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Distopia Argentina – A Latin American Steampunk Web Series! Please support!

Another message from the Ætherweb which filled me with delight. Every time I see something Steampunk-related going on outside the beaten paths of Western Europe and the anglophone world, it makes me happy and this message made me especially happy, since it came from an aerea of the world where …

The Adventures of Felix Blithedale

Another of those excellent things that came in through the ætherbox: The adventures of Felix Blithedale, a brand-new steampunkish and highly entertaining webseries. Hopeful inventor, Felix Blithedale records his misadventures from his basement lab in San Francisco Circa 1903 Felix Blithedale is the inventor of the Mata-phono-cine-gramma-graph. and other… things… …

Steampunk Alchemist – An Italian Webseries

The Steampunk webserieses in Europe are blooming at the moment. After Aether Affairs (see below) here comes another one: Steampunk Alchemist from Italy. The webseries has been around for some time already and features several short episodes (somewhere between ten and two minutes each). Interestingly, it is done in a …

Progress – A Gothic Steampunk Webseries

May I point your esteemed attention to this brand-new Steampunk/Gothic webseries: Progress Progress is a ten episode webseries, set in an alternative Victorian England, which has a steam-powered Internet and Jack the Ripper is posting his crimes on the same. It’s a Holmes-esque cyber-thriller and a game of riddles to …

Doctor Who and Firefly in a Steampunk Webseries?

That at least is one of the features of a planned Steampunk webseries by the name of TINKERS. The press release for TINKERS sounds intriguing and has quite a list of names attached to it: Prepare for a high-flying steampunk adventure in this all-new sci-fi/fantasy series about a pair of …

The Crypto-Historians: A new Steampunk web series

This just came in through the ætherbox A NEW “STEAMPUNK” (TV/WEB) SERIES “THE CRYPTO-HISTORIANS” -Our future is in their hands!- Science fiction writer and war veteran Jimmy Diggs has written more episodes of “Star Trek” than any other freelance writer in the history of the franchise and has been called, …

Dirigible Days – Episode One just out on the Ætherweb

Here it is the long awaited first episode of Dirigible Days, and it has a Cthulhu Cultist villain in it! Excitement! And the captain has a Gatling gun for an arm, how epic is that! So without further ado, please enjoy:

Dirigible Days – Steampunk Webseries with Cthulhu Cultists

Look what devious, unnamable thing was delivered into my ætherbox:     Now is this one epic piece of a teaser-video or what? Not only is it Steampunk, no, there is a Cthulhu Cultist on board! Let us hope and pray to the Great Old Ones  Dirigible Days takes off. …

The Mercury Men

My good friend Timo just brought this little ætherweb gem to my attention: The Mercury Men   Good job I mentioned Atompunk just two days ago, this fits the bill, somewhat. The Mercury Men is quite a cool mix and new take on several genres. Jack Yaeger looks and acts …