Cthulhu 12 Inch Plush Inspired by HP Lovecraft
Cthulhu 12 Inch Plush Inspired by HP Lovecraft
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Finally, a Cthulhu that won't keep you awake all night with fear! This is a very cuddly representation of the Cthulhu depicted by H.P. Lovecraft. Cthulhu is one of the most popular and haunting characters in Lovecraft's horror novels. This figure can sit on a bookshelf with its legs dangling over the edge. He will be a nice addition on the shelf along side your many Lovecraft novels. Also makes a great gift for any science fiction or horror fan. This Cthulhu plush is 12 inches tall and filled with plush and beanies.
|Package Length:||11.0 inches|
|Package Width:||10.0 inches|
|Package Height:||6.0 inches|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 6 reviews|
|Average Customer Review: ( 6 customer reviews )
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9 of 10 found the following review helpful:
CTHULHU FHTAGN !!! Sep 03, 2007
By Tyr Shadowblade (TM)
I got one of Toy Vault's 12" plush Cthulhu toys to send to one of my demented Internet girlfriends -- and she adores it. The Cthulhu I received was made in China, and laundering instructions are: DON'T. Seems well constructed -- stitching is a clear plastic filiment, similar to fishing line; the tentacles are filled with beads, the wings have padded wire supports, and I've never seen RED EYES on a stuffed animal before. May not be suitable for small children (if you value their sanity) or large dogs -- but angry goth girls will swoon if presented with a likeness of Great Cthulhu. Don't cheap out and get the mini "beany baby" sized Cthulhu -- the 12" medium is the perfect size. I hear that there is a giant sized 3-foot Chtulhu as well -- and I'm sure some degenerates have purchased them what with to commit abominations -- woe be unto them when Great Cthulhu returns to find his likeness befouled! CTHULHU FHTAGN!!!
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
When the Plush Stars Align Aug 10, 2007
"T(to the)B(to the)S"
When I sat in my bedroom at the age of ten, fearful of the dreaded things inhabiting mountains that dreamers dreams and thinking of the shadows cast by coral the tone of pitch, I never thought I could have the ravager of worlds at my fingertips and him feel so good to carry around. Still, thanks to a few really creative companies and pulp ideas that seem to transcend the pens that inked them so many decades ago, I now have this guy as a backpack buddy, a secret agent Cthulhu, a Superhero Cthulhu, Dracathulhu, Surferthulhu, and a handful of other variations of him and the cast he used to "roll with."
Out of all the original Cthulhus I find myself drawn to the 12 inch beast the most, mainly because he's the largest of the lot and because he fits into a backpack and makes an impact all in the same setting. When the first of these came out he actually attracted more attention than I ever thought possible; I knew that there were a lot of Cthulhu fans sitting around me at the time but I never would have imagined the range of people who knew what, exactly, he was. The pronunciation is always a bit off, sure, but sometimes that makes everything a bit more fun.
Besides, it makes the PERFECT gift when I'm shopping for loved ones with little kids that NEED to be carrying the reaper of dreams.
Really, what else has to be said for something so cute? You have a durable link to the past that reminds us many of us of the roots of all horror, and you also have a link to the future that allows people to examine just what the tenacled one really and truly means. This could mean another set of writers like the newest Lovecraftian authors, and this could open up new ideas like combining Sherlock Holmes with these type of terrors (see Shadows over Baker's Street), something Lumley thought up that looms like a planet looking down (Cold Print), or even a book of influences like those seen on foreign shores (see Junji Ito).
Regardless, you know if you want this and, if you want it, you're halfway there.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Cthulhu will eat your Soul! Jan 10, 2012
Until the stars are properly aligned we'll just have to settle for this cute little version. Great gift for any fan of the Cthulhu mythos.
Good size, great toy Apr 29, 2013
By Em Baisch
OK, I have children that are a bit odd. It all started out with me having a Santathulhu. When she was little, my older daughter insisted she wanted a Cthulhu of her own, so we bought her one. She slept with it for years. Along comes her much younger sister, who also wanted one. So glad these have stayed on the market for so long. One big (strange) happy family :-)
Iä! Iä! Plushthulhu flufftagn! Jan 24, 2013
By Martin Kümmerling
Tremble with bliss before this adorable little green chubby plush monstrosity! Bow down, pick it up and hug it! Feel the gloomy fluffiness of its round belly, the caress of its gorgeous tentacles and bathe in its insane loveliness!
Very good quality work, durable and pillowy. I don't like (and buy) that much plush creatures, but this one is the best Christmas present ever for my lady.
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