After untold eons of being out-of-print, some printing happened and now The Steampunk Literary Review makes it's triumphant return!
Issue #001 will at long last stand aside it's successor issues as it sits on shelves!Are you new to the review? Or perhaps an avid collector? Either way this bundle of all 3 currently existing issues will prove a great place to start and/or end.
CAUTION! This comic contains mild profanity and some sexual references and as such may not be suitable for the young or easily offended.
Not a Review, not literary, and probably not steampunk really, the SLR is the first anthology of Geof's steampunk works ... but disguised as a literary review because he thought it would be more steampunk that way.
Spanning pieces from several issues of the SteamPunk Magazine, crammed with fake adverts as well as a contribution to Jamie Smart's Fat Chunk anthology and of course with an excerpt and review of the fictional erotic magazine "Very Ankles!", issue #001 of this series was Doctor Geof's first colour publication!
Praise for The Steampunk Literary Review:
"Perhaps only once in every century is Mankind fortunate enough to be gifted with a single piece of literary genius. A spark of infinite brightness, shining diamond-pure and illuminating an otherwise dim and uninspired firmament. That we should, at this grim period of history, be honoured by the so-timely arrival of The Steampunk Literary Review is a matter for national rejoicing. Let us fall down upon our knees and give thanks for Dr Geof, for whom no words of mine could be sufficient to offer our heart-felt praise.Cometh the hour, cometh the manAnd things of that nature generally.God bless us every one.God bless you, Dr Geof." - Robert Rankin (Thank you Kindly)
"delightful whimsy" - Kirsty Alan
"an absolute masterpiece"- Jamie Smart
"Fanciful historical good-natured nonsense" - James Bacon Forbidden Planet International
"Not what I expected" - Kimberly Richardson The Steampunk Chronicle