Note: This Cthūlhūs is declined like Panthūs. The vocative singular Cthūlhū may be used for the nominative singular (not too unlike: vocative-form μητίετα, which is an epithet of Zeus and used as nominative singular; the Iu part of the nominative singular Iuppiter, which was originally vocative).

(Fons Imaginis.)


C Is for Cthulhu: The Lovecraft Alphabet Book, by Jason Ciaramella, illustrated by Greg Murphy, ComixTribe, 2015. Cover art by Greg Murphy, info: comixtribe.storenvy.com.

"A high-quality board book featuring gorgeous Lovecraft-themed illustrations for every letter of the alphabet. C is for Cthulhu is a gorgeously illustrated, premium alphabet board book, featuring monsters and characters inspired by the mythos of H.P. Lovecraft. C is for Cthulhu is written by Jason Ciaramella, Eisner Award nominated author of comics and graphic novels (The Cape, Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters, Magic: The Gathering), and illustrated by Greg Murphy, a brilliant digital artist and illustrator working in the video game industry."

Okay, I knocked this out in a couple of hours after the internet shenanigans of last night. If I had posted this five minutes later, it wouldn’t be funny anymore because everyone would have already forgotten about The Dress thingy. So, here’s an adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Colour Out of Space” from the September, 1927 issue of Amazing Stories.