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for questions about the British animated children's show, but only when related to possible science fictional or fantastical content. The show as a whole is not on topic for this stack.
For questions about the 2020 Netflix TV series "October Faction" and the comic series of the same name that is is based off of.
For questions about Xenos (non-humans) in the W40k universe. Always use in conjunction with the [warhammer40k] tag and any other relevant tags.
a 1992 military science fiction action film directed by Roland Emmerich and starring Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren as two men who died as Vietnam, only to be resurrecte…
an isometric action-adventure dark fantasy video game, first released in 1990.
For questions about "Mad Max: The Road Warrior", the second film in the "Mad Max" series, released in 1981. Use in conjunction with the [mad-max] tag.
For questions about the 2018 Netflix TV series "Diablero".
for the 2020 Netflix show "Messiah" about a man claiming to be the second coming of Jesus. Do NOT use this tag for the general concept of a messiah.
For questions about the 2019 live action Disney film "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil". Always use in conjunction with the [maleficent] tag.
For questions about the 2012 top down shooter game "Hotline Miami".
For questions about the 2017 novel “The Cityborn” by Edward Willett.
For questions about the 2019 movie "Gemini Man," directed by Ang Lee and starring Will Smith as an assassin who is hunted by a younger clone of himself.
For questions about the character, Xander Harris, from the TV series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer". Always use in conjunction with the [buffy-the-vampire-slayer] tag.
For questions about the American TV series "Mr. Robot" that has currently ran for 4 seasons from 2015 - 2019.
for questions about the 1960's American cartoon series "Underdog" or its various adaptations such as the 2007 live action film of the same name. Also use for questions about the character…
for questions about the anthology series The Year's Best Science Fiction, not to be confused with Year's Best SF, which is another series.
for works by Gardner Dozois, or for works that he edited
For questions about BBC's 2020 series called Dracula, developed by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat. Use in conjunction with [dracula] only when asking questions about the character.
For questions about "Troll 2," a 1990 comic horror movie featuring a family undertaking a home exchange with a disguised family of goblins. Although named as a sequel to the 1986 movie "Troll," it ac…
For questions about the 1969 novella "A Boy and His Dog" by Harlan Ellison and the 1975 film of the same name that was adapted from it.
a trio of fictional universes used as settings for RPGs by White Wolf Games, starting with "Vampire: The Masquerade" in 1991.
For questions about House of X, a comic book miniseries from Marvel Comics, published in 2019.