Based on the episode of South Park titled "Mysterion Rises", in which the Goth Kids are revealed to be part of the cult that welcomes Cthulhu's uprising. The text below them is a quote from the episode, too! Also this work is dedicated to an online buddy of mine, a fellow artist whose username is BloodyWilliam.
Tags: lovecraft, parody, mysterion rises, cthulhu, goth kids
Very lucky shirt design from “LosFutbolko” Howard Phillips Lovecraft Shirts! Howard Phillips Lovecraft August 20, 1890 – March 15, 1937) — known as H.P. Lovecraft — was an American author who achieved posthumous fame through his influential works of horror fiction. Virtually unknown and only published in pulp magazines before he died in poverty, he is now regarded as one of the most significant 20th-century authors in his genre.
Tags: howard, phillips, horror, dark, necronomicon
He was very squat and pot-bellied, his head was more like a monstrous toad than a deity, and his whole body was covered with an imitation of short fur, giving somehow a vague sensation of both the bat and the sloth. His sleepy lids were half-lowered over his globular eyes; and the tip of a queer tongue issued from his fat mouth. Clark Ashton Smith, "The Tale of Satampra Zeiros"
Tags: zealis-bishop, klarkash-ton, spawn, mythos, call-of-cthulhu
"It seems that Yig, the snake-god of the central plains tribes--presumably the primal source of the more southerly Quetzalcoatl or Kukulcan--was an odd, half-anthropomorphic devil of highly arbitrary and capricious nature. He was not wholly evil, and was usually quite well-disposed toward those who gave proper respect to him and his children, the serpents; but in the autumn he became abnormally ravenous, and had to be driven away by means of suitable rites. That was why the tom-toms in the Pawnee, Wichita, and Caddo country pounded ceaselessly week in and week out in August, September, and October; and why the medicine-men made strange noises with rattles and whistles curiously like those of the Aztecs and Mayas." -H. P. Lovecraft and Zealia Bishop, "The Curse of Yig"
Tags: necronomicon, horror, the-curse-of-yig, serpent-man, serpent