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a series of action-adventure video games created by Crystal Dynamics that follow the eponymous vampire.
an alternative version of Kal-El (Superman) from a parallel Earth called 'Earth Prime'. His world was destroyed in the "Crisis on Infinite Earths" story arc and he became a super-vil…
For questions about "Unbreakable" (2000), a psychological thriller written, produced, and directed by M. Night Shyamalan. Bruce Willis plays Philadelphia security guard David Dunn, the lone survivor …
the fourth book in the Time Tapestry quartet by Stephen Baxter.
For use in connection with questions about the 1996 action/horror/comedy film From Dusk 'Til Dawn, directed by Quentin Tarantino.
For use in connection with questions about Paranoia, a dystopian science fiction tabletop role-playing game (first published in 1984) set in a dystopian future city controlled by an artificial intelli…
For use in connection with scenery and special effects using matte paintings, painted representations of landscapes, sets, or distant locations that allow filmmakers to create the illusion of environm…
For use on questions about Mouse Guard, a comics series created by David Petersen, about sentient mice in a medieval world.
should be used for questions concerning American author Jean M. Auel or works she has written.
should be used for questions about the 1974-1976 American television series "Land of the Lost". It may also be useful for the 1991-1992 remake of that series, or the 2009 film derived from th…
For questions about the book series Green Rider by Kristen Britain.
a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Takashi Okazaki. It has also been adapted to an anime, a made-for-TV film, and a video game.
should be added to questions specific to the 1977 young adult novel Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson.
a 2003 movie starring Ben Affleck as a man who is sending himself hints from the future to avoid inventing a disastrous device that can predict the future.
a comic book series, prequel to the 2009 "Star Trek" movie, published by IDW publishing. Use in conjunction with the [star-trek] and [idw-publishing] tags.
For questions about "The Mysterious Cities of Gold", a French-Japanese cartoon launched in 1982, set in the 16th century and following the adventures of three kids looking for the Cities of Gold in th…
series of Where's Waldo books where readers attempt to find Waldo and others in scenes filled with characters set in different time periods and locations.
For questions about Life of Pi, a fantasy novel written by Yann Martel, or the film adaptation of the same name. The book was published in 2001; the film was released in 2012.
for questions involving numerology. From Wikipedia: Numerology is any study of the purported divine, mystical or other special relationship between a number and some coinciding observed (…
Used for the Character Q*bert from the old arcade game of the same name. Character has appeared in recent films such as Wreck-it Ralph.
a collection of African spiritual beliefs, developed in the slave-holding states and islands of the Caribbean Sea. Most famous of voodoo beliefs are the zombie tradition, and also the voodoo…
a webcomic based around the Justice League characters as young children in school.
1998 film directed by Mimi Leder. A comet is on course to impact Earth, can it be destroyed in time?
For questions related to the Newsflesh series of novels, or other stories set in that universe, by Mira Grant. The primary trilogy is set decades after a virus called Kellis-Amberlee led to a zombie-…
For questions about "Third Rock From the Sun", an American sitcom about four extraterrestrials posing as a human family to observe and better understand humans.
For questions about "Dark Angel", an American sci-fi TV series set in Seattle, created by James Cameron and starring Jessica Alba as a genetically-engineered transgenic super-soldier known as X5-452.
For questions about "Princess Tutu", a 2002 magical girl Japanese anime, following the story of Ahiru, a duck able to transform into the titular Princess Tutu, a human ballet dancer.
1998 American film directed by Griffin Dunne and starring Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock. The story centers around two sisters who possess the gift of magic, persuasion and charm.