The Complete Works of H.P. Lovecraft, submitted by internet. If you're living on a different Internet and don't know who H.P. Lovecraft is but you liked my little parody you might want to check out this site, which is not really awful in the bad sense but is really awful in the "otherworldly cosmic horrors" sense. H.P. Lovcraft, for all his reputation, has a lot of really amusingly bad quirks to his fiction. His tendency to replace descriptions with "indescribable", his lack of positive (or usually any) female characters, his low-key 1930s New England racism, and the overall silliness of some of his works (like the Dreamlands pieces). Flaws and all, Lovecraft is a classic if somewhat difficult to approach author, and definitely worth checking out.
Special thanks to Shmorky for the awesome art in both installments of "H.P. Lovecraft's A-Team
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