Can't find original source, but I'm sure it wasn't Bill Keane.

I’m a little rusty, but if I’m not mistaken, I believe “”Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn” roughly translates to “Cthulu’s milkshake brings all the nerds to Tempe.”

Something like that anyway.

Regardless, next month’s MythosCon promises to gather and entertain the darkest of fantasy geeks – and a few lucky attendees may even be driven insane with forbidden knowledge!

Centered around the mythos built by the belov(craft)ed dark-fantasy author HP Lovecraft (sorry, I had to), the con will bring together Cthulu-ian movers & shakers (including Adam Niswander), seasoned local fans, and what I’ll refer to as the “Cthulu-curious.”

Amongst the con’s cyclopian landscape will be gaming, art, and many, many discussion panels digging into every guilty question you could seem to think of regarding Lovecraft and his cosmos.

The unbelievably horrifying details:

Looking over the con’s schedule, I can’t tell how serious these guys are. The con director refers to himself as the “high priest” and they appear to have scheduled Cthulu “prayer services.”

I’ll go ahead and assume it’s all in good fun.

Hmmm, last week I posted about TaiyuCon, this week I posted about MythosCon. Any guesses at what I might post about next week?

Until then… Baby Cthulhu!

“Their souls make his tummy happy!”