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It is London, 1885 — an alternate history, where the computer age has come 150 years early. In this world of airships, automatons, and computational engines, a family of Victorian science geniuses match wits and weapons against a criminal mastermind for the fate of the Empire. Continue Reading >>
It is London, 1885 — an alternate history, where the computer age has come 150 years early. In this world of airships, automatons, and computational engines, a family of Victorian science geniuses match wits and weapons against a criminal mastermind for the fate of the Empire. << Show Less
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Missives from the World of BRASS, Episode 4: The Antiquarian’s Bookstore The latest in our new BRASS miniseries features special guest Larry Albert (Harry Nile, Dr. Watson in Imagination Theatre&#8217;s Sherlock Holmes) in the role he originated, the loathsome Antiquarian. When an assassin arrives at his bookstore, the bilious bibliophile must find a way to turn a killer into a customer.
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Missives from the World of BRASS, Episode 4: The Antiquarian’s Bookstore The latest in our new BRASS miniseries features special guest Larry Albert (Harry Nile, Dr. Watson in Imagination Theatre&#8217;s Sherlock Holmes) in the role he originated, the loathsome Antiquarian. When an assassin arrives at his bookstore, the bilious bibliophile must find a way to turn a killer into a customer.
Missives from the World of BRASS, Episode 3: Vinegar Tom and Holt In the third episode of our new mini-series, the plot thickens as two rogues-for-hire compare notes on their new employer, the enigmatic Angel of Blood.
Missives from the World of BRASS: Episode 2, Vincent Law London's most louche crime lord Vincent Law shares thoughts from his private diary, including meditations on style, crime and the shocking revelation that he is being stalked by an unlikely admirer. Featuring Tadd Morgan, with original music by Bruce Monroe.

Missives from the World of BRASS, Chapter One: Lady Brass’s Guide to Sleuthing In the first of our new BRASS limited series, Lady Brass gives a short primer in how to solve mysteries–or at least, the ones she considers worth solving. Starring Kate Kraay as Lady Brass, with original music by Bruce Monroe.
BRASS: Synopsis, Season One Need a refresher on the world of BRASS? Here&#8217;s a fully-produced synopses featuring some of our favorite scenes from Season One.
BRASS: An Audio Teaser Yes, yes, we know that BRASS concerns a family of Victorian science heroes matching wits and weapons with a mysterious Crime Minister, but what&#8217;s it ABOUT? Here&#8217;s a quick Season One teaser to give you a taste!
BRASS Episode 40: A Curtain Falls Lord Whitestone visits Parliament, Gwendolyn has some social calls, and the family has breakfast together. Pretty much how you might imagine things conclude.
BRASS Episode 39: Rites of Spring Lord Brass has tea, Lady Brass sees to an an exit, Gwendolyn arranges an entrance, and Mechanical Badgers.
BRASS Episode 38: Missions and Statements Lord Brass gives a speech, Cyril visits a newspaper, and the Crime Minister reveals his plans for retribution.
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