Welcome back to another post about fun Steampunk movies for the whole family to help keep steam-parents sane during the lock down. Steam Boy is a wonderful choice for kids and adults. The director, Katsuhiro Otomo, is best known … Continue reading Counting Down Family-Friendly Steampunk Movies: Steamboy (2004)
What do you get when you mix retrofuturistic technology with the deadly cat-and-mouse game of running a mafia family? A Steampunk musical called “8” by Charli Eglinton! Continue reading Check out this Amazing Concept Short for an Upcoming Steampunk Musical
Written by Sarah Latch Steampunk is often thought of from a Western lens, with black tea and stiff upper lips. However, this mindset ignores a wealth of inspiration in Asia. This neglect means that Asian steampunks yearning for representation need … Continue reading Anime inclusion in steampunk
I happened across the complete version of Airlords of Airia recently. The last I’d heard, they were campaigning for funds but I never found out if they accomplished their goal. They clearly did because here’s the complete video on YouTube. … Continue reading Airlords of Airia webseries
I love my pocket watch and I take it everywhere. It’s actually quite modern because I’m frankly too lazy to keep winding one. That could be the only reason I wouldn’t use the Tesla Watch from ThinkGeek. Well, if the … Continue reading Goodbye pocket watch, hello Tesla Watch?