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Paste Magazine has just kindly run a list of “Tentacles & Madness: 10 Comics That Continue H.P. Lovecraft’s Horror Legacy,” detailing some of the best representations of Lovecraftian horror in the graphic arts – or at least, those graphic arts that are a bit more narrative-focused than, for instance, H.R. Giger, the master of Lovecraftian body horror […]

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