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Author Topic: A (Relatively Comprehensive) List of Steampunk Graphic Novels; help requested  (Read 4075 times)
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« Reply #25 on: September 06, 2014, 03:59:16 am »

I need help from the followers of this thread!

Steampunk Tales #13, edited by Meagan Franklin, has resisted all my efforts at determining its contents. It is only available electronically. I was able to determine the stories contained in #1-12, but this one's got me stumped.

If anyone has downloaded this collection, would you mind PM'ing me with a list of the stories? No authors, since I'm indexing the anthologies by editor.

Thanking you in advance, I remain,
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« Reply #26 on: September 07, 2014, 10:48:52 pm »

First up today is a wee bit of housekeeping:

Add to Brian Augustyn's Gotham by Gaslight series The Search for Ray Palmer. This time out the artwork is by Tocchini, Greg & Delperdang, Jesse & Fridolfs, Derek & Neary, Paul.

Add to The Transformers:  Evolutions by Chuck Dixon and Guido Guidi (don't you just love saying that name out loud really fast?) Infestation. Personally, I'm not a Transformers fan, but Steampunk battle 'bots vs. Lovecraftian evil? I'm in.

Rod Espinosa's Steampunk Fairy Tales is out in a new (different?) edition with the title Rod Espinosa’s Steampunk Fables.

Joe Kelly and Chris Bachalo have added Catechism, a prequel, to their Steampunk series. As such, the proper reading order is this one before Manimatron and Drama Obscura.

Add to Fred Perry's Time Lincoln series the following:
Time Lincoln:  Jack to the Future
Time Lincoln:  Fists of Führer*
Time Lincoln:  Apocalypse Mao*
Time Lincoln Vs. Cuba Commander
Time Lincoln Continental

*Released on the same date, so I don’t know about the correct reading order.

Madeline Rosca has added The Clockwork Sky:  Volume 2 to her The Clockwork Sky series.

While it is correctly credited in the original post, I should point out that, if you're looking for it, the cover for the Marvel Classics edition of H.G. Wells' The First Men in the Moon (adaptation by McGregor, Don & Mesina, Rudy) incorrectly credits the original author as Jules Verne.

(Stupid rabbit; editing is for kids!)
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« Reply #27 on: September 07, 2014, 11:13:35 pm »

Alrighty, then...

...This next batch of updates got sorta sideways on me, so instead of listing each new entry numerically as we have so far, I'm just going to give you new, updated totals once we're done.

Perry, Fred:
Steam Wars:
Steam Wars
There is a collected edition of issues #1-5. I do not know if this is an ongoing series or not.

Verne, Jules & Mettam, Dale & Digwal, Suresh:
(standalone)
Master of the World

Verne, Jules & Rafter, Dan & Ahluwalia, Bhupendra:
(standalone)
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

Wells, H.G. & Eggleton, Bob:
(standalone)
The First Men in the Moon

Wells, H.G. & Helfand, Lewis & Nagulakonda, Rajesh:
(standalone)
The Time Machine
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« Reply #28 on: September 07, 2014, 11:28:47 pm »

Wells, H.G. & Spangler, Bill & Ross, John:
(standalone)
The Time Machine

Wells, H.G. & Davis, Terry & Ruiz, José Alfonso Ocampo:
(standalone)
The Time Machine

Allor, Paul:
Clockwork:
Clockwork:  Volume 1
First in the series. Graphic novel anthology, with stories adapted by various artists.

Duerden, Ian:
Tales from the Clockwork Empire:
Tales from the Clockwork Empire
This appears to be a collected edition of three volumes, but I’m not sure. I’ve seen four different versions of cover art, but…

Duerden, Ian:
Clockwork Furnace:
Clockwork Furnace
E-Book only. First issue in a new series.
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« Reply #29 on: September 07, 2014, 11:46:50 pm »

Dynamite Entertainment:
Barsoom (?):
Warlord of Mars Volume 1
Warlord of Mars Volume 2
Warlord of Mars Volume 3
Warlord of Mars Volume 4
Warlord of Mars:  Dejah Thoris – The Colossus of Mars
Warlord of Mars:  Dejah Thoris – The Pirate Queen of Mars
Warlord of Mars:  Dejah Thoris – The Boora Witch
Warlord of Mars:  Dejah Thoris – The Vampire Men of Saturn
Warlord of Mars:  Dejah Thoris – Rise of the Machine Men
Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars:  Red Meat
Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars:  Red Flood

Ongoing series with various writers and artists.
*Currently unavailable in a collected edition.

Felker, Jim & Dunn, Ben & Denham, Brian:
Steampunk Palin:
Steampunk Palin
First in a series? The thought of this is only bearable by imagining Tina Fey or Lisa Ann*
*(Or so I’ve heard…)

Henderson, Jason & Salvaggio, Tony & Hostache, Jean-Baptiste:
(standalone?)
Clockwerx

Hutchinson, David:
Steam Craft:
Steam Craft
Only one issue, released in 2012. Cancelled series?

Lee, Tony & Aneke:
Battlestar Galactica:  1880:
Battlestar Galactica:  1880
Four-issue series, currently unavailable in a collected edition to the best of my knowledge.
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« Reply #30 on: September 08, 2014, 12:18:23 am »

Lovecraft, H.P. & Lockwood, Dan:
The Lovecraft Anthology:
The Lovecraft Anthology, Volume I
The Lovecraft Anthology, Volume II

Graphic novel anthology, with stories adapted by various writers and artists.

Zubkavitch, Jim & Andrade, Filipe:
Journey into Imagination:
Figment
Five-issue miniseries, with only four currently released.

Current total:  Creators/Series, 198; Individual Titles, 411
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« Reply #31 on: September 08, 2014, 09:45:47 am »

Not an update; I'm just trying to keep these threads close together on the menu page.  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #32 on: October 08, 2014, 06:02:33 am »

199. Mole, Chris (w/various artists):
Professor Elemental Comics:
Professor Elemental Comics
Currently three issues are available. Currently unavailable in a collected issue.
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« Reply #33 on: October 12, 2014, 08:29:49 pm »

200. Laverick, I.I. & Webb, R.K.:
Dead Night Saga:
Legacy of Night
http://imolaverick.wix.com/deadnightofficial#!comic/cwvn 
Online comic.
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« Reply #34 on: October 15, 2014, 08:25:01 pm »

Not sure if this counts; on the one hand, it is steampunk, on the other hand, it's mainly to show off a mouse-scrolling utility. At least the art's fairly good...

http://scrollon.com/hollow-world/

There's another one there too, with a femaile sherrif/inspector, weird west, perhaps



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« Reply #35 on: October 15, 2014, 09:46:05 pm »

I'm looking under the name "Doug Lefler", who appears to be the artist, and neither title is on on the list. Can you make out if the writer is different from the author? I'm coming up with nothing.
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« Reply #36 on: October 16, 2014, 06:25:06 pm »

Yeah...as mentioned, I mainly think it's a way to sell their product...s'pose you could email them, or something...if they don't try to sell you something. What I've read of the story (the free parts) it's not too bad.
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« Reply #37 on: February 02, 2015, 07:11:24 am »

Alright; thanks!

I didn't realize I'd been off-forum this long, so it's going to take me a week or more to catch up on things. Once I have, I'll investigate the title further.
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« Reply #38 on: July 21, 2015, 07:36:21 pm »

Sorry, folks, but I'm still working on my backlog.

In the meantime, however, in regards to the forthcoming (Relatively Comprehensive) list for non-fiction books, I can post them alphabetically by author, or by subject. Which would you prefer?

The current subjects are:
Art/Makers
Culture & Lifestyle
Entertainment
Fashion
History
Literature


Of course, if you PM me for a copy of the Word .doc, you can arrange it however you want with your copy. But, for the purposes of its initial posting here, which is your choice?

(Note:  I'll go by whichever option has the most support at the time I begin posting the list to the forum.)

On a related note, do you think I should include the manuals and supplemental materials (in printed form only, and yes, there are quite a few) for RPGs? They would go under the entertainment category if they're included. Thoughts?

As always, thanks for your support on these threads.
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