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Perhaps no story more defines H.P. Lovecraft’s eldritch hold on speculative fiction than The Call of Cthulhu.

Pronounced: Cthulhu.

First published in 1928, in Weird Tales magazine, this launched what is now known as the Cthulhu Mythos. It was here, as much as his earlier unspeakable horrors like Dagon and The Tomb and The Nameless City, that formed what is today known as Lovecraftian; but it was great Cthulhu that gave this sub-genre it’s definition and a face from which to leer down upon poor, lost humanity.

Told as many of Lovecraft’s stories, as a lost manuscript found again, this highlights many ubiquitous Lovecraft themes such as forbidden knowledge, unspeakable horrors, pre-human civilizations, occultism and secret societies. Readers will also enjoy another mention of the un-mentionable Necronomicon, written by the "Mad Arab" Abdul Alhazred. We are also introduced to the Old Gods and humans who are initiated into this unknowable and blasphemous sect.

Cthulhu is also the origin of many of Lovecraft’s best know quotes such as:

“In his house at R'lyeh dead Cthulhu waits dreaming”

and

“That is not dead which can eternal lie, / And with strange aeons, even death may die”

Cthulhu’s influence on literature and the arts since has been legion, and while I read the two films that jumped out to me was Close Encounters of the Third Kind and, of course, Ghostbusters; but Lovecraft’s stamp on all sorts of fictional media since has been prodigious.

A classic and a MUST read for fans of speculative fiction.

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pronounced: cthulhu.

first published in 1928, in weird tales magazine, this launched what is now known as the cthulhu mythos. it was here, as much as his earlier unspeakable horrors like dagon and the tomb and the nameless city, that formed what is today known as lovecraftian; but it was great cthulhu that gave this sub-genre it’s definition and a face from which to leer down upon poor, lost humanity.

told as many of lovecraft’s stories, as a lost manuscript found again, this highlights many ubiquitous lovecraft themes such as forbidden knowledge, unspeakable horrors, pre-human civilizations, occultism and secret societies. readers will also enjoy another mention of the un-mentionable necronomicon, written by the "mad arab" abdul alhazred. we are also introduced to the old gods and humans who are initiated into this unknowable and blasphemous sect.

cthulhu is also the origin of many of lovecraft’s best know quotes such as:

“in his house at r'lyeh dead cthulhu waits dreaming”

and

“that is not dead which can eternal lie, / and with strange aeons, even death may die”

cthulhu’s influence on literature and the arts since has been legion, and while i read the two films that jumped out to me was close encounters of the third kind and, of course, ghostbusters; but lovecraft’s stamp on all sorts of fictional media since has been prodigious.

a classic and a must read for fans of speculative fiction.

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pronounced: cthulhu.

first published in 1928, in weird tales magazine, this launched what is now known as the cthulhu mythos. it was here, as much as his earlier unspeakable horrors like dagon and the tomb and the nameless city, that formed what is today known as lovecraftian; but it was great cthulhu that gave this sub-genre it’s definition and a face from which to leer down upon poor, lost humanity.

told as many of lovecraft’s stories, as a lost manuscript found again, this highlights many ubiquitous lovecraft themes such as forbidden knowledge, unspeakable horrors, pre-human civilizations, occultism and secret societies. readers will also enjoy another mention of the un-mentionable necronomicon, written by the "mad arab" abdul alhazred. we are also introduced to the old gods and humans who are initiated into this unknowable and blasphemous sect.

cthulhu is also the origin of many of lovecraft’s best know quotes such as:

“in his house at r'lyeh dead cthulhu waits dreaming”

and

“that is not dead which can eternal lie, / and with strange aeons, even death may die”

cthulhu’s influence on literature and the arts since has been legion, and while i read the two films that jumped out to me was close encounters of the third kind and, of course, ghostbusters; but lovecraft’s stamp on all sorts of fictional media since has been prodigious.

a classic and a must read for fans of speculative fiction.

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pronounced: cthulhu.

first published in 1928, in weird tales magazine, this launched what is now known as the cthulhu mythos. it was here, as much as his earlier unspeakable horrors like dagon and the tomb and the nameless city, that formed what is today known as lovecraftian; but it was great cthulhu that gave this sub-genre it’s definition and a face from which to leer down upon poor, lost humanity.

told as many of lovecraft’s stories, as a lost manuscript found again, this highlights many ubiquitous lovecraft themes such as forbidden knowledge, unspeakable horrors, pre-human civilizations, occultism and secret societies. readers will also enjoy another mention of the un-mentionable necronomicon, written by the "mad arab" abdul alhazred. we are also introduced to the old gods and humans who are initiated into this unknowable and blasphemous sect.

cthulhu is also the origin of many of lovecraft’s best know quotes such as:

“in his house at r'lyeh dead cthulhu waits dreaming”

and

“that is not dead which can eternal lie, / and with strange aeons, even death may die”

cthulhu’s influence on literature and the arts since has been legion, and while i read the two films that jumped out to me was close encounters of the third kind and, of course, ghostbusters; but lovecraft’s stamp on all sorts of fictional media since has been prodigious.

a classic and a must read for fans of speculative fiction.

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pronounced: cthulhu.

first published in 1928, in weird tales magazine, this launched what is now known as the cthulhu mythos. it was here, as much as his earlier unspeakable horrors like dagon and the tomb and the nameless city, that formed what is today known as lovecraftian; but it was great cthulhu that gave this sub-genre it’s definition and a face from which to leer down upon poor, lost humanity.

told as many of lovecraft’s stories, as a lost manuscript found again, this highlights many ubiquitous lovecraft themes such as forbidden knowledge, unspeakable horrors, pre-human civilizations, occultism and secret societies. readers will also enjoy another mention of the un-mentionable necronomicon, written by the "mad arab" abdul alhazred. we are also introduced to the old gods and humans who are initiated into this unknowable and blasphemous sect.

cthulhu is also the origin of many of lovecraft’s best know quotes such as:

“in his house at r'lyeh dead cthulhu waits dreaming”

and

“that is not dead which can eternal lie, / and with strange aeons, even death may die”

cthulhu’s influence on literature and the arts since has been legion, and while i read the two films that jumped out to me was close encounters of the third kind and, of course, ghostbusters; but lovecraft’s stamp on all sorts of fictional media since has been prodigious.

a classic and a must read for fans of speculative fiction.

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pronounced: cthulhu.

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told as many of lovecraft’s stories, as a lost manuscript found again, this highlights many ubiquitous lovecraft themes such as forbidden knowledge, unspeakable horrors, pre-human civilizations, occultism and secret societies. readers will also enjoy another mention of the un-mentionable necronomicon, written by the "mad arab" abdul alhazred. we are also introduced to the old gods and humans who are initiated into this unknowable and blasphemous sect.

cthulhu is also the origin of many of lovecraft’s best know quotes such as:

“in his house at r'lyeh dead cthulhu waits dreaming”

and

“that is not dead which can eternal lie, / and with strange aeons, even death may die”

cthulhu’s influence on literature and the arts since has been legion, and while i read the two films that jumped out to me was close encounters of the third kind and, of course, ghostbusters; but lovecraft’s stamp on all sorts of fictional media since has been prodigious.

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pronounced: cthulhu.

first published in 1928, in weird tales magazine, this launched what is now known as the cthulhu mythos. it was here, as much as his earlier unspeakable horrors like dagon and the tomb and the nameless city, that formed what is today known as lovecraftian; but it was great cthulhu that gave this sub-genre it’s definition and a face from which to leer down upon poor, lost humanity.

told as many of lovecraft’s stories, as a lost manuscript found again, this highlights many ubiquitous lovecraft themes such as forbidden knowledge, unspeakable horrors, pre-human civilizations, occultism and secret societies. readers will also enjoy another mention of the un-mentionable necronomicon, written by the "mad arab" abdul alhazred. we are also introduced to the old gods and humans who are initiated into this unknowable and blasphemous sect.

cthulhu is also the origin of many of lovecraft’s best know quotes such as:

“in his house at r'lyeh dead cthulhu waits dreaming”

and

“that is not dead which can eternal lie, / and with strange aeons, even death may die”

cthulhu’s influence on literature and the arts since has been legion, and while i read the two films that jumped out to me was close encounters of the third kind and, of course, ghostbusters; but lovecraft’s stamp on all sorts of fictional media since has been prodigious.

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pronounced: cthulhu.

first published in 1928, in weird tales magazine, this launched what is now known as the cthulhu mythos. it was here, as much as his earlier unspeakable horrors like dagon and the tomb and the nameless city, that formed what is today known as lovecraftian; but it was great cthulhu that gave this sub-genre it’s definition and a face from which to leer down upon poor, lost humanity.

told as many of lovecraft’s stories, as a lost manuscript found again, this highlights many ubiquitous lovecraft themes such as forbidden knowledge, unspeakable horrors, pre-human civilizations, occultism and secret societies. readers will also enjoy another mention of the un-mentionable necronomicon, written by the "mad arab" abdul alhazred. we are also introduced to the old gods and humans who are initiated into this unknowable and blasphemous sect.

cthulhu is also the origin of many of lovecraft’s best know quotes such as:

“in his house at r'lyeh dead cthulhu waits dreaming”

and

“that is not dead which can eternal lie, / and with strange aeons, even death may die”

cthulhu’s influence on literature and the arts since has been legion, and while i read the two films that jumped out to me was close encounters of the third kind and, of course, ghostbusters; but lovecraft’s stamp on all sorts of fictional media since has been prodigious.

a classic and a must read for fans of speculative fiction.

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pronounced: cthulhu.

first published in 1928, in weird tales magazine, this launched what is now known as the cthulhu mythos. it was here, as much as his earlier unspeakable horrors like dagon and the tomb and the nameless city, that formed what is today known as lovecraftian; but it was great cthulhu that gave this sub-genre it’s definition and a face from which to leer down upon poor, lost humanity.

told as many of lovecraft’s stories, as a lost manuscript found again, this highlights many ubiquitous lovecraft themes such as forbidden knowledge, unspeakable horrors, pre-human civilizations, occultism and secret societies. readers will also enjoy another mention of the un-mentionable necronomicon, written by the "mad arab" abdul alhazred. we are also introduced to the old gods and humans who are initiated into this unknowable and blasphemous sect.

cthulhu is also the origin of many of lovecraft’s best know quotes such as:

“in his house at r'lyeh dead cthulhu waits dreaming”

and

“that is not dead which can eternal lie, / and with strange aeons, even death may die”

cthulhu’s influence on literature and the arts since has been legion, and while i read the two films that jumped out to me was close encounters of the third kind and, of course, ghostbusters; but lovecraft’s stamp on all sorts of fictional media since has been prodigious.

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pronounced: cthulhu.

first published in 1928, in weird tales magazine, this launched what is now known as the cthulhu mythos. it was here, as much as his earlier unspeakable horrors like dagon and the tomb and the nameless city, that formed what is today known as lovecraftian; but it was great cthulhu that gave this sub-genre it’s definition and a face from which to leer down upon poor, lost humanity.

told as many of lovecraft’s stories, as a lost manuscript found again, this highlights many ubiquitous lovecraft themes such as forbidden knowledge, unspeakable horrors, pre-human civilizations, occultism and secret societies. readers will also enjoy another mention of the un-mentionable necronomicon, written by the "mad arab" abdul alhazred. we are also introduced to the old gods and humans who are initiated into this unknowable and blasphemous sect.

cthulhu is also the origin of many of lovecraft’s best know quotes such as:

“in his house at r'lyeh dead cthulhu waits dreaming”

and

“that is not dead which can eternal lie, / and with strange aeons, even death may die”

cthulhu’s influence on literature and the arts since has been legion, and while i read the two films that jumped out to me was close encounters of the third kind and, of course, ghostbusters; but lovecraft’s stamp on all sorts of fictional media since has been prodigious.

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pronounced: cthulhu.

first published in 1928, in weird tales magazine, this launched what is now known as the cthulhu mythos. it was here, as much as his earlier unspeakable horrors like dagon and the tomb and the nameless city, that formed what is today known as lovecraftian; but it was great cthulhu that gave this sub-genre it’s definition and a face from which to leer down upon poor, lost humanity.

told as many of lovecraft’s stories, as a lost manuscript found again, this highlights many ubiquitous lovecraft themes such as forbidden knowledge, unspeakable horrors, pre-human civilizations, occultism and secret societies. readers will also enjoy another mention of the un-mentionable necronomicon, written by the "mad arab" abdul alhazred. we are also introduced to the old gods and humans who are initiated into this unknowable and blasphemous sect.

cthulhu is also the origin of many of lovecraft’s best know quotes such as:

“in his house at r'lyeh dead cthulhu waits dreaming”

and

“that is not dead which can eternal lie, / and with strange aeons, even death may die”

cthulhu’s influence on literature and the arts since has been legion, and while i read the two films that jumped out to me was close encounters of the third kind and, of course, ghostbusters; but lovecraft’s stamp on all sorts of fictional media since has been prodigious.

a classic and a must read for fans of speculative fiction.

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pronounced: cthulhu.

first published in 1928, in weird tales magazine, this launched what is now known as the cthulhu mythos. it was here, as much as his earlier unspeakable horrors like dagon and the tomb and the nameless city, that formed what is today known as lovecraftian; but it was great cthulhu that gave this sub-genre it’s definition and a face from which to leer down upon poor, lost humanity.

told as many of lovecraft’s stories, as a lost manuscript found again, this highlights many ubiquitous lovecraft themes such as forbidden knowledge, unspeakable horrors, pre-human civilizations, occultism and secret societies. readers will also enjoy another mention of the un-mentionable necronomicon, written by the "mad arab" abdul alhazred. we are also introduced to the old gods and humans who are initiated into this unknowable and blasphemous sect.

cthulhu is also the origin of many of lovecraft’s best know quotes such as:

“in his house at r'lyeh dead cthulhu waits dreaming”

and

“that is not dead which can eternal lie, / and with strange aeons, even death may die”

cthulhu’s influence on literature and the arts since has been legion, and while i read the two films that jumped out to me was close encounters of the third kind and, of course, ghostbusters; but lovecraft’s stamp on all sorts of fictional media since has been prodigious.

a classic and a must read for fans of speculative fiction.

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