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For questions about the 1979 film Quintet
a fictional Royal Navy officer from the Napoleonic Wars, featuring in a series of novels by C. S. Forester.
A 1963 novel by Kurt Vonnegut, Cat's Cradle is a story of religion, fate, human nature, and "ice nine", a new crystal structure of water that has the potential to destroy the world.
For use in connection with questions about the American techno-noir television series Nowhere Man, starring Bruce Greenwood, which ran on UPN from 1995–1996.
For questions about the speculative fiction writings of Joe Hill, an American writer of novels, short stories, and comic books, born in 1972.
For use in connection with questions about King Solomon's Mines, the 1885 novel by H. Rider Haggard, as well as its multiple television and film adaptations.
For use in connection with questions about Marvel's Young Avengers, a group of young superheroes, of which most are related to The Avengers, first appearing in 2005.
a cell-shaded Anime series available on Netflix. It involves a mobile human colony being pursued by an organic enemy called the Gauna. The knights use large mecha called Gardes t…
the alias for Sam Wilson, a member of the Avengers and friend to Steve Rogers.
the multi-part, long running and popular Japanese manga series by Hirohiko Araki. Each part of the series recounts the adventures of a member of the Joestar family, all of …
an American science fiction television series that aired from 2013–2014.
an American television series created by Elizabeth Sarnoff, Steven Lilien and Bryan Wynbrandt, and produced by J. J. Abrams and Bad Robot Productions. Switching between eras, the series f…
For questions about the 2013 Syfy channel original movie Sharknado (about sharks that carried aloft by tornadoes and then attack humans), as well as its 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018 sequels.
For use with questions about Timeline, the science fiction novel published in 1999 and written by Michael Crichton. The story involves history students who travel back in time to France in the year 1…
A dystopian drama TV series set in a near future where all women have become infertile.
For use on questions about Mouse Guard, a comics series created by David Petersen, about sentient mice in a medieval world.
For questions about "The Mysterious Cities of Gold", a French-Japanese cartoon launched in 1982, set in the 16th century and following the adventures of three kids looking for the Cities of Gold in th…
series of Where's Waldo books where readers attempt to find Waldo and others in scenes filled with characters set in different time periods and locations.
For questions about the book series Green Rider by Kristen Britain.
should be used for questions about the 1974-1976 American television series "Land of the Lost". It may also be useful for the 1991-1992 remake of that series, or the 2009 film derived from th…
should be used for questions concerning American author Jean M. Auel or works she has written.
a comic book series, prequel to the 2009 "Star Trek" movie, published by IDW publishing. Use in conjunction with the [star-trek] and [idw-publishing] tags.
a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Takashi Okazaki. It has also been adapted to an anime, a made-for-TV film, and a video game.
should be added to questions specific to the 1977 young adult novel Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson.
a 2003 movie starring Ben Affleck as a man who is sending himself hints from the future to avoid inventing a disastrous device that can predict the future.
for questions involving numerology. From Wikipedia: Numerology is any study of the purported divine, mystical or other special relationship between a number and some coinciding observed (…
For questions about Life of Pi, a fantasy novel written by Yann Martel, or the film adaptation of the same name. The book was published in 2001; the film was released in 2012.
a collection of African spiritual beliefs, developed in the slave-holding states and islands of the Caribbean Sea. Most famous of voodoo beliefs are the zombie tradition, and also the voodoo…
a webcomic based around the Justice League characters as young children in school.