Thursday, April 12, 2018

DORFF

DORFF
"It twitched it’s fat body to indicate the carrying pouch growing on its back between its furry shoulders."

"Then it drew its eyelids up over its oystery eyes and nodded upward, the dorff 
gesture of negation.”

“Their grayish skin had turned a faint blue, and their eyes were more than usually oyster-like.”

“The elder’s pink mouth whiskers were trembling with emotional intensity.”

“At least, half their constitution is, well, you could call it electrical.”
Margaret St.Clair, Marriage Manual

This Dorff illustration will be in Horrer Kumpendyum IIAVAILABLE TOMORROW FRIDAY APRIL 13TH 11AM EST!IN THE YOG-BLOGSOTH STORE
These have NOT been available anywhere else and will be limited to 35! 



Tuesday, April 10, 2018

THIS FRIDAY: HORRER KUMPENDYUM II !!!




HORRER KUMPENDYUM II FULL DETAILS!!!


Illustrated by Michael Bukowski
Based on the writings of Margaret St. Clair
  • 12 pages.
  • Features 10 drawings of monsters.
  • 8.5"x 5.5" format.
  • Hand stamped, numbered and signed.


AVAILABLE THIS COMING FRIDAY APRIL 13TH 11AM EST!
These have NOT been available anywhere else and will be limited to 35! 

Monday, April 2, 2018

EVEN MORE MARGARET ST. CLAIR!!!


It's time for another dive into the fiction of Wilton Hazzard aka Idris Seabright....or more commonly, Margaret St. Clair!!! As previously stated I fell in love with Margaret St. Clair's work after Scott and I covered Horrer Howce for Stories From the Borderland.

Two months ago my first zine inspired by her work went up for sale and sold out in under 24 hours. Now it's time for Volume II!  There will be aliens, blobs, glorps and mutants...weird mutants!

AVAILABLE FRIDAY APRIL 13TH 11AM EST!
These have NOT been available anywhere else and will be limited to 35! 

Sunday, April 1, 2018

HELLCOW

HELLCOW
"Three hundred years ago, Bessie was old Hans' favorite milking cow. One night a desperate Dracula - finding local Swiss village locked tight - feed on Bessie. Unable to bear eating her, Hans buried her instead. Three nights later, Bessie rose as a vampire and began a vengeance-seeking pursuit of Dracula."
Marvel Legacy: The 1970s Handbook


Friday, February 23, 2018

IPSSIS


IPSSIS
“And today was a good day to take a form he liked.”

"He leaned back against a blade of grass, forming optic lenses and protruding plasm over them.”

“His favorite shape was a rhomboid.”
Margaret St.Clair, Shore Leave



Thursday, February 22, 2018

CELLAR DWELLER

CELLAR DWELLER
“Now, as  the ferrets reached it, it seemed to well out, to puff up into a great stringy mass, an exuberance of reddish, blackish hair."

”For a moment Leon thought he saw two tiny blue points, like eyes, glowing in the thing’s blackish heart. Then a long coil of hair, spider-leg thin, shot out at him.”
Margaret St.Clair, Graveyard Shift


Wednesday, February 21, 2018

PLUNP

PLUNP
"The plunp are the oddest of the native peoples of Venus."

“Be that as it may, the plunp are not prepossessing. They have 
exceedingly slick grayish skins, long shallow jaws with ferocious teeth, and
fierce yellow eyes.”

“Then the plunp began to rotate slowly in front of Brian, its tiwggy, slick-skinned arms outstretched expectantly.”
Margaret St.Clair, Thirsty God



Tuesday, February 20, 2018

VENUSIAN CERBERUS

VENUSIAN CERBERUS
“Having the flesh sucked from one’s bones by a cerberus‘ corrosive membranes was such a nasty way to pass out of the viewing plate." ”The cerberus was a lifeform from the the deep Venusian swamps.” “The trouble was that the cerberus, in its uncanny, ameboid way, moved extremely fast.”
Margaret St.Clair, Idris’ Pig


Monday, February 19, 2018

SLURB


SLURB
"The creature was literally as wide as it was tall. Perhaps it was the fact that it had a series of extra joints along the shoulder girdle and down the upper arm, so that its arms moved with the seemingly boneless flexibility of snakes. Perhaps it was the color of its sleek 
integument, which was a dirty off-white. Perhaps...Anyhow, the slurb was nonhumanoid." “If he hit the slurb on the knee-for some reason they were very sensitive about their knees-it counted fifteen.”
Margaret St.Clair, The Altruists


MORE MARGARET ST. CLAIR!!!



As you've probably guessed I fell in love with Margaret St. Clair's work after Scott and I covered Horrer Howce for Stories From the Borderland. Well, I'll not only have one zine dedicated to her work....but two! This week I'll be posting five brand new monsters inspired by her work and then 
Horrer Kumpendyum I will go on sale 

FRIDAY MARCH 2ND 11AM EST! These have NOT been available anywhere else and will be limited to 35! 

Monday, January 15, 2018

NEW YEAR, NEW ZINES!


This year will see a TON of new zines going up for sale starting with the official online release of Stories From The Borderland I on FRIDAY JANUARY 26th 11AM EST!!
This zine was previously only available at NecronomiCon 2017 or as part of a triple pack. It features the first 5 entries into the Stories From the Borderlands project (essays by Scott Nicolay, illustrations by me and edited by Anya Martin).

Also slated for 2017 are
Illustro Obscurum Horrer Kumpendyum I & II (inspired by Margaret St. Clair)
Stories From the Borderland II
The Hoard Of the Gibbelins illustrated by Ketch Wehr inspired by Lord Dunsany
Illustro Obscurum Volume IX

I'll also be reprinting Illustro Obscurum Collection I & II as well as Book Of One Thousand Forms I.

Stay tuned for more updates!!