It’s A Cookbook!

Reading about the slime- covered, non- Euclidean ruins of the sunken city of R’lyeh or the squamous, tentacled deity who slumbers there would make anyone hungry. Starting with the puns and working from there, authors Mike Slater and Thomas Roache have summoned forth 50 funny, bizarre, and horrible dishes such as:

• The Deep Fried Deep One

• Nog Sothoth

• Cthus-Koos

• The Great Old Buns

• The Gin and Miskatonic

Like H. P. Lovecraft’s Necronomicon, the legendary and forbidden book of the dead that is “alien to all sane and balanced readers,” this cookbook contains many dark (but still delicious) secrets within its pages. The book comes infested with sanity- melting and mouth- watering illustrations, as well as annotations full of crazed discoveries and desperate warnings about the recipes that brave readers will undertake.

The Necronomnomnom: Recipes and Rites from the Lore of H.P. Lovecraft
The Necronomnomnom: Recipes and Rites from the Lore of H.P. Lovecraft

Bag of Cthulhu Figures

Intended for use in its Call of Cthulhu CCG, Fantasy Flight Games will be releasing its Bag of Cthulhu in April.

First introduced in our Call of Cthulhu: The Card Game Core Set, we are making available this April our Bag of Cthulhu. Included in the Bag of Cthulhu, are six large Cthulhu figures (55mm) and 24 small figures (20mm). These miniature statues of Cthulhu are beautifully carved accessories that can be used as extra domain markers and success tokens for your Call of Cthulhu LCG games, or they can be used to ornament any game which incorporates eldritch horror.

Unlike the six specimens found in the Call of Cthulhu: The Card Game Core Set, the figures in the Bag of Cthulhu have been delicately inkwashed to ensure that you can spot every non-euclidian detail of these little gems.

These things look pretty cool for just $14.95 for the 6 large and 24 small figures,

Bag of Cthulhu