Illustration for article titled The Cartoon Martha Stewart Guide to a Merry Cthulhumas

How do you bring a little Lovecraft into your holiday? You can sing Eldritch Christmas carols or decorate your tree with tentacles or put a Santa Cthulhu up on the shelf. Or you could go all out with Cthulhumas party, filled with undead party guests, Junji Ito's Enigma of Amigara Fault-inspired sweets, and the occasional summoning. To help you get through this unholiest of holidays, I drew this silly little comic, in which our fake cartoon Martha Stewart offers her tips for celebrating a maddening Cthulhumas.

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Be sure to click "Expand" on the image above so you can actually read the comic. And if you want to see a truly lovely artistic representation of Lovecraft Christmas, check out Nelson Evergreen's illustration of H.P. Lovecraft toasting his monsters (via Tor).

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Illustration for article titled The Cartoon Martha Stewart Guide to a Merry Cthulhumas
Illustration for article titled The Cartoon Martha Stewart Guide to a Merry Cthulhumas
Illustration for article titled The Cartoon Martha Stewart Guide to a Merry Cthulhumas
Illustration for article titled The Cartoon Martha Stewart Guide to a Merry Cthulhumas
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Illustration for article titled The Cartoon Martha Stewart Guide to a Merry Cthulhumas
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