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1998 film directed by Mimi Leder. A comet is on course to impact Earth, can it be destroyed in time?
For questions related to the Newsflesh series of novels, or other stories set in that universe, by Mira Grant. The primary trilogy is set decades after a virus called Kellis-Amberlee led to a zombie-…
Used for the Character Q*bert from the old arcade game of the same name. Character has appeared in recent films such as Wreck-it Ralph.
For questions about "Dark Angel", an American sci-fi TV series set in Seattle, created by James Cameron and starring Jessica Alba as a genetically-engineered transgenic super-soldier known as X5-452.
For questions about "Third Rock From the Sun", an American sitcom about four extraterrestrials posing as a human family to observe and better understand humans.
1998 American film directed by Griffin Dunne and starring Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock. The story centers around two sisters who possess the gift of magic, persuasion and charm.
For questions about "Princess Tutu", a 2002 magical girl Japanese anime, following the story of Ahiru, a duck able to transform into the titular Princess Tutu, a human ballet dancer.
A 2002 science fiction novel by Greg Bear describing a scientist's quest for immortality and his fight with the cabal of powerful people who already have it.
For questions about "Fantastic Voyage", a 1966 film in which a submarine is shrunk to microscopic size and piloted through a scientist's blood stream to remove a blood clot that threatens him with bra…
Fantasy trilogy written by Tad Williams started in 1988, following a large cast of characters in Osten Ard as three mythical swords are needed to prevent the return of an ancient eldritch king.
a 1960s British "Supermarionation" TV show, about a war of nerves between the Mysterons (mysterious aliens with the power to reanimate dead and destroyed things as their agents) and Spectrum, an Earth…
For questions about the 2009 "Pathfinder Roleplaying Game" (D&D based) by Paizo Publishing.
For questions about Prolong, a life-extending medical technology from David Weber's "Honorverse" (Honor Harrington) sci-fi series. Always use in conjunction with the [honorverse] tag.
A tag for questions dealing with mummies in science fiction and fantasy works. Always use in conjunction with a more relevant tag i.e. the work tag or a general tag like [story-identification], [histo…
For questions about "The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr" (aka "Brisco County"), a Western/SciFi hybrid TV series aired in 1993–94.
done in the movie genre of "mockumentary". Always use in conjunction with a more relevant tag i.e. the work tag or a general tag like [story-identification], [h…
Deals with the works of fantasy author Stephen R. Lawhead.
a 2011 action adventure thriller film that contains prominent fairy tale elements
for questions about UK-based Greek writer Natalia Theodoridou and her works.
for questions about the American psychological horror-thriller movie "What Lies Beneath".
the fourth film in the Underworld series, it was released in 2012.
for Harry Turtledove’s "Worldwar" series. This is not to be confused with the American film World War Z, for which the tag [world-war-z] exists.
for Harry Turtledove's "Colonization" trilogy series. For general galactic colonization questions, use [tag:space-colonization] instead.
Desert planet in the world of Star Wars, site of an iconic battle between the Empire and the Rebel Alliance. Homeworld of Rey
a science fiction novel by Hao Jingfang.
Strange is a 5-episode graphic adventure game, revolving around concepts of time manipulation, the relationship between cause and consequence, and the butterfly effect. Use this tag for questi…
A science fiction series by Marissa Meyer. It revolves around the tensions between Earth and Levana, the expansionist queen of the Lunars, an offshoot of humanity possessed of powers of mind control. …
For questions about the short run of Danger Club comics, written by Landry Walker and published by Image Comics
For questions about the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden, known for their numerous allusions to the fantasy and horror genres in their lyrics and imagery.