Geek Syndicate Previews Tick Tock IPA #3 for Thought Bubble 2015
Geek Pride: Reviews Tick Tock IPA
“Tick Tock is the strongest of the Clockwork Watch comic releases so far with a more personal character arc and a continuation of the great world building the series excels in.”
Down The Tubes: Reviews The World Of Clockwork Watch
One of my Lakes International Comic Art Festival finds was the glorious Clockwork Watch, created byYomi Ayeni of Articipate Media – a collaborative storytelling project set in a retro-futurist vision of Victorian England that launched thanks to a successful crowdfunding pitch back in 2011, and launched with a live event called Tomorrow’s World… Today! – an immersive live event held in London back in 2012.
“This comic is part of a hugely bold undertaking, which ultimately pays off.” Comic Books and Cookies
A beautiful review of Breakaway, by @Ariellalphabet. Read more:
“An ideal choice for a clever reader, esp steampunk fans”
Our friends at Geek Native have reviewed our latest offering – “Clockwork Watch: Breakaway”, and they like it… 😉 Check this out!
Geek Syndicate Takes On Breakaway
Clockwork Watch: Breakaway “may be a slender tome but the world it unfolds is a visual and metaphysical feast, fit for poring over and pondering on long after the story has been devoured.” “A creative sandpit (that) has continued to grow and thrive across the mediums of music, craftwork, live performance and the written word.” Geek Syndicate Review.
Geeks Unleashed Delve Into Clockwork Watch
“this project is definitely one to watch and, more importantly, get involved in.” – Geeks Unleashed! It’s always great to have a good review, but sometimes it goes much further than a few column inches. While Clockwork Watch is a Steampunk story, it’s more about engaging participants in co-creation and storytelling. Thanks to the guys at Geeks Unleashed – you rock!
Read the whole article on the Geeks Unleashed website:
“Clockwork Watch isn’t just a steampunk graphic novel. It’s more detailed, more complex and more engaging than that.” Geek Native review Read More
Immersed in the Clockwork Underworld – Steampunk Chronicle Review
“As I entered the main room, I was met with cobbled streets, store fronts and street signs denoting my location as seedy Whitechapel. Above me floated a dirigible, at least 4 foot wide and 15 feet long. Behind it, the glass roof of the venue showed looming brick buildings and a foggy London sky.” Read More: A great review of our main live event for 2013 – Clockwork Underworld – put together by L.C. Longo of the Steampunk Chronicle.
Exploring Steampunk Across All Medias With ‘Clockwork Watch’ – SciFi Pulse caught up with the Clockwork Watch team at Thought Bubble Comic Con in Leeds. Here are Jennie and Corey giving the lowdown on the project. http://youtu.be/e2EEvRf7pWw http://youtu.be/FWLCgswgm_Y
Steampunk Goes Transmedia With Clockwork Watch Monsters and Critics catches up with Clockwork Watch Creator Yomi Ayeni att he Thought Bubble Comic-Con in Leeds… Thanks to Ian Cullen for taking the time and having the interest in our project. http://youtu.be/gwXFVgPXI40
Clockwork Watch: The Arrival Makes the Forbidden Planet’s Thought Bubble Top 5 List!
You can read, watch, and hear Steampunk, but at Clockwork Watch you can LIVE it! Stitching Time: How We Created An Interactive Steampunk Narrative Called Clockwork Watch, by Yomi Ayeni printed by Tor.com during Steampunk Week.
boing boing Huzzah! Thanks to the guys at boing boing for their generous review of Clockwork Watch. It’s humbling to have their support.
Screen International mentions Clockwork Watch in coverage of Cross Video Days in Paris.
Geek Planet Online “Clockwork Watch ticks the right trope boxes for things you’d like to see: Victorian setting, steam technology, automatons and the mixture of innovation and futurism that came with the birth of the industrial revolution. It also brings a nice little twist in that the main characters are not your usual expected gentlemen inventor types but rather a family from Calcutta who have been invited to England thanks to the father’s magnificent creation – a clockwork man.” Read Full Review
TOR.COM Clockwork Watch launch event – Tomorrow’s World… Today! is listed on Tor.Com’s May round up of Steampunk events– The Arrival cover photo used for article.
Resonance FM Jennie Gyllblad talks to Alex Fitch of Resonance FM, about Clockwork Watch, Steampunk and working with Corey Brotherson and Yomi Ayeni. (Panel Borders Podcast)
Clockwork Chronicle A Look At The World of Clockwork Watch (16/04/12)
Geek Syndicate Clockwork Watch: The Arrival Review (22/03/12)