Cliffourd the Big Red God at a Glance
- A Lovecraft-inspired parody of classic children's literature. Perfect for Lovecraft fans and new parents!
- A silly, squamous story written by Cthulhu-mythos aficionado Kenneth Hite.
- Features playful full-color art by Andy Hopp.
Third in the Mini Mythos Series: More about Cliffourd the Big Red God
Little Wilbur Whateley has the biggest, reddest god in town in this humorous retelling of a familiar children's story. Cliffourd the Big Red God was inspired by H.P. Lovecraft's classic story, "The Dunwich Horror."
This is the third volume of the Mini Mythos series: books that blend familiar children's classics with stories of the Cthulhu Mythos. Written by Kenneth Hite and illustrated by Andy Hopp, this picture book is sure to be a hit with a new generation of Lovecraft fans.
Cliffourd the Big Red God: Excerpt
"I'm Wilbur Whateley and I have a god.
My god is a big red god.
Other folks I know have gods, too. Some are big gods. And some are red gods.
But I have the biggest, reddest god in Dunwich."
Origins Award Nominee – Best Game-Related Publication.
|Atlas Stock #:||AG2705|
|Format:||32-page hardcover with gloss finish, full-color, 10 x 8 1/2 inches (landscape)|
|Release Date:||July 2011|