Steampunk Surgical Spirit


I visited the Leeds Christmas Steampunk Market on the 7th December. It was located in the Thackray Medical Museum. A much more interesting place than the location it was held last year.
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Cirque du Soleil take on steampunk

cirque_de_soleil_kuriosA few photographs have been posted of the new Cirque du SoleilKurios” act which is laden with steampunk reference including a man as a steam train and a gargantuan brass hand. Continue reading

New Assassin’s Creed: Victory game to be set in Victorian London

Assassin's Creed: Victory game still via kotaku.comWe’ve come a long way from the first Assassin’s Creed which was a fight against the evil Templars. I quite like the Templars, so I was a little bemused by this plot point. However, it was a game I enjoyed thoroughly. I continued to play the subsequent versions, but stopped just before Black Flag. Continue reading

Steam Powered Giraffe provide soundtrack for new video game

Steam Powered Giraffe will appear in Steam World HeistMechanical and musical geniuses Steam Powered Giraffe have confirmed that they are providing the soundtrack for a new computer game by game developers Image & Form.
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Avenging Angel futuristic steampunk game looks for funding

Avenging Angel hopes to achieve funding for releaseThe following press release is promoting a new kickstarter campaign for a steampunk video game that’s actually set 10,000 years in the future! There’s little about the actual plot in the release, but it focuses on how the 21st century is not only history, but has become myth. It certainly sounds like an interesting concept and I’ll be curious to see if anyone reading Steampunk Journal has any thoughts on the game if or when you try it. Continue reading

Episode 4 of League of S.T.E.A.M.

League of S.T.E.A.M episode 4 Here Comes the BrideThe Adventures of the League of S.T.E.A.M. web series continues with “Here Comes the Bride” – in this fun short, a duo of eccentric inventors decide to construct the perfect woman for their lovelorn colleague… but of course, hilarity quickly ensues!

The series is known for its enthusiastic references to pop-culture classics – look for nods to Weird Science, Star Trek, Bride of Frankenstein, and many more.  Milynn Sarley from Team Unicorn joins the cast with an elegant Steampunk-inspired take on the classic Bride character, brought to life in an over-the-top mad science sequence set to a Dubstep track by Johnny Atar of Klaypex.  The episode also features some great music by punk-bluegrass band Larry and His Flask, and Steampunk favorite Steam Powered Giraffe.

This is the fourth episode of The Adventures of the League of STEAM: Season 3 – a Kickstarter-funded adventure/comedy web series, and the longest-running Steampunk web series online.  You can check out the rest of the series here!

First pictures of Steampunk Freddy shoot

Copyright James Morgan, used with permission

Copyright James Morgan, used with permission

As many of you will be aware, I recently began my new character based on the 1980’s horror icon Freddy Krueger. I recently got in touch with a local photography group who had attended Whitby Goth Weekend and asked if they would like to arrange a shoot of Steampunk Freddy. Continue reading