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Are you playing Mansions of Madness Second Edition? The app driven board game has been a big seller, and Fantasy Flight Games has announced the first full expansion will arrive in early 2017.
Eldritch Horror is the game that keeps making me insane each and every time I play it. Then again, that is kind of the point of the game. The expansions released so far have been a blast, and early next year, we’ll be able to go to The Dreamlands.
Playing games set in the world of Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos continues to be a big deal. Fantasy Flight already has Eldritch Horror, the Call of Cthulhu card game, Elder Sign, and others, and now the company is set to take us back to Arkham with Arkham Horror: The Card Game.
“What director would you most like to see take on a Lovecraft tale in movie form?”
H.P. Lovecraft’s long-lost manuscript, The Cancer of Superstition, has only been talked about in hushed tones since 1926 when it disappeared following the death of Harry Houdini. Now, thanks to a private collector, the manuscript has been found, and is going on the auction block.
Everyone knows that coffee is the work of pure evil. So why not drink your morning Cup of Joe, from a coffee mug fitting an elder god?
In a partnership with Markerstone Pictures, Romark Entertainment has secured the rights to the critically acclaimed comic book series HERALD.
Set in the 1900’s, Providence is the new horror comic by writing legend Alan Moore. Inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft, it’s expected to be creepy gothic horror. Does it succeed? How smart do you need to be to read it? Your review waits!
I was thrilled when I saw that Dynamite Entertainment’s new Reanimator was basing the Herbert West character more on the mad scientist from the original H.P. Lovecraft stories. The first issue was a fun introduction, sticking close to the characterization while also bringing Dr. West into modern times. Is the second issue as fresh or does it need a jolt of life? Read the review to find out.