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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 …
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 When the Tripods Came, a prequel to John Christoper's The Tripods trilogy.
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".
To be used for the series of fantasy novels by T. C. Southwell.
For questions about the French-Belgian comic series by Jean Dufaux and Ana Miralles.
For questions about the Vertigo comic series written by Brian K. Vaughan. Use with the [vertigo-comics] tag.
For questions about the short story "The Dead Astronaut" by J.G. Ballard.
For questons about The Space Trilogy by C.S. Lewis, a science fiction series with Christian allegory including the books Out of the Silent Planet, Perelandra, and That Hideous Strength.
To be used for Amazon's 2017 television series.
For questions about "The Serpent of Venice," a satirical novel by Christopher Moore combining parts of Shakespeare's plays "The Merchant of Venice," "Othello," and the short story "The Cast of Amontil…
To be used on question relating to our favorite cherry-chasing, dot-muncher, who first appeared as an arcade game in 1980.
For plot-related questions about the Crash Bandicoot series of video games.
For questions about Fairy Tail, a Shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Mashima Hiro and published in Weekly Shōnen Magazine, along with its anime adaptation.
For questions about Johannes Kepler's "Somnium" ("The Dream"), possibly one of the earliest works of science fiction (1608).
For questions about The Well of Ascension, Brandon Sanderson's 2007 sequel to The Final Empire and the second book in the Mistborn series of young adult fantasy novels.
an unproduced series which was supposed to follow the original "Star Trek" TV show in 1978. Use in conjunction with the [star-trek] tag.
a 2014 movie directed by the Vicious Brothers (Colin Minihan and Stuart Ortiz). For questions about other works related to extraterrestrial beings, use the [aliens] tag.
For questions about "The Ice Dragon", a children's novel by George R.R. Martin, originally released in 1980.
For use in connection with questions about Daniel Keyes' 1959 short story "Flowers for Algernon," of the novel-length version of the same name published in 1966.
Utopia was a live-action TV Series broadcast on UK television in 2013 in which a small group of characters come into possession of a graphic novel that seems to predict future events. A shadowy organi…
For questions about a novel by April Daniels; Dreadnought. Synonyms: Young Adult, Super-Hero.
To be used on questions regarding the titular superhero. This would include all comic, television, and other franchise related items.
For use in connection with questions about P. J. Marsden's 2008 young adult fantasy novel, Amelia, the Monkey, and the Magic Bag.
For questions about "Resident Evil: Revelations", a 2012 survival horror video game by Capcom. The 18th game in the "Resident Evil" series by order of publication, it takes place in-universe between t…