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Are anthropomorphic animals by themselves enough to deem a work fantasy?

The direct cause of my question is this: Why did Remy (the rat from Ratatouille) cook Ratatouille at the end of the movie? I can think of a number of works, from The Wind in the Willows to Flushed ...
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What are our boundaries?

A few weeks ago, I noticed the first questions that gave me pause, thinking, should we allow these? But they kind of fit, so I didn't do anything to get in its way. Could the Planeteers use their ...
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Are My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic questions welcome here?

So, as some of you have noticed, I've been asking a lot of questions about friendship-is-magic on the site lately. It's because I've been watching the show in a marathon session on my breaks, after ...
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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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Are Dr. Seuss's works on-topic?

Are all, if any, of Dr. Seuss's many books on topic? I'm aware that anthropomorphic animals are not on-topic, but the vast majority of his works include far more elements as well: Many of his books ...
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Specific question about what Children's Literature is on topic (Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs)

This question (and its related tag) is about Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs which Wikipedia classifies as a children's picture book (and a related movie). Some books and movies "intended for ...
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Why was Who Framed Roger Rabbit migrated?

I was wondering if we could find out why https://movies.stackexchange.com/questions/3324/who-framed-roger-rabbit was migrated? There's no comment indicating why it was migrated that I can see, ...
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Have we changed the rules on children's cartoons?

We once decided not to permit children's cartoons that were not specifically about Sci-Fi: Are children's literature and cartoons for children on-topic? In the last 24 hours a question on this topic ...
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What just happened to the Teletubbies questions?

I mean, I know my question was one of two that just got migrated but there was no explanation or suggestion, it just went. So I have two questions: Why was it migrated? What about all the other tv ...
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