Award-winning author and artist Bryan Talbot has announced the fantastic news that he has completed his script for a third Luther Arkwright book, and begun drawing it, with the aim of seeing it published in 2022. The Legend of Luther Arkwright will be published by Jonathan Cape in the UK and Dark Horse Books inContinue reading Bryan Talbot’s Luther Arkwright to return… in 2022!
Ace independent US publisher It’s Alive! has announced that Keith Lansdale, the writer who recently brought you The X-Files and Creepy stories, will unleash his imagination on the historical and somewhat Steampunk world his father, Joe R. Lansdale, created in the original Red Range graphic novel – and there’s a stunning variant cover on offerContinue reading Red Range returns in “Pirates of Fireworld”
Gosport’s Royal Navy Submarine Museum has announced a Subaquatic Steampunk Weekend this September. Offering six outstanding performers and the best steampunk artists artwork on display to amaze and inspire, the event also includes a steampunk market areas to peruse and purchase something utterly unique. Relax with a drink in the Gin and Beer tent, takeContinue reading Subaquatic Steampunk surfaces in Gosport in September
Details of the first TimeQuake Steampunk Festival, taking place in Manchester on 30th March 2018, have been announced. The event is the brainchild of the Victorian Steampunk Society, who are teaming up with Manchester’s Bowlers Exhibition Centre and the organisers of For the Love of Sci Fi, which has a reputation for breaking the mould onContinue reading Manchester TimeQuake Steampunk Festival – details announced for massive Steampunk Expo
Created by Azhur Saleem and James Boyle, illustrated by Warwick Johnson-Cadwell Out: Now The Book: How far would you go in search of a missing loved one? Could you infiltrate a hellish Victorian workhouse where steam-powered engines control your body? If so, then enter the world of The Marionette Unit; a time of control, obsession and monstrous machines. Beatrice Shaw is searchingContinue reading In Review: The Marionette Unit