2016 continues to be an unpredictable mother of a year. I know, for everyone, right? But me and my family have had a few punches thrown that we didn’t see coming, and payments from others are coming due.
One thing that I probably didn’t talk up enough was appearing in TOMORROW’S CTHULHU from Broken […]
I was born between the assassination of JFK and the Apollo moon landing. That’s usually how I mark myself by American events. I could get a little more specific, but this covers the bases, both high and low. Granted, these happenings don’t have the punch that they once did. When I was younger, it […]
So awhile ago, I wrote this story for an anthology that had one of those open calls that you hear about, but never seem to quite work out. I don’t get it. I mean, they wanted stories about the Apocalypse, and boy is this one ever.
I know. They wanted some good ‘ol misery-wallowing, which […]
So, this week.
Anything that I thought I’d be doing hasn’t really gotten done. I’ve more or less started a new job so writing gets put back on a shelf it hasn’t been for some time, that being the back shelf. Stuff will still be happening, but reality makes demands.
And no, I won’t […]
Last of John Coulthart’s art for a bit. Just look at his depiction of R’lyeh above. Stunning stuff.
If you’re at all interested in his work, check out his main website (which sometimes features work NSFW […]
More of John Coulthart’s adaptation of “Call of Cthulhu”, which not only envisions the alien vistas of Lovecraft’s R’lyeh, but the more mundane packaging and commercial products of the era, mixing the two in a way that Lovecraft himself never thought to.
November 1st, 2013 | Tags: art, call of cthulhu, Comics, horror, HPL, John Coulthart, lovecraft | Category: Horrors |
More of John Coulthart’s lovely and chilling Rapidograph work in his adaptation of “Call of Cthulhu”.
I had the good fortune of interviewing Mr. Coulthart for Robot 6 a few years ago and I’m always happy to link to that. Give it […]
A little of John Coulthart’s adaptation of “Call of Cthulhu”
THE STARRY WISDOM contains contributions from several comics folk, most notably among them the two shimmering lights in the firmament of the magickal side of comics creation: Alan Moore and Grant Morrison. Unsurprisingly, the two represent polar opposites of magick as much as they did with their […]
Art by Peter Smith, with design by John Balance
Happy Halloween. We’re going to try a new thing here, where I post stuff on my actual weblog and use Tumblr in a different way. Won’t bore you with reasons […]