brand of the NexusMods online modding community
  • Dragonlance Nexus, a fansite that was created in 1996 as "Dragon Realm"



Record companies[edit]





  • Nexus (magazine), a bi-monthly alternative news magazine
  • Nexus (student magazine), the weekly students' magazine of the Waikato Students Union at the University of Waikato, New Zealand
  • Daily Nexus, the university newspaper for the campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara, US

Computing and technology[edit]

Mobile devices[edit]





Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]

  • Nexis or LexisNexis, a research corporation
  • Nexxus, a line of hair care products