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an American science fiction television series that aired from 2013–2014.
For questions about Alpha Flight, a group of Canadian superheroes from Marvel Comics.
For questions about "Alphas", a modern day TV series about a small covert US government organization consisting of people that have superhuman powers.
For questions about Richard K. Morgan's novel "Altered Carbon" and its adaptations.
Fiction set in a world whose history branches off from our own, which may or may not have science-fictional or fantasy elements
For questions about The Tales of Alvin Maker, a fantasy series by Orson Scott Card.
For questions about Amadeus Cho, a genius superhero from Marvel Comics.
Use for questions about works published by Amalgam Comics; a publishing imprint shared by DC Comics and Marvel Comics.
To be used for questions about the novel by Phillip K. Dick.
For questions about The Amazing World of Gumball, a cartoon series created by Ben Bocquelet.
For questions about A Meeting with Medusa, a science fiction novel by Arthur C. Clarke.
For use in connection with questions about P. J. Marsden's 2008 young adult fantasy novel, Amelia, the Monkey, and the Magic Bag.
the 14th and final book of The Wheel of Time sequence by Robert Jordan, completed by Brandon Sanderson. It was released January 8th 2013.
For questions about "American Gods", a novel by Neil Gaiman, adapted as a TV series by Starz in 2017 onwards. The story is a blend of Americana, fantasy, and various strands of ancient and modern myth…
For questions about American Horror Story, a horror TV series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. It originally aired on the FX network.
Use for questions for versions of The Amityville Horror (books & films)
For questions about Amory Wars, a series of comic books by Claudio Sanchez.
For questions about the fantasy novel series by Michael McClung
a fictional character and a companion of the 11th incarnation of Doctor Who on the long-running TV series of the same name. Use this tag for questions about the character, not those that m…
Once a slave on Tatooine, Anakin was prophesied to bring balance to the Force, though he later became one of the most powerful users of the Dark Side in the galaxy.
For questions about "An American Werewolf in London", a 1981 comedy/horror movie about two American students attacked by a werewolf upon visiting England, one of them turning into a werewolf as well.
A modern fantasy novel by Neil Gaiman. An old trickster god (Mr. Nancy from American Gods) dies, leaving behind two sons who've never met, whose lives start colliding in events both hilarious and hor…
a speculative fiction novel by Neal Stephenson that explores a number of philosophical and scientific themes, including parallel realities, alternative social structures and social change o…
For questions about the anatomy of real creatures in science fiction, fantasy, and other speculative works, as well as the anatomy of wholly fictional entities.
Races (normally species) which lived long ago and (normally) no longer exist. Examples include the Iconicans in Star Trek.
For question about the 2013 science-fiction novel "Ancillary Justice", by Ann Leckie. It is the first book in the "Imperial Radch" trilogy. Always use in conjunction with the [imperial-radch] tag.
For question about the 2015 science-fiction novel "Ancillary Mercy", by Ann Leckie. It is the sequel to "Ancillary Sword" and the third book in the "Imperial Radch" trilogy. Always use in conjunction …
For question about the 2014 science-fiction novel "Ancillary Sword", by Ann Leckie. It is the sequel to "Ancillary Justice" and the second book in the "Imperial Radch" trilogy. Always use in conjuncti…
For questions involving Andalites, the species from the Animorphs franchise.
For questions about the warp-capable humanoid species "Andorians" from Star Trek, members of the United Federation of Planets and easily recognizable by their blue skin. Always use in conjunction with…
An American author, Andre Norton's writing career spanned more than seventy years and produced 300+ novels. She was the first woman to receive the 'Gandalf Grand Master Award' from the World Science F…
For questions about androids in works of science fiction or fantasy. Always use in conjunction with the relevant work tag. An android is a robot or synthetic organism designed to look and act like a h…