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Use for questions about Jules Verne's 1873 novel "Around the World in Eighty Days".
a web-based novel series written by Drew Hayes. It follows the (mis)adventures of five children with superpowers living in a world where "super-powereds" are required to attend a "He…
For questions referring to the works of James A. Owens, "The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica".
a series of novels by Sebastien De Castell, with four books published so far: Traitor's Blade (2014), Knight's Shadow (2014), Saint's Blood (2016), and Tyrant's Throne (2017).
For questions about the web fantasy manga "Tales of Demons & Gods".
For questions about the 1962 French science fiction featurette "La Jetée".
For questions about the 1994 novel "Insomnia" by Stephen King.
a 2005 science fiction dystopia film starring Charlize Theron as the titular Aeon. The film was based on an avant garde animated TV series of the same name which aired on MTV between 1991…
For questions about the Ink, the 2009 Science Fiction Fantasy film written and directed by James Winans.
to refer to the novels set in the fictional Noon Universe created by the brothers Arkady and Boris Strugatsky.
For questions about the world of Winnie the Pooh, created by A. A. Milne. Use this tags for all questions about the original 1926 book, any subsequent books, poems and any theatre, radio, tv and film …
For questions about the live-action television series ALF and related spin-off media.
For questions about godlings, childlike creatures with big, bright eyes and pale blue skin in the The Witcher continuity. They first appeared in the video game "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt". Always use i…
For questions regarding the famously bad 1964 sci-fi comedy holiday film directed by Nicholas Webster and starring John Call as Santa Claus.
For use in connection with the Alastor Cluster novels by Jack Vance—Trullion: Alastor 2262 (1973), Marune: Alastor 933 (1975), and Wyst: Alastor 1716 (1978).
For questions about the entire "Sam & Max" franchise including the comic books, TV series and video games.
For use in connection with questions relating to Jack Vance's Demon Princes novels: Star King, The Killing Machine, The Palace of Love, The Face, and The Book of Dreams.
For questions about the Marvel super hero character Black Bolt. Only use for questions about the character himself not for those that simply mention him. Always use in conjunction with the [marvel] ta…
For questions about the 1994 Quentin Tarantino directed film "Pulp Fiction".
For questions about "Cube", a 1997 science-fiction movie directed by Vincenzo Natali, revolving around seven persons finding themselves trapped in a maze with cubic rooms, filled with various deadly t…
For questions about the 1997 comedy film "Liar Liar" starring Jim Carrey.
For questions about the Russian Strugatsky brothers, Arkady and Boris, science fiction authors who mainly collaborated. Only use for questions about the authors themselves. For questions about their w…
For questions about the character "Círdan" from The Lord of the Rings series. Always use in conjunction with the [tolkiens-legendarium] tag and any other appropriate tag such as [the-lord-of-the-rings…
For use in connection with the story "Prince Rabbit" by A. A. Milne.
For questions about the NBC sitcom Frasier (1993–2004), which made frequent references to science fiction through the character of Noel Shempsky, an avid fan of Star Trek and other media.
a Science Fiction author. Use this tag for questions about his works.
For use in connection with questions about the 2018 romantic science fiction film Zoe.
Use for questions about works published by Amalgam Comics; a publishing imprint shared by DC Comics and Marvel Comics.
Use for questions about Dark Claw, a character created by Amalgam Comics as a mix between Batman and Wolverine. Always use in conjunction with the [amalgam-comics] tag.
Use for questions about the "A Wizard in Rhyme" fantasy series by Christopher Stasheff.
Use for questions about "Artemis Fowl and the Eternity Code" by Eoin Colfer. Always use in conjunction with the [artemis-fowl] tag.
For questions specific to Ash vs Evil Dead, a 30 episode long series developed by Sam Raimi and starring Bruce Campbell, reprising his role of Ash Williams. The series takes place 30 years after the l…
For use in connection with questions about the 1979 action film The Warriors.
Use for questions about the young adult novels in "The Tripods" series by John Christopher beginning in 1967.
For use with questions about the 1998 live-action Indian superhero television series Captain Vyom.
a science fiction comedy novel written by Alan Dean Foster.