As I said in my reviews of Season 1 and Season 2 of Penny Dreadful, I really enjoy it… That is, until Season 3. There is really no way to review this season properly without giving away some spoilers, so be warned. What is Penny Dreadful Season 3 About? This season begins with basically all the characters spread all over the world. Their mission and bond as a group were left shattered after events in the previous season, and everyone is attempting to pick up the pieces one way or another. Our sharpshooter with the heart of gold heads back to America to face his past, … Continue reading Penny Dreadful Season 3 Review
What is Penny Dreadful Season 2 About? It’s tough to review Season 2 of a show without giving away any spoilers from the first season, but I’ll do my best. (You can also get my impressions of Season 1 in my last review.) The second season of this deliciously dark, psychological thriller sees new foes. If you thought vampires were bad, wait until you meet the witches of this season. They are out to exploit Vanessa and her psychic powers, and they’ll go through her friends to get what they want. You get a lot more information about Vanessa’s backstory and how she’s used her dubious … Continue reading Penny Dreadful Season 2 Review
If you haven’t seen me around the Journal much over the past few weeks, it’s because I’ve been hard at work doing guest posts all over the aetherweb to get the word out about Army of Brass. Here’s a little … Continue reading Phoebe’s Been Writing a Ton of Guest Posts for the Army of Brass Blog Tour. Check em Out!
Greetings Steampunk fans! Thanks to everyone who voted and shared our reader survey with their friends. We wanted to share a brief summary of the survey results, as well as the steps we are taking to respond to your thoughts. … Continue reading Results and Responses to our Reader Survey
The Man Behind the Darkness Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) and his acolytes had a big presence at the Steampunk Worlds Fair. At the Fair in 2016, you could visit a mini Poe museum and attend a few lectures on one … Continue reading The Role of Madness in the Work of Edgar Allan Poe