Cultural History of CyberPunk

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  • Metropolis released

    Metropolis released
    Metropolis is considered to now be one of the earliest examples of cyberpunk - despite it being created prior to the contemporary 'cyberpunk' definiton.
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  • Turing Test Introduced

    The Turing test is a often-explored concept in cyberpunk, as it aims to distinguish the difference between humanity and machinery
  • Term "Cyborg" introduced

  • "Necromancer" by William Gibson is published

    "Necromancer" by William Gibson is published
    Necromancer is considered a seminal work in the cyberpunk genre
  • "Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?" Published

    "Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?" Published
    "Do Andriods Dream Of Electric Sheep?" is a very popular classic cyberpunk novel which became the source behind "Blade Runner"
  • "Burning Chrome" by William Gibson published

    "Burning Chrome" by William Gibson published
    Burning Chrome is a short story by William Gibson of Necromancer fame which is quite a classic depiction of the cyberpunk genre
  • "Blade Runner" released

    "Blade Runner" released
    Blade Runner has become a cult classic and an pervasive influence on the cyberpunk asethetic
  • AKIRA released

    AKIRA released
    AKIRA is a japanese animated film that is considered one of the more modern classics of both science fiction and cyberpunk
  • "The Matrix" Released

    "The Matrix" Released
    A cult phenomenon, The Matrix is among the most influential science fiction and cyberpunk films to enter the twenty-first century