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November 2010

I want THAT job

Remember my article about suitable jobs for Steampunks and Dieselpunks? Seems I missed one or two. Antiques Dealer is also a good choice… But now imagine that: You get to travel all around the country, digging through other people’s barns, attics and other assorted places of storage and discover all …

Cowboys and Aliens

This definitely comes under the heading of Weird West, which in itself is very Steampunk. But take a look yourselves: Cowboys and Aliens – Cinematic Trailer And Harrison Ford rides again! Even better: The movie is based on a comic… That lets my collector’s heart beat faster! Let’s see if …

Cover of How The Dead Live by Jordan Reyne

Featured Artist: Jordan Reyne

A few days back I found an æthermail in my inbox, inquiering if I would be willing to review and feature Jordan Reyne on this blog. My first thought was: Who? But I cannot know every single steampunk-related artist out of the top of my head, can I? And by …

Neil Gaiman – A Living Legend

Neil Gaiman, a living legend, has graced this planet with his presence for half a century now. On this day in 1960 he delivered his first scream in Portchester, Hampshire, England. Happy Birthday, Mr. Gaiman! Neil Gaiman has since enriched popular culture with such game-changig works as Sandman, American Gods …

Gatehouse Gazette Issue 15

A little late this time, the November issue of the esteemed Gatehouse Gazette: Rather fittingly, this November issue is all about spooky subjects, after all, it is the season of the witch… Most interresting, though, I find the essay about feminism in Steampunk. The first example of gender sudies related …