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a 1985 action movie, and the third Max Max film.
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For questions about Thaddeus Howze, an author of speculative fiction. Use this tag for questions about the author, aspects of his life or his decisions for his writings; for specific works, use a work…
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a 1990 steampunk novel by William Gibson and Bruce Sterling.
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Questions about Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, a three-part musical webseries about the eponymous super villain who is attempting to gain membership in the Evil League of Evil, and who has fallen in …
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should be used for questions that concern Carmen Sandiego, a fictional thief portrayed in a series of popular "edutainment" software titles for personal computers.
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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…
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A 2003 fantasy movie, framed as a story told by the dying father of the protagonist. It was adapted from the 1998 novel Big Fish: A Novel of Mythic Proportions.
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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…
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The first novel by Brian Herbert and Kevin Anderson, published in 2006, that continues Frank Herbert's "Dune" universe.
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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…
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For questions about the Ark of the Covenant, an artifact from Indiana Jones.
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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."
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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…
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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.
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a fantasy webcomic about five heroes in a WoW-esque world who come together to work for a common goal: three squares and a warm bed and soon get broiled in the major war brewing between…
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a post-apocalyptic supernatural television series created by Vaun Wilmott. It first aired in 2014 and is set in the same universe as the film Legion (2010).
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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…
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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…
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An English experimental-progressive rock band popular in the 1960s-70s.
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a novel by Poul Anderson based on the short story "To Outlive Eternity."
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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…
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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 …
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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…
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For questions specifically about Beagalltach, a magical sword from the Iron Druid Chronicles by Kevin Hearne.
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An English author known for writing fantasy, science fiction, and steampunk novels and short stories.
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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…
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an American fantasy writer. Her most noted work is The Black Jewels Trilogy.
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James Graham Ballard, 1930-2009, an English author. Writer of a number of dystopian and apocalyptic science fiction novels and short stories.
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should be used for questions about the well-known Ring Cycle of operas, by German composer Richard Wagner.