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Eight Deadly Words

  1. Although the term "Eight Deadly Words" is not actually trademarked, within two days the catchphrase was being used indepdently by John S. Novak.
  2. Although the term "Eight Deadly Words" is not actually trademarked, within two days the catchphrase was being used independently by John S. Novak.

Alexander Beliaev

  1. Alexander Beliaev is the set designer, Lena Rivkina is the costume designer, and the lighting designer is Joan Sullivan-Genthe. (Web site)

Acts of Sacrifice

  1. Acts of Sacrifice is an episode from the second season of the science-fiction television series Babylon 5.


  1. A Browncoat is a fan of the TV series Firefly and the movie Serenity that was in theaters a short time ago.
  2. A browncoat is a person who is a fan of the tv show firefly, and the movie based on the tv show Serenity.
  3. Browncoat is a term from the science fiction Western TV series Firefly (and its big-screen "sequel", Serenity). (Web site)
  4. Browncoat is a term used to describe an especially devoted fan to the science fiction Western TV series Firefly, which spawned the movie Serenity. (Web site)


  1. BayCon is a science-fiction convention held in San Jose, CA at the Double-Tree Hotel each year on the Memorial Day Weekend.
  2. BayCon is a large convention topping two thousand attendees over the last several years. (Web site)
  3. Baycon is a great convention and well worth checking out. (Web site)
  4. Baycon is a very costume-based convention (or " cosplay pages." cosplay " as the young, wide-eyed screaming anime fans are calling it).
  5. Baycon is a very costume-based convention (or "cosplay" as the young, wide-eyed screaming anime fans are calling it). (Web site)

Science Fiction Foundation

  1. The Science Fiction Foundation is a charitable trust, (no 1041052) established to support and aid research, teaching and reading of science fiction.

Science Fiction Studies

  1. Science Fiction Studies is an academic journal founded in 1973 by R.D. Mullen.

Amorphous Creature

  1. The amorphous creature is a common trope in science fiction. (Web site)
  2. In this story, Fisk Lockwood is an agent for Pobe, a shadowy and amorphous creature who has imprisoned the wizard Jalafar-rula beneath Quag Keep.
  3. The Blob is an amorphous creature from another planet which lands on Earth encased in a meteor.


  1. The Banik are a fictional alien race from the Farscape universe.
  2. The Banik are humanlike in appearance, suggesting that they may be an offshoot of the Sebaceans.

Benjamin Rosenbaum

  1. Benjamin Rosenbaum is a computer programmer and science fiction writer, born in New York but raised in Arlington, Virginia.
  2. Benjamin Rosenbaum is a writer living in Northern Virginia. (Web site)
  3. Benjamin Rosenbaum is one of the best new science fiction writers working in the field today.

Captain Apollo

  1. Captain Apollo is the name of a fictitious character in the original Battlestar Galactica film and television series.
  2. Captain Apollo is a Viper spacefighter pilot of the Battlestar Galactica, and the son of Commander Adama. (Web site)
  3. Captain Apollo is the leader of Blue Squadron, an accomplished group of Viper pilots. (Web site)
  4. Captain Apollo is the son of Commander Adama, and the best Viper pilot in the Colonial Fleet.


  1. A Chadoo is a fictional extraterrestrial species from the book and television series Animorphs.
  2. C Capasin Chadoo: small, tree-dwelling creatures of the Hork-Bajir home-world. (Web site)
  3. As mentioned by Aldrea, the Arn seem to be distantly related to the chadoo. (Web site)

Charlie Jade

  1. Charlie Jade is the name of a science fiction television program filmed mainly in Cape Town, South Africa.
  2. Charlie Jade is a 20 episode science fiction television series created and produced by Chris Roland.
  3. Charlie Jade is a great series to watch, you can get the DVDs for the series in Japan with it still in English with your option of Japanese subtitles.


  1. Clockpunk is a genre of science fiction similar to Steampunk (some people even consider clockpunk to be a sub-genre of Steampunk).
  2. Clockpunk is a subgenre of speculative fiction which is similar, but different from Steampunk. (Web site)
  3. Start the Clockpunk article or add a request for it.


  1. Gaylaxicon is a GLBT science fiction and fantasy convention.
  2. Gaylaxicon is for everybody. (Web site)
  3. Gaylaxicon is the annual international gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender & friends Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, and Gaming Convention. (Web site)
  4. Gaylaxicon is the only science fiction convention focused on the GLBT community.
  5. Gaylaxicon is an annual science fiction, fantasy and horror convention that focuses on gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender topics. (Web site)


  1. The Kalish are a client species of the Scarrans, and serve a similar role as the Vorta in Star Trek to the Dominion (Star Trek).
  2. Kalish are basically humanoid, with a golden tint to their skin and red hair.
  3. Kalish are basically humanoid, with a golden tint to their skin.
  4. Kalish are basically humanoid, with a golden, somewhat fish-scale-like patterned tint to their skin, and red hair.
  5. The Kalish are a client species of the Scarrans, and serve a similar role as the Vorta in Star Trek.

Paul Davids

  1. Paul Davids is a leading expert on the history of science fiction cinema and the Hollywood connection to extraterrestrial-related phenomena.
  2. Paul Davids is a leading expert on the history of the Hollywood connection to science fiction and extraterrestrial-related phenomena.
  3. Paul Davids is a major Hollywood player when it comes to extraterrestrial phenomena.
  4. Paul Davids is a writer of films and novels , especially about science fiction . (Web site)

Sharon Shinn

  1. Sharon Shinn is a gifted storyteller who makes the readers believe Samaria exists outside of the creative imagination of the author.
  2. Sharon Shinn is a journalist who works for a trade magazine called Decor.
  3. Sharon Shinn is a journalist who works for a trade magazine.
  4. Sharon Shinn is a talented storyteller who makes world building seems so graceful and easy. (Web site)
  5. Sharon Shinn is an American Novelist of books that combine the genres of fantasy, science fiction and romance.


  1. Stargate is a worldwide phenomenon.
  2. Stargate is a fictional universe inspired by the 1994 film Stargate directed by Roland Emmerich.
  3. Stargate is a colorful tapestry of fantasy and science fiction that has been wonderfully woven together.
  4. StarGate is the portal that the humans went through.
  5. Stargate is one name for a class of fictional devices which allow instantaneous travel between places.

Star Trek

  1. Star Trek is a science fiction television series created by Gene Roddenberry which aired from September 8, 1966 through September 2, 1969.
  2. Star Trek is one of the most popular names in twentieth century science fiction entertainment.
  3. Star Trek was a bomb when it came out. (Web site)
  4. Star Trek was almost destined to collide with the movement for women's rights in some way or another. (Web site)
  5. Star Trek was also the internal code name of a project at Apple Computer, Inc.

Star Wars

  1. Star Wars is an epic science fantasy saga and fictional universe created by George Lucas during the late 1970s. (Web site)
  2. Star Wars is an influential science fantasy saga and fictional universe created by producer George Lucas in the early 1970s.
  3. Star Wars is categorized as science-fantasy. (Web site)
  4. Star Wars is the most powerful example of this trend.
  5. Star Wars was a great risk and I applaud you for it. (Web site)

A Day In The Strife

  1. In 'A Day in the Strife', the Centauris send a representative to the station to watch over the Narn inhabitants and force G'Kar back to the homeworld.
  2. First telecast during the week of November 20, 1995, "A Day in the Strife" was written by J. Michael Straczynski.

Aerial Board of Control

  1. The Aerial Board of Control is a fictional supranational organization created to manage air traffic for the whole world. (Web site)


  1. Afrofuturism is the antithesis of futurism. (Web site)
  2. Most of the text on this site is drawn from the Afrofuturism listserv archives and is written by Afrofuturism subscribers.
  3. Abstract. -- In this essay, I start from some of the central concerns of Afrofuturism to investigate the ubiquity of race in sf. (Web site)

All Alone In The Night

  1. In [All Alone in the Night], Delenn is told to appear before the Grey Council and is then dismissed from it. (Web site)
  2. All Alone in the Night It was the dawn of the third age of mankind, the year after Win95 came upon us all. (Web site)
  3. Anna Sheridan arrives on B-5, shattering the isolated peace of the "beacon, all alone in the night".

Anastasia Dualla

  1. Lee soon marries Petty Officer Anastasia Dualla and gains weight while Starbuck moves to planetside with Anders. (Web site)
  2. Anastasia Dualla is no-nonsense, tough and pragmatic — even when falling in love with Commander Lee Adama, C.O. of the battlestar Pegasus.

And Now For A Word

  1. AND NOW FOR A WORD: The first (but not last) of Babylon 5's refreshing experiments in format. (Web site)

Baron Papanoida

  1. Baron Papanoida: An opera fan and subsequent frequenter of the Galaxies Opera House.


  1. Beachworld is a short story by Stephen King, set in the far future (the last of the Beach Boys died 300 years ago).
  2. Beachworld was created by a space station engineer and 2 of the original Biosphere2 crew members.

Belisarius Series

  1. The Belisarius Series is a collection of novels written by David Drake and Eric Flint and published by Baen Books.

Benedict Jablonski

  1. The Hugo Award trophy was co-designed by longtime SF fan and booster Benedict Jablonski who based it on a rocket-shaped hood ornament from an Oldsmobile 88.
  2. A new design capable of mass production was made by Benedict Jablonski. (Web site)
  3. At the 13th Convention a new design, capable of "mass" production, was made by Benedict Jablonski.

Benevolent Aliens

  1. Benevolent aliens - The subject of contact and interaction by the human race with benevolent aliens is a subject of science fiction.
  2. The first humans were brought to earth by benevolent aliens millennia ago from a galaxy far, far away. (Web site)

Beyond Lies The Wub

  1. Beyond Lies the Wub is a science fiction short story by Philip K. Dick. (Web site)
  2. Beyond Lies the Wub was Philip K. Dick's first published story and appeared in the legendary Planet Stories pulp magazine.


  1. Bitek is a substance mentioned numerous times in the Night's Dawn Trilogy by Peter F. Hamilton. (Web site)
  2. Bitek is a technology which is a fusion of a biological entity with a conscience and technological functions.

Blowups Happen

  1. Blowups Happen is a science fiction short story by Robert A. Heinlein. (Web site)


  1. Books are for all; or Every reader his book.
  2. Books are hard to kill. (Web site)
  3. Books are in the list for a wide variety of reasons, and I do not expect to like them all. (Web site)
  4. Books are independent of the machineries of book production, the platforms of publishing. (Web site)
  5. Books are not allowed. (Web site)


  1. Falsch, es wird behauptet Boosterspice wird aus dem Lebensbaum gewonnen, vom Virus wird nichts gesagt. (Web site)
  2. I wouldn't strap you down and inject you with boosterspice. (Web site)
  3. Without boosterspice the bone would be slow to heal. (Web site)


  1. Brekke is a young Weyrwoman in the Dragonriders of Pern series of science fiction novels by Anne McCaffrey.

Carla Speed Mcneil

  1. Carla Speed McNeil is a sci-fi writer, cartoonist, and illustrator of comics.

Caterpillar Drive

  1. The caterpillar drive was a fictional magnetohydrodynamic propulsion system. (Web site)


  1. A Cebot is a robot who's size is measured in centimetres.
  2. CEBOT is a dynamically reconfigurable robotic system composed of diverse robotic cells combined in different configurations. (Web site)
  3. Cebot is a term for a small robot measuring a few centimeters in size.

Cecilia Tan

  1. Cecilia Tan is a writer and editor mostly known for combining the erotic with the fantastic.
  2. Cecilia Tan is a happy smutmonger based in the Boston area. (Web site)
  3. Cecilia Tan is a noted writer, editor, and publisher.

Ceremonies of Light And Dark

  1. First seen in America during the week of April 8, 1996, "Ceremonies of Light and Dark" was written by J. Michael Straczynski.
  2. The onscreen credits for "Ceremonies of Light and Dark" are available. (Web site)
  3. April 24, 1996 A synopsis of "Ceremonies of Light and Dark" is available. (Web site)

Charles Brown

  1. Charles Brown is a political activist in Detroit , Michigan. (Web site)
  2. In the summer of 1818, Keats journeyed to Scotland with Charles Brown, the rugged, worldly businessman who was one of his most loyal friends.

Charles Stross

  1. Charles Stross is a computer programmer and writer living in Edinburgh, Scotland.
  2. Charles Stross is a full-time writer who was born in Leeds, England in 1964.
  3. Charles Stross is a hit with
  4. Charles Stross is a youngish English writer who I've just started read and who has a remarkable talent. (Web site)
  5. Charles Stross is the major exception to this generalization.

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