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François Baranger Sep 16
In exactly one month the French version of the 1st volume of my illustrated Lovecraft's "At the mountains of madness" will be released. So it's time to reveal the cover. :) For all the other langage versions, release date will depend on each foreign publisher.
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Braian Malfatti 8h
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Monsieur Bouboule 17h
What’s fun with is that you can see the making of your work 👌 Supposed to be even if it does not look like him... 🦑🦑🦑
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midnight blue Sep 20
The Black Goat of the Woods with a Thousand Young
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Kurt Loder Sep 19
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Christian Matzke Sep 20
For my Call of Angell Box project I hit a new level of nerdy: a postcard, addressed to a character, describing a dream from an M.R. James story (which itself reads like a reference to King's 'It'). Still needs a penny stamp but I had to share!
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Author🦑John DeLaughter⚔️ Sep 20
🦑The Vermont myths differed little from the universal legends of fauns, dryads & satyrs; Wild Wales hinted at strange & terrible hidden races of troglodytes & burrowers. They point to the dreaded Mi-Go or “Abominable Snow-Men” who lurk in the Himalayas🎨nightserpent🦑
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Kevin Broden Sep 20
Anyone whose read know this not a good thing.
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Andra(ss) Sep 20
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Lee Peacock Sep 19
Including some of H.P. 's papers -
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Natalie Norment/Alicia Morgan Sage 2h
May I introduce Moira Magnust, a 1,000 year old priestess and magician. She is the only human to accept all of the knowledge Cthulu offered and remain sane. Blessed with his powers, she became immortal and started a cult in his honor.
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Natalie Norment/Alicia Morgan Sage 2h
Pondering if I should read The Dunwich Horror or At The Mountains of Madness first.
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BADWOLFOMEGA💀THE DEAD TRAVEL FAST Sep 16
"Pickman's Model" short story by H. P. , written in September 1926 and first published in the October 1927 issue of Weird Tales. It was adapted for television in a 1971 episode of the Night Gallery anthology series, starring Bradford Dillman.
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Midgeman 5h
Had a big old blast with Call of Cthulhul today! Session started with a funeral and ended up with a Player going invisible after being trapped in a mausoleum. Would day GMing
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Joel Baez-Marty 13h
Oh my....well...I believe the time has come 😱
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Author🦑John DeLaughter⚔️ Sep 19
🦑Obtuse gaps filled the promontories. Artificial regularities appeared in the curtain of stones, wrought of minds not fettered by the trite constrictions of tri-dimensional thought. The ruins languished in their antiquity, old when the stars were young🎨James Pinkett🦑
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Yamin Ahamed Sep 19
It's Mountains of Madness all over again.
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HPPodcraft.com Sep 13
Join us as we get all the necro-feels from The Loved Dead by C.M. Eddy and
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Anne Cleeland 11h
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Carnival of Horror Sep 16
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