The Elder Gods vs the Great Old Ones: what really went down

It all started out so innocently. Great Cthulhu‘s pal Yoggi had recommended a great new book that he’d discovered at Comic-Con. When Great Cthulhu heard the intriguing title, he decided to check out the competition:

Cthulhu vs American Gods, checking out the competition

That was just the start. What followed was more than mortal mind could bear; the diabolically warring pantheons, pitted against one another to the death in an unholy war whose fury warped the very fabric of space and time, fought and tore, destroying universes uncounted in their savage thirst for victory. Finally, there were only two left. What happened then remains an unspeakable secret to this day…or does it?

An ancient representation purported to be an actual, contemporaneous image of the final confrontation has surfaced. Make of it what you will, but in the name of all that is holy, do NOT stare at it directly. Use a handy mirror or goggles to protect yourself from the annihilating horror of the eldritch image you are about to view.

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Cthulhu vs God ancient representation


10 thoughts on “The Elder Gods vs the Great Old Ones: what really went down

  1. Ridiculous. Everybody knows Great Cthulhu won’t come out for a hot dog. He wants souls, tasty tasty souls.

    So clearly he’s pulling a nasty trick. Looking all innocent like that. That God dude never was very quick.

  2. Have you never had a cheese-stuffed hotdog? Then you’ve never lived. Surely god told him that the hotdog was stuffed with the souls of innocents, which is why Great Cthulhu slavers and hungers helplessly for the proffered feast.

  3. ZOMG! We both had squid porn on the same day.

    “….. responses from esthetes told disturbing tale. From February 28 to April 2 a large proportion of them had dreamed very bizarre things, the intensity of the dreams being immeasurably the stronger during the period of the sculptor’s delirium.”

    I shall probably not sleep for several weeks!

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