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a work of short fiction by David Farland, originally published in an anthology of alien-inspired stories, Alien Artifacts. Set on the ice world of Europa, the hero (Armando) has discov…
a fairy, originating from J. M. Barrie's play Peter Pan (1904) and its novelisation Peter and Wendy (1911). Her most famous outings are in the 1953 Disney film Peter Pan. She has subseq…
To be used for questions about the novel by Phillip K. Dick.
To be used for the 2005 cinematic adaptation of the eponymous story by H. P. Lovecraft.
Use for questions about the novel, "The Fifth Season", by author N. K. Jemisin. It is the first book in the "Broken Earth" series, followed by "The Obelisk Gate" and "The Stone Sky".
for questions about the mecha anime franchise.
A trilogy of books by Cornelia Funke where certain people have the ability to 'read out' characters from books into our world. It is centered around a father (Mo) and his daughter (Meggie) and the ad…
a platform game for the Wii featuring Mickey Mouse and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.
For questions about The Boxtrolls, a 2014 children’s fantasy film about diminutive trolls that live in the sewer system.
For questions about the science fiction and horror author "F. Paul Wilson". If asking about one of his works always use the work's tag.
1995 science fiction film starring Lori Petty, Ice-T and Naomi Watts. It's the year 2033 and water is in short supply and is being hoarded and controlled by an evil dictator.
a 1986 scifi/horror film and short story by H.P. Lovecraft.
a 1960s kids television program.
3 books by contemporary Japanese writer, Haruki Murakami, released in Japan in 2009 and 2010.
an action / espionage television series with sci-fi elements, based on Luc Besson's film Nikita. The series aired from 13 January 1997 to 4 March 2001. Use this tag for questions c…
a 1985 action movie, and the third Max Max film.
For use in connection with the series of novels by Mervyn Peake: Titus Groan (1946), Gormenghast (1950), and Titus Alone (1959); as well as the short story "Boy in Darkness" (1956) and unfinished fra…
Animated film released in 2015 by Pixar. Follows Riley, a young girl just moved to a new city, as the personified emotions inside her head try to distract her and help her adjust, but Joy starts comp…
Questions about Emily St. John Mandel's 2014 novel, "Station Eleven".
Questions about Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, a three-part musical webseries about the eponymous super villain who is attempting to gain membership in the Evil League of Evil, and who has fallen in …
a series of novels by Frank Herbert set in the Destination:Void universe.
For questions about Thaddeus Howze, an author of speculative fiction. Use this tag for questions about the author, aspects of his life or his decisions for his writings; for specific works, use a work…
the third game of the Guild Wars games a MMORPG released on October 27, 2006. It is set in the North-African-themed continent of Elona.
a finished webcomic by Kris Straub about the starship museum Fuseli, curator Mnemnon Vanderbeam, and the starslip drive.
an ongoing webcomic by Rich Morris. In a setting inspired by Dungeons & Dragons, the comic mostly follows the day-to-day life, grand adventures and politics …
a webcomic by Narbonic creator Shaenon Garrity, and Jeffrey Wells. It follows the eponymous government agency which is described as Black Ops social services.
in the Blood is a webcomic about Lamashtu, the first vampire, now living as archeologist Dr. Laila McCarthy.