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An Interview with Kato at Wild Wild West Con 2014 *Plus Exclusive Phoot Shoot

We had the pleasure of interviewing world renown steampunk model and designer Kato at Wild Wild West Con 2014. She was a special guest at the 3rd annual steampunk convention, the largest of its kind in the southwest. With Old Tucson as its backdrop, there couldn't have been a better venue

Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention 2014: Event Review

Steampunks from all over the country poured into Old Tucson last week to participate in the Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention’s third incarnation. Blending the real life, interactive experience of a renaissance festival with the concentrated fan presence of a comicon, the Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention is still one

Get ready for Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention 3!

Grab your goggles and ready your ray guns, the Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention 3 is less than a week away! From March 7th -9th Old Tucson will host the third Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention, a unique Steampunk adventure unlike any other convention experience. Not only is WWWC3 the largest

“Steampunk Originals Volume 1” Graphic Novel Review

Steampunk is a vast subset of popular culture with an untapped potential to tell an endless steam of inventive narrative and visually arresting stories. Arcana Studios’ Steampunk Originals Volume 1 is an anthology showcasing the collective imagination of over 40 different comic collaborators, all of whom deliver wildly different takes

Boston Metaphysical Society Webcomic, Kickstarter Campaign

Boston Metaphysical Society is a mouthful of a title for a Steampunk-inspired webcomic, but the hook is short and sweet: Think Victorian Ghostbusters. Madeleine Holly-Rosing is the writer/creator of the series about an ex-Pinkerton detective and his spirit photographer who battle supernatural forces in 1800s Boston, and features a supporting

Let’s All Really Pretend

Once upon a time there was a little boy who liked to play pretend. He and his friends would meet at the neighborhood park (or vacant lot, etc.) and come up with various games. They would find sticks that would transform into either swords or guns with the power of