"—All You Zombies—" (the title includes the quotation marks) is a science fiction short story by Robert A. Heinlein that was first published in Fantasy and Science Fiction magazine in 1959. The story involves a number of paradoxes involving time travel. It can be considered an updated version of Heinlein's story " By His Bootstraps". ...more on Wikipedia about ""—All You Zombies—""
Avengers Forever was a twelve-issue comic book limited series (or "maxiseries") published by Marvel Comics starring the superhero team called the Avengers. The series was written by Kurt Busiek (with Roger Stern) and illustrated by Carlos Pacheco, and it was serialized from 1998 to 2000. The series revolved around the "Destiny War", a time travel-based conflict between Kang the Conqueror and his future self, Immortus, and, externally, served to allow Busiek to iron out many wrinkles in Avengers history, clarifying the history of Kang, and essentially undoing much of the poorly-recieved Crossing storyline of the early '90s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Avengers Forever"
"By His Bootstraps" is a science fiction short story by Robert A. Heinlein that plays with some of the inherent paradoxes that would be caused by time travel. ...more on Wikipedia about "By His Bootstraps"
In science fiction, the term chrononaut refers to an individual who travels through time, either into the past or the future. For example, the main character in the television series Seven Days, Frank Parker ( Jonathan LaPaglia), is considered the Earth's first chrononaut. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chrononaut"
Chrononauts is a card game played with a specially designed set of 136 cards. There are 32 "Timeline" cards that form the game board, 24 cards ("IDs" and "Missions") describing goals for the players, and 70 cards ("Artifacts," "Actions," "Inverters," "Patches," and "Timewarps") that make up the deck from which players draw. The game simulates popular fictional ideas about how time travellers might alter history, drawing on sources like Back to the Future and the short stories collection Travels Through Time. The game was designed by Andrew Looney in 2000 and is published by Looney Labs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chrononauts"
Chronoshift is a term given to a time travel technique where a subject is shifted to a different point in time by way of a triggering event, but not otherwise adversely affected. This technique was postulated in the Red Alert game series. The opening video in Command & Conquer: Red Alert shows Albert Einstein traveling back in time to greet a young Adolf Hitler. Upon Einstein shaking Hitler's hand, they are both chronoshifted -- Einstein back to his origination time and Hitler to an unknown time resulting in unexpected disasterous consequences for subsequent world events. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chronoshift"
C°ntinuum: roleplaying in The Yet is a science fiction role-playing game about time travel created by Chris Adams, Dave Fooden and Barbara Manui and published by Aetherco/Dreamcatcher. The C°ntinuum also refers to a collective group of time travelers as a whole and the society they inhabit in the game. ...more on Wikipedia about "C°ntinuum" shortopedia , this is it!
Etheria is a telefantasya series shown by GMA Network in the Philippines. The pilot episode was shown on December 12, 2005. The official title of the series is Etheria: Ang Ikalimang Kaharian ng Encantadia (Etheria: The Fifth Kingdom of Encantadia) ...more on Wikipedia about "Etheria"
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is the third book in the Harry Potter series of children's books by J. K. Rowling. The book was published on July 8, 1999. A film based on the book was released on May 31st, 2004, in the United Kingdom (released early due to popular demand) and June 4th in the United States and many other countries. ...more on Wikipedia about "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban"
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) is the third in the Harry Potter film series and was directed by Alfonso Cuarón. It stars the actors from the preceding films in the series, except for the role of Albus Dumbledore, which saw Michael Gambon taking over from the late Richard Harris. Much of the original crew also returned, including screenwriter Steve Kloves. ...more on Wikipedia about "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (film)"
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is a computer and video game that was released in 2004, concurrently with the release of the Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban movie, the third in the Harry Potter series. Both the game and the movie were based on J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, the third novel in the Harry Potter series. Note that this article applies to the PC game, though some parts of it apply to other video game consoles and handhelds. ...more on Wikipedia about "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (video game)"
Jaydium ( 1993) is a novel by Deborah Wheeler writing as Deborah J. Ross. It is a science-fiction novel of two miners from a remote planet who are accidentally shot back in time to an earlier culture on their world. It is her first novel. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jaydium"
JumpStart Adventures 3rd Grade: Mystery Mountain is a game in Knowledge Adventure's JumpStart Series. The game is set inside Mystery Mountain, a fictional mountain where an inventor, Professor Spark, has built a laboratory and home inside filled with Jetson-like inventions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jumpstart 3rd Grade"
* Back to the Future trilogy ...more on Wikipedia about "List of films containing a predestination-grandfather paradox"
This is a partial list of television series that include time travel. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of television series that include time travel"
Mr. Peabody is a fictional dog who appeared in the late 1950s and early 1960s television animated series Rocky and His Friends and The Bullwinkle Show (collectively referred to as Rocky and Bullwinkle). Peabody appeared in the segments entitled Peabody's Improbable History created by Ted Key. All were Jay Ward productions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mr. Peabody"
My Science Project is a 1985 comedy/ adventure/ science fiction film, starring John Stockwell, Danielle von Zerneck, Dennis Hopper, Richard Masur, and Barry Corbin. The film is directed by Jonathan R. Betuel. ...more on Wikipedia about "My Science Project"
A newspaper from the future is a plot device encountered in various science fiction/ fantasy stories. An early example of this device can be found in the H.G. Wells 1918 short story, "The Queer Story of Brownlow's Newspaper," which tells the tale of a man who receives such a paper from 40 years in the future. More recently, the television series Early Edition revolved around a character who daily received the next day's newspaper, and sought to change some event therein forecast to happen. The second Back to the Future movie used a similar device, having the antagonist prosper after receiving a booklet of sports trivia from the future based upon which he could place bets. ...more on Wikipedia about "Newspaper from the future"
Quantum Leap was a science fiction television program which ran from 1989 to 1993 on NBC. It followed the adventures of Dr. Sam Beckett (played by Scott Bakula), a brilliant theoretical scientist who finds himself abruptly and uncontrollably jumping through time, temporarily switching places with diverse people at various times within his own lifetime, the second half of the 20th century: "leaping from life to life, striving to put right what once went wrong, and hoping each time that his next leap... will be the leap home". ...more on Wikipedia about "Quantum Leap"
Seven Days was a science fiction television series produced by UPN based around the premise of time travel. ...more on Wikipedia about "Seven Days"
The Temporal Cold War is a fictional conflict waged throughout history, notably during the 22nd century CE in the Star Trek universe. First established in the pilot episode of Star Trek: Enterprise, and recurring until that series' third season finale, it is a struggle between those who would alter history to suit their own ends and those who would preserve the integrity of the original timeline. ...more on Wikipedia about "Temporal Cold War"
The Temporal Prime Directive is a principle in the Star Trek universe, similar to the standard Prime Directive. Its purpose is to prevent a time traveler from interfering in the natural development of a timeline. This can include altering events or informing those in the past prematurely to change an outcome. ...more on Wikipedia about "Temporal Prime Directive"
That Was Then was a 2002 ABC television drama program, starring James Bulliard, as Travis Glass, a 30-year-old who finds his life in a rut. Still living at home with his mother, played by Bess Armstrong, he works as a door-to-door salesman. The girl of his dreams, played by Kiele Sanchez, is married to his older brother, Gregg, played by Brad Raider. Able to trace his life's downward spiral to a single week in high school in 1988. ...more on Wikipedia about "That Was Then"
The Anubis Gates ( 1983) is a time travel fantasy novel by Tim Powers. It won the 1983 Philip K. Dick Memorial Award and is regarded as one of Powers's best works. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Anubis Gates"
The Big Time ( 1957) is a short science fiction novel (or, arguably, novellette) by Fritz Leiber. It won the Hugo Award in 1958. Although Fritz Leiber is better known for fantasy writing, he did write some very engaging SF. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Big Time"
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