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Of all the Mythos creatures roaming around lost R'lyeh, Squammy the shoggoth is the smallest, least frightening of them all. Tired of being teased and picked on, he sets off for the world of man to prove he's got what it takes to be a real monster. The Littlest Shoggoth is a heartwarming tale of holiday horror. With its non-Euclidean verse and sanity-blastingly cute illustrations by award-winning writer and cartoonist, Stan!, it is the perfect addition to any collection of seasonal stories . . . or occult tomes. REVIEWS FOR THE LITTLEST SHOGGOTH "Cute, evil, vicious, and brilliant. God help us, every one."

John Kovalic, Dork Tower

"There's nothing I don't like about this book. Pure, concentrated awesome."

Wil Wheaton, WilWheaton.net

"The perfect holiday tale for any fan of the Cthulhu Mythos."

Matt Forbeck, author of the Monster Academy trilogy

"It combines delightful art, can-do optimism, and inevitable doom as only Stan! can."

Kenneth Hite, Cthulhu 101

"Stan! is a genius when it comes to Cthulhu."

Wolfgang Baur, Kobold Quarterly

"A beautifully bizarre holiday tale."

Brad Guigar, Evil, Inc.

"The stars are right to read The Littlest Shoggoth."

John Tynes, The Unspeakable Oath