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8th Feb '16 2:51:26 PM Shaorai217
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2nd Feb '16 3:21:56 AM Adept
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* ''{{Blame}}'', much like ''Film/TheMatrix'' description below, takes the Cyberpunk genre to its extreme limits and ironically becomes ''less'' like traditional Cyberpunk as a result.
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* ''{{Blame}}'', ''Manga/{{Blame}}'', much like ''Film/TheMatrix'' description below, takes the Cyberpunk genre to its extreme limits and ironically becomes ''less'' like traditional Cyberpunk as a result.
23rd Jan '16 10:32:00 AM HelloLamppost
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* Also in 1974, over at Marvel, Rich Buckler and Doug Moench were covering all the cyberpunk tropes that ''O.M.A.C.'' '''''missed''''' in ''[[{{ComicBook/Deathlok}} Deathlok The Demolisher]]': Including transhumanism and something akin to cyberspace.
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* Also in 1974, over at Marvel, Rich Buckler and Doug Moench were covering all the cyberpunk tropes that ''O.M.A.C.'' '''''missed''''' in ''[[{{ComicBook/Deathlok}} Deathlok The Demolisher]]': Demolisher]]'': Including transhumanism and something akin to cyberspace.
23rd Jan '16 10:31:15 AM HelloLamppost
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** Moench would revisit these topics ten years later at [[DCComics DC]] in ''ComicBook/ElectricWarrior.''
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** Moench would revisit these topics ten years later at [[DCComics DC]] in the brilliant but obscure comic ''ComicBook/ElectricWarrior.''
23rd Jan '16 10:30:39 AM HelloLamppost
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* Also in 1974, over at Marvel, Rich Buckler and Doug Moench were covering all the cyberpunk tropes that ''O.M.A.C.'' '''''missed''''' in ''DeathlokTheDemolisher': Including transhumanism and something akin to cyberspace.
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* Also in 1974, over at Marvel, Rich Buckler and Doug Moench were covering all the cyberpunk tropes that ''O.M.A.C.'' '''''missed''''' in ''DeathlokTheDemolisher': ''[[{{ComicBook/Deathlok}} Deathlok The Demolisher]]': Including transhumanism and something akin to cyberspace.cyberspace. ** Moench would revisit these topics ten years later at [[DCComics DC]] in ''ComicBook/ElectricWarrior.''
20th Jan '16 8:08:30 AM Willbyr
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* ''Manga/{{Gunnm}}'' or ''BattleAngelAlita'', with the distinction that it's set in a far off future in which Earth is barely recognizable.
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* ''Manga/{{Gunnm}}'' or ''BattleAngelAlita'', AKA ''Battle Angel Alita'', with the distinction that it's set in a far off future in which Earth is barely recognizable.
16th Jan '16 2:59:20 PM mitcher
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16th Jan '16 2:59:17 PM mitcher
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** Its successor ''SteinsGate'' delves even deeper into cyperpunk themes, though it may be considered more PostCyberPunk * ''VisualNovel/DramaticalMurder'' certainly have a basic cyberpunk set-up of poverty intersecting with neon-infused high-class artificial urbanite along with an active punk street life (and of course, the usage of [[CyberpunkIsTechno electronic music as BGM]]). Though, the usage of modern technology is mostly for the good, and by the time the good endings and ''re:connect'' came, it shifts into PostCyberPunk.
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** Its successor ''SteinsGate'' delves even deeper into cyperpunk cyberpunk themes, though it may be considered more PostCyberPunk * ''VisualNovel/DramaticalMurder'' certainly have a basic cyberpunk set-up of poverty intersecting with neon-infused high-class artificial urbanite that uses a lot of technology along with an active punk street life (and of course, the usage of [[CyberpunkIsTechno electronic music as BGM]]). BGM]]. Then there's [[VirtualReality Rhyme]] itself). Though, the usage of modern technology is mostly for the good, people (altough not exactly good), and by the time the good endings and ''re:connect'' came, it shifts into PostCyberPunk.
14th Jan '16 5:43:28 PM mitcher
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* ''VisualNovel/DramaticalMurder'' certainly have a basic cyberpunk set-up of slums intersecting with neon-infused urbanite along with a punk street life (and of course, the usage of [[CyberpunkIsTechno electronic music as BGM]]), the usage of modern technology is mostly for the good, and by the time the good endings and ''re:connect'' came, it shifts into PostCyberPunk.
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* ''VisualNovel/DramaticalMurder'' certainly have a basic cyberpunk set-up of slums poverty intersecting with neon-infused high-class artificial urbanite along with a an active punk street life (and of course, the usage of [[CyberpunkIsTechno electronic music as BGM]]), BGM]]). Though, the usage of modern technology is mostly for the good, and by the time the good endings and ''re:connect'' came, it shifts into PostCyberPunk.
14th Jan '16 5:41:18 PM mitcher
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* ''ChaosHead''. Surprisingly, being set in present day, its tone is probably more modern than numerous other futuristic fictions. ** Its successor ''SteinsGate'' delves even deeper into cyperpunk themes, though it may be considered more PostCyberPunk.

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[[folder:Visual Novels]] * ''ChaosHead''. Surprisingly, being set in present day, its tone is probably more modern than numerous other futuristic fictions. ** Its successor ''SteinsGate'' delves even deeper into cyperpunk themes, though it may be considered more PostCyberPunk.PostCyberPunk * ''VisualNovel/DramaticalMurder'' certainly have a basic cyberpunk set-up of slums intersecting with neon-infused urbanite along with a punk street life (and of course, the usage of [[CyberpunkIsTechno electronic music as BGM]]), the usage of modern technology is mostly for the good, and by the time the good endings and ''re:connect'' came, it shifts into PostCyberPunk. [[/folder]]
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