Adventures in Darkness

Not my best work, as I was (and still am) trying to figure out comic book inking, but here’s the cover to…well, you can figure that out. PS – Colouring not by me; I haven’t even opened that can of worms yet.

What If Lovecraft Wrote Comic Books?
Somewhere, somewhen, he did. In this sourcebook, for the first time ever, Kenneth Hite gives H.P. Lovecraft’s comics writing the loving RPG adaptation it deserves.

Adventures Into Darkness includes:

* A complete historical overview of H.P. Lovecraft’s comics career, and How It Came To Be.
* Plus! Full Mutants & Masterminds 2e statistics for seventeen of Lovecraft’s Nedor Comics heroes, from the Fighting Yank to Nodens, and from “Doc” Strange to Randolph Carter, Dream Master!
* Plus! Eleven sinister villains, including the alluring Asenath the Body-Snatcher, the fiendish Nazi sorcerer Baron von Junzt, the eldritch Yellow Lama, and the horrific demi-god Dagon himself!
* Plus! Monster stats for ghouls, nightgaunts, Frog-Men, Outer Ones, Tcho-Tchos, and the terrifying Dark Haunter.
* An up-to-date Price Guide to tell you how much your own rare Lovecraft comics will bring today!
* Full “how-to” treatment for blending the Golden Age of Comics with the madness of H.P. Lovecraft, tuned to chilling horror or wild imagination.
* Super Sanity rules!

Not a dream! Not a hoax! Not an imaginary story!* Join H.P. Lovecraft and the timeless Nedor superheroes for …
Adventures Into Darkness!
* May in fact be both a hoax and an imaginary story.

I guess you’d better go buy it!

One Reply to “Adventures in Darkness”

  1. And the ABC PD comic characters rise again! I haven’t read Project Superpowers (yet), but the ABC characters are there. Of course, Alan Moore threw them up against Galactus, but now they’re up against Dread Kthulhu!

    Fun, fun, fun!

    BTW: Toren, nice old school comic art! Can you link to a larger image? The image links to itself. Oh, and did you do any interior art? Can you show it?

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