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For questions about the anime "Little Witch Academia" and its adaptation into a manga and other media.
for questions about the "Overwatch" lore; questions related to game mechanics belong on Arqade.SE. A 2016 hero and objective-based first person shooter developed by Blizzard. Players take…
For questions about the "Deltora Quest" series by Emily Rodda.
for questions about the sf-nal aspects of Hooverphonic songs. Do NOT use this tag for other questions about Hooverphonic, as those will be off topic.
For questions about "Shipshape Home" by Richard Matheson published in 1952 and its adaptations in other media.
For questions about the author Richard Matheson, for questions about his works use the relevant work tag.
For questions about the 1933 novel "When Worlds Collide" by Philip Wylie and Edwin Balmer.
For questions about the American cartoonist and author Jules Feiffer who was born in 1929. Only use for questions about the author himself not for those about his works.
For questions about “Skulduggery Pleasant,” a series of YA low fantasy books by Irish author Derek Landy. They are about a teenage girl, Stephanie, gaining the ability to use magic and going on advent…
For questions about the British pre-school children's television series "Teletubbies" that ran from 1997 to 2001 and then restarted in 2015.
For questions about the book series "In Her Name" by Michael R. Hicks.
For questions about the works set in the "Tufo-verse" by Mark Tufo. It currently contains the following series: Zombie Fallout, Indian Hill, Lycan Fallout and Demon Fallout.
For questions about the 2008 novel "Claws That Catch" by John Ringo as part of the "Voyage of the Space Bubble" series. Always use in conjunction with the [voyage-of-the-space-bubble] tag.
For questions about the "Voyage of the Space Bubble" book series by John Ringo also called the "Looking Glass" series. Use in conjunction with the book tag where appropriate, for example, [claws-that-…
For questions about "Sandkings", a 1979 novelette by George R. R. Martin, revolving around Sandkings, insect aliens turning on their cruel and abusive pet collector.
For questions about the book series "Sword of Shadows" by by J.V. Jones that started in 1999.
For questions about the 1986 TV cartoon "Wildfire" by Hanna-Barbera.
For questions about The Jenkinsverse (or JVerse) and the works set within it. The Jenkinsverse is the name for the universe in which "The Kevin Jenkins Experience" and its related works are set. Alway…
For questions about The Deathworlders works. Always use in conjunction with the [jenkinsverse] tag.
For questions about the "Modern Faerie Tales" series by Holly Black that started in 2002 with "Tithe" followed by "Valiant" also in 2002 and "Ironside" in 2007.
For questions about the 1997 comedy film "Mouse Hunt".
For questions about the horror video game franchise “The Evil Within” that started in 2014.
For questions about the 1995 live action film "A Young Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court".
For questions about the 2019 fantasy TV series "Abyss".
For questions about "The Blair Witch Project", a 1999 horror movie revolving around the found footage of three missing students after they went to investigate the local witch legend.
For questions about the animated TV series "Count Duckula".
a science fiction sports film, set in a futuristic dystopia where wars have been abolished, corporations run the planet, and only one sport remains, the bloody and violent rollerball. Th…
For questions about "Not Alone", a 2015 novel by Craig A. Falconer, about a man leaking files proving an alien cover-up by the government, and having to face the consequences.
For questions about "Slow Bullets", a 2015 novella by Alastair Reynolds, revolving around a soldier abducted after a ceasefire, put in hibernation in a spaceship and waking up earlier than planned.
For questions about "Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet", a 2013 anime revolving around a Galactic Alliance of Humanity lieutenant crashing on Earth during the fight against an interstellar race, the H…
For questions about "The Girl who Leapt Through Time", a 2006 anime movie revolving around highschool student Makoto discovering she can "time-leap" and initially using that gift frivolously.
For questions about "History Lesson", a 1949 two-part short story by Arthur C. Clarke, also known as "Expedition to Earth".
For questions about "Being John Malovich", a 1999 movie directed by Spike Jonze, revolving around a puppeteer discovering a door leading inside John Malkovich's mind.
For questions about "D.Gray-man", a manga by Katsura Hoshino started in 2004, and adapted into an anime in 2006. The story revolves around Exorcists trying to save the world from Akumas, weapons made …
For questions about "The Wolf's Hour", a 1989 novel by Robert McCammon, revolving around a British werewolf spy called out of retirement to stop a nazi threat.
For questions about "Frontier Magic", a series of fantasy novels by Patricia Wrede, published between 2009 and 2012. It is set in an alternate Frontier North America, with three sets of magic: Aphrika…