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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by SuperDuck, Jul 27, 2005.
Nice. Thank you for sharing.
have you see the cthulhu slippers?
I, for one, welcome our plush cthulhu overlord
Looks like the Cthulu on the Pokethulu shirt a friend of mine has...
Is this like the new Pokemon, and I haven't heard of it yet?
H.P. Lovecraft would be proud !!!
Apparently the Cthulu is a sore loser. Do you go insane when you look at it?
That's bad ass. I love the chess scene
Cute little demon.
Can... I buy... some pot off... you?
J/K, but really...
The Cthulhu mythos predates Pokemon by about 80 years... the character Cthulhu predates humankind.
"The Cthulhu Mythos is a name given to the superficial elements of Lovecrafts fiction: the extraterrestrial gods, the magical grimoires, and the fictional New England towns. However, Lovecraft never used the term Cthulhu Mythos, on rare occasions referring to this series of connected stories as his Arkham cycle. The term Cthulhu Mythos was probably coined by August Derleth (or perhaps Clark Ashton Smith) after Lovecrafts death. As such, one could easily make the argument that Lovecraft never wrote any Cthulhu Mythos stories.
These superficial elements have been used by a multitude of writers, several of them members of the Lovecraft Circle. The mythos has so captured the imaginations of people that it is perhaps better known (and more widely read) than Lovecrafts own work. Indeed, many items of popular culture that claim to be inspired by Lovecraft are, in reality, more inspired by the mythos. The works of H.P. Lovecraft and those of the Cthulhu Mythos should be considered as two completely different phenomena."
wow!! i want one , where did u get it from??
Sexy. I want one.
Just google it. They are like $20.00
Yeah, mine was a gift; I believe my friend said he got it on eBay. If you Google, you can find Christmas Cthulhu, Super Cthulhu, Goth Cthulhu...
OMG, CTHULHU HAS RISEN FROM R'LYEH, WERE DOOOOOOOOOOMED, DOOOOMED ITELL YA!!....