|19 Aug 2002|| Veya|
Wow, COOOOOOOOL! I think, it's really good. Little funny. It looks like it has to much knees or joints (I mean: bonds, links). Oh, wonderful...
|18 Sep 2002|| Aaron A. Allen|
I think I'll sit that dance out.
|1 Dec 2002|| Jennifer Adcock|
"Corpula"? Ooh, if you haven't already, get ahold of the Titus Crow series by Brian Lumley. In the last book, #6, "Elysia: The Coming of Cthulhu", there's a land in the Dreamworld called Zura, ruled by a woman named Zura, populated solely by her undead minions. Zombies aboard airships attack any airship that enters Zura, thus insuring Zura of Zura a fresh supply of minions. Corpula sounds like the land of Zura, all rotting vegetation and flesh. Bet it smells wonderful there. Jonathan Franz
replies: "Wow, neat! I should pick that up. Actually though, the idea behind corpula is that it's a rather beautiful, albeight gloomy, seemingly endless sea of pitch black, waist-high flowers. Its silent and serene until you meet the locals, and even then you're the one making all that awful noise."
|25 Dec 2002|| Bill Adcock|
Did I mention Zura of Zura's fondness for skimpy, overly revealing outfits? Jonathan Franz
replies: "I'm sold!"
|7 May 2003|| Rachael Mayo|
The whole Titus Crow series just rocks, and wait till you see the cover paintings by Bob Eggleton! ROWWWWL... The prequels to the Titus Crow series are also still in print - four books, all of which take place in HPL's Dreamlands. Zura of Zura is a big player, and there's plenty of other keen monstrosities, too. The series also explains some of the stuff that happens in the Titus Crow set, naturally. I give it five thumbs up. *wonders briefly where the extra limbs came from* Your gallery is having a powerful mutagenic effect on me... And oh yes, this is one of my favorite monsters in here. WONDERFUL detail. Simply exquisite. *is inspired to dance the fandango*
|30 May 2003|| Tamara 'da dude' Davidson|
woaahh awsome concept. I think I'll just fir right in there the senery sounds nice. you should draw some of his dancing minion goulies around his feet what fun. for some reason the picture if the giant hill demon on the end of fantasia with his minions comes to mind. have you seen that one? Jonathan Franz
replies: "Hail Chernobog!"