'I've enjoyed steampunk — everything except the name. . . . "Steampunk," which I think started as a joke take on cyberpunk and then caught on, is not that. These are gentleman and gentlewoman adventurers in the tradition of Jules Verne and H.G. Wells. There's nothing "punk"-ish about it. Unfortunately, after we settled on the title Legenderry: Steampunk Adventure I came up with "Steampulp," which would have been more perfect title, since it encapsulates what we were trying to do.' -- Bill Willingham
Issue #3 - "Victory at Sea"
The shady individuals the next table over, the ones with an eye on Magna, realize they'll need to capture her for something called the "Black Mass." To that end, they unleash Dr. Moreau's animals to create the mother of all distractions.
Issue #4 - "Jungle Tales"
Magna's sister, by the way, is the adventurer Sonja, who Magna's been on a quest to find since issue 1.
Seven days later, Magna and the Phantom finally reach Port Defiance, from which she'll continue on her own in search of her mysteriously vanished sibling: