Who Do That Cthulhu That You Do So Well?

So I just finished Paul Stanley’s autobiography Face the Music: A Life Exposed. I’m an old school Kiss fan and it was a great read. The works of H.P. Lovecraft are never far from my mind, and since Kiss has had so many replacement members over the years, I can see them going out on tour with Cthulhu at some point if Gene Simmons isn’t quite feeling demonic enough. Then again, I can see and elder god fronting his own act. Dread Cthulhu and His All Shoggoth Band? I’d at least check them out on Spotify.

It occurred to me that it has been awhile since I’d posted to the site. I’m still drawing up a storm, but I’ve been focused on long form works, stuff that will eventually end up in mini-comics, and I even have a standard-sized floppy comic in the works. I miss the relatively immediate gratification of posting here, so I’m returning to the practice.

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More of the Lost Children’s Stories of H.P. Lovecraft

Yes, the kids do love a good puke gag, don’t they? And, like everyone else, the kids love a good sequel (think more Star Trek II and  less Star Trek V), so at long last here’s my followup to “The Lost Children’s Stories of H.P. Lovecraft.” That previous strip pulled in quite a bit of traffic, particularly from those with an eldritch bent, but if you haven’t seen it, you can check it out right here.

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