It's visual style is raygun gothic. It's story is fairly standard classic scifi. It's design backdrop is retro-futuristic from the 1950s.
Thinking of it, it really doesn't incorporate the literary themes associated with any -punk genre.
The story says that the FDA would pay special towards those products marketed at children, which I would assume would include mint. Which is why I want to cry.
I like Camel Snus, which is the first step on the ladder of dipping tobacco and is essentially candy with nicotine added.
@Thrawn- steampunk doesn't need to be steam powered.
@insom- steampunk doesn't necessarily need to be Victorian.
[Edited by Dhampy, 6/22/2009 9:05:04 AM]