Friday, March 01, 2013

Too Kewl: The Ghast In The Hat

     Or is it Horton hears A Night-Gaunt?  Robb Allen linked to it first but it's too good not to: there's an artist retelling H. P. Lovecraft in the style of Dr. Seuss -- art and rhyme alike!

     R. J. Ivankovic is a genius.  Are they going to freak out at the children's library when these show up?  One can only hope!

     As Ted Geisel, a loyal left-winger of the WW II generation wrote, "Look what we found in the park in the dark.  Will our parents like it?  We don't know."


Jeremy Brock said...

Ooohh. I'd pay actual cash money out of my own pocket for hard copy of those.

Ygolonac said...

Yup, I spotted that some time back via linkage from... uh.. I suspected Mi-Gomanipulation of my memory at this point. :P

This goes well with my other "children's" Lovecraft items, such as "Baby's First Mythos" and the "Cthulhu Coloring Book".

Ohhh, I missed Ken Hite's stuff: "Where the Deep Ones Are", "The Antarctic Express" and "Cliffourd the Big Red God". (All available on Amazon, even.)

There's even parody Tintin covers for Lovecraft's stories online.