I hope you enjoyed your Purim, Small Peculiarteers! Remember that it commemorates the events in the book of Esther, the only book of the Bible that makes no explicit reference to God. I think it was God’s way of showing […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
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By James Stephens, circa 1916. Versions vary slightly in punctuation; this text is taken from The New Poetry: An Anthology, eds. Harriet Monroe and Alice Corbin Henderson, 1917.
These days, of course, Germany is very proud of Kafka, even though he was Czech. I’m told he is often praised for the “purity” of his German. Awkwaaaaard.
The next time you’re tempted to suck face with your partner in a public place, think of those of us down here in Hell, where we’re horny all the time.
What the what, it’s in color! This is an improvement on an old comic. That’s Satan musing on the Earth from the very outermost shell of the cosmos, as in Book Three of Paradise Lost, lines 418–422: Mean while upon […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
H. P. Lovecraft has, without a doubt, the longest head of anyone I’ve ever drawn.