Friday, July 31, 2009

Skull Walker

Skull walkers are a species of overlarge insect, that as eggs are deposited under the skin by an adult. Eventually they dig their way into the hosts brain. After their host dies, they grow into the skull and use it as an exoskeleton. Despite their lethal reproductive cycle the adult form is quite harmless.

Thursday, July 30, 2009

El Luchador de Mosca

Professor Hector "Shrimpy" Gonzales was working on a formula to rid the world of diseases. However while working late one night his lab was raided by a pair of thieves, in the ensuing struggle Hector was accidentally covered in his own experimental serum, which combined his DNA with that of an ordinary housefly. Hector now possesses superhuman size and strength, and fights evil in the ring and out, as "El Luchador de Mosca!"

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Carrot Zombie

Bizarre vegetable zombies created by dark Hoodoo magic, the Carrot Zombie is a souless automaton which is compelled to do it's master's bidding. Along with the Apple Zombie it possesses the strength of several men, does not feel pain, and lives off the brains of it's victims.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009


This is what happens when you leave a burrito in the fridge for too long.

Monday, July 27, 2009


The female equivalent to the Ogre is just as large, strong, and ugly, but is usually depicted as more intelligent than her male counterpart. The Ogress is well versed in curses and magic and is not as easily fooled as her male companions are. While the males enjoy using fear and brute strength to achieve their goals, the females prefer to use trickery. One famous example is the fabulous candy house of Hansel and Gretel, used to lure innocent victims to her instead of kidnapping them while they sleep.

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Rock Toad

Three foot mutant toads spawned from radioactive waste. Rock Toads originally spawned from the cooling ponds around American nuclear power plants, but have since moved on and spread to several continents. They are insatiable eaters, and have been known to attack dogs, cats, cattle, and small children.

Saturday, July 25, 2009


Tales of werewolves can be found in nearly every culture which coexisted with wolves. Usually lycanthropy is a curse or punishment of some kind, inflicted upon a sinner after death. The werewolf appears only at night or during a full moon, and is invulnerable to certain "pure" elements, such as silver. One scratched or bitten by a werewolf is doomed to become one as well.

Friday, July 24, 2009

Chainsaw walker

A Tsukumogami spawned from a chainsaw. He has a tendency to flip out and hunt down meddlers and promiscuous teenagers who show up unannounced on his secluded lake summer camp.

Thursday, July 23, 2009


Demons are universal in all cultures and come in many shapes and sizes. In earlier western pagan religions they were seen as agents or messengers of the Gods, and were generally blamed as the causes of accidents, diseases, famines, etc. In later monotheistic religions demons are a convenient scapegoat for the existence of evil, and thus became the enemies of heaven and punishers of mankind. Eastern religions such as Hinduism have a slightly different outlook on demonic entities, while they are still generally "evil," they are depicted as also caught up in the same karmic struggle as ordinary humans are, with their evil as a result of such negative choices.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009


The Rahab is a sea demon mentioned in the book of Isaiah, and is also the guardian angel of Egypt. He was the (fallen) angel of rage and pride, and caused storms.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

The Nameless Thing of Berkley Square

The nameless Thing of Berkley Square was a bizarre unrecognizable thing spotted in the London sewer system by two off duty sailors in the 1840s. The description was of a formless, tentacled beast which attacked and killed one of the men by wrapping around his throat. In the years since cryptozoologists have theorized that the beast was some kind of freshwater octopus.

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Monday, July 20, 2009

Dog Rocket

An experiment with a dachshund and a space shuttle booster rocket produced this freak of nature. How exactly the thrust is produced remains a mystery to scientists. The Dog Rocket seems rather happy and content with his new found ability to fly, and has gained some notoriety after several appearances on the Tonight Show. Attempts to breed the creature have so far been unsuccessful.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Vampire Slug

Bizarre alien vampire slugs from another planet. Unlike their Earthborn counterparts these slugs grow to 4 feet long and are capable of moving very quickly through the air. One of them can quickly incapacitate a full grown man.

Saturday, July 18, 2009


The Redcap is one of the more psychotic supernatural entities one may encounter. They are named thus becasue they die their hats with the blood of their victims. Should the cap ever dry out they will die, so they are compelled to kill often. Redcaps wear iron boots but are still extremely fast, and will usually impale their victims on iron spikes or tear them apart with their bare hands.

Friday, July 17, 2009


Small, hairy dwarfish humanoids with glowing red eyes. Sightings of these creatures are often connected with UFO activity in South America. In contrast with the cold, calculating, emotionless stereotype associated with sightings of other alien types (such as the Grays,) these are rather aggressive and violent. In the 1950s several boys reported an abduction attempt by these strange creatures, in which they had to fight them off with stones. Sightings of such short hairy wildmen pre-date the UFO era, leading to the speculation that they are in fact not extraterrestrials but a hidden subterranean race.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

House Walker

House walkers are strange alien predators which travel the galaxy via spores blown in the solar wind. Once they find a suitable planet they take on an unassuming form in order to lure prey. On the planet Earth their most common form is of large buildings and structures. They are capable of mimicking such a structure down to the most minute detail, including paint jobs, windows, furniture, etc. When an unsuspecting family moves in they're absorbed and the house walker moves on to greener pastures.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009


Goons are the unfortunate result of a coupling between an Ogre and an ordinary human being. They are smaller and smarter than their giant relatives, but no less ugly. Despite this their intelligence as a whole falls somewhere below the normal human curve. They can be found in both human and Ogre societies but are usually outcasts in both, as they tend to be picked on as "runts" by the Ogres, and likewise feared for their appearance and great strength by normal humans. They usually find employment as guards and enforcers for noblemen, crime bosses, or other powerful individuals.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Ferral Bread

Bread that has been genetically combined with an extinct amphibious predator. It can disguise itself as an ordinary loaf until an unsuspecting victim brings it home.

Monday, July 13, 2009


The Cockatrice is hatched from a rooster's egg which is incubated by a snake or toad. The resulting creature is highly poisonous, so much that merely breathing on someone will kill them, and a concentrated look can turn one into stone. The only natural predator of the cockatrice is the weasel, which is immune to it's stone gaze.

Sunday, July 12, 2009


A disastrous accident at the Cern particle accelerator caused a dimensional rift to form with the result of a tourist bus being merged with a common ordinary garden centipede. The resulting monstrosity has a voracious appetite, and prays on the unwary at tourist centers, amusement parks, and public events. He also tends to ignore traffic laws whenever he feels like it.

Saturday, July 11, 2009


Animated man-like "androids" created from magic spells involving the mandrake plant. The mandrake is a poisonous hallucinogenic root that grows naturally into a bipedal shape. Alchemists in the middle ages used the mandrake in experiments with the eventual goal to create artificial men (a.k.a. the homunculus.) Supposedly such a creature was created by the great alchemist Albertus Magnus.

Friday, July 10, 2009


Radioactive pollution in the Amazon river has produced this bizarre combination of Amazon river dolphin and freshwater octopus. Like the dolphin they are highly intelligent, social creatures, but they retain the bottom dwelling habits and color changing abilities of the octopus. The limited (and shrinking) habitat makes this an extremely rare creature, already several conservation efforts are underway.

Thursday, July 9, 2009


Rods are small creatures that were first noticed as artifacts taken with video cameras, and so were not "discovered" until home video camcorders became widespread. They resemble very quickly moving insects with a long, rod-like shape and multiple wings. They move so fast that their profiles become blurred, and thus a clear picture of a Rod has not yet been taken. The conventional explanation for them is that they are merely an optical illusion produced by ordinary insects.

Wednesday, July 8, 2009


A surviving member of a unknown species. This creature has been known to pluck fisherman off docks and boats with it's many mouths. With legs facing two different directions, the beast can easily speed off backwards after grabbing hold of it's prey! Some say it is from the Precambrian, others the Jurassic, and still some others say "its just a basking shark". Whatever it is, local fisherman still fear working in this area alone.

Thanks to Dragonsmana for the name and bio, visit his deviantart page here:


Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Yixxan Machinist

On Yixxa, the Yixxan people have integrated machines with their bodies. The most devote and skilled of these individuals are called Machinists and perform regular maintenance all over their sprawling hives as well as creating new devices and weapons of war.

Thanks to RedDragonClaw for the name and Bio, visit his Deviantart page here:


Monday, July 6, 2009

Auto Parasite

Alien animal that inhabits the massive cosmic junkyards of the all-mighty, multi-species owned Recycling Alliance. The octopoid animals use the refuse and spare parts from destroyed space ships like the interchangeable shells of a hermit crap.

Unfortunately, a good number of such creatures ended up on Earth, and uses cars, new and used alike, for such a purpose instead. It was also on Earth that the annoying, but otherwise harmless creatures were given the unfair name Auto-Parasites.

Thanks to Enshohma for the name and bio, visit his deviantart page here:


Sunday, July 5, 2009

Mazzikim, the Harmers

In early Judaism, the Mazzikim is a class of demon akin to imps in later belief. They are akin to leprechauns or brownies, more mischievous than evil, and are responsible for ill health and bad fortune. In later medieval belief they became more identified as the traditional demonic figure, spawned from transformed souls of the dead who taunt and torture the recently deceased.

Saturday, July 4, 2009

JuJu Egg

A zombie created via a reverse shrunken head rite involving egg shells, Juju Egg's are bizarre minions who's only purpose is to shatter themselves on an enemy. The foul ichor from the Juju Egg will drive the other zombies into a homicidal frenzy and they will rush their target with neck breaking speed and ferocity.

Thanks to RedDragonClaw for the name and Bio, visit his Deviantart page here:


Friday, July 3, 2009

Hariqua, the starfish mutant

A mutated starfish/lamprey. From the lab of a mad scientist whom gave him his armor and weapon, this beast seeks and destroys the scientist's enemies and sucks out their blood! It wasn't until the scientist ran out of enemies, did it turn on him. Now Hariqua hunts people with his stun gun for their delicious blood. Will anyone stop him?

Enjoys: Blood, 50's monster movies, and Convertibles with hormone struck teenagers inside.

Dislikes: Being away from water for to long, being told he looks like something from He-man.

Thanks to Dragonsmana for the name and bio, visit his deviantart page here:


Thursday, July 2, 2009


Tales of Ogres can be found in all cultures. They are generally depicted as overly large, strong, and ugly human beings, usually cannibalistic, and sometimes with features of various animals (horns, pig noses, fangs, etc.) They are also usually not so smart, and most often than not are outwitted rather than defeated in open combat. Despite their intelligence handicap they also posses a deeper understanding of various magics and curses, especially the female Ogress. They share a lot in common with Giants and Trolls.

I picture them as larger, more brutal human beings, perhaps an evolutionary offshoot of Neanderthals.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009


Victim of a botched alchemy experiment, this demon was fused with his basement's boiler and now runs on steam and coal. Now afraid of water, due to rust and having his flames extinguished. After a yellow paint job, Boilerpunk is now a great construction worker who blends in with the equipment. Often there to help lay the ground work for great building projects, Boilerpunk is a valuable asset for any construction company to have. But all he wants though, is a friend to accept him for who he is, and not what he is.

Thanks to Dragonsmana for the name and Bio, visit his Deviantart page here: