Filed under: Robots, Steampunk | Tags: Arcana Comics, Barnaby Ward, Frogchildren Studios, graphic novel, Kevin Hanna, Sean O'Reilly, Steampunk, The Clockwork Girl trailer
Frogchildren Sudios and Arcana Comics have given life to the award winning (and one of my favorite) graphic novels, The Clockwork Girl. (You can read my review from a previous post here) Directed by Kevin Hanna and produced by Sean O’Reilly, the novel’s creators, and with art direction by Barnaby Ward it should be fabulous and true to the original. Be sure to check out the teaser preview. It is a little short, but sweet!
Here is the short summary …”the story of a nameless robot girl who has recently been given the gift of life from her creator. While exploring the wonders of an ordinary world she meets an amazing monster boy and they share a friendship that must overcome their warring families.”
I will definitely be looking forward to this one!
Filed under: Oddities, Robots | Tags: bizarre, Christmas toy, Father Christmas Robot, old fashioned toy, robot, Santa Claus, tin plate, Toy Post
What young child wouldn’t be thrill to find this charming toy under the tree on Christmas morning? The “Santa-Bearer-of-Doom-and-Destruction” or as it’s listed in the catalogue: “Father Christmas Robot,” can be ordered from Toy Post.
To be fair, this toy is listed for adult collecters only. It was made using traditional methods for tin plating, and does not meet current child safety regulations, sorry kids.
Toy post is actually a very cool UK based shop that specializes in old-fashioned and traditional toys and games. They have a fabulous selection of wooden and old tin plate and metal toys too. But this guy…he definitely tops the freaky list!
Always dreamed of having C-3P0, Bender Rodriguez, or Robby the Robot serve hors d’oeuvres at your birthday party? stand in for you in biology class? oversee the vows at your wedding? Well now you can have the next best thing…
At Florida Robotics you can rent or purchase a robot from their large collection. All their bots have the ability to walk, talk, play music or audio samples and interact with your guests, as well as having the always cool, very essential, pitch-altered voice transmitter.
Optional add-ons include: water squirters, video monitor/ camera, scrolling display, sound effects, holiday decorations, two-way audio, and of course fiber optic hair.
Unfortunately, you might have some difficulty getting them across the border!