"Puffed Shoggoths" is a perfect-bound book and features 72 pages of grey-scale artwork from over 50 amazing illustrators, artists and comic makers, all paying tribute to the bleak and terrifying world of H.P. Lovecraft. The cover is in full-colour, on a thick card-stock of the highest quality. Lovecrafts’ written works were filled with monstrous gods, horrifying cults, and an enveloping sense of inescapable doom. Here is the list of amazing illustrators that contributed to this ungodly tome of inescapable evil:
K. Lee Kain
Jasper Van Looveren Baines
Zach Hazard Vaupen
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Hello everyone!! Monsters of the Deep, a zine featuring the work of over 60 artists on the terrifying sea creatures that haunt our nightmares is now live on kickstarter! Please help us fund the printing of this amazing collection of work and get some awesome rewards at the same time!
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This video makes the bold statement: “If things were different then things would be different,” I guess they are advocating that if it were different it would be better, but they never make any argument as to why more marriages is better than fewer. Most egregiously for their argument they assume that on average that women want sex less than men when statistically that exchange can never deviate from a 1:1 ratio (unless we assume there are more woman in the sample population than men, which they do not mention and would not be a result of the argument that contraception has a negative effect on marriage rates) so we must assume that the presenters of this argument are women who dislike sex but want to be married (and have no other qualities other than sex to offer) or that they think contraception tricks women into thinking they like sex