- Adventure Comics
- Adventure Comics is the name of a comic book publishing imprint owned by Malibu Graphics. All Planet of the Apes material licensed through Malibu from 1990-1992 was printed under the Adventure Comics imprint.
- In the original shooting script for Planet of the Apes, Ape City was referred to as Apetown.
- APJ is an acronym, which stands for Arthur P. Jacobs - the executive producer of the original five Planet of the Apes movies. Page titles that include the descriptor (APJ) indicates an article that is exclusive to the continuity of the first five movies. See also: TB.
- CE is an acronym, which stands for Chernin Entertainment - the production company behind the 2011 Rise of the Planet of the Apes and 2014 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes movies. Page titles that include the descriptor (CE) indicate an article that is exclusive to the continuity of these films, as well as related media such as novels and comic books. See also: APJ, TB.
- A monkey is a member of the Simian superfamily, but is characteristically distinguishable from Apes. The term can also be used as a pejorative used to describe an evolved ape, but it is often perceived as an insult, and is known to invoke the ire of several ape species (particularly gorillas). Aged gorilla soldier, Krull, took noticeable offense when Captain Leo Davidson referred to him as a "monkey".
- POTA is an acronym, which stands for Planet of the Apes. The term is used strictly in an out-of-universe context and can be applied to nearly any aspect of the Planet of the Apes franchise. POTA can also be used to refer to the President of the Assembly - the highest ranking ape official seen in Planet of the Apes.
- Sideshow Collectibles
- Sideshow Collectibles, Inc. is one of the largest commercial dealers of movie memorabilia. They have produced a series of busts and deluxe action figures relating to Planet of the Apes. See Sideshow Collectibles POTA page.
- TB is an acronym, which stands for Tim Burton - the director of the 2001 re-imagined Planet of the Apes movie. Page titles that include the descriptor (TB) indicates an article that is exclusive to the continuity of the re-imagined film, as well as related media such as novels and comic books. See also: APJ.
- Ursus Speech
- In 3978, gorilla military leader General Ursus addressed the Ape National Assembly, passionately urging them to invade the Forbidden Zone. Ursus' ambitious rhetoric has become informally known as the Ursus Speech.