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Steampunk is a subgenre of fantasy and speculative fiction that came into prominence in the 1980s and early 1990s. The term denotes works set in an era or world wherein steam power is still widely used—usually the 19th century, and often set in Victorian era England—but with prominent elements of either science fiction or fantasy, such as fictional technological inventions like those found in the works of H. G. Wells and Jules Verne, or real technological developments like the computer occurring at an earlier date. Other examples of steampunk contain alternate history-style presentations of "the path not taken" of such technology as dirigibles or analog computers; these frequently are presented in an idealized light, or with a presumption of functionality.

Although many works now considered seminal to the genre were published in the 1960s and 1970s, the term "steampunk" originated in the late 1980s[1] as a tongue-in-cheek variant of cyberpunk.[2]

This article is a list of works in the science fiction and fantasy genres considered by commentators[who?] to be steampunk.

Precursors[edit]

Although the term "steampunk" was not coined until 1987,[1] several works of fiction significant to the development of the genre were produced before that. For example, Mervyn Peake's novel Titus Alone (1959) anticipated many of the tropes of steampunk.[3]

Steampunk was particularly influenced by, and often adopts the style of the scientific romances and fantasies of the 19th century. Notably influential authors are:

Early adaptations of this scientific romance literature genre to film, particularly those from the 1950s and 1960s, are notable precursors of steampunk cinema:[8]

In comics/graphic novels[edit]

Year Creator(s) Title Publisher Note Ref.
1984
Pat Mills, Kevin O'Neill & Bryan Talbot Nemesis the Warlock Book IV: The Gothic Empire IPC Magazines Ltd
2009
Bryan Talbot Grandville Jonathan Cape [9][10][11]
2006
Doug TenNapel Iron West Image [12]
2001
Phil Foglio & Kaja Foglio Girl Genius Studio Foglio LLC [6]
2001
Hiromu Arakawa Fullmetal Alchemist Square Enix Manga and Anime [6]
1993
Grant Morrison & Steve Yeowell Sebastian O Vertigo
1999
Alan Moore & Kevin O'Neill The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen America's Best [13]
1998
Kia Asamiya Steam Detectives Shueisha Manga and Anime [14]
2000
Joe Kelly & Chris Bachalo Steampunk Cliffhanger Cancelled after 12 issues
1998
Lea Hernandez Cathedral Child Cyberosia Part of the Texas Steampunk series [15]
1990
Bryan Talbot The Adventures of Luther Arkwright Valkyrie Press (1989), Dark Horse Comics (1990) Nine part series [9][10]
2010
Joe Benitez Lady Mechanika Aspen MLT [16]
1989
Brian Augustyn, Mike Mignola &
P. Craig Russell
Gotham by Gaslight DC Comics Part of the Elswords

In film[edit]

Year Creator(s) Title Studio Note Ref.
1958
Karel Zeman The Fabulous World of Jules Verne [17]
1961
William Witney Master of the World
1964
Nathan Juran First Men in the Moon
1979
Nicholas Meyer Time After Time [8]
1981 Oldřich Lipský The Mysterious Castle in the Carpathians
1981 Terry Gilliam Time Bandits [18]
1985 Will Vinton The Adventures of Mark Twain feature film [19][20]
1986
The Great Mouse Detective Disney
1986
Hayao Miyazaki Laputa: Castle in the Sky Studio Ghibli Anime [8][21]
1988
Yahoo Serious Young Einstein Comedy [22]
1994
Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Marc Caro The City of Lost Children
1994
Dennis Sisterson Steam Trek: The Moving Picture Ad Hoc Film Society Star Trek fan film [23][24][25]
1995
Cannon Fodder [8]
1999
Wild Wild West [6][8]
2001
Atlantis: The Lost Empire [6][8]
2001
Vidocq [8]
2002
Treasure Planet Walt Disney Pictures
2002
Yoshiyuki Tomino Turn A Gundam Sunrise Anime [26]
2003
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen 20th Century Fox [8]
2004
Hayao Miyazaki Howl's Moving Castle Studio Ghibli Anime [8]
2004
Katsuhiro Otomo Steamboy Anime [8][27]
2004
Van Helsing Universal Pictures [8]
2005
The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello short film [28]
2006
The Prestige Touchstone Pictures [29][30][31][32]
2007
The Golden Compass New Line Cinema [33]
2008/2009
Philip Eisner Mutant Chronicles Isle of Man Film, Grosvenor Park [34]
2009
Shane Acker 9 Focus Features [35]
2009
Sherlock Holmes Silver Pictures, Village Roadshow Pictures [36]
2010 Rob Letterman Gulliver's Travels Dune Entertainment, Davis Entertainment Company
2011
Paul W. S. Anderson Three Musketeers (2011) Impact Pictures, Constantin Film, NEF Productions, New Legacy Film [37]
2014 Bong Joon-ho Snowpiercer Moho Film, Opus Pictures, Stillking Films feature film [38]
2015
Balázs Hatvani Thelomeris [39][40]

In literature[edit]

Year Author(s) Title First Publisher Note Ref.
1967
Ronald W. Clark Queen Victoria's Bomb Jonathan Cape [41]
1971
Michael Moorcock Warlord of the Air A Nomad of the Time Streams book 1 [4]
1974
Michael Moorcock The Land Leviathan A Nomad of the Time Streams book 2 [4]
1979
K. W. Jeter Morlock Night [15]
1981
Michael Moorcock The Steel Tsar Granada A Nomad of the Time Streams book 3 [4]
1983
Tim Powers The Anubis Gates Ace Books [42]
1983
Bertram Chandler Kelly Country Penguin Books
1987
K. W. Jeter Infernal Devices St. Martin's Press [4]
1990
William Gibson & Bruce Sterling The Difference Engine Gollancz [13][15]
1992
Kim Newman Anno Dracula Simon & Schuster Anno Dracula series book 1. World Fantasy Award nominee[43] [15]
1992
James Blaylock Lord Kelvin's Machine Arkham House
1993
Stephen Baxter Anti-Ice Ace Books
1994
Stephen Hunt For the Crown and the Dragon Green Nebula
1994
Paul J. McAuley Pasquale's Angel [44]
1995
Philip Pullman Northern Lights (The Golden Compass) His Dark Materials book 1 [45]
1995
Paul Di Filippo The Steampunk Trilogy Collection of 3 stories [15]
2000
China Miéville Perdido Street Station Macmillan A Bas-Lag novel [46][47]
2001
Philip Reeve Mortal Engines Quartet Scholastic [15]
2001
S.M. Stirling The Peshawar Lancers Tor [48]
2001
Joe R. Lansdale Zeppelins West "Ned the Seal" trilogy book 1 [49]
2003
Ian R. MacLeod The Light Ages Ace Books "The Light Years" book 1 [50]
2004
Theodore Judson Fitzpatrick's War DAW Books
2004
Kenneth Oppel Airborn HarperCollins First in series
2006
Joe R. Lansdale Flaming London "Ned the Seal" trilogy book 2 [51]
2007
Jay Lake Mainspring Tor Books [52]
2006
Gordon Dahlquist The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters Bantam Press
2007
Stephen Hunt The Court of the Air HarperCollins Jackelian series book 1
2007
Jonathan Green Pax Britannia Abaddon Books [53]
2007
Ginn Hale Wicked Gentlemen Blind Eye Books Gaylactic Spectrum Award winner.[54] [55]
2008
George Mann The Affinity Bridge Snowbooks[56] [57]
2008
Ann VanderMeer & Jeff VanderMeer Steampunk Tachyon Publications Anthology
2008
Dru Pagliassotti Clockwork Heart Juno Books RT Book Reviewers' Choice Award 2008: Best Small Press Contemporary Paranormal / Futuristic Novel [58]
2008
Stephen Hunt The Kingdom Beyond the Waves HarperCollins Jackelian series book 2
2008
Nick Gevers Extraordinary Engines Solaris Anthology [15][59]
2009
Chris Wooding The Black Lung Captain Spectra Tales of the Ketty Jay 2
2009
Chris Wooding The Iron Jackal Gollancz Tales of the Ketty Jay 3
2009
Gail Carriger Soulless Orbit Books first novel of the Parasol Protectorate series
2009
Richard Harland Worldshaker Allen and Unwin (Aus) Simon & Schuster (US) First in series, Tam-Tam Je Bouquine Award 2011
Inky Award 2009
2009
Scott Westerfeld Leviathan Simon Pulse First in a New Series [15][60]
2009
Cherie Priest Boneshaker Tor First installment in the Clockwork Century Series
2009
Stephen Hunt The Rise of the Iron Moon HarperCollins Jackelian series book 3
2010
Meljean Brook The Iron Duke Berkley Trade The first in the Iron Seas series [61]
2010
Scott Westerfeld Behemoth Simon Pulse 2nd book in the Leviathan series
2010
Cherie Priest Dreadnought Tor Second installment in the Clockwork Century Series
2010
Dexter Palmer The Dream of Perpetual Motion Picador [62]
2010
Cassandra Clare The Infernal Devices (series) Walker Books [63]
2010
Ann VanderMeer & Jeff VanderMeer Steampunk II: Steampunk Reloaded Tachyon Publications Anthology
2010
Lavie Tidhar The Bookman Angry Robot The Bookman Histories series book 1
2010
Stephen Hunt Secrets of the Fire Sea HarperCollins Jackelian series book 4
2010
Jean-Christophe Valtat Aurorarama Melville House Publishing The Mysteries of New-Venice, I
2011
Philippa Ballantine & Tee Morris Phoenix Rising: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel HarperCollins Publishers The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences book 1 [64]
2011
Chris Wooding Retribution Falls Gollancz Tales of the Ketty Jay 1
2011
Jedediah Berry The Manual of Detection Heinemann [65]
2011
Lavie Tidhar Camera Obscura Angry Robot The Bookman Histories series book 2
2011
Stephen Hunt Jack Cloudie HarperCollins Jackelian series book 5
2011
Wayne Reinagel Modern Marvels - Viktoriana Knightraven Studios First book of the Modern Marvels Trilogy [66]
2011
Richard Harland Liberator Allen and Unwin (Aus) Second in series [67]
2011
Ged Maybury Across the Stonewind Sky Jaffa Books Into the Storm's Domain book 1 [68]
2011
Robert Brown The Wrath of Fate Three Ravens Book One of the Airship Pirate Chronicles
2012
Stephen Hunt From the Deep of the Dark HarperCollins Jackelian series book 6
2012
Philippa Ballantine & Tee Morris The Janus Affair: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel HarperCollins Publishers The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences book 2
2012
Lavie Tidhar The Great Game Angry Robot The Bookman Histories series book 3
2012
Ann VanderMeer Steampunk III: Steampunk Revolution Tachyon Publications Anthology
2012
Sean Wallace The Mammoth Book of Steampunk Constable & Robinson / Running Press Anthology
2012
Scott Harrison Resurrection Engines: 15 Extraordinary Tales of Scientific Romance Snowbooks Anthology
2012
Paul Marlowe Ether Frolics Sybertooth Short story collection. [69]
2013
James Blaylock The Aylesford Skull Titan A Langdon St. Ives novel.
2013
Andrius Tapinas Hour of the Wolf Andrius Tapinas Steam and Stone Saga Book 1 [70]
2013
Jean-Christophe Valtat Luminous Chaos Melville House Publishing The Mysteries of New-Venice, II
2014
Jacopo della Quercia The Great Abraham Lincoln Pocket Watch Conspiracy St. Martin's Griffin Steampunk / Historical Fiction [71]
2015
Jim Butcher The Aeronaut's Windlass Penguin Group Steampunk, Magic, Fantasy [72]

In music[edit]

Steampunk musicians[edit]

The following is a list of musicians and bands that have either adopted a steampunk aesthetic in their appearance, or have a decidedly steampunk approach to their music.

Other bands that have produced steampunk-themed works[edit]

While not strictly steampunk in their general appearance or approach to music, several musicians and bands have produced music, music videos or concept albums that directly appeal to the steampunk aesthetic. Included in these are:

In performance art[edit]

  • Airship Isabella[102][103]
  • League of S.T.E.A.M. (Supernatural and Troublesome Ectoplasmic Apparition Management), a.k.a. the "Steampunk Ghostbusters", a performance art troupe from Southern California popular in the steampunk community and specializing in live interactive themed entertainment
  • Penny Dreadful Productions[104][105]
  • The Cirque du Soleil touring show Kurios

In role-playing games[edit]

In television[edit]

Year Creator(s) Title Studio Note Ref.
1965
Michael Garrison The Wild Wild West CBS series [6]
1982
John Hawkesworth Q.E.D. CBS series
1982
James D. Parriott Voyagers! James D. Parriott Productions NBC series [111]
1990
Hideaki Anno Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water Gainax NHK series [112]
1993
Jeffrey Boam and Carlton Cuse The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. Boam/Cuse Productions Fox Broadcasting Company series [113]
1995
Michael Piller and Bill Dial Legend (TV series) Gekko Film Corp / Bill & Mike Productions Paramount Television series
1999
Yoshiyuki Tomino Turn A Gundam Sunrise Fuji Television series [26]
2000
Gavin Scott The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne Filmline International Sci Fi series [114]
2003
Koichi Chigira Last Exile Gonzo TV Tokyo series
2006
Katsura Hoshino D. Gray Man TMS Entertainment TV Tokyo series [115]
2006
Chris Prynoski, Bryan Fuller, Mike Mignola The Amazing Screw-On Head Syfy Digital Syfy pilot (1 episode), animated [116][117][118]
2008
Maureen Jennings, Cal Coons, Alexandra Zarowny Murdoch Mysteries Shaftesbury Films Citytv; 2011- CBC [119]
2008
Damian Kindler Sanctuary Syfy Digital Syfy web series
2009
Ryan Copple, Kaleena Kiff Riese Syfy Digital Syfy web series [120]
2011
Jack Kenny
David Simkins
Warehouse 13 Syfy Syfy series [121]
2012
Michael Dante DiMartino
Bryan Konietzko
The Legend of Korra Nickelodeon Nickelodeon series [122]
2012
Ernie Altbacker
Rick Morales
Green Lantern: The Animated Series Season 1 episode 16, "Steam Lantern" Cartoon Network Cartoon Network series [123]

In video games[edit]

In web series[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

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