TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cthulhu Does Stuff #15
a comic strip by Ronnie Tucker & Maxwell Patterson
The Last Leaves
by Derek Wentz
by Christopher M. Cevasco
by Justin Munro
The Thing in the Corner
by David A. Anthony
The Pardon of the Fogs
by Cora Pop
by D.B. Poirier
The Voice of Zarnak
by Rick Lai
White Light Panic
by Phillip J. Johnson
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