Welcome to issue #24! This month, I have five Lovecraftian tales for you, an essay by Robert M. Price, the popular comic Cthulhu Does Stuff, and more. Please remember to comment on the stories…it means so much to the authors. Enjoy issue #24!
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cthulhu Does Stuff, #3
a comic strip by Ronnie Tucker & Maxwell Patterson
Echoes From Cthulhu’s Crypt, #2
a column by Robert M. Price
Less a Dream Than This We Know
by Christopher M. Cevasco
The Horror Under the City
by Kevin Crisp
How Rare are Light and Life
by J.T. Glover
The Basalt Obelisk
by Michael Wen
Cosmic Terror from Poe to Lovecraft
an essay by Sandro D. Fossemo
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Publisher & Editor: Mike Davis
Kindle & Nook versions: Kenneth W. Cain
Issue cover, logo, and fonts: Leslie Herzfeld
Website version: Raven Daegmorgan
Story Illustrations: Nick Gucker, Peter Szmer, Lee Copeland, Mike Dominic, Steve Santiago, and Dominic Black
Story Readers: David Binks, Chaz Engan, Vincent LaRosa, Lou Columbus, Mark Robinson, Robert Price
Line Editor: David Binks
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I agree with David’s comment above. That cover with the carnivorous monkey is eerie and freaky looking.
i came to the “Cthulhu Universe” by way of Rpg’s,but now i’m really enjoying reading stuff outside of what i’ve played!
The cover art for issue #24 by Dominic Black is kind of freaking me out because I just re-read Sheridan Le Fanu’s classic horror story “Green Tea“ and the demonic monkey is a haunting creature from hell. I don’t think I’ll ever look at monkeys the way again and avoid them at all cost.
Read, Less a Dream Than This We Know and very good recounting of the final days of H.P. Lovecraft. It brings a very startling take on the great author coming to grips with the horrors he has written about in his final days. A very good telling and an enjoyable read!
Thanks for reading it; I’m glad you enjoyed it!