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For questions about "Metalocalypse", a U.S. animated series aired between 2006 and 2013 on Adult Swim, following the adventures of the fictional band Dethklok, so popular and disaster-causing that the…
should be used for the highly-acclaimed 1992 video game "Star Control II." It may also be useful for the game's open source version (with identical content) called "The Ur-Quan Masters."
2008 fantasy horror film starring Jonathan Tucker and Jena Malone. Friends embark on a vacation together in Mexico where they explore some sort of ancient ruins in the jungle only to discover that ho…
For questions about the Ark of the Covenant, an artifact from Indiana Jones.
For questions about the Purge series of movies, including The Purge, The Purge: Anarchy, The Purge: Election Year, and so forth, in which a dystopian government has instituted a night during which all…
An English author known for writing fantasy, science fiction, and steampunk novels and short stories.
For questions about a Mary Sue, an idealized character representing the author, mostly found in fan fiction. The male equivalent is usually called a Gary Stu. Always use in conjunction with the specif…
For questions about Starfire, a female superhero from DC Comics, originally created by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez. Born on the planet Tamaran, she is known as Koriand'r or Kory Anders. Her powers i…
The first novel by Brian Herbert and Kevin Anderson, published in 2006, that continues Frank Herbert's "Dune" universe.
a 2014 Science Fiction film starring Johnny Depp and Rebecca Hall. It follows a computer scientist working on Artificial Intelligence who is mortally wounded and uploads his conscio…
a 1981 American science fiction action film set in a then-near future 1997 in a crime-ridden United States that has converted Manhattan Island in New York City into a maximum s…
a 2014 Science Fiction film detailing a group of MIT students who follow a hacker into a remote area of the United States and then are pulled into a strange experiment. The film received…
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.
An English experimental-progressive rock band popular in the 1960s-70s.
a series of low fantasy novels by P.C. (Patricia) Hodgell currently comprised of *Godstalk*, *Dark of the Moon*, *Seeker's Mask*, *To Ride a Rathorn*, *Bound in Blood*, and *Ho…
Order 65 was a standing order of the Grand Army of the Republic - it allowed for the removal of the Chancellor as Supreme Commander under certain conditions. It was never enacted. The order is only me…
For questions specifically about Beagalltach, a magical sword from the Iron Druid Chronicles by Kevin Hearne.
a novel by Poul Anderson based on the short story "To Outlive Eternity."
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 …
should be used for questions related to the 1954 short story "The Cold Equations," written by Tom Godwin.
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…
2008 fantasy novel from Russian writer Sergey Lukyanenko and sequel to Night Watch and Day Watch.
For questions about Amadeus Cho, a genius superhero from Marvel Comics.
an American fantasy writer. Her most noted work is The Black Jewels Trilogy.
James Graham Ballard, 1930-2009, an English author. Writer of a number of dystopian and apocalyptic science fiction novels and short stories.
should be used for questions about the well-known Ring Cycle of operas, by German composer Richard Wagner.
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.
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 …