Greg Broadmore's strange world of DR. GRORDBORT

Greg Broadmore's idea of fun is kind of special and – well, direct. "Stunning", as the British might say. His Dr. Grordbort stories and sculptures mirror a large part of this exceptional artist's strange character who obviously is more of a relaxed type and not too concerned with himself....

Steam Noir – of broken planets and other untranslatable stuff

Steampunk is hip in the States and UK and about to become our favourite topic. A comic book may finally be able to bring it to the attention of German comic readers as well. Artist Felix Mertikat (* 1983) and writer Benjamin Schreuder (* 1981) created "Steam Noir". It's atmospheric earth c...

"Wollstonecraft" – Girls are cool!

This initial Kickstarter - a children's book for kids aged 8 to 12 - tells the story of Ada and Mary, two eleven year old girls living in London in 1826. Both are extremely curious and smart, and about to open a detective agency to solve tricky cases and go adventure hunting. On "the adv...

State of the Art Steampunk Weaponry

Steampunk as a genre originates in the early to mid 80ies and has developed into a flourishing subculture over the years. Simply put it combines fiction, horror and fantasy with historic elements, mostly found throughout the Victorian Age. Anachronistic technology is a central element of s...

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