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If cognitive computing isn't a science fiction sub-genre, then what is it?
At the same time, I don't think it'll be right to call it a sub-genre of Hindustani classical music as it is itself huge.
Turnbull argues that the crime drama genre is diverse, combining several main sub-genres, which in essence explains its appeal to a wide audience.
Steampunk is a sub-genre of fiction that re-imagines what might have happened if technologies from the age of steam had developed further.
Now, several years too late, Marlon Wayans delivers a spoof on the sub-genre.
Out now THIS beautiful download-only game belongs to the "Metroidvania" sub-genre.
Mystic City is another example of the new sub-genre of dystopian romances that has sprung up recently.
Two of the papers deal with a fresh look at specific genres: "Love in the Time of Calvary" is Brian Walter's reading of crucifixion films from the unusual viewpoint of male-female relationships; Luis Garcia-Mainar investigates the Spy genre by separating out a sub-genre, the 'Realist' Spy film, which includes, along with the action, an emphasis on the impact of the professional spy's choice on their personal life.
In the 1980s glam metal, a sub-genre of heavy metal, became popular, while nu metal was developed in the late 1990s.
It's competently made and well acted, although this is one sub-genre that's fast reaching saturation point.
While the idea of voodoo zombies appeared in 1929 novel The Magic Island by William Seabook, the zombie sub-genre of horror fiction only really became big in the 1990s.
Anubhuti from Assam has been awarded the second place in the Literary sub-genre (age group 14-17) for her short story "A Holiday In Mars.
Director George A Romero of Night of the Living Dead, Day of the Dead and Dawn of the Dead fame is probably the most famous exponent of the zombie sub-genre, but his low-budget masterpieces may be forgotten once you've seen this new chiller based on a series of comic books by Robert Kirkman.
Gritty and action-packed, Shadow's Son is an effective fantasy adventure for older teenagers familiar with the genre, though its roots in that sub-genre of fantasy which randomly twists words to remind us that this is not our world may irritate some readers.
In the utopia sub-genre, such idyllic works about a peaceful and beautiful world without problems often contain an omniscient, didactic, or authoritative narrator, and suggest that these works are adult longings for the lost paradise of childhood.