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. ).


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 '19 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 '19 at 16:44

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