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Tag: Cthulhu

Cthulhu Suction Cup Plush: Way Cuter than Garfield

Cthulhu Suction Cup Plush: Way Cuter than Garfield
Anyone who’s a fan of the Cthulhu Mythos and HP Lovecraft will enjoy putting this Peeping Cthulhu Suction Cup Plush in the back window of their car. It’s the combination of things, the cuteness of the plush toy, the fact that Cthulhu was never meant to be cute, and the fact that most people driving behind you will have no idea what the hell it is that makes this one a winner.

Cthulhu Ski Hat: Stay Warm in Your Nightmare

Cthulhu Ski Hat: Stay Warm in Your Nightmare
If I saw someone coming down the street wearing this Cthulhu-inspired ski hat, I’d either think they were nuts, or they were really nuts.

Cthulhu Santa Wishes You a Merry Christmas

Cthulhu Santa Wishes You a Merry Christmas
If there’s one thing that Cthulhu probably wouldn’t wish you, it’s Merry Christmas, because just thinking too much about this outer god will drive you slowly insane. In fact, don’t think about or say his name aloud too much either.

Cthulhu Tree Topper: Have Yourself a Scary Little Christmas

Cthulhu Tree Topper: Have Yourself a Scary Little Christmas
The WTF holiday ornament of the year: Devoted minion Nifnaks hand-stitched this felt Cthulhu tree topper. It’s practically a stuffed toy, except with a ribbon at the back, so you can attach it and make it look like a monster is devouring your Christmas tree.

Cthulhu for Old Spice

Cthulhu for Old Spice
What happens when you combine those awesome Isiah Mustafa Old Spice commercials with the darkly disturbed world of H.P. Lovecraft? Sheer, mentally-insane awesomeness, that’s what. Enjoy…

200lb. Octopus Cake: Cthulhu Would Approve

200lb. Octopus Cake: Cthulhu Would Approve
This crazy looking 200-pound cake looks like an octopus. While I rarely eat any cakes, this gigantic one made me smile, and mutter a prayer to the almighty Cthulhu! Karen Portaleo from Highland Bakery is behind this mammoth cephalopod.

Plush Cthulhu Protects Your Phone Without Evoking Too Much Terror

Plush Cthulhu Protects Your Phone Without Evoking Too Much Terror
You got to hand it to the people behind these Cthulhu accessories. They make something pretty frightening look pretty cute. While I don’t think that it’s a good idea of making fun of Cthulhu, it’s certainly something cute to give any HP Lovecraft fan.

Cthulhu Mythos Chess Set Will Make You Want to Resign

Cthulhu Mythos Chess Set Will Make You Want to Resign
In the words of its creator, the Cthulhu Mythos Chess Set “feature indescribable forces of madness and the grotesque,” and “will strain the sanity of the stoutest soul.” I’m just trying to figure out which piece is what.

Cutie Cthulhu for Cool Cult Kiddies

Cutie Cthulhu for Cool Cult Kiddies
Some babies are just hipper than others. You can tell by their expensive t-shirts and awesome accessories. It’s not any baby who can rock a cushy Cthulhu play blanket, you know? Craftster FicklePegasus has turned an office joke into a handmade gift fit for only the coolest of babies: a soft and cuddly Cthulhu, complete with tentacular arms of love that can hold toys to engage tykes.

Twisted Crafter Creates Horrible Gingerbread Creatures

Twisted Crafter Creates Horrible Gingerbread Creatures
Crafter/felt baker/goth pastry master ckrolczyk probably got tired of seeing lookalike gingerbread men and set out to redeem the great Gingerbread name with these wacky, felt gingerbread…beings. I would expect no less from someone with a username like ckrolczyk.

What’S Kraken: Knitted Cthulhu Penguin

What’S Kraken: Knitted Cthulhu Penguin
Below the thunders of the upper deep; far, far beneath in the abysmal sea, his ancient, dreamless, uninvaded sleep, The Cthulhu Penguin sleepeth: There hath he lain for ages and lay battening upon huge sea-worms in his sleep, until Ravelry member Carly Zimmerman created a pattern and shared it for all to knit and see; then once again by man and angels he shall be seen, in roaring he shall rise and on the surface die.