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a series of action-adventure video games created by Crystal Dynamics that follow the eponymous vampire.
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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…
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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 …
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the fourth book in the Time Tapestry quartet by Stephen Baxter.
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For use in connection with questions about the 1996 action/horror/comedy film From Dusk 'Til Dawn, directed by Quentin Tarantino.
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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…
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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…
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For use on questions about Mouse Guard, a comics series created by David Petersen, about sentient mice in a medieval world.
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should be used for questions concerning American author Jean M. Auel or works she has written.
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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…
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For questions about the book series Green Rider by Kristen Britain.
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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.
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should be added to questions specific to the 1977 young adult novel Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson.
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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.
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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.
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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…
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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.
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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.
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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 (…
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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.
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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…
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a webcomic based around the Justice League characters as young children in school.
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1998 film directed by Mimi Leder. A comet is on course to impact Earth, can it be destroyed in time?
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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-…
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.