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jakesheadwarning:

The monsters, ghosts, and ghouls of the Real Ghostbusters 80s cartoon show. Nobody did scary stuff like this at the time. Still some of the best animation I’ve ever seen.

CTHULHU?

markerslinger:

I made these.

I-I made them for y-you Tumblr.

ACCEPT MY LOVE.

Happy V Day.

-M

I saw this on a shirt once. I want it.

I saw this on a shirt once. I want it.

hiddentavern:

Godzilla Vs. Cthulhu by PaulHanley

hiddentavern:

Godzilla Vs. Cthulhu by PaulHanley

greyusurper:


Godzilla vs. Cthulhu colorby aquilianranger
heroesandvillainscomicsandgames:

Alex - Who do you think would win????

heroesandvillainscomicsandgames:

Alex - Who do you think would win????

oupacademic:

“He published only one novella in book form during his life, yet his influence on modern horror has been huge. There is no Stephen King without Lovecraft, no Ridley Scott Alien series, no body-horror, no X Files, no Guillermo del Toro films. Thousands of writers continue to use Lovecraft’s cosmogony of alien gods. He has influenced contemporary philosophy, Goth and Black Metal music, Japanese manga, and there are even religions that worship Lovecraft’s fictional god ‘Cthulhu’.”
Roger Luckhurst on the gothic language of H. P. Lovecraft on the OxfordWords blog.

oupacademic:

“He published only one novella in book form during his life, yet his influence on modern horror has been huge. There is no Stephen King without Lovecraft, no Ridley Scott Alien series, no body-horror, no X Files, no Guillermo del Toro films. Thousands of writers continue to use Lovecraft’s cosmogony of alien gods. He has influenced contemporary philosophy, Goth and Black Metal music, Japanese manga, and there are even religions that worship Lovecraft’s fictional god ‘Cthulhu’.”

Roger Luckhurst on the gothic language of H. P. Lovecraft on the OxfordWords blog.

spankzilla85:

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