Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Doktor A Sneak Peek!

I've mentioned before that Doktor A is one of my all-time favorite artists - steampunk or otherwise - so when I got an e-mail from him this week I *might* have fangirled out a bit. He was inviting me to his New York show opening on October 12th, but sadly I can't be there. SO... I'm posting this as an open plea to any of you geeks planning to be at New York City Comic Con that weekend: GO TO THE SHOW. And then say hi to the good Doktor for me. Maybe take a picture or two for me to drool/cry over. You know, the works.

And just to sweeten the deal, Doktor A sent along a sneak peek that he told me I could blog as an exclusive. MY FIRST EXCLUSIVE, YOU GUYS. (!!) I think it shows that he picked it out special just for this blog, too:

 A steampunk robot and cake. Yep. It's like he knows me.

And here's a peek at one of his most recent figures:

Doktor A's show is on Friday, the 12th of October, from 7 - 10pm at "My Plastic Heart" (210 Forsyth Street, New York, 10002). Remember to tell him Jen from Epbot sent you! 

Oh, and if you can't make it to the show, the Dok will also be at NYCC; look for him at the "My Plastic Heart" booth.


  1. Oh, wow. Love the colors on that figure. I love me some steampunk, but sometimes it gets a bit too mono-chromatic for me. But that? Luscious. Which might be too squishy a word, but whatever. I'm sticking to it.

  2. I'll be at NYCC!! I shall do my best to take lots of pictures. :)

  3. I live in NYC, so I can go to the opening for you! I might not be able to go to the NYCC itself, but I'll do my best to take pictures at the show opening.

  4. I'll be at NYCC on Friday dressed as Lady Sif from Thor, so I'll make sure to stop by his booth and say hi for you. It's my first convention and I decided to go all out and go in a hand made costume.


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