Cthulhu for Kids (or grown-ups who like Lego)

Introduce your (dark) young to the mind-blowing Great Old Ones and Outer Gods of the Cthulhu Mythos

This is a great depiction of a Chthonian – one of Brian Lumely’s classic monster creations – burrowing up to destroy a city. Many Chthonian attacks throughout history have been mistakenly (or purposefully) attributed to Earthquakes – even in areas where such destructive tremors are not supposed to occur.  Kid safe? Erm, no.

Cthulhu for kids this Chthonian (Brian Lumley) comes burrowing up through Lego to say hello - kid friendly, erm no

One of Brian Lumley’s Chthonian comes burrowing up

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Dark Art: Landscape and settlement savaged by storm monster

Cthulhu Mythos Great Old One Ithiqua or a storm elemental brought into existence by an occult sorcerer

Great Old One or a storm elemental? (artist unknown, please advise so I can credit)

Is this the Great Old One Ithiqua or a storm elemental brought into existence by an occult sorcerer? What do you say?

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Shop now for Dog Eat Dog – a monster of a crime thriller set in the wake of a Cthulhu Mythos apocalypse

 

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A glimpse of the dreaded Necronomicon

Abdul Alhazred’s Kitab al-Azif – The Necronomicon – brought into public light by Skeptical Beowulf

H.P.Lovecraft often wrote of this book. It’s pages form an integral part of Cthulhu Mythos lore.  Many doubt the book’s authenticity or that it even exists.  Many who have managed to study its chaotic pages have gone mad. Others have glimpsed secrets of such potency that the shock leaves them obsessed and repulsed in equal measure.

Abdul Alhazred's Kitab al-Azif - The Necronomicon - brought into public light by Skeptical Beowulf

The Necronomicon by Skeptical Beowulf

For further information on the Necronomicon consult this anti-faq: http://www.digital-brilliance.com/necron/necron.htm

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