Apr
05
2013

Pretty good Dr. Seuss / The Call of Cthulhu parody…

here. I’d ask why the guy didn’t try to sell ’em, but there may be public domain issues involved. A shame, if true: this is pretty good.

4 Comments

  • Kenneth Hite says:

    Lovecraft’s works are in the public domain. They were not renewed by Arkham House, and he died over 70 years ago.

    The other factor here — which, by the way, prevented And To Think That I Saw It On Unknown Kadath from coming out in my Mini Mythos series — is that the Geisel estate is rumored to be very litigious, and to take a dim view of parody.

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