rickyjames writes, Quality science fiction has left its original pulp literary roots behind to become primarily a visual medium, according to Entertainment Weekly’s “New Classics: 1983-2008” lists. Roughly a half-dozen SF entries are found in both the TV and Movies lists, with The X-Files at 4th place and The Matrix at 12th. Neuromancer made the Books list, at 26th. I’m sorting this as “Ask the Bureau” because it spans so many categories, and because I’m going to ask people what they’d include or exclude from the lists if they made them.