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For questions specifically about General Hux, a character in Star Wars.
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For questions about Missile Gap, a 2006 novel by Charles Stross.
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for questions relating to the 2010 movie, Clash of the Titans.
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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.
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For questions about the speculative fiction of Gail Carriger, a writer and archaeologist born in 1976.
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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.
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is an artificial intelligence originally created by Barry Allen in the Arrowverse.
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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…
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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.
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For questions about Cell, an apocalyptic horror novel by Stephen King. It was published in 2006.
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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 …
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For questions about American Horror Story, a horror TV series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. It originally aired on the FX network.
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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.
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a series of six fantasy novels about werecreatures, written by Curtis Jobling. They were published between 2011 and 2013.
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For questions about the science fiction elements of The Boy, a Canadian animated television series that aired from 2004 to 2005.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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a British author of children's books. Her works include the Septimus Heap series, the TodHunter Moon series, and the Araminta Spooke series.
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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.
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For questions about Rip Hunter, a DC Comics superhero and time traveler who first appeared in comics in 1959.
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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…
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Use for questions regarding the 2015 TV Show *Last Man On Earth*, created by, and starring Will Forte.
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a 1990 film by Tim Burton and is the main character.
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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…
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For questions regarding the Legacy of Aldenata and its follow-on books by John Ringo.
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a 2007 British-Spanish post-apocalyptic science fiction horror film, structured as a sequel to the critical and commercial success, 28 Days Later (2002).
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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…
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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.
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a 2009 comedy, depicting a world where lying is impossible.
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the name of several fictional characters from DC Comics. Most of them are superheroines, but some from alternate or parallel timelines have been supervillains.
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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…