Add some weird wonder to your little one's toy box with Lovecraftian Plush Toys. Kids are fascinated by monsters, so push the boundaries of their imagination with toys that are as creepy as they are cuddly. The collection includes Hastur - the one-eyed King in yellow, Deep One - a sullen-faced monster from the deepest depths of the sea, Shoggoth - the multi-eyed, multi-tentacle shape-shifter, and Cthulhu - the ancient priest of old gods who's much more cuddly than he sounds. Then, when it gets to bedtime, wind down for the night with a monster-themed book and let the plushie keep watch until the sun rises again.
We create Cthulhu and H.P. Lovecraft themed books and toys for young and old ones alike! We think kids should be exposed to the fantastic and weird at a young age. They love monsters and mythology -- why shouldn't their alphabet books and toy shelves also be filled with these things? That's why we've been creating fun, quality Lovecraft and horror themed products that the whole family will enjoy since 2014! The C is for Cthulhu team includes: "Uncle" Jason Ciaramella is an author, screenwriter, and brand developer who has worked on many of the most recognizable pop culture properties on the planet, including Godzilla, Transformers, Magic: The Gathering, Ninja Turtles, and G.I. Joe. He lives on a hill, in a very old house in Plymouth, Massachusetts, with his wife, their four teenage sons, and a wonderful dog. Greg Murphy is a friend to monsters and also an illustrator working in the toy industry. He lives in Los Angeles. Greg also does freelance illustration for clients in print, video games, film, and advertising. Tyler James of ComixTribe, a small press publisher of comics, graphic novels, and children's books parents actually want to read to their kids... just like C is for Cthulhu! Tyler also hosts the ComixLaunch podcast, where he teaches creators how to bring their projects to life by harnessing the power of Kickstarter. And joining the team as artist on Counting, Colors & Cthulhu is illustrator Joshua Janes, a graduate of the Joe Kubert School of Cartooning & Graphic Arts, with more than twenty years experience in the world of children's publishing, working for companies including Google, Disney, Warner Bros, McGraw-Hill and many others.
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Meet the creepy yet cuddly Cthulhu and his friends, straight from the pages of the beloved Lovecraft Alphabet books 👾