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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…
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…
For questions about the 2016 first-person action film by Ilya Naishuller
a short story by American fantasy and horror writer H. P. Lovecraft.
For questions about the fantasy trilogy "Fault Lines" by Tim Powers.
For questions about the 1968 sci-fi novel "The Ice People" by the French author René Barjavel.
For questions about "Antares Dawn", the first book of the Antares trilogy by Michael McCollum.
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.
For use with questions about the Fablehaven series of children's novels by Brandon Mull.
To be used for the 2017 BBC alternate history drama series, in which the Nazi forces are victorious in occupying Britain.
for questions about the novel by John Wyndham.
Questions about Mark Lawrence's Broken Empire universe.
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.
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…
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 …
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
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".
For questions about When the Tripods Came, a prequel to John Christoper's The Tripods trilogy.
For questions about Vampire Knight, the manga series by Hino Matsuri, and its adaptations.
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.