Monday, April 12, 2010
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Here's a one-shot that we've been wanting to get posted for a while now... but circumstances just kept delaying things. It was done for the Nova Albion Steampunk Exhibition, and appeared as B&W line art in the "comics" section of their newspaper. (er, that is, their program book.) We had a wonderful time at the Exhibition, we even got to wander all over the Neverwas Haul, which was the fulfillment of a years-long dream for me. (Happy sigh.)

Phil and I go to a lot of conventions. We attend cons for fans of science-fiction, rpg/tabletop games, anime, comic book and, lately, steampunk. Blatant fans of fantastical Victoriana that we are, we're really enjoying watching the steampunk conventions grow in popularity. There is so much wonderful art currently being inspired by the steampunk genre, and at a convention, we get to sit back and enjoy it all with stars in our eyes. Phil and I will be attending several steampunk events in the next few months. If you're interested in where we will be, please have a look at our calendar, which we have posted here on the site. I hope you'll come visit us sometime soon!Comic
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Girl Genius is written by Professors Phil & Kaja Foglio of TPU, with drawings by Prof. P. Foglio. Volume One was inked by Brian Snoddy. Volumes Two and Three were colored by Mark McNabb. Volume Four was colored by Laurie E. Smith. Cheyenne Wright is our current colorist. His work begins with Volume Five.

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