In the light of the stars, a little tomb lay in drowned R’lyehOn Sunday morning, the stars came almost right, and—boom!—out of the crypt came a big and very hungry cthulhupillar.
An artist and lifelong fan of Lovecraftian literature, Ben Mund retells the story of Cthulhu in a humorous and horrific take of classic children’s literature. Read and discover... [click here for more]
“The time is drawing near … we have been reading the signs in the stars, tracking their progress for centuries … we must advance our plan to hold back the darkness … the Horror.”
In “The Cthulhu Conspiracy,” fantasy artist Amanda Kahl takes a whimsical look at the modern infatuation with the most famous of the Great Old Ones and one approach to battling the effects of his imminent... [click here for more]
A is for Azathoth, Who listens to flutesB is for Blighted, Gardner’s farm, leaf to rootC’s for Cthulhu, Mile-high and squishyD is for Deep Ones, Who smell mildly fishy...
An artist and lifelong fan of Lovecraftian literature, Ben Mund teaches the alphabet and important concepts of the Mythos in one fell swoop. From Azathoth to Zhan you'll experience... [click here for more]
Friday the 13th. A writers’ retreat. A secluded cabin in the middle of the woods. A place where even time and space give the finger to the constants of the universe. Six unsuspecting authors. What could go wrong? ... [click here for more]