TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cthulhu Does Stuff #13
a comic strip by Ronnie Tucker & Maxwell Patterson
Echoes from Cthulhu’s Crypt, #11
a monthly column by Robert M. Price
To Kiss Your Canvas
by W.H. Pugmire
The Sleekit Ones
by Cameron Johnston
Hunger Full and Lean
by J.T. Glover
What the Storm Brings
by Arley Sorg
by Damir Salkovic
In the Forest of the Night
by Alter Reiss
The Mask and the Mirror
by Ethan Carpenter
A Hero’s Welcome
by David Kernot
The Unmistakable Shape of Night’s River
by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.
Back cover illustration
Illustrated by Andrew Mangum, colors by Roy Young
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Issue cover: Peter Szmer
Issue back cover: Andrew Mangum, Roy Young
Graphic design: Leslie Harker
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Story Illustrations: Nick Gucker, Dave Felton, Peter Szmer, Dominic Black, Raven Daegmorgan, Steve Santiago, John Donald Carlucci, Dauny Mandir, Max Martelli
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Another great issue! I can’t wait to get my hands on a print edition. The artwork is amazing!
As always great issue