2D Goggles, or The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage starring Charles "Father of the Computer" Babbage and proto-programmer Ada Lovelace. The mathematically inclined pair battle the evils of street music and economic collapse while occasionally pausing to debug their difference engine.
Now Babbage and Lovelace face their greatest foe -- the Vampire Poets. They're an apt enemy at least for Miss Lovelace, the sole legitimate child of the poet Lord Byron, who was himself the inspiration for the titular bloodsucking nobleman in John William Polidori's novella "The Vampyre" (which, in turn, greatly influenced Bram Stoker's Dracula). Padua has released the introduction to the newest Lovelace/Babbage tale, which is, appropriately, written in verse.
Be sure to read the notes at the bottom for actual Victorian poetry featuring Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace.
Lovelace and Babbage vs. The Vampire Poets [2D Goggles]