Two Books Available for Preorder NOW
Our two newest releases are in the warehouses and will be ready to ship next week!
Although the “official” release date is not until March 29, we couldn’t wait. Check out our new Fiction page and order The Anatomical Guide to Lovecraftian Horrors, and the Colouring Book out of Space!
They will be shipped the first week of April and you will automatically receive a PDF of the books as soon as you order them.
First Look at The Colouring Book Out of Space
Our Production Manager Arthur Petersen takes a look at the first copy of our new coloring book release coming March 29!
The Colouring Book out of Space is printed on wood-free paper and each illustration is one-sided with a black background so you can color with anything you want and there won’t be any bleed-throughs.
The Coloring Book Out of Space! Coming March 29
We have a second book being released March 29: The Coloring Book out of Space! Designed for adults, it features forty of H.P. Lovecraft’s most horrific and beloved monsters for you to color, written and illustrated by our friend Rob Torno.
Printed on deluxe wood free paper these enormous and enormously terrifying black and white illustrations include descriptions (on facing pages), plus the back of each coloring page is black so whatever media you choose to color with, you won’t mess up the next page! Also get a free PDF of the book upon purchase! MSRP $14.99
Beside an unnamed lake in the Dreamland of Mnar were two cities. Ib was inhabited by a hideous but peaceful race of amphibians called Thuum’ha who worshiped the Great Old One, Bokrug. The other was Sarnath, whose people rose in disgust, viciously slaying the inhabitants of Ib, claiming the wealth of the Thuum’ha for their own. Sarnath continued to grow in prosperity, decadence, and vanity and as they celebrated the thousand years anniversary of Ib’s destruction, the Great Water Lizard, Bokrug, surged from beneath the waves to destroy Sarnath. Not even ruins remain to mark Sarnath’s place but the ghostly forms of the Thuum’ha can still be found drifting the haunted streets of Ib.