Bludgeon's Best is a manufactured manufacturer, a fabricated fabricator, a pretense on which to hang Steampunk art. The (fake) official history is this:
Benefice Bludgeon started making steam powered human replacement organs in the 19th century and with the relative success of the Steam Pancreas, Bludgeons Best was born.
This success, despite the mixed results steam organs had demonstrated, led Benefice to expand his line to include most of the useful organs, excluding the brain and genitalia, and one useless one--the steam appendix, never a big seller.
Today, Bludgeon's Best is a highly diversified company, straddling the globe from Burma to British Guiana.
Bludgeon's Best is the business name for the one-of-a-kind handmade steampunk art made by Jonathan Combs. This includes PL&P impaler stakes, Zombie Dropperz, the Piece-maker Cannon Zombie Obliterator, the Zombie Toaster, the Benefice Ætherships, and the Walking Death Stick.
In addition to the handmade items, we also offer Aether Needle postcards, Bludgeon's Best Steam Heart posters, and the Limited Edition "To Seattle by Air" Archival Giclée Print (in an edition limited to 50). These are available starting at $10.00 in my Etsy store.
Clothing with Bludgeon's logo and related images is available in my CafePress store with prices starting at $12.99.
Prezda, Lord, and Pasda Ammunition Company of Pointblank, Texas was acquired by Bludgeon's Best just prior to the first Western Zombie Wars, a stroke of luck that allowed Bludgeon's to weather falling sales and numerous liability lawsuits in its core steam human organ business.
This situation was reversed after some unfortunate design decisions made by PL&P during the post-Western War period known as the Age of Zero Zombie Tolerance.
Currently the Musée de Bludgeon's is restoring the last surviving example of the famous PL&P Piece-Maker Mk. 13D Zombie Obliterator
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