ⓘ Punk. Cyberpunk derivatives, subgenres of speculative fiction with universes built on one particular technology that is extrapolated to a highly sophisticated l ..

                                     

ⓘ Punk

  • Cyberpunk derivatives, subgenres of speculative fiction with universes built on one particular technology that is extrapolated to a highly sophisticated level, a gritty transreal urban style, or a particular approach to social themes
  • Nanopunk
  • Postcyberpunk
  • Cyberpunk, a science fiction subgenre with a computers-focused setting
  • Biopunk
  • Dieselpunk
  • Clockpunk
  • Steampunk, a science fiction subgenre that incorporates technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery
  • Atompunk
  • Splatterpunk, a movement within horror fiction in the 1980s, distinguished by its graphic, often gory, depiction of violence
                                     

1. People

  • CM Punk born 1978, American retired professional wrestler and mixed martial artist
  • Punk video game player born 1999, professional Street Fighter V player
                                     

2. Arts, entertainment, and media

  • Punk Chai album, 2019
  • The Encyclopedia of Punk, a 2006 reference work by Brian Cogan
  • P.U.N.K.S., a 1999 movie about a group of bullied teens who find a suit created by a scientist
  • Punk TV series, an American documentary television series
  • Punk magazine, a 1970s United States punk music magazine
  • Punks film, a 2001 film centered on a group of LGBT African American friends
  • "Punk", a song from the 2001 Gorillaz self-titled debut album
  • Punk Young Thug album, 2020
  • "Punk", a song from the 2003 Ferry Corsten album Right of Way