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For questions specifically about General Hux, a character in Star Wars.
For questions about Missile Gap, a 2006 novel by Charles Stross.
for questions relating to the 2010 movie, Clash of the Titans.
For questions about H2O: Just Add Water and its spinoff series, H2O: Mermaid Adventures and Mako Mermaids, also known as Mako: Island of Secrets or Secret of Mako Island.
For questions about the speculative fiction of Gail Carriger, a writer and archaeologist born in 1976.
1984 song by the band A-ha. It is famous for its music video, which features a comic book character coming to life and taking a woman into his world.
is an artificial intelligence originally created by Barry Allen in the Arrowverse.
a humorous video written and directed by Peter Davison. It follows the efforts of three actors who previously played the Doctor (Peter Davison, Colin Baker, and Sylvest…
For questions about the Japanese manga and anime series, Your Lie in April. The manga was published between 2011 and 2015. The anime was aired in 2014 and 2015.
For questions about Cell, an apocalyptic horror novel by Stephen King. It was published in 2006.
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 questions about American Horror Story, a horror TV series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. It originally aired on the FX network.
A DC Comics supervillain armed with a "cold gun" that freezes objects to absolute zero temperatures. Leader of the Rogues and enemy of The Flash.
a series of six fantasy novels about werecreatures, written by Curtis Jobling. They were published between 2011 and 2013.
For questions about the science fiction elements of The Boy, a Canadian animated television series that aired from 2004 to 2005.
For questions about the science fiction or fantasy aspects of Five Nights at Freddy's, a series of video games. Questions about gameplay are off topic. The first game was released in 2014.
For questions about Andy Griffiths's series of bum books - The Day My Bum/Butt Went Psycho, Zombie Bums/Butts from Uranus, and Bumageddon/Butt Wars - as well as the TV series adaptation.
an Australian author, born in 1961. This tag is for questions concerning the science fiction/fantasy aspects of his writing. Not to be confused with the actor Andy Griffith.
a British author of children's books. Her works include the Septimus Heap series, the TodHunter Moon series, and the Araminta Spooke series.
For questions relating to the Septimus Heap universe, found in the Septimus Heap series of fantasy novels written by Angie Sage. The books were published between 2005 and 2013.
For questions about Rip Hunter, a DC Comics superhero and time traveler who first appeared in comics in 1959.
For questions about "Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda", a 2014 Sy-Fy movie, sequel to the 2010 movie "Sharktopus". A shark-octopus hybrid is used to stop an experimental pterodactyl-barracuda hybrid which got…
Use for questions regarding the 2015 TV Show *Last Man On Earth*, created by, and starring Will Forte.
a 1990 film by Tim Burton and is the main character.
a horror movie franchise centered on a murderous doll named Chucky brought to life by a killer through black magic or voodoo. Use this tag to refer to any of the films, especially the…
For questions regarding the Legacy of Aldenata and its follow-on books by John Ringo.
a 2007 British-Spanish post-apocalyptic science fiction horror film, structured as a sequel to the critical and commercial success, 28 Days Later (2002).
A fantasy series by Terry Brooks, about a disillusioned lawyer from the real world who buys a fantasy kingdom, is surprised to find it actually exists, and as the new leader inherits all its quirks an…
For questions about the science fiction and fantasy works of Suzanne Collins, an American writer born in 1962. She is best known as the author of the Hunger Games trilogy.
a 2009 comedy, depicting a world where lying is impossible.
the name of several fictional characters from DC Comics. Most of them are superheroines, but some from alternate or parallel timelines have been supervillains.
For use with questions about the 1964–1968 NBC science fiction/spy television series The Man From U.N.C.L.E., starring Robert Vaughn and David McCallum; as well as subsequent book, television, and fil…