Tag Archives: Clockwork Watch
The “Angel Corps Home Coming Parade” event hosted with the Lakes International Comic Art Festival, was one of the main highlights of last year. It gave us a chance to introduce an aspect of our story that had been lurking in the background for the past 8 years. We initially had lofty ideas of how […]
Before Clockwork Watch became a massive graphic novel series, it was a humble film script that told the tale of a white man who fell in love with a black woman, in a world where such an affair was forbidden. That woman embodied the future of humanity, the fate of an angry young Sikh boy, […]
Seems like a “When harry Met Sally” situation, but having editor Corey Brotherson at the helm of Clockwork Watch has changed lives. Here is his annual round up of how we started the project. (Read more…)
A new tentacle in the critically acclaimed Clockwork Watch series.
As the first part of our story concludes, we’ve put together a book that includes every step taken over the past 6-years. Behold the Clockwork Watch Omnibus, a combination of The Arrival, Breakaway, and Countenance, all part of our interactive and participatory storytelling, with a decent dose of and fantastical fun! You can pre-order copies […]
An exclusive black cover for the #SDCC launch of #Countenance as modelled by @CoreyBrotherson.
Final decision has been made, the book is now with our printers. Countenance launches at the 2016 San Diego Comic Con. #SDCC If you pre-order, there is a chance you MAY get a chance to choose your cover.
Introducing Seth, a new character in the Clockwork Watch Steampunk universe. He works with Chan Ranbir at the Department for the Advancement of Sciences, and may look familiar to some of you… Seth’s role bridges the gap between the graphic novel series, and the Clockwork Watch film script. Clockwork Watch: Countenance launches at the 2016 San Diego Comic […]
A sneak peak at a master at work – The Alchemist. This is a character that has been ever present at our live events, but making his first appearance in Clockwork Watch Countenance. Does he look familiar? This is a work in progress pic by Jennie Gyllblad.
Clockwork Watch creator, Yomi Ayeni, is part of the team bringing Steampunk to the Royal Observatory in Greenwich. It’s part of the bicentenary of Longitude, and there MAY be an element of the Clockwork Watch story embedded in the year long celebrations.