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Have you ever wondered about the early years of Great Cthulhu? What was his origin? From whence did he plunge to earth, and why? Well, now you can find out, direct from the pen of the illustrious author and graphic novelist Neil Gaiman. The story is entitled “I, Cthulhu”, and contains a dictated account by the Great Old One himself to his servant Whateley. Continue reading
One of Lovecraft’s most famous works of literature, and certainly his longest, is the magnificent novelette At the Mountains of Madness. This work is one of the best examples of a particular facet of the Cthulhu Mythos: the survival of … Continue reading
A brief reading guide to HP Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos writings, along with where to get them and what to read. Continue reading
Today marks a sad, sad day. On this exact day, separated by approximately 2,000 years, two of the most interesting and inspirational characters in history died. In 1937, Howard Phillips Lovecraft, the father of modern horror, died of intestinal cancer. … Continue reading