the next world; "he nearly blew us to kingdom come"
the end of time; "you can wet the bed till kingdom come, for all I care"
Kingdom Come is a melodic hard rock band fronted by Hamburg-born vocalist Lenny Wolf. The group's first album, Kingdom Come became quite popular and is remarkable for its classic hard rock sound, reminding such bands as Led Zeppelin and Scorpions, the latter of which former Kingdom Come drummer James Kottak is now a member of.
Kingdom Come was a four-issue comic book limited series published in 1996 by DC Comics. It was written by Mark Waid and painted in gouache by Alex Ross, who also developed the concept from an original idea. Set some 20 years into the future of the current DC Universe, it deals with a growing conflict between "traditional" superheroes, such as Superman, Wonder Woman and the Justice League, and a growing population of largely amoral and dangerously irresponsible new vigilantes.
Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come was one of the most unique and interesting bands of the 1970s British music scene, combining Arthur Brown's voice, theatrics, and conceptualizations with psychedelic and progressive rock music. The group was a hit on Britain's festival circuit, but lack of record sales, indifference from music critics, and poor record company promotion (especially in the US) led to its eventual demise in 1974.
Kingdom Come is a 2001 comedy film, written by David Bottrell and Jessie Jones, and directed by Doug McHenry. This film stars LL Cool J, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Vivica A. Fox.
Kingdom Come is a novel by Melvyn Bragg, first published in 1980. It is the third part of Bragg's Cumbrian Trilogy.
Kingdom Come is the sixteenth and final book of the Left Behind series, to be released on April 3, 2007.
Kingdom Come is a 2006 album from American rap artist Jay-Z released on November 21. The title comes from the DC Comics limited series of the same name, where Superman returns from self-exile to an apocalyptic and chaotic world. In its opening week, the album debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 with 680,000 copies.
Kingdom Come is the title track from Jay-Z's 2006 comeback album, Kingdom Come. The track's beat was produced by Just Blaze, and uses a chopped-up sample of Rick James's '80s hit "Super Freak," which was also sampled in MC Hammer's hit single "U Can't Touch This."
Kingdom Come is debut album by American hard rock band Kingdom Come.