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For questions about the Hanna-Barbera cartoon TV series "Galtar and the Golden Lance" that ran from 1985-1986. Always use in conjunction with the [hanna-barbera] tag.
For questions about the 2017 horror film "The Vault".
For questions about LitRPG, Literary Role Playing Game, works of science fiction or fantasy.
for the manga series Nurarihyon no Mago, also published as Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan.
For questions about the 1995-1999 TV series "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys".
For questions about the ongoing live action DC TV series "Titans" that started in 2018. Always use in conjunction with the [dc] tag.
For questions about the 1976-1977 animated TV series "Dynomutt, Dog Wonder", also known as "The Blue Falcon & Dynomutt". Always use in conjunction with the [hanna-barbera] tag.
For questions about "Happy!" a TV series that started in 2017 and the graphic novel it is adapted from.
For questions about "Jem and the Holograms", otherwise known as Jem, a 1980's animated American TV series.
For questions about the 1957 science fiction novel "The Midwich Cuckoos" by John Wyndham.
For questions about Krypto the Superdog, a fictional superhero by DC Comics. Always use in conjunction with the [dc] tag.
For questions about the fictional character "Zordon" from the Power Rangers universe. Always use in conjunction with the [power-rangers] tag. Only use when specifically asking about the character, not…
For questions about the Looney Tunes character Lola Bunny who was introduced in Space Jam. Always use in conjunction with the [looney-tunes] tag and use with a more specific work tag where appropriate…
For questions about "The Invaders", a 1967 to 1968 American science fiction TV series.
For questions about the 1985 post-apocalyptic film 'Brazil'.
For use in connection with questions about the 2001 computer hacking crime thriller film Swordfish.
For works about the witch Tiffany Aching, a character from the Discworld, fictional world created by the writer Terry Pratchett.
For questions about the 2012 novel "Illusion" by Frank E. Peretti. Do NOT use this tag for questions about illusions in general.
For questions about the Christian fiction author Frank E. Peretti. Only use for questions about the author himself and not about his works. For questions about his works use the specific work tag inst…
For questions about the 2019 Netflix TV series "Raising Dion" and the 2015 comic series/short film it is based on by the same name.
For questions about the 1979 science fiction novel "The Jesus Incident" by Frank Herbert.
For questions about the 2019 TV series "For All Mankind", an alternate history series. It depicts what could have happened if the Soviet Union had won the race to put the first man on the Moon in 1969…
For questions about "The Night Land", a far-future fantasy novel by William Hope Hodgson, published in 1912, one of the earliest examples of the "dying earth" sub-genre.
For questions about the 2018 TV series "Legacies", a sequel to "The Vampire Diaries". For questions about the latter use the [the-vampire-diaries] tag.
For questions about William Sleator's 1975 science fiction novel "House of Stairs".
For questions about the American science fiction author "William Sleator". Only use for questions about the author himself. For questions about the author's works use the specific work tag instead.
For questions about the 1960's TV show "My Favorite Martian".
For questions about Frank Herbert's novel God Emperor of Dune, the 4th novel of the Dune series. Use with the [dune] series/universe tag.
For questions about the books in the Aliens For... series (Aliens For Breakfast, Aliens For Lunch, Aliens For Dinner) by Stephanie Spinner and Jonathan Etra.
For questions about the 1980's animated TV series "Defenders of the Earth" featuring Flash Gordon, The Phantom and Mandrake the Magician.
For questions about the character and comic strip "Mandrake the Magician" created by Lee Falk from 1934 - 2013.
For questions about the 2019 Christmas comedy film "Klaus" released on Netflix.