True Store by Maripaz Villar
In 2009, Dim Horizon Studios teamed up with Outland Armour and the Cyborg Seamstress in Atlanta to take this set of steampunk cosplay pictures. The day of the shoot proved to be a performance test on toughness for both the girls and the equipment. The cold weather caused issues with operating the cameras but the girls needed no extra guidance.
Each model had a unique stories based upon their characters and the role they provided within the group. Sasha was their navigator and explorer responsible for leading the troupe on their next adventure. Read More…
Miss Riko Misery, Image by Tom Row
The Hollywood Reporter recently revealed that ABC is developing a television series centering on Mark Twain’s classic characters Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. Dubbed “Finn & Sawyer,” the show will chronicle the adventures of the two characters as young men who set up a detective agency in a steampunk version of New Orleans. Jason Richman and David Zabel are currently working on the pilot.
The adaptation may have Twain purists up in arms, but sometimes sticking too closely to the original material is a bad thing (after all Huck Finn did make his first literary appearance swinging a dead cat by the tail). Whether the show hits or misses, it’s still impressive that even 130 years after publication, there is still plenty of material to be mined from Twain’s body of work.
And Xerposa would like to ask you which two Hollywood actors do you think would be up to the task?