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Camren Bicondova Wears Steampunk Goggles as Catwoman in Gotham

Gotham, the new Fox Network TV series scheduled to air this fall, is a crime drama based on the DC Comics “Batman” franchise. The series opens just after Bruce Wayne’s parents are murdered and centers on young detective James Gordon, played by The O.C.’s Ben McKenzie. Why are we so interested? Because the Gotham crew came […]

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A New Steampunk Movie from Artist John Garrett

[youtube][/youtube] Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a…what is that thing? Well, whatever it is it’s carrying some familiar faces for those who have been following along on this site. The work of artist John Garrett comes to life in a new Steampunk movie based on original characters created for […]

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The Disney Princesses sporting a steampunk look.

Steampunk-ed Princesses

We are all familiar with the classic Disney princesses: Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Merida, Mulan, Pocahontas, Rapunzel, Snow White, and Tiana. They each have their own unique story, adventure, and prince to make their movie interesting. Perhaps the thing that makes these characters so memorable and loveable is that they have strong personalities, distinctive […]

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The Creativity Of Steampunk

Steampunk is fast becoming part of contemporary vernacular. This is due mainly to the fact that movies, probably one of the most popular forms of entertainment today, are incorporating steampunk costumes and styles. Some of these movies include A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004), Around the World in 80 Days (2004), The Brothers Grimm (2005), […]

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Morgan Freeman sports steampunk goggles in his latest movie, Oblivion.

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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