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Is Animal Farm on-topic?

Is George Orwell's Animal Farm on topic here? It is clearly not Sci-Fi but could we consider it Fantasy? I'm going to add my own for and against answers for voting, but of course that doesn't ...
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Are children's literature and cartoons for children on-topic?

Books and movies intended for children very often contain fantasy elements. They are typically not considered part of the fantasy genre, but rather part of the specific “for children” genre. Does this ...
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Are the Peanuts comics on-topic?

We've had two questions tagged Peanuts both with well received questions and answers: In Peanuts, do the human characters know what Snoopy's thinking? How does Snoopy stay balanced on top of his ...
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Are all questions about games on-topic as long as they contain some SciFi or Fantasy element?

This question asks for identification of a game containing fantasy elements (a knight fighting skeletons in a graveyard). It was closed as off-topic, then reopened since games in general aren't off-...
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Is Ducktales on topic?

Is the Disney TV and comic series Ducktales on topic? My question here was closed due to being about anthromorphic animals. However I strongly feel that Ducktales is far more than anthromorphic ...
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Are the Donald Duck comics on-topic?

We have already determined that Duck Tales is on topic. Is Donald Duck on topic? There was already 1 question on the Duck universe, How wealthy is Uncle Scrooge in the Don Rosa/Carl Barks universe?, ...
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Is "The Rats of NIMH" series on topic?

I'm aware anthromorphic animals are rarely on topic. But what about the rats of NIMH series? Over here Kevin answers Our final criterion, then, is this: If the animal's non-human nature has ...
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Is Zootopia on topic on SFF:SE?

We now have a couple of questions about the hit film Zootopia (AKA Zootropolis). In chat, there have been several references to this earlier question: Are anthropomorphic animals by themselves enough ...
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Answer deleted for providing a Norse mythology example

I provided an answer to this question citing an example from Norse mythology, and it was deleted for being considered offensive: It's not well-publicized, but we discourage citing religious texts ...
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Is Inside Out on-topic here?

There are at this time two questions about Inside Out (one directly about it, one relating it to Toy Story): Do Andy and Riley live in the same world? https://scifi.stackexchange.com/questions/93997/...
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Is Bugs Bunny (as a whole) on-topic?

Pretty much the same question than Are the Donald Duck comics on-topic?, although different characters, as so far, it doesn't seem we discussed either Bugs Bunny or the Looney Tunes on Meta. We have ...
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Does a meta question have to be 'accepted' to be considered as a community consensus?

Meta questions are the community's way of gathering consensus on issues and discussions. Often though, a meta question might have a highly up-voted answer, but no accepted ones. Obviously, accepting ...
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Is this question about The Great Mouse Detective on-topic?

I asked a question with the story-identification tag. The answer turned out to be that the movie I was thinking of was Disney's The Great Mouse Detective. For some reason, it became a popular network ...
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If a certain work is found to be off topic, are questions on Sci-Fi elements also off topic?

I would like for this question to be reopened: How does Snoopy stay balanced on top of his doghouse? Shouldn't he fall down? Although the meta seems to have concluded that Peanuts are off-topic (...
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Is Charlotte's Web on-topic?

I never really thought of Charlotte's Web by E.B. White as fantasy (and definitely not science fiction), but it's definitely not realistic; now that I am thinking about it, I realize that it has many ...

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