Tintin and the mountains of madness

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tintin and the mountains of madness

At the Mountains of Madness: A Graphic Novel by I.N.J. Culbard

For a second we gasped in admiration...

September 1930. A scientific expedition embarks for the frozen wasteland of Antarctica. But the secrets they unearth there reveal a past almost beyond human comprehension - and a future too terrible to imagine. By taking scientific fact so seriously, At the Mountains of Madness(1936), H.P Lovecrafts classic take on the heroic age of polar exploration, helped to define a new era in 20th-century science fiction.

...and then vague horror began to creep into our souls.
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Published 10.01.2019

H.P. Lovecraft's 1931 AD “At the Mountains of Madness” audio book (source for Ancient Aliens?)


Dyer, who was fiercely opposed to dividing up, gradually comes around as the other men in his expedition appear to make incredible discoveries, including, eventually, strange dead alien life forms that drive their dogs crazy. It probably comes as little surprise to learn that Dyer loses radio contact shortly thereafter and, travelling with his faithful companion Danforth to see what happened, chances across a scene of brutal mayhem. When Dyer and Danforth set forth to try and get to the bottom of things they start to unravel a mystery that gets right to the heart of Lovecraftian folklore, the Necronomicon, and a bizarre lineage of otherworldly creatures. This is a minor quibble though. I for one will be sitting on the edge of my seat waiting to see what Culbard and Self-Made Hero come up with next. Any Cop? A winner all round.

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"At the Mountains of Madness" by H. P. Lovecraft / Cthulhu Mythos (8/14)

This time around, I'm looking at another graphic novel based on a Lovecraft book: At The Mountains of Madness , adapted and illustrated by I. Culbard Deadbeats , The New Deadwardians. In the story, Professor Dyer leads an expedition to Antarctica in September of With a biologist, engineer, physicist and meteorologist, and a geologist on board, their mission is to take core soil and rock samples from areas of unexplored Antarctica, run tests and report their findings back home. By November, they enter McMurdo Sound, and the adventure begins.

I was drawn with the setting Murray Groat I will introduce Mr. The style drawn to imitate the cover of Tintin's manga is highly reproducible, it is just what makes you want to read if there are manga in fact. The image is from the following. People like Tintin and lovecraft enthusiasts will not be able to imagine just by looking at these imaginary cover illustrations. It transformed into a figure like a semi-fish like a frog Deep things I am surprised by the residents who have blood. In addition to this, you can see many of Murray Groat's works from the following sites. With elegant eco-friendly merry-go-round without ever being able to keep circling round.


  1. Doreen L. says:

    If Tintin adventures the world of Cthulhu myths of Lovecraft - GIGAZINE

  2. Lance P. says:

    The ZehnKatzen Times: [comix] Tintin At The Mountains Of Madness (spoof gallery)

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