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."

2 comments:

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.