We are now printing the Cthulhu game boards and casting the collectors planchettes, but if you missed it, you can pledge for your Cthulhu Ouija now. The funding campaign was really short (10 days only) so we are allowing new backers for a second batch of shippings. Thanks all for your support!
You can also download the new wallpapers for your desktop:
Download your Cthulhu Talking Board wallpaper: 1280×720, 1920×1080, 1920×1440, 1024×768, 1280×960, 1400×1050, 1440×900, 1600×1200, 1680×1050, 1680×1200, 1920×1200, 2560×1440 (right click and open in a new window, then download the image).
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.”
Support this project and get your Kidthulhu comic!
The Story of Lord Cthulhu is an interesting animation video published last year on Youtube “An Animated sequence describing the Rise of The Great Lord Cthulhu and how He came to be in the Sunken City of R’lyeh and how He will rise again soon and conquer the World.”
This is the new lovecraftian game raising funds on Kickstarter. I really don’t like the “official game” tag (it’s not clear what is happening with the author name and some trademarks out there) but the project is really interesting and these guys know what they do, so take a look to the project and help them to get funded if you like it.
Mike Davis from Lovecraft eZine has been working on a huge list of videogames based or inspired by Lovecraft and Cthulhu Mythos. From Alone in the Dark to The Wasted Land, there are a lot of interesting videogames for fans out there.
Time ago I started a lovecraftian art gallery on the old Cthulhu Project site. I uploaded a lot of awesome lovecraftian pictures with their author credits and links, but soon I noticed that there were too much lovecraftian art out there to keep it on the site. So I decided to change that page and start pinning. Pinterest is really easy to use, and easy to share. Now, the Cthulhu Mythos gallery, that started with one hundred pictures, has overpassed 2250 pins! It’s really awesome to see how much art, products and different things are inspired by the Lovecraft stories! And it keeps growing.
If you like Lovecraft, comics and science, you must look at this: Herald is a new comic book with Lovecraft and Nikolai Tesla teaming up to stop ancient evil… with Earhart, Edison, Einstein, Houdini, Crowley, monsters, cults, magic, tech, and more. You can preorder it now or follow Herald Twitter and Facebook to keep updated. It looks really interesting!