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1995 adventure video game by LucasArts, also adapted into a novel. Three scientists dig into an earth-bound asteroid to find that it's actually a first contact probe, and are whisked off to the dusty…
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Led Zeppelin were an English rock band, started in 1968. Use this tag for questions about any science-fictional and fantastical elements in any song lyrics by them or if they were the source of inspir…
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For questions about the 2016 first-person action film by Ilya Naishuller
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a short story by American fantasy and horror writer H. P. Lovecraft.
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For questions about the fantasy trilogy "Fault Lines" by Tim Powers.
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For questions about the 1968 sci-fi novel "The Ice People" by the French author René Barjavel.
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For questions about "Antares Dawn", the first book of the Antares trilogy by Michael McCollum.
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For questions about "Space Wars: Worlds and Weapons", a 1979 art book of drawings from 1960s and 1970s book and magazine covers of a future of space warfare.
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For use with questions about the Fablehaven series of children's novels by Brandon Mull.
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To be used for the 2017 BBC alternate history drama series, in which the Nazi forces are victorious in occupying Britain.
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for questions about the novel by John Wyndham.
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Questions about Mark Lawrence's Broken Empire universe.
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For questions about the "Midnighters" trilogy of fantasy books by Scott Westerfeld, about teenagers in Bixby, Oklahoma, who can move for an hour at night while everything else is frozen.
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For questions about "Shadowshaper", a 2015 urban fantasy novel by Daniel José Older. It tells the story of Sierra, a young woman from Brooklyn who discovers the order of the Shadowshapers, people able…
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Kin-dza-dza! (Russian: Кин-дза-дза!, translit. Kin-dzah-dza!) is a 1986 Soviet sci-fi dystopian black comedy cult film released by the Mosfilm studio and directed by Georgiy Daneliya, with a story by …
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a science fiction novel written by Ursula K. Le Guin that was published in 1971. The novel revolves around a man whose dreams can alter reality
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For questions about "World on a Wire", a 1973 German TV mini-series dealing with consciousness in nested simulated worlds. Based on the novel "Simulacron-3".
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For questions about When the Tripods Came, a prequel to John Christoper's The Tripods trilogy.
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For questions about Vampire Knight, the manga series by Hino Matsuri, and its adaptations.
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For questions about Neonomicon, a limited comic book series by Alan Moore and Jacen Burrows. It is the sequel to Alan Moore's The Courtyard.