“Spain, 1933. Sandra Munt and her friend Elsa travel the world in search of a mysterious and mystical book. But the two friends will face the Nazis, a secret society and a Mysterious Stranger, emerging from his past.“
“George R.R. Martin and Tom Doherty, president and publisher of Tor Books, were in Providence, R.I., last Thursday to receive Brown University Library’s inaugural Harris Award–which “celebrates the influence of literature in pop culture”–and took the opportunity to visit H.P. Lovecraft’s grave.”
A few days ago we posted about Kidthulhu, a new comic raising funds on Kickstarter (now funded)… and now is time for Lovecraft: The Blasphemously, a 48-page comic “that recasts H.P. Lovecraft as a modern-day, kick-ass action hero & alchemist”. It has reached 67% of goal in just 2 days ($6,700 of $10,000) so it will be funded for sure (27 days to go) as it deserves.
Kidthulhu: Tales of Madness is a new 32 pages comic created by Martin E. Brandt II and Charles C Dowd. It’s raising funds on Kickstarter for the #1 as it will be a collection of short stories:
“Kidthulhu is an all-ages story of child hi-jinks, adventure, and weird worlds staring your favorite star born Kidthulhu, his pet shoggoth Shog, and his best friend Capi the Albino Goat of the Woods with 999 Siblings.”
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