An eloquent, poetic memorial to our late friend, the decadent artist W.H. Pugmire. By Edward Morris.
Roots of the Swamp Thing, though it is a horror comic, is one of the most vibrant and colorful collections I own. Though we no longer have Saturday morning cartoons, anytime I have that yearning, I know how to satisfy it. With a solid dose of grimness.
Dark Horse has provided us with a chance to experience the work of a contemporary Japanese master, working at the peak of his form, adapting the work of one of our own beloved past masters.
“Lovecraft inspired this dark, sinister, and other worldly theme that’s pervasive in our culture,” said Lee. “His influences are seen in everything from pirate shows to anime to art, and everything in between.”
It is often a shopworn and tired cliché to say in the wake of one’s passing, “there will never be another like him,” yet in the case of Mark E. Smith there is indeed a perilous chance this statement will bear true. In this milieu it is not hard to imagine the loss of yet another long-standing English tradition.
It quickly became apparent a lot of time and care had been placed into the crafting of this object and I felt it best to approach Oath of Dagon with a certain gravity.
Evolution has led humanity to a tipping point. Unlike other animals, there is a fundamental conflict between what human beings want from the universe (whether it be meaning, order, or reasonableness) and what they find in the universe (indifference and formless chaos).
I have tried to make some varied selections of items off the beaten path, some enjoyable by anyone and some for the discerning Lovecraftian. Anyway, take this is the spirit of the Cthulhumas holidays!
Click here to read H.P. Lovecraft’s notes on his novella “At the Mountains of Madness”!
“If you’re a fan of Conan and Red Sonja and wish they’d appear in a Lovecraftian tale, this is probably the book for you.” — Kirkus
What was it about these two non-descript men that intoxicated millions? Plus a fascinating list that details ten facets of Lovecraft’s dream life.
There are strange Lovecraftian happenings at the WaterFire event in Providence! Limited copies of this book will be available for sale at the NecronomiCon Providence convention, and posters of the cover art will also be available.
“Attached you find the aforementioned plateau of Leng and an isometric dungeon map, that mixes Lovecraftian horror with Ridley Scott’s Prometheus theme – an intriguing mix, if I may say so…”
Sculptor Joe Broers has done it again! His new “King in Yellow” statue is now available for sale.
Both Lovecraft and Giger dredged the hereditary memories of immemorial fear. Like the Grecian god Charon, they poled the haggard ferryboat to the dark underworld. Upon their return, each man captured in his respective mediums – Lovecraft in prose and Giger in paint – hints of the demons and dreamscapes that vibrate with life beyond the prosaic world.