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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, …

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 …

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