Thomas Foster traces the transformation of cyberpunk from a literary movement into a multimedia cultural phenomenon. Beginning with William Gibson's paradigmatic text Neuromancer and continuing through the works of Maureen McHugh, Melissa Scott, Neal Stephenson, Greg Egan, and Ken MacLeod, Foster measures cyberpunk's reach into social and philosophical movements, commercial art, comic books, film, and music video.
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