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December 8th, 2017 by Cobwebs

Edward Gorey – The Stuff You Missed in History Class podcast looks at Gorey. (Hat tip to Pixel Pixie)

Gifts for Crow Lovers – Suggestions for the corvid fancier on your gift list.

Shit Cassandra Saw That She Didn’t Tell the Trojans Because at that Point Fuck Them Anyway – How far could Cassandra see into the future, anyway? (Hat tip to Bruno)

Altered Carbon Release Announcement – Netflix is doing a series based on Richard Morgan’s Takeshi Kovacs novels.

The Call of Cthulhu Dr. Seuss Style – This is nicely done. (Hat tip to DeVries)

Lizzie – Upcoming thriller based on the Lizzie Borden murders. Since the plot revolves around Lizzie (Chloë Sevigny) and her maid Bridget (Kristen Stewart) being lovers, this is presumably based on Ed McBain’s novel of the same title.

Go to Hell! – Board game in which you try to get Dante through all 9 circles of Hell. (via Jan)

How the Zombie Fungus Takes Over Ants’ Bodies to Control Their Minds – Everybody’s favorite zombie fungus is even more Lovecraftian than we’d thought.

Chuck Tingle’s Shirts for Buds – Tingle T-shirts and a glorious holiday sweater. (Hat tip to Pixel Pixie)

Cockroach Donuts – Instructable for some great-looking Halloween party treats.

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3 Responses

  1. Lydia Says:

    That Altered Carbon series looks quite interesting. I can’t wait to check it out.

    I admire the creativity of those cockroach donuts, but I don’t know that I could get myself to actually eat one. They look so realistic! *shudders*

  2. Pixel Pixie Says:

    I remember eons ago when the pages of that Lovecraft book were being released one at a time. But it looks like the book is available for sale now!

  3. Laurie Brown Says:

    Those donuts look revoltingly realistic! Not sure I have the energy to make them, though.. lots of steps.

    And now I want the Tingle sweater to put on my husband for the gardeners assoc. party tomorrow night.

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