List of comic science fiction

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In the tall tales of Baron Munchausen, his adventures included visiting the Moon and travelling underwater

This is current list of comic science fiction, mixing soft science fiction or science fantasy with comedy.

List of comic science fiction[edit]

Multiple media[edit]

Literature[edit]

Films[edit]

Television[edit]

There are many animated Japanese series which use a scifi-comedy or scifi-fantasy-comedy setting. Urusei Yatsura, Dr. Slump, FLCL,Irresponsible Captain Tylor and Tenchi Muyo! are examples.

Video games[edit]

Machinima[edit]

Web television[edit]

Web comics[edit]

Radio[edit]

Audio[edit]

Theatre[edit]

  • Steve Jordan's play 'Dead Static' and its sequel 'Pilgrim Shadow'.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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