“The higher dimensions of hyperspace may be beyond the edge of the known universe or a few millimeters away from us, folded, tucked away in our existing space-time. Such a concept would explain how Yog-Sothoth exists in spaces we do not know, spaces that are in between those we know. Additionally, manifestations of Yog-Sothoth are frequently described as being an iridescent collection of spheres or bubbles. This may be an attempted manifestation of Yog-Sothoth, making an effort to squeeze into our space-time.”
We continue adding products to our Cthulhu Shop guide, which is featuring now more than 400 lovecraftian products from original sellers and artists (it’s a guide with direct links to the original sellers). And it’s always awesome. Last additions: Cthulhu Cookie Cutter by Teptec Studios for Cthulhu Webshop (absolutely cool) and the Cthulhu Period Panties (incredible!) aside of our original Cthulhu Talking Board, now available on our store.
Where’s Cthulhu? Arkham Parade is the new project raising funds on Kickstarter. It’s about building Arkham in retro style, pixel by pixel, dot by dot:
Everybody is around the Miskanotic river and the University campus to join the Arkham Parade, while the cultists cross the river with the big balloons: the Elder Thing, Cthulhu, Dagon… they are proud of their gods and entities and everybody is coming to join the party!
Take a look to the project and discover more about the artwork and the interactive contents. You can get the poster, stickers, puzzle and magnets, there are a lot of rewards available starting at $26.
Don’t miss these projects: Chaos of Cthulhu ($54) is ending in a few days “is the Necromicon mix-and-match dice game designed by Darth Rimmer and produced by Imp House”. And Wake Up, Cthulhu! is another cool board game ending really soon (only 24 hours left right now), it’s available on Verkami from €22 (±$23), an european crowdfunding site (it works like Kickstarter). Wake Up, Cthulhu! is already funded and now it’s unlocking new stretch goals.
And there’s a new project called Cthulhu Dice Tower by Fred Fields “Cthulhu may sleep and wait, but he can also assist your die rolls” which you can get unpainted for $99 or painted by Fred Fields from $599.
About us, our “Who Is Lovecraft?” project was canceled and we will relaunch it soon, right now we are working for a improved campaign and product. In the meantime, we will announce a little project… soon! So please stay tuned!
“Who is Lovecraft?” is a tribute to our favourite author on his 78th Anniversary.
La Mano horror festival will celebrate the II Lovecraft Day in Spain, a special event with a full day dedicated to the cosmic horror master, on March 14th. You can join the new “summon Cthulhu” contest and win a Cthulhu Talking Board, as a result of our collaboration with La Mano.
More info in La Mano website.