One of the best things about putting out a pair of Steampunk anthologies this year was getting to see the huge variety when it came to the submissions. While “Secrets and Airships” by A.F. Stewart was a rollicking airship fantasy, … Continue reading Give it a Listen! “In the Cavern of the Sleepers” a Steampunk Short Story by Ali Abbas
This Steampunk Coke ad is already a few years old, but I only just stumbled across it and thought I’d share. Ok, it’s more steam than punk, though still a nod to the tech and aesthetic we know and love. Continue reading Even Coca Cola has done Steampunk
This little film is a mix of drawn and filmed elements made by Patrick Jacquemont in 2011. Continue reading Steampunk Short: TO VICTORY!
So here we are again, back for Part 2 of our Sherlock Holmes Sourcebook more story synopses. My challenge was to summarize all 56 stories in two sentences max, so here are the three remaining volumes. (Please note that these … Continue reading Sherlock Holmes Sourcebook Part 2 – Short Story Synopses
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
Director Raul Garcia (The Lion King, Aladdin) brings together five amazing depictions of some of Poe’s scariest stories and pairs them with voice talent like Christopher Lee, Guillermo Del Toro, and Bela Lugosi (archive). I especially loved using Del Toro to narrate The Pit and the Pendulum because the story takes place during the Spanish Inquisition, and his accent helps add to the setting in a way that just reading it couldn’t. The Masque of the Red Death always stuck out to me as a reader, and the sumptuous style and rich colors of the animation were spot on. The style of each vignette … Continue reading Get a Dazzling Look at Five of Edgar Allan Poe’s Classic Tales
The style of this film is absolutely breath-taking, and the visual storytelling is superb. Even without the sound, I am sure we could all understand what happens in this tale about love and loss. So, when you’ve got half an … Continue reading Steampunk Short Film: The Invention of Love by Andrey Shushkov