If you’re reading this publication we share one thing in common and that is we both likeRetrofuturism. Itdoesn’t matter if it is a genre or subgenre, no matter if it is only one, several or all.
You, us and the rest of those who have hooked in this way, we did it by the same door: the rst thematic im
-age that we saw, it caught us and we begin to explore the intricate universe of the bastard sons of cyberpunk.Maybe you are attracted to the root, since its origins, perhaps the literature of H.G. Wells or Julio Verne; youcan even without being fond of history, science, philosophy or the arts, it’s irresistible to feel some attraction tothe aesthetics of a retrofuturistic movement. This is our third issue and November 2010 seems so distant, when Brigadier Bennet Winterman appeared for
the rst time, then came December accompanied by Chocolate. January just gave time to append a Germantouch to an already underway history and later in February came a joke called “The Rápido of Sabine”. There began the adventure that gave birth “El Investigador” in March and that brought us to this restructur
ing that we hope you enjoy. In addition after ve months of work and in the middle of a rain of conventions,
meetings and other events of the movement, we are nervous, and excited - we must confess - presenting you
a small preview of our project “Retrofuturism: 1875”; a preview of our series “Reward” set in the Weird Wild West written by N. Inmunsapá and soon adapted into comic format.
Hoping that this edition meets the expectations of everyone; both the people that committed and work in this
magazine, like yours, that read us just now.
Be sure to do so in the future where, month to month, we continue to investigate in the past. That will certainly be our Reward.