It is probably inevitable that a popular genre like cyberpunk, with so much intensity, style and attitude, and a cool compound name would attract legitimate spin-offs and others that stretch all association and continuity to the breaking point. This video by John Bradford describes 14 micro-genres of sci-fi that have at least a tenuous connection to their cyberpunk parent genre.
The video covers sub-sub-genres you are likely familiar with (Dieselpunk, Atompunk, Biopunk) and ones I’d never even heard of (MythPunk, Elfpunk). What, no Solarpunk or Cocopunk?
And, people seem to have completely forgotten Splatterpunk which was a fairly popular cyberpunk spin-off genre in the late 80s and 90s. It, like Steampunk, also distinguished itself from other sub-subs in that it included genu-ine authors of the cyberpunk genre (most notably, John Shirley).
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