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alphatroll wrote:also suggested:
GirlGenius by "Profs." Phil & Kaja Foglio. a very light-hearted, romping "gaslamp fantasy with adventure, romance, and MAD SCIENCE!" It starts out in sepia-tone, but i'd definitely recommend starting at the beginning of the (eight-TPB-sized) series (i'm only up to vol. 6 so don't feel bad)
The SteamPunk Trilogy by Paul DiFilippo, old-fashioned text-on-paper stories, one of which includes a relative of "cousin Howard" P. Lovecraft
SteamPunk from Cliffhangers Comics, by Joe Kelly and Chris Bachalo. I found the story mostly unfollowable and tho the art is so complex as to be almost indecipherable as well, it's loaded with so many gorgeous details i bought all 12 issues & the #0 special just to look at.
The Difference Engine, a rather dense novel by William Gibson and Bruce Sterling, involving the original real-world steampunks, Charles Babbage and Ada Loveless
and so on and so on.
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