Movie Review: Frankenstein’s Monster (2013)

There are a lot of short Steampunk films out there, but the folks over at First Step Cinematics tried their hand at a full-length Steampunk adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic tale.

November 2nd, 1895 – A False Start for the First US Car Race

November 2nd, 1895 sort of marked the start of the first gasoline-powered race in the United States, except the vehicles couldn’t get to the starting line; however, within the month, though, they were going to make some history and someone was going to win the first prize of $2,000.

Sunday Summary – November 1st, 2015

So what did you miss this week? This week we sprinkled a good helping of burlesque on the 2015 Time Travelers’ Ball, made some spooky craft project ghosts, gave morphine to babies, grew immortal with Doctor Who, flew in the first internal combustion engine airship, went on adventures with The Last Witch Hunter, explored the Halloween “reason […]

Symposium Vendor – Victoriana Craftwerks

Victorianna Craftwerks presents graphic design, illustration, and steampunk jewelry at the 2016 International Steampunk Symposium.

November 1st, 1896 – Boobs!

The first issue of National Geographic Magazine was published in October 1888, nine months after the Society was founded. Eight years later, on November 1st, 1896, the magazine made the controversial choice to publish a picture showing the bare breasts of a woman . . . 

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