Earlier meanings of the term. The term “fan fiction” has been attested in print as early as 1939; in this earliest known citation, it is used in a disparaging way to refer to amateurish science fiction (as opposed to “pro fiction”).

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The Colonial Marines of Aliens greatly helped popularise the trope. This classic version of the Space Marine is quite conservative — for example, no Power Armour and generally conventional weapons.

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Out of the Silent Planet is a science fiction novel by the British author C. S. Lewis, published in 1938 by John Lane, The Bodley Head. Five years later it was published in the U.S. (MacMillan, 1943).