Cinematic Shoggoth Post Card
In the spring of 2013, cartoonist and author Stan! was invited to be a guest at the 18th Annual H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival held at Portland's historic Hollywood Theater. To mark the occasion, Stan! created an print featuring Squammy—the hero of his holiday tale of the Cthulhu Mythos, The Littlest Shoggoth—arriving at the venue for the festivities.
This 5.5" x 8.5" post card features that image in a more affordable (and sharable) format than the prints.
Hang it on your refrigerator, use it as a bookmark, or be REALLY old fashioned, stick a stamp on it, and send it through the snail mail as a . . . *shudder* . . . post card!
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