21 September 2011

Cthulhu Mythos in the Man Cave

In the eerie darkness of the Man Cave lurk several horrors.  All models are from the collection of my mate Ken, though we cant remember their names!  Click for larger pics

 Would you like to know more? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cthulhu_Mythos


  1. Always love Cthulhu mythos. Did a paper on Lovecraft in college that the prof liked. Ran the RPG many times and had many laughs, "You see a cat.." "Kill it! No! Worship it! RUN!!!!"

    I always see stunning minis out and want to collect them but the money isn't there to just buy and paint. Sad Panda.

    On a further note, I have a stuff mini Cthulhu in my office and a copy of the "Cthulhu for President" poster on my pin board.

  2. They're interesting models and well painted.

  3. Ahaaar me hearties...bugger, that was yesterday. Interesting though..the Pirate party actually got some seats in the German Parliament yesterday!!!! :-D They were as shocked as everyone else.

    I never really got into Cthulhu...but they are nice minis...very well painted

  4. Nicely painted!

    You had said that you were not sure which is which. The first ones are Nighgaunts. I am not sure what the second one is. I am pretty sure that the third image is a Flying Polyp. The forth image is an avatar of Nyarlahotep. I think the last is related to Tsathoggua.

    Very well done!

  5. Nice figures, I really know nothing of Cthulhu, I am not even sure how to pronounce it but the more I hear about it the more interested I am in figuring out what the heck it is.

  6. The fourth one is a MiGo. It had two poses, the one pictured is the one with its wings folded and the other pose had it wings extended.


  7. Night Gaunts


    Hounds of Tindalos


    Nyarlathotep (L RAFM, R Grenadier)

    Tsathoggua (L Grenadier, R RAFM)