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January 2011

Slightly odd pulp movie covers

Creature from the Black Lagoon, Plan 9 from Outer Space, Night of the Living Dead, all those cult classics we love and which have ntertained us during long, lonely Saturday nights. But what would it be like if the roles were reveresed? What if humans were the monsters and villains …

Even more Games Steampunks can enjoy

Steampunk really has taken hold in the gaming-scene. I have already talked about, showcased and reviewed a number of games (and a second take of Iron Grip: Marauders is in the pipe) and there are always some more. The more I look around, the more seem to pop up. Here …

Steampunk is Sexy

I guess I am telling you nothing new when I state: Steampunk is Sexy Apart from all the sharp-dressed people, the bodices, uniforms, high boots and other elements you can also get in other contexts, Steampunk has its very own and unique appeal. And then there are occasions when I …

And yet more Steampunk Art

Apologies to the people I promised to feature their art way eralier than I am doing now. Alas, live is a bit hectic at the moment and I hardly have the time to update the blog as often as I want to. This entry is brought to you courtesy of …

H.G. Wells Time Machine: The Steampunk Project

In 1960, the first time machine movie was released, I love that movie, always have. To this day, it remains my favourite adaption of H.G. Wells’ classic tale. Then in 2002 another adaption hit the silver screen. Looking back now, I was fortunate enough not to spend money on seeing …

Epic Win Dieselpunk Lego

Lego is such an awesome toyline. You may remember my previous happy ramblings about the inherent steampunkness of Lego. Well, there are also some rather epic Dieselpunk constructions out there. During one of my excursions into the realm of conspiracies, I happened upon an image which instantly filled my heart …

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