Templecon Poster Number 4

Claw vs Garment Eating Microbes poster 4 Amber Marnell

The Final piece of Poster artwork by Amber Marnell for our performance of The Coopper Claw Vs. The Garment Eating Microbes at Templecon 2013!

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The Copper Claw at Templecon 2013!

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The Copper Claw will be premiering an original Mashup Radio drama at Templcon 2013 in Waqrwick RI!  

On the planet Glade, members of The Copper Claw who have been left for dead after a deal gone wrong, must match wits with creatures that eat the clothes right off of their back!  How will Lucretia, Ayleen, and Leetelou get out with the shirts still on their backs?!  The Copper Claw Vs. The Garment Eating Microbes, is a mash-up of the 1956 radio-play “X Minus One: Student Body.” The best part is we’ll pick members of the audience to round out the cast! Worried about bringing the kids?  Don’t worry, there’s about as much as nudity as a normal ’50s radio drama.

Not only that but we’ll be announcing a new media project in conjunction with our friends in Nerd Caliber.

We’ll have a number of other posters out between now and Templecon, and be able to announce more of our events including talks and panels Ayleen and Lucretia will be giving throughout the weekend so please pass it around!

Image modified by Morgan of Button Me Up!

REBLOG: Bringing Asian Culture to Steampunk: Cosplaying James Ng’s Imperial Sheriff — Guest blog by Steampunk Panda

Here is a very interesting article featured on Ay-leen’s Beyond Victoriana, about Asian Steampunk, as well as adding to the debate of “Can we consider Steampunk a cosplay?”

Bringing Asian Culture to Steampunk: Cosplaying James Ng’s Imperial Sheriff — Guest blog by Steampunk Panda

I have been aware of Steampunk for some time but it was not until the tail end of the summer of 2011 that I decided to take a closer look and learn more about Steampunk.  As I delved into the culture I noticed how it was very Victorian, based in the 19th century British culture.  That was understandable seeing how it was based off of many early literatures that were set in those areas.  However, the world does not revolve around one geographical location or ethnic background for that matter, and while life progresses in one location it invariably continues on elsewhere.

Full Article can be found Here