Thursday, December 31, 2009
The Keratosaurus is a dinosaur-like creature, from a relic population discovered on a faraway island. They live in herds and follow a strict social structure. The large horns are used by males as weapons against predators and to compete with females, who do not have horns themselves.
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Labels: dinosaur, lost world
Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Flowerhead has no body. He cannot remember how he got that way. There was some kind of loud noise, and then he just woke up like this. He has a flower growing out of his head - it itches something terrible, but he can't reach it to scratch it.
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Labels: big head, flower, skateboard, wtf
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Huge spiny alien caterpillars from a far off alien jungle planet. Spinypillars are essentially walking eating machines. Introduction into Earth's rainforests have caused untold detestation, however the beasts have also been cultivated as a new food source in their own right.
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Labels: alien, caterpillar, giant
Monday, December 28, 2009
Large, blood sucking leeches which attach themselves to the gigantic animals of their native planet. Tentaleeches grow to be 5-7 feet in length, and live in the deep slime and muck of heavy swamp areas. Once affixed to a creature's hide, nothing will remove them short of burning them off. They have been known to rarely hunt smaller prey in the absence of larger hosts.
Sunday, December 27, 2009
A Caterfly is a large insect which seems to be permanently stuck between it's larval and adult states. They have the personality and demeanor of small dogs, and are valued as pets in some areas.
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Labels: caterpillar, dog, fly, insect
Saturday, December 26, 2009
A tsukumogami spawned from a tea kettle. A Morinji-no-okama can be made of many materials, the most common being ceramic or cast iron.
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Labels: tea kettle, Tsukumogami, yokai
Friday, December 25, 2009
The Hellmas Tree
The Hellmas Tree wishes you all a Merry demented Hellmas!
He does not like it when various companies put "Season's greetings" or other alternative slogans on commercial merchandise for his holiday.
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Thursday, December 24, 2009
A massive, gigantic bunny rabbit infused by radiation during a gamma bomb test. Gamma Bunny has the strength of a thousand men, but the intelligence of a raging wild animal. He is incapable of any higher thought, and acts merely from base impulses - hunger, thirst, fatigue, and so on. It is thought that if a human being were to be exposed in a similar fashion he would retain some semblance of intelligence (although to a greatly reduced capacity.) Gamma Bunny seems to revert to normal bunny form whenever he is not in danger.
Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Large, undulating, eel-like monstrosities, Skullfish are dangerous predators. They are solitary creatures, often found following pods of dolphins or schools of fish to pick off the weak and old. When no live prey is available they will feed from carrion and waste. Skullfish seem to have the ability to breathe in both air and water, and have been known to squirm onto beaches to catch unwary prey.
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Labels: eel, fish, sea monster, skull
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Monday, December 21, 2009
Titanic crabs spawned from dumped radioactive waste, Gigakrabs have taken up residence off of America's east coast. The beasts range in size from 30 to 90 feet across. Nothing less than a 120 mm tank shell can penetrate their exoskeleton. Thankfully the Gigakrabs have shown to be generally harmless, although a few fishing trawlers have been lost.
Sunday, December 20, 2009
Saturday, December 19, 2009
A monster evolved from a 3.5 floppy diskette. Suffering from obsolescence by the early 21st century, millions of potential Diskoids sit in lonely desk drawers, dank closets, and dusty shoeboxes awaiting the time they will rise up and conquer the world once more.
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Labels: computer, floppy disk, mutant
Friday, December 18, 2009
Thursday, December 17, 2009
S and P
A pair of tsukumogami born from Salt and Pepper shakers. They always travel in pairs. It is not polite manners to reach across the table for them.
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Labels: food, pepper, salt, Tsukumogami, yokai
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
A Jorogumo is a Yokai formed from a spider. When a spider turns 500 years old it gains the ability to transform into human form. They are usually depicted as women in some way, commonly with a female human upper half and spider legs for the lower half.
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
The Two Headed Boy
Gleek and Fleek were the seventh son of a seventh son. Hailing from the isolated, sleepy town of Arco, Idaho (pop. 87,) the two had a very linear family tree. Too much of a good thing when it comes to genetics can give unpredictable results. Thus Gleek and Fleek's peculiar predicament - the boys are two independent heads that share one body. One head controls each side of the body, and the two are incredibly coordinated, enough to perform complex tasks such as driving a car, cooking, playing computer games, etc.
The future looked bleak for Gleek and Fleek until they signed a contract with the Red Circle circus company. The two were showcased alongside Bubba the Fish and Serpenzo the serpent boy, and eventually earned enough to retire in style.
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Labels: circus, conjoined, freak, genetics, siameese twins, two headed boy
Monday, December 14, 2009
A Gloppytrus is a short, squat, dollop-shaped alien that resembles a pile of mud. They spend their lives deep within sprawling mud holes, some of which are miles across. Each mud hole is connected via an underground water system. The Gloppytrus have eschewed advanced technology for a simple, stress-free, tribal lifestyle, although there are some who have ventured out into the universe to seek fame and fortune.
Sunday, December 13, 2009
The Kewepiee is a yokai which has evolved from a popular brand of mayonnaise. He will spoil if left out in the sun.
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Labels: food, jar, mayonnaise, yokai
Saturday, December 12, 2009
Lampus worms are large, blood sucking worms, which grow to around 6 inches in length. They are extremely hardy creatures, and have shown to survive freezing, extreme heat, pressure variations, and radiation. They can adapt to nearly every environment, but will go into extended periods of hibernation for as yet unknown reasons. This causes infestations of Lampus worms to flare up in easily predicted cycles.
Friday, December 11, 2009
The bizarre mutation known as the Pynomula began life in a petri dish as part of a seventh grade student's science experiment. A mixture of processed animal proteins, salt, and water (i.e. bologna) and several different viruses (obtained from sick friends) were exposed to multiple different varying forms of electric shocks, then ejected into a squirrel zygote. The resulting mutation towered nine feet tall, with a large tentacled insectiod upper half and a bottom stout, smiling lower half. The Pynomula has two brains but share the same skeletal, cirulatory, and central nervous systems. Despite this the two halfs frequently seem to "argue" over which way to go.
The Pynomula won first prize.
The Pynomula won first prize.
Thursday, December 10, 2009
Cheesemonkey lives in the trees.
Cheesemonkey has a head made of cheese.
Cheesemonkey doesn't have fleas.
Cheesemonkey likes to eat peas.
He has a friend named Crackermonkey
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Goremouths are bizarre, misshapen demons. They are sculpted from newly arrived souls by sadistic elder demons. They come in many different forms, but usually share several different features: Twisted legs, tentacles, crippled forms, and large, voracious mouths. They wander along mindlessly about the lower levels of Hell, devouring that which gets in their way.
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
The Ahool is a giant bat cryptid reported in Indonesia. It has a large, monkey-like head, claws, and a ten foot wingspan. The creature's name comes from it's distinctive hooting call. There is speculation that the creature may be an undiscovered species of bat, a giant owl, or a petrosaur.
Monday, December 7, 2009
Raum, Great Earl of Hell
Raum is a great Earl of Hell. He takes the form of a crow which can transform into human form. He causes rich men to lose their treasure, and can tell the past and future.
Sunday, December 6, 2009
This is one of the fearsome critters, one of the strange and improbable creatures from America's frontier mythology. The Axehandle Hound is a dog like thing that feeds only on axe handles which have been left unattended.
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Labels: America, axe, axehandle hound, fearsome critters
Saturday, December 5, 2009
After the near disaster from the Phollywog and semi-recovery with Designer Rex, the Toywerks toy company had finally began to recover its public image (and quarterly profits.) The decision was made to venture into one more attempt at the designer pet market. This time all manner of safety precautions were taken. Although the Gatorhead uses alligator DNA, it is altered enough that the animal is a natural herbivore. Gaotrheads are born sterile and have a predetermined 4 year life span. They have been manipulated to never grow beyond the size of a small dog and are thus completely safe for children.
It was also a huge failure. Customers found the pet slow moving, lethargic, and "boring." Despite all manner of built in fail safes, sporadic reports of Gatorheads breeding and growing to full alligator adult size are common.
Friday, December 4, 2009
The Biotrappers are a race of creatures who have so manipulated their genetic code that they no longer possess any of their original genome. Due to centuries of tampering the entire race is now sterile, traditional reproduction is impossible. Offspring are created in laboratories and are highly specialized into several different castes, each possessing different physical attributes. Even after birth genetic manipulation continues, thus one may encounter a Biotrapper with any number of eyes, limbs, mouths, skin color, etc.
Thursday, December 3, 2009
A tsukumogami evolved from a Volkswagen Beetle. This particular specimen sat in a field for three years and never really worked right again.
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Labels: automobile, beetle, car, insect, Tsukumogami, vermin
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
FlapJack is a yokai which takes the form of a stack of pancakes. He gets mad when people order off the breakfast menu during other times of the day. He goes good with some maple syrup and butter.
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Labels: Tsukumogami, yokai
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Jerry the Bathtub mutant
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