Dr. Jekyll is a kind and charitable man who believes everyone has two sides, one good and one evil. Using a potion, he splits his personalities to find the essence of goodness. When his darker side, Mr. Hyde, becomes unleashed, the poor doctor creates havoc throughout London.
Produced hundreds of times throughout cinema and theatre, these stills are from the 1920 silent horror version by the same name.…
A cheery poem by Victor Hugo about mankind going down the drain, as illustrated in the German Expressionist style. Artwork by Frans Masereel as collected in Notre Temps from 1952.…
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A few days ago, we launched a major campaign for Dieselpunks, and thanks to sponsors like Darryl Shelly we were able to keep the engines running. As it turns…Continue
Dieselpunks called for help, and you were listening!
In less than half a day, we were able to raise our goal of $3,500!
Just so we're transparent about where the funds are going:
5% to Kickstarter
3-5% to Amazon
20-25% to Uncle Sam for taxes
$50 for postcards/shipping
25 Dieselpunk books [($20.33 * 25) + ($10 shipping * 25)] = ~$758.25
Shipping for 5 copies of Diesel City (already in…
I need your help. Dieselpunks could be completely offline by Halloween, but you can keep it alive.
Since launching Dieselpunks in 2009 as a safe haven and inspiration for diesel and steampunk artists, we’ve become one of the largest and most active punk communities in the world. And now, over five years later, we’re going to be forced to close this community unless you can help.
The cost of covering our hosting and…Continue
Fans of our latest ePulp book will be happy to hear that our stories are being adapted into audiobook format by the fine crew at Coffee Contrails. I'm not one for marketing speak, but they worked hard on this, so let's get a little…Continue
Sorry, fellow Dieselpunks, but this is due to the fact that I'm still looking around for a suitable new web host, and I'm also still dealing with the ongoing effects of moving. I only moved about two miles, but it was quite a project— and it remains unfinished, with some of my belongings boxed up in…Continue