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Aether Legion: A Book Review

Aether Legion: A Book Review

It was with great anticipation that I delved into this sequel to Adventures Above The Aether, which was a page turning attention grabber from the start, and Aether Legion does NOT disappoint. The story takes place several years after the exploits of Hap Solomon and his cohorts that took them to the [Keep Reading]

Sherlock Holmes — Is He SteamPunk Or Just Nostalgia?

With his both unconventional and scientific methods, plus his innovative disguises -- set in the Victorian era -- how long will it be before Sherlock Holmes is re-branded as SteamPunk? [Keep Reading]

Adventures Above The Aether

Adventures Above The Aether

Written in the true Jules Verne fashion, it overflowed with adventure, intrigue, and all kinds of steampunky goodness. [Keep Reading]

THE COG IS DEAD: THE INTERVIEW!

THE COG IS DEAD: THE INTERVIEW!

I had the opportunity to sit down with Captain John Sprocket of The Cog is Dead, to peer through my high-danger goggles into the world of Steampunk Music. I knew of the Steampunk Genre of literature, Steampunk art, even the fandom of Steampunk. But unlike fantasy, sci-fi and horror, I have [Keep Reading]

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