We are delighted to announce that the Clockwork Watch Shop is finally open, and ready to take orders. It includes a few Exclusives from our launch at San Diego Comic Con 2015, posters, and some special treats.
The first 50 orders over £10 will receive an exclusive laser cut leather First Oasis Drinks Token designed and created by Haley Moore, which can be redeemed for a pint of Hodgson’s India Pale Ale at our next immersive theatrical event. We will also donate £1 to Water Aid, our first nominated charity.
Our exclusives include the limited edition Tick Tock IPA Collection (Hardback), the red covered Tick Tock IPA #SDCC launched at Comic Con, and “Freedom Now“ Machine Liberation Front Poster by Fabio Duarte Martins.
Clockwork Watch is a self-published project, and we appreciate having your interest and support.
It’s a been a while in making, but we are glad to finally be where we are.
Thanks to the VSS Production Team, John Naylor, Lady Elsie, and the Clockwork Underground Team for making Weekend at the Asylum a dream come true.
Here’s the late edition of the Asylum Gazette, published for Weekend at the Asylum in Lincoln. Only printed 600 copies, which were sold to raise funds for Water Aid.
I’d like to thank all our contributors, Prof Elemental, Ceri-Leigh Harper, Herr Döktor, Gary Nicholls, Major Tinker, and Ms D.
On August 29th, Clockwork Watch takes another step off the pages of our graphic novels, into the real world as we present Clockwork Underworld, this year’s live and immersive experience, hosted at Weekend at the Asylum in Lincoln, UK.
Our story is alive, once again.
We’re honoured to be included in the our second San Diego Comic Con Panel!
Having started the Clockwork Watch story from what we now call the ‘Before the Steampocalypse’, Yomi is really looking forward to making this a debate to remember. Here are the details:
Is It Steampunk?
Friday July 10, 2015 8:30pm – 9:30pm
You’ve heard of Steampunk, but what exactly distinguishes this unique subgenre from other branches of science fiction? Andrew Fogel (The League of S.T.E.A.M.), Brian Kesinger (Walking Your Octopus), Claire Hummel (Bioshock: Infinite), Yomi Ayeni (Clockwork Watch), and Glenn Freund (The League of S.T.E.A.M.) dissect and debate pop culture examples of literature, movies, TV, video games, comics, and more.
Catch up on the entire story in one digital volume.
In Tick Tock IPA #3, we venture far and wide to see how our world has reacted to Science, religion and cultural differences.
Here’s a sneak preview of things to come, and kindly support our Kickstarter Campaign – we need your help to make this happen.