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It sure looks like Beccadex Cosplay is ready to kick some Victorian-era Dark Knight butt while wearing her steampunk-style Catwoman cosplay. Personally, I’m a big fan of steampunk, so I think this costume is pretty cool.

Photo Credit: Casey Tipton

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Tired of carrying a purse while wearing your favorite steampunk ensemble? These fantastic vegan leather boots can help you with that problem. They have pouches! Plural! This design is so clever and cool looking I can’t stand it.

The mid-calf boots have three completely functional pockets with snap closures. They have reasonable one inch heels and would look great with jeans, skirts, and every steampunk and renfaire outfit ever. They’re available in black, brown, and dark red.

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This steampunk prosthetic leg is the incredible design of Christopher Snell who specializes in making all kinds of prosthetics. This one is not one you’ll likely see every day, and features whirring steampunk gears with wood and brass accents that make it look like it’s doing all the work to propel itself. It’s quite a work of art!

Check out the video after the break to see it in action…

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ThinkGeek has updated their exclusive Steampunk t-shirt line to include Batman and Thundercats, or as they’re calling them, Batpunk and Thunderchaps.

Like the other tees in the line, these are black 100% cotton unisex tees and come in sizes S – 3XL.

Product Pages: Batman / Thundercats ($19.99)

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DC Comics goes steampunk with these new ThinkGeek exclusive t-shirt designs. Currently, they have The Flash, Wonder Woman, Green Arrow and Superman. Could Batman be far behind?

They’re available in unisex sizes XS to 3XL. From what I can tell, people are already hoping for a ladies cut on that Wonder Woman tee.

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On Sunday the second annual Geekie Awards took place in Los Angeles, celebrating geek culture with 12 different categories. This year a new category was added that focused on the growing area of geek fashion. The Fashion and Armor category, presented by Vanichi Magazine, was added after awards creator and showrunner Kristen Nedopak saw the fashions people wore on the red carpet at last year’s event.

“As a female geek, I’ve never hidden the side of me that embraces being a woman, and that means dressing up or down when I please. ‘Geek Couture’ has grown tremendously in the last few years, and more women are realizing they can still be geeks and look beautiful too!” Nedopak told Fashionably Geek. “We’re seeing designers getting creative with the art of fashion in these genres, and we wanted to honor that in this year’s show.”

There were five nominees in the category specializing in armor, steampunk, corsetry, and more. The winner will receive a full feature fashion spread in an issue of Vanichi Magazine.

Find out who won and get a glimpse of all the nominees’ stylish, geeky products after the break!

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SkyPirate Creations makes gorgeous accessories and costume pieces from leather and metal. They’ve nailed the steampunk aesthetic, and you can see it in the leather wings they made for their guinea pig Pulguinha. He’s wearing a tremendous set of steampunk leather armor and is ready to protect all of SkyPirate Creations’ merchandise.

More photos of Pulguinha after the break.

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These gorgeous steampunk versions of Disney characters come from the mind of DeviantArtist MecaniqueFairy who has taken everyone to a whole new world. Each character gets steampunk additions that perfectly fit, like goggles on Mickey’s top hat, Tinkerbell with mechanical wings, and Ariel with a breathing mask and finned boots.

See more of our favorites after the break.

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I dig westerns. I dig steampunk. And heck, I dig me some Deadpool. So imagine my glee at seeing these Steampool pictures! What a great and fun idea. The cosplayer is Todd B. Lacey. The photos are by AnimazeGuy-PhotosNXS.

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This 3D Alien Xenomorph suit is the work of UK-based James Burton of XRobots who makes all sorts of science fiction props. This is just the latest of his incredible creations. According to 3D Printing Industry:

This isn’t Bruton’s first Alien suit, he previously constructed a suit by sculpting the parts in clay, creating plaster molds and then casting the parts in latex rubber. While he was happy with the results of his first suit he found it to be messy and time consuming to construct. Additionally the head was extremely heavy and the bodysuit was made of more liquid latex, so it was quite difficult to move around and uncomfortable.

His new Xenomorph project will be constructed in small, individual 3D printed parts that can be easily fit together. By designing his suit in pieces not only can he build it to a size specific for himself, but he can put in closures and connectors so each piece can fit together seamlessly.

See more pictures and the video after the break.

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