S.PETERSEN’S FIELD GUIDE TO LOVECRAFTIAN HORRORS A Field Observer’s Handbook of Preternatural Entities and Beings from Beyond The Wall of Sleep "With its clear visuals and hard-won information, this guide has saved my bacon on more thanvone occasion!"
—Ernest P. Wilderbeast, Visiting Professor of Preternatural Studies Miskatonic University Weird shapes in the... [click here for more]
DURING THE DECADES since H.P. Lovecraft first wrote of the Cthulhu Mythos, many authors have crossed his themes into other genres, enhancing his original vision with stories taking place in the distant past, in the far-flung future, and in myriad places in-between.
Cyberpunk tales are written in dark, gritty, film-noir styles. Their protagonists live and die at the bottom echelon of an electronic... [click here for more]
28 Eldritch Scenes of Lovecraftian Horror for You to Color!
Enjoy coloring an amazing array of scenes, with striking images from H.P. Lovecraft’s stories—and the Call of Cthulhu RPG his imagination inspired (Horror on the Orient Express, Masks of Nyarlathotep, The Fungi from Yuggoth and more).
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THE COMPLETE MYTHOS FICTION OF PIERRE V. COMTOIS
In the glory-days of pulp magazines many editors abused and exploited their writers. They would hand a writer a piece of cover art and ask for a story crafted to match that art. Some of these authors were quite skilled at writing marketable tales, but the prize must go to the extraordinarily versatile Pierre Comtois — always happy to craft a... [click here for more]
THE DECADE OF THE 1950s: while many places in the world are still recovering from the horrors of the Second World War, it is a good time for America. The economy and industry are roaring, the middle class is exploding, and everyone can own their own home. The nation is filled with pride after a hard-won victory. The future never seemed brighter, and yet...
...never before have we faced a global... [click here for more]