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For questions specifically about Beagalltach, a magical sword from the Iron Druid Chronicles by Kevin Hearne.
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a 2009 animated movie focusing on an enthusiastic inventor turning water into food, until rain starts to become food storms. It's loosely based on the children's…
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2008 fantasy novel from Russian writer Sergey Lukyanenko and sequel to Night Watch and Day Watch.
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For questions about Amadeus Cho, a genius superhero from Marvel Comics.
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a fighting video game (later anime and live action movie) created by Namco.
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an American fantasy writer. Her most noted work is The Black Jewels Trilogy.
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James Graham Ballard, 1930-2009, an English author. Writer of a number of dystopian and apocalyptic science fiction novels and short stories.
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should be used for questions about the well-known Ring Cycle of operas, by German composer Richard Wagner.
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a novel by Poul Anderson based on the short story "To Outlive Eternity."
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Children's fantasy/horror novella written by Neil Gaiman, also adapted into a stop-motion animated film in 2009. Coraline, bored and neglected, find a hidden door into an eerie mirror version of her …
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should be used for questions related to the 1954 short story "The Cold Equations," written by Tom Godwin.
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For questions about the fantasy works of J. M. Barrie, a Scottish writer who lived from 1860 to 1937. He was the author of Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up.
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Questions about "A Midsummer Night's Dream", a fantasy play by William Shakespeare.
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Questions about 1989 "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" movie and its sequels,
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A 1965 science fiction novel, primarily a satire of the Vietnam War. It tells the story of Bill, a young farmer reluctantly pressed into service in the galactic military.
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Questions pertaining to literary works by Dante Alighieri, a major Italian poet of the Middle Ages.
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For questions about "Pontypool", a 2008 Canadian zombie movie based on Tony Burgess' 1995 novel "Pontypool Changes Everything". The story, set in a small Ontario town, follows a virus outbreak spread …
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For questions about the "Liaden universe", the setting for the works by by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller.
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A 1998 horror film starring Treat Williams as a captain of a small boat and crew hired to ferry a group of mercenaries hired to sink a luxury liner so that the owner can collect an insurance claim on …
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the title for a canceled Superman movie intended for production during the 1990s and starring Nicolas Cage.
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For use in connection with Quarantine, a hard science fiction novel by Greg Egan. Quarantine is a detective novel that explores the consequences of the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics.
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should be used for questions concerning the story "John Dies at the End," written by David Wong, which was published in both Web and novel forms and later released as a film in 2012.
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a series of supernatural, young-adult science fiction books by L. J. Smith, published between 1992 and 2013. A television series of the same name was based on the books, which air…
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should be used with questions about Total Recall 2070, a science fiction television series that aired in 1999, inspired by the 1990 film Total Recall.
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A series of Star Wars (Legends) novels featuring the T-65 X-Wing fighter used by the Rebel Alliance and New Republic.
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a short web-series about humans who use a new technology to be connected to the Internet twenty-four hours a day.
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a series of fantasy novels set in Midkemia by the author Raymond E. Feist.
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A trilogy of books by Terry Pratchett about a race of "Nomes" trying to survive in the human world. (Known in the UK as the Nome Trilogy)
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For questions about Krrish, a 2006 Indian science fiction film, the sequel to Koi... Mil Gaya (2003). It follows the adventures of Krishna, the son of Rohit and Nisha, who inherited his father's power…
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For questions about "Koi... Mil Gaya", a 2003 Indian science-fiction movie. It tells the story of Rohit, who contacts aliens with the computer his late father designed, and befriending an alien who go…
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A.I. War refers to a series of books planned by Daniel Keys Moran. The first book, The Big Boost, was released in April 2011. This series is part of the Continuing Time series.
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1974 film by John Carpenter and Dan O'Bannon. The crew of the ship Dark Star become increasingly bored with their long solitary mission, with perilous consequences.