This triptych of plaques depicting the Great Old Ones, Yog-Sothoth, Cthulhu, and Hastur, comes to us from Juna Handmade.
"Once we travelled to the Antarctic caves, we expected to find nothing but snow and ice. We explored deep and remote corners of the entire cave network to find a peculiar piece at each cave chamber. All of the tablets were broken into pieces, but once we connected the pieces, they seemed to attach to one another by themselves."
Valara Atran returns to our pages with this glowing Cthulhu tablet, straight from Antarctica.
Your bed is crawling with thousands of skin devouring monsters. To most people household dust mites are just a distasteful fact of life, but a small percentage develop a serious allergy to the little beasts. Such was the case with Jason Hite. He channeled his issues into this giant recreation of the microscopic critters, cast in translucent resin.
I was completely unaware that kappa spirits actually inhabit a variety of environments beyond their well known river dwellings. SweetSign brings us one of the rare desert kappas, complete with its cleverly camouflaged clothing.
Brazilian artist Israel Botelho returns with this grimoire page depicting a fully transitioned deep one. Click through to see the full gallery.
I've been doing this a long time, and after all these years this is the first time I've ever featured Mythos firearms. Quantum Singularity brings us these Cthulhu cultist pistols in .25 ACP. Personally, I think these may be too pedestrian for someone worshiping a dark elder god. I imagine the real nutters are packing something really bizarre, like Chinese-made Mauser C96s chambered in .45 ACP.