Cthulhu vs the Editorial department

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This illustration is based on a story I wrote for Arsenic Lullaby, in which an ancient god, Cthulhu, shows up at a newspaper editors office to complain that his evil deeds keep going unnoticed. He goes on to complain that Satan is a household name, while he, despite being just … (read more)

This illustration is based on a story I wrote for Arsenic Lullaby, in which an ancient god, Cthulhu, shows up at a newspaper editors office to complain that his evil deeds keep going unnoticed. He goes on to complain that Satan is a household name, while he, despite being just as evil, is stuck in obscurity. The editor works out a deal, for the sake of not having to hear him rant and moan any longer.
Originally illustrated "old school" with pencil and brush at 11 x 12 inches, then colored with photoshop. This file is 300 dpi and 2000 x 2004 pixels
This file is 300 dpi and 2000 x 2996 pixels


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