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The Chap's April/May 2012 edition goes all Victorian and Steampunk:

  • Cover story: we sent two time travellers on a journey to modern-day Bromley, birthplace of H.G. Wells
  • Interview: Robert Rankin, thrice marrried (to the same lady) eccentric steampunk author and raconteur
  • Full Steam Ahead: the continuing rise of Steampunk as a subculture
  • Gambling: our new Turf correspondent on how to pick a winner at the Grand National
  • Brief Encounters: Fleur de Guerre's brand-new matcmaking column, with personal ads from lovelorn chaps and chapettes
  • Benjamin Disraeli, the dandy prime minister of the Victorian age
  • Cricket: Steve Pittard lchronicles some of the game's silliest injuries
  • Biography: H.G. Wells, the grandfather of science fiction
  • The Bon Vivant: Neil Ridley investigates some pyrotechnic cocktails
  • Grooming - our expert in the bathroom on how to shave with a safety razor
  • The Lip Weasel: Michael "Atters" Attree's new moustache and paranormal column
  • Youth Tribes - Donald Twain assesses young people's attempts to cut a dash
  • Lapse of Panache: Daniel Radcliffe vs Sydney Greenstreet
  • Capes and Cloaks - the history of these noble gentleman's coverings
  • Mr. Bell the Butler dishes out sound advice on sunglasses, trousers and death
  • Eccentric Emporia - curious shopping destinations for Chaps
  • Plus: Am I Chap?, Chap of the Month and news of the Chap Olympiad 2012


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