The New Wilde Imagination Imperium Park Line is Here! – Steampunk Fashion

Wilde Imagination Steampunk – Imperium Park

The new Wilde Imagination Steampunk line, Imperium Park is out. You can find Imperium Park here

Inspired by the fashions of Steampunk with a story that could have originated from the pen of Jules Verne himself – Wilde Imagination presents Imperium Park. It’s our newest line of dolls, fashions, and accessories, each designed by award-winning artist Robert Tonner, and unlike anything you’ve ever seen before – a world where fashion collides with technology – and the doll world will never again be the same.

The Story

During the Great War, when the days turned dark and stifling hot as life on the planet began to die, the remnants of the human population began to re-emerge. And the one bright spot was Imperium Park – situated within the enlightened city of the New Britain, and home to Theodora Curiosity Bennett and her brother Phineas Jules.

Theodora and Phineas live with their Uncle, Professor Kingsley Avery Knightsblood. A brilliant scientist, Professor Knightsblood took in his niece and nephew after their parents were killed in a skirmish with a Beastealiax patrol when the children were six and eight. Both Theodora and Phineas adore their uncle.

Beatrice Watkins is the beautiful assistant to the Professor, and both children think she’d be a great match with their uncle. However, Beatrice is in love with Captain Negal Willow Dubbits, the head of the New Britain Protection Corps. Although the Professor feels the same, he has never let Beatrice know for fear that his enemies could use her against him.

Treasure is an automaton. She is one of the few relics to survive the Great War. Treasure was built with a clockwork mechanism and although automatons are not rare in the New Britain (they are generally used as house servants), Treasure is special. Extremely beautiful and fragile, she holds within her all of the old knowledge that was supposedly lost during the time before. Professor Knightsblood’s life work is to unravel Treasure’s secrets.

Just as the Professor is beginning to understand Treasure, she is stolen by the Beastealiax. Theodora and Phineas hold a secret to where she might be – but can they save her before she’s destroyed? It will take all of their training and ingenuity to get her back. …read more here

Air Ship Captain (outfit only)

The Characters

Professor Kinsley Avery Knightsblood – A brilliant scientist and uncle to Theodora and Phineas

Theodora – the sister

Phineas – the brother

Bolts – the automaton handyman for Professor Knightsblood

Treasure – the automaton and holder of the old knowledge

Beatrice Watkins – the beautiful assistant of Professor Knightsblood

Captain Nigel Willow Dubbits – the head of the New London Protection Corps

Rhadish Vileloom – ruler of the Beastealiax

Bastrid Vileloom – son of Rhadish

Nocturna Vileloom – daugher of Rhadish

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Robert gave this preview of two of the figures not long ago if you’d like to see the prototypes in dimension:

About Kevin von Duuglas-Ittu

Director of Social Media for the Tonner Doll Company, Inc. You can find me on Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/108802069053908824216 or on Twitter as @mediasres

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Written by Kevin von Duuglas-Ittu. Posted in Imperium Park, Steampunk, Wilde Imagination

Published on March 12, 2012 with 4 Comments

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  1. Hey there just wanted to give you a quick heads up and let you know a few of the images aren’t
    loading correctly. I’m not sure why but I think its a
    linking issue. I’ve tried it in two different browsers and both
    show the same outcome.

    • thanks – we will check into this

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