Ladies and Gentlemen, we’re getting ready to welcome you to the seedy underbelly of the Victorian age.
Clockwork Underworld opens on May 3rd 2013!
Venue: Electrowekz. Torrens St. EC1.
Tickets: £20 / £35 for a weekend pass
At long last, a sneak peek of Clockwork Watch: Breakaway. Spot any familiar faces?
Breakaway is released at Clockwork Underworld on May 3rd 2013.
London’s streets are alive with the sound of…
Sneak Peek from Breakaway
Once again the story is written by Yomi Ayeni, edited by Corey Brotherson, and art is by Jennie Gyllblad.
London Quest Company
Bohemian Artists Studio
We are very excited to announce the fantastical and unique PERFORMANCE acts for the Clockwork Underworld at the Make Believe Festival 2013. Here are the breathe-taking and wondrously spectacular artists that will be performing live for our make believers!
These acts have been specially chosen for their epic qualities and perfectly crafted talents which merge grotesquely and beautifully into our darkly unusual and mischievous worlds! More acts will be announced shortly so make sure you get your tickets now!
Friday May 3rd
The event also doubles as the UK launch of the next book in the story. Clockwork Watch: Breakaway
Ms Chameleon’s Incredible Flea Circus
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These are some of the generous patrons that funded Clockwork Watch: The Arrival, our first graphic novel. One of the perks in our crowdfunding campaign was to sketch them as characters in the book.
Please be upstanding…
We’re nearly ready for our big reveal, but first another chance to “Name the Patron” & win a preview copy of Clockwork Watch: Breakaway!
Who is this award winning sci-fi author?? Her eyes suggest she has been sketched into our story as a ‘Model 5′ Clockwork Servant.
Answers to informer(at)ClockworkWatch(dot)com. First person to name her gets a free copy.
Name The Patron & Win
Clockwork Underworld at Make Believe Festival 2013
Years since the onset of the Dark Winter, and society is finally getting to grips with living in smoke. A lifetime of burning fuels to power the big mechanical machines, coupled with diverse weather conditions created a deadly pea-souper that plunged the world into darkness. The British resolve has crumbled, ironically not through invasion, war or starvation, but by the yellow sickly smelling fog that has choked life out of 50,000 people, and closed down industry.
The battle lines are drawn. Clockwork Underworld is the only place left where many feel free; people plot against the governments new Clockwork Servant regulations, ‘backstreet skin-job’ technicians show off the new generation of Clocks Prostitutes, Victorian gentlemen & ladies visit The Den to ‘chase the dragon’, and liberated Clocks launch a crusade to free fellow automatons from servitude. It’s also where a newly formed police force set up shop to impose a new world order…
Join us in the realm of make believe at the Clockwork Underworld – your wildest dreams may just come true.
Rev Dagada in Breakaway
Surprised to see Rev Dagada sipping a green liquid in a Clockwork ‘Juice Bar’.
Another one of our patrons sketched into a scene in Clockwork Watch: Breakaway.
One of the rewards of creating a project like Clockwork Watch is being able to sketch our patrons into our story. Our objective is to inspire them to participate in the make believe we’re creating.
Our online world is a sandpit where you can interact with the narrative, contribute to an alternate history, and propose creative adjustments to the Clockwork Watch story universe.
A free copy of Breakaway to the first person to name this V(I)P.
Name This Patron, and WIN!
Answers should be sent to informer(at)ClockworkWatch(dot)com
Join us for the Clockwork Watch: Breakaway launch party at the Make Believe Festival, in London on May 3rd 2013.
Our next book features two stories and artists. Clockwork Watch: Breakaway – the continuation of The Arrival by artist Jennie Gyllblad, the other a new story called “Tick-Tock IPA” by Valia Kapadai, which is a fictional take on a series of real life events, British Industry and the surprise emergence of something that has become a global phenomenon.
Both stories are written by Yomi Ayeni, and Corey Brotherson.
We’re delighted to welcome artist Valia Kapadai (@valium_ ) to the Clockwork Watch team. She’s working on a major story arc in our transmedia story. More details soon…