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11th Sep '16 3:55:57 PM KBABZ
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* ''VideoGame/SunsetOverdrive'' is a more literal and saturated take on this trope, in particular the way the main character can wear anything they please no matter what it is or who it's intended for, most of it being punk clothing. The Scab faction is a more traditional approach on the trope with spikes and hoodies. It is however localized to Sunset City, [[spoiler: although the ending highly suggests that it spreads to the entire world]].
5th Sep '16 5:40:14 PM KGBtheRussianSpy
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' has one episode- "The Pizza" where this occurs.
27th Aug '16 6:18:15 AM emmerys
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27th Aug '16 6:17:44 AM emmerys
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MadMax is the TropeCodifier so expect a lot of works that employ the use of this trope to give it a shoutout.
30th Jul '16 4:52:23 PM nombretomado
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* Being designed as a crossover of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons, ''Literature/JohnCarterOfMars'', and ''Film/MadMax'', artwork for the people of DarkSun shows them in quite punky outfits.

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* Being designed as a crossover of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons, ''Literature/JohnCarterOfMars'', and ''Film/MadMax'', artwork for the people of DarkSun TabletopGame/DarkSun shows them in quite punky outfits.
27th Jul '16 5:39:17 AM KingLyger
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[[caption-width-right:350:Even AfterTheEnd, hairstylists still managed to make out like bandits.]]
20th Jun '16 11:25:29 PM TheMike
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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Lisa}} LISA]]'' is an interesting case: at some point in history, an event simply known as The Great White Flash occurred, and every woman in the world disappeared. With no women left, the remaining men pretty much brought the world to a state of apocalypse themselves after realizing the human race was doomed to extinction.
11th Jun '16 5:58:10 AM memememememe
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* The EuropeanDarkAges, at least according to Renaissance historians; in fact tropes commonly associated with punk culture, such as "Gothic" and "vandalism" were in fact derived from the names of the major Germanic barbarian tribes who sacked Rome after its collapse.

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* The EuropeanDarkAges, DarkAgeEurope, at least according to Renaissance historians; in fact tropes commonly associated with punk culture, such as "Gothic" and "vandalism" were in fact derived from the names of the major Germanic barbarian tribes who sacked Rome after its collapse.
11th Jun '16 5:57:00 AM memememememe
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* The EuropeanDarkAges, at least according to Renaissance historians; in fact tropes commonly associated with punk culture, such as "Gothic" and "vandalism" were in fact derived from the names of the major Germanic barbarian tribes who sacked Rome after its collapse.
20th May '16 1:35:30 AM LondonKdS
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* In the later-set portions of the ''ComicBook/{{Grendel}}'' series, much of the world becomes Apunkcalyptic after WorldWarIII and remains that way in later centuries. The "punk" level varies, but the Grendel gangs in #22 are entirely Apunkalyptic and Susan Veraghen's dress-sense is heavily punk-influenced.

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* In the later-set portions of the ''ComicBook/{{Grendel}}'' series, much of the world becomes Apunkcalyptic Apunkalyptic after WorldWarIII and remains that way in later centuries. The "punk" level varies, but the Grendel gangs in #22 are entirely Apunkalyptic and Susan Veraghen's dress-sense is heavily punk-influenced.
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