Portraits From the Steampunk Planet of the Apes

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Chet Phillips imagines an alternate Victorian Era that's not only filled with rayguns and steam-powered contraptions, but also shows that technology being operated by furry-faced monkeys.

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Phillips' series "Steampunk Monkey Nation" is available on Etsy for $18 a print, or $8 for the entire pack of collectible cards, each containing the respective monkey's bombastic name, favored technologies, and backstory. Phillips also has a second simian series, "World War Monkey."

[Chet Phillips' Etsy via Drawn!]

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are there any true steampunk films? i know of novels and graphic novels and games etc.