There's this question which is definitely a valid question. However, it's tagged with . Is this a valid tag and why? I honestly don't think it matches, but there doesn't seem to be another matching tag (e.g. ).

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The tag is for the generic identification of any science fiction or fantasy property. It doesn't strictly have to be a (written) story. It could also be a game, song, film, book, movie or whatever as long as it fits within the site's scope.

Use for identifying a work of SF or Fantasy, including novels, movies, comic books, fanfic, TV series, video games, etc. Use with other tags to specify the type of media, eg. [short-stories]. Use [episode-identification] for identifying a single episode of a known series, whether TV, book, or comic. Use [actor-identification], [character-identification], [music-identification], or [object-identification] for those specific ID requests.

It would help if OP qualified it with one of the media tags, but in this case, they don't actually know whether it's a TV show or a film so any attempt to additionally qualify it would be pointless.

  • Couldn’t it be episode-identification because it’s part of the greater Marvel thing? Oct 20, 2019 at 16:42
  • @Stormblessed - Theoretically. Except that OP has no idea whether it's from a TV series, a film, a comedy skit or anything else.
    – Valorum
    Oct 20, 2019 at 16:44

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