10 Delightfully Smashing Steampunk Comic Covers From DC
Looking to cash in on a genre that’s dead before it has even fully begun, DC Comics have released images of their STEAMPUNK variant covers. Ugh. 

"Yeah but what is steampunk?" you ask. Good question. Steampunk is a sub-genre of science-fiction, usually set during the 19th century in Britain or America or at least borrowing the fashion sense and slang of the time period. Staples of this alternative future-past include steam-powered machinery and gadgets — sometimes including advanced computers, dirigibles, and robots all run via intricately designed clockwork — and a hodge-podge of modern and antiquated social customs and/or class structures. Think Jules Verne or China Mieville.
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10 Delightfully Smashing Steampunk Comic Covers From DC

Looking to cash in on a genre that’s dead before it has even fully begun, DC Comics have released images of their STEAMPUNK variant covers. Ugh. 

"Yeah but what is steampunk?" you ask. Good question. Steampunk is a sub-genre of science-fiction, usually set during the 19th century in Britain or America or at least borrowing the fashion sense and slang of the time period. Staples of this alternative future-past include steam-powered machinery and gadgets — sometimes including advanced computers, dirigibles, and robots all run via intricately designed clockwork — and a hodge-podge of modern and antiquated social customs and/or class structures. Think Jules Verne or China Mieville.

Read more at http://www.hitfix.com/news/exclusive-10-delightfully-smashing-steampunk-comic-covers-from-dc#kLX2DIXDwKsbfFJA.99

Steampunk Holmes

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In an alternative Steampunk universe (c.1885), the plans for Captain Nemo’s mysterious Nautilus submarine have been stolen from the British Secret Service. There is only one man who can solve the case, Sherlock Holmes. With his bionic side-kick Doctor Watson, and his brilliant and lethal sister, Mycroft Holmes, Sherlock unravels a mystery that will shake the foundation of the British Empire.


Chester 5000 XYV by Jess Fink

Steampunk Picture Show (www.steampunkpictureshow.com) is a website that will host a wide variety of Steampunk films. 
Our first Steampunk film was made as part of the “48 Go Green Challenge 2011, NYC” and was written, shot, and edited in just two days.  It was awarded “Best Directing” by their panel of judges.  Screenings are happening throughout the New York area.
Now we embark on our second film….a much more ambitious undertaking.

Steampunk Picture Show (www.steampunkpictureshow.com) is a website that will host a wide variety of Steampunk films. 

Our first Steampunk film was made as part of the “48 Go Green Challenge 2011, NYC” and was written, shot, and edited in just two days.  It was awarded “Best Directing” by their panel of judges.  Screenings are happening throughout the New York area.

Now we embark on our second film….a much more ambitious undertaking.

thedailywhat:

Steampunk Superheroes of the Day: Union of Superlative Heroes Card Set by Chet Phillips.

Imagining a parallel universe in which superheroes inhabit a Steampunk  Victorian world, the Union of Superlative Heroes is a collection of  characters from a variety of countries, each with their own unique  abilities or mutations. Twenty cards in all, this set profiles such epic  figures as Marquis Le Bat, Stupendous Man, Empress Amazonia, Arachno  Kid, Prince Aqueous, Lord Wolverton plus fourteen more. Each card  showcases their portrait along with a brief biography and country of  origin on the reverse.

Available for purchase via Chet’s Ye Olde Etsy Shoppe.
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thedailywhat:

Steampunk Superheroes of the Day: Union of Superlative Heroes Card Set by Chet Phillips.

Imagining a parallel universe in which superheroes inhabit a Steampunk Victorian world, the Union of Superlative Heroes is a collection of characters from a variety of countries, each with their own unique abilities or mutations. Twenty cards in all, this set profiles such epic figures as Marquis Le Bat, Stupendous Man, Empress Amazonia, Arachno Kid, Prince Aqueous, Lord Wolverton plus fourteen more. Each card showcases their portrait along with a brief biography and country of origin on the reverse.

Available for purchase via Chet’s Ye Olde Etsy Shoppe.

[nerdcore.]

Warren Ellis challenge to his artistic friends and camp followers: create a movie poster for a Steampunk Batman
mkhall:

UCHRONAL ILLEGAL CHARACTER COVER REMODEL: The Steampunk Batman
From the delightfully demented mind of Warren Ellis came a challenge to his artistic friends and camp followers: create a movie poster for a Steampunk Batman. There are many excellent pieces in the thread.

Warren Ellis challenge to his artistic friends and camp followers: create a movie poster for a Steampunk Batman

mkhall:

UCHRONAL ILLEGAL CHARACTER COVER REMODEL: The Steampunk Batman

From the delightfully demented mind of Warren Ellis came a challenge to his artistic friends and camp followers: create a movie poster for a Steampunk Batman. There are many excellent pieces in the thread.

More Photos of Steampunk Iron Man

agentmlovestacos:

Judy Stephens’ photo of Steampunk Iron Man I posted the other day has made the rounds. Oh, but there’s more than that one. Here are a few more from the photoshoot they did!

Check out our gallery on Marvel.com for all the official Marvel photos from New York Comic Con 2010 (and they’re on Flickr, as well), including even more Steampunk Iron Man, tons of cosplay photos, shots of the super-packed crowd and much, much more!

Be sure to check out the Cosplay Conspiracy to find out the truth behind this winning costume.


Steampunk 2010 Fashion Show, Shopping, and Exhibition A Celebration of Steampunk Culture, Fashion and Craftsmanship
DUMBO, Brooklyn-October 24  marks the third annual Steampunk Day at the DUMBO Loft, presented by  Brooklyn Indie Market.155 Water Street, DUMBO, from 11 a.m. to 8  p.m..Steampunk Shopping and Fashion Show at 4 p.m. $20  Victorian/Steampunk portrait sitting with vintage camera by Tsirkus Fotografika $5 entry. Take the F train to York Street Station.
Travel to a re-envisioned  Victorian age that features retrofuturistic fashion, brass and copper  clockwork, ray guns, jetpacks, bustles and inventions that go far beyond  19th century technology. Think steam-powered mechanical wonders,  brass-fitted computers, dirigibles, goggles, airships, and clockwork  inspired accoutrements.
What is steampunk you  say? Steampunk personality, August Wahnsinger says, “Steampunk  is Victorian-era science fiction. Anything that can be envisioned as a  part of a scientifically advanced ‘steam’ era can be properly described  as steampunk. Steampunk finds its origins in literature, going back to  the works of Mary Shelley, Jules Verne and H.G. Wells.”

Steampunk 2010 Fashion Show, Shopping, and Exhibition
A Celebration of Steampunk Culture, Fashion and Craftsmanship

DUMBO, Brooklyn-October 24 marks the third annual Steampunk Day at the DUMBO Loft, presented by Brooklyn Indie Market.155 Water Street, DUMBO, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m..Steampunk Shopping and Fashion Show at 4 p.m. $20 Victorian/Steampunk portrait sitting with vintage camera by Tsirkus Fotografika $5 entry. Take the F train to York Street Station.

Travel to a re-envisioned Victorian age that features retrofuturistic fashion, brass and copper clockwork, ray guns, jetpacks, bustles and inventions that go far beyond 19th century technology. Think steam-powered mechanical wonders, brass-fitted computers, dirigibles, goggles, airships, and clockwork inspired accoutrements.

What is steampunk you say? Steampunk personality, August Wahnsinger says, “Steampunk is Victorian-era science fiction. Anything that can be envisioned as a part of a scientifically advanced ‘steam’ era can be properly described as steampunk. Steampunk finds its origins in literature, going back to the works of Mary Shelley, Jules Verne and H.G. Wells.”