Reviews / Monday, Dec 28 2015 10:18AM

A Review of Philip Reeve’s Mortal Engines

One of the things I like best about streampunk is its versatility. The low-tech setting and Victorian ethos are suitable for everything from historical novels to alternate history, far-future sci-fi to the superhero supervillain pastiche.

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Steampunk Fashion / Thursday, Apr 16 2015 11:41PM

Kylie Jenner in Steampunk Goggles, Teen Vogue Cover Photo

We were both honored and excited when Teen Vogue called us back in January to provide them with steampunk goggles for their May 2015 cover story on Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner). Of the 15-ish goggles and sunglasses we sent over, several pairs were highlighted on the desert set. We wanted to shout from the rooftops, but kept […]

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Pop Culture / Monday, Aug 19 2013 1:26AM

A Steampunk RPG Review

One Role Playing Game (RPG) that presents both a stimulating intellectual challenge and a gripping storyline is called Über RPG: Steampunk. Operating under the catchphrase: “Welcome to a world of mad, inspirational wonders and wild scientific theory, wrapped in fog, run by gears, and lit by gaslight,”

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Reviews / Monday, Apr 22 2013 5:54PM

Steampunk Costumes In Movies

Today we look at films which have successfully incorporated a little bit of steampunk flavor within them. The Prestige The Prestige was an extremely successful film that was based on the novel by Christopher Priest. It is a superbly atmospheric tale of resentment and jealousy set against the gaslit theatres of Victorian London and the […]

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