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Atompunk (genre)

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Atompunk (genre)

Atompunk (sometimes called "atomicpunk" or Raygun Gothic) relates to the pre-digital short twentieth century, specifically the period of 1945–1965, including mid-century Modernism, the Atomic Age, Jet Age and Space Age, Communism and concern about it exaggerated as paranoia in the U.S. along with Neo-Soviet styling, underground cinema, Googie architecture, Sputnik and the Space Race, early Cold War espionage, superhero fiction and comic books, the rise of the US military/industrial powers and the fall-out of Chernobyl.[1][2] Its aesthetic tends toward Populuxe and Raygun Gothic, which describe a retro-futuristic vision of the world.[1] Notable examples of Atompunk in popular media include the Sean Connery-era of James Bond, television shows like The Avengers, Doctor Who, The Green Hornet and The Man from U.N.C.L.E., cartoons like Dexter's Laboratory and The Powerpuff Girls, Marvel comics like Fantastic Four, The Incredible Hulk, and Spider-Man, movies like The Incredibles and X-Men: First Class, and video games like the Fallout and S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series, both of which receiving widespread distribution and critical acclaim. (e)

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