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24th Jul '17 4:10:13 PM Franco-America2018
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* ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', Enough is more of [[UrbanFantasy Urban Fantasy]] blends with [[CassetteFuturism Formicapunk]] put, however, it does contains (due to directly surreal) some elements from this punk itself, but only cases for Skips-centric or special episodes in show and there even few themes from {{CyberPunk}} in several episodes.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', Enough is more of [[UrbanFantasy Urban Fantasy]] blends with [[CassetteFuturism Formicapunk]] put, however, it does contains (due to directly surreal) some elements from this punk itself, but only cases for Skips-centric or special episodes in show and there even few themes from {{CyberPunk}} {{Cyberpunk}} in several episodes.
21st Jul '17 11:16:19 PM Franco-America2018
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* ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall'' is Cartoon Network's first miniseries with plot begin to Boys named Wirt and Greg get lost to seemly endless countryside that said set to [[UsefulNotes/AntebellumAmerica Antebellum America-like area]] named "The Unknown" and they want return home, The show has heavily Mythpunk overtones and most of all tropes throughout miniseries, And there some people theorized the show was semi-(post)modern retelling of ''[[Literature/TheDivineComedy Dante's Inferno]]'' with American (with some European) folklore into mix.

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* ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall'' is Cartoon Network's first miniseries with plot begin to Boys named Wirt and Greg get lost to seemly endless countryside that said set to [[UsefulNotes/AntebellumAmerica Antebellum America-like area]] named "The Unknown" and they want return home, The show has heavily Mythpunk overtones and most of all tropes throughout miniseries, And there some people theorized the show was semi-(post)modern retelling of ''[[Literature/TheDivineComedy Dante's Inferno]]'' with American (with and some European) European folklore into mix.
21st Jul '17 11:14:28 PM Franco-America2018
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* ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', Enough is more of [[UrbanFantasy Urban Fantasy]] blends with [[CassetteFuturism Formicapunk]] put, however, it does contains (due to directly surreal) some elements from this punk itself, but only cases for Skips-centric or special episodes in show and there even few themes from {{CyberPunk}} into mix.
* ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall'' is Cartoon Network's first miniseries with Plot begin to Boys named Wirt and Greg get lost to seemly endless countryside that said set to [[UsefulNotes/AntebellumAmerica Antebellum America-like area]] named "The Unknown", The show has heavily Mythpunk overtones and tropes throughout miniseries, And there some people theorized the show was semi-(post)modern retelling of ''[[Literature/TheDivineComedy Dante's Inferno]]''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', Enough is more of [[UrbanFantasy Urban Fantasy]] blends with [[CassetteFuturism Formicapunk]] put, however, it does contains (due to directly surreal) some elements from this punk itself, but only cases for Skips-centric or special episodes in show and there even few themes from {{CyberPunk}} into mix.
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* ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall'' is Cartoon Network's first miniseries with Plot plot begin to Boys named Wirt and Greg get lost to seemly endless countryside that said set to [[UsefulNotes/AntebellumAmerica Antebellum America-like area]] named "The Unknown", Unknown" and they want return home, The show has heavily Mythpunk overtones and most of all tropes throughout miniseries, And there some people theorized the show was semi-(post)modern retelling of ''[[Literature/TheDivineComedy Dante's Inferno]]''.Inferno]]'' with American (with some European) folklore into mix.
21st Jul '17 10:52:09 PM Franco-America2018
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While Cartoon Network is most of the time a [[LigtherAndSofter Lighter and Softer]]-theme channel for rest of history put sometimes they do have darker and grim cartoon shows to time and time again. Put only two know shows actually contain Mythpunk either under or over.

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While Cartoon Network is most of the time a [[LigtherAndSofter [[LighterAndSofter Lighter and Softer]]-theme channel for rest of history put sometimes they do have darker and grim cartoon shows to time and time again. Put only two know shows actually contain Mythpunk either under or over.



* ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall'' is Cartoon Network's first miniseries with Plot begin to Boys named Wirt and Greg get lost to seemly endless woods that said set to Antebellum America area named "The Unknown", The show has heavily Mythpunk overtones and tropes throughout miniseries that have it's dark side as big plot-driven major theme, And there some people theorized the show was semi-postmodern retelling of ''[[Literature/TheDivineComedy Dante's Inferno]]''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall'' is Cartoon Network's first miniseries with Plot begin to Boys named Wirt and Greg get lost to seemly endless woods countryside that said set to [[UsefulNotes/AntebellumAmerica Antebellum America area America-like area]] named "The Unknown", The show has heavily Mythpunk overtones and tropes throughout miniseries that have it's dark side as big plot-driven major theme, miniseries, And there some people theorized the show was semi-postmodern semi-(post)modern retelling of ''[[Literature/TheDivineComedy Dante's Inferno]]''.
21st Jul '17 10:46:56 PM Franco-America2018
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* Blog/{{Mythpunk}} is a blog featuring mythologized stories of historical characters along with dinosaurs, zombies, and the like.
* Literature/HitherbyDragons features mythpunk takes on Myth/GreekMythology, the Buddha's life story, and various 80s kids' cartoons, among other things.

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* Blog/{{Mythpunk}} ''Blog/{{Mythpunk}}'' is a blog featuring mythologized stories of historical characters along with dinosaurs, zombies, and the like.
* Literature/HitherbyDragons ''Literature/HitherbyDragons'' features mythpunk takes on Myth/GreekMythology, the Buddha's life story, and various 80s kids' cartoons, among other things.


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While Cartoon Network is most of the time a [[LigtherAndSofter Lighter and Softer]]-theme channel for rest of history put sometimes they do have darker and grim cartoon shows to time and time again. Put only two know shows actually contain Mythpunk either under or over.
* ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', Enough is more of [[UrbanFantasy Urban Fantasy]] blends with [[CassetteFuturism Formicapunk]] put, however, it does contains (due to directly surreal) some elements from this punk itself, but only cases for Skips-centric or special episodes in show and there even few themes from {{CyberPunk}} into mix.
*''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall'' is Cartoon Network's first miniseries with Plot begin to Boys named Wirt and Greg get lost to seemly endless woods that said set to Antebellum America area named "The Unknown", The show has heavily Mythpunk overtones and tropes throughout miniseries that have it's dark side as big plot-driven major theme, And there some people theorized the show was semi-postmodern retelling of ''[[Literature/TheDivineComedy Dante's Inferno]]''.
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18th May '17 7:47:25 AM matteste
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* ''LightNovel/DantalianNoShoka'' does it in-universe: storybooks have powers that can be drawn into RealLife, and it's the job of the main characters to stop such effects before they harm people. [[AntiHero Some of them]] are more willing to ShootTheDog than others.

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* ''LightNovel/DantalianNoShoka'' ''LightNovel/BibliothecaMysticaDeDantalian'' does it in-universe: storybooks have powers that can be drawn into RealLife, and it's the job of the main characters to stop such effects before they harm people. [[AntiHero Some of them]] are more willing to ShootTheDog than others.
30th Oct '16 11:33:48 AM Anddrix
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* Tim Burton's 2010 version of ''Film/AliceInWonderland'' treads this territory with gusto.

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* Tim Burton's 2010 version of ''Film/AliceInWonderland'' ''Film/AliceInWonderland2010'' treads this territory with gusto.
18th Sep '16 12:19:04 PM Willbyr
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12th Aug '16 5:18:14 AM Morgenthaler
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8th Jun '16 9:34:18 AM Knight20
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[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mythpunk#Other_proposed_derivatives Mythpunk]] refers to "a subgenre of mythic fiction" in which classical folklore and faerie tales get hyperpoetic postmodern makeovers. Coined by author Creator/CatherynneMValente, the term describes ''[[http://yuki-onna.livejournal.com/263738.html a brand of speculative fiction which starts in folklore and myth and adds elements of postmodern fantastic techniques: urban fantasy, confessional poetry, non-linear storytelling, linguistic calisthenics, worldbuilding, and academic fantasy.]]''

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[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mythpunk#Other_proposed_derivatives Mythpunk]] refers to "a subgenre of mythic fiction" in which classical folklore and faerie fairy tales get hyperpoetic postmodern makeovers. Coined by author Creator/CatherynneMValente, the term describes ''[[http://yuki-onna.livejournal.com/263738.html a brand of speculative fiction which starts in folklore and myth and adds elements of postmodern fantastic techniques: urban fantasy, confessional poetry, non-linear storytelling, linguistic calisthenics, worldbuilding, and academic fantasy.]]''
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