The Great Cthulhu Has Rarely Been So Monstrous

Cthulhu Statue by Paul Komoda

The most famous of H.P. Lovecraft’s creations, the Great Cthulhu, has always made an impression.

A terrifying amalgamation of octopus, bat, and reptile, with humanoid limbs on a titanic scope, this Elder God has driven men mad with the knowledge of the unknowable and images of the incomprehensible for centuries.

Now this fearsome creature from another world has been made even more monstrous. The H.P. Lovecraft Cthulhu Statue by Paul Komoda features horrific details and an unsettling degree of realism.

Featuring painting by David Dill, this 7-inch tall polystone statue looks as slimy and repulsive as one would expect the Dread God to be, newly arrived in our world with an eye to wreaking chaos and sewing the seeds of insanity.

Surely, even Lovecraft himself would have approved.

This fresh new take on Cthulhu won’t last long, so pre-order today and reserve a spot in your cabinet of curiosities.

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