Steampunk Von Singer!

August 8, 2012 at 12:55 am (Steampunk)

Click the pics to check out your favorite steampunk heroes (and villains) on hubpages!

More steam goodness to come soon!– – –

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The Five Fists of Science

July 23, 2008 at 5:01 pm (Steampunk)

The year is 1899, and the only thing standing between J.P. Morgan’s demonic hordes and their goal of world domination is the dynamic duo of scientist Nikolai Tesla and famous American novelist Mark Twain. Be there as Nikolai Tesla (AKA, the Master of Lightning, the Millionaire Playboy, etc.) battles ferocious beasts of light and energy with his towering “Tesla-Tronic Dynamo” and finally takes the fight to Morgan himself in a battle to prevent the end of the world itself! It’s a thrill ride of unique proportions and design that you won’t forget, and that will have you coming back for more again and again… Read More

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Scar Night

July 23, 2008 at 4:58 pm (Steampunk)

A truly vivid and well illustrated read, Alan Campbell’s Scar Night is full of gorgeous and competently fleshed-out imagery, making it the kind of visually staggering read that would lend itself well to film. Set in the city of Deepgate, a massive steampunk-esque metropolis suspended over an equally massive abyss by a network of gigantic chains, Scar Night is the tale of a young man named Dill who isn’t a man at all– he is the last of the angels who serve Ulcis, or so it is said… Read More

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Space 1889

July 23, 2008 at 4:33 pm (Steampunk)

Following the vien of the subgenre known in literary circles as Steampunk, Space 1889 takes the technology and ideas of the industrial revolution that much farther with solar-powered boilerships that plow through the heavens and send the people of an increasingly expansionist British Empire, their allies and their enemies into the untapped depths of the solar system… Read More

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