Saturday, December 31, 2011

The Jabberwocky

The Jabberwocky is a beast from Through the Looking Glass, by Lewis Carroll. In the story Alice finds an account of the Jabberwocky in a book which she is only able to read after holding up to a mirror. The monster is described with vague attributes, such as with "Jaws that bite," "Claws that catch," and "eyes of flame." The illustrations by John Tenniel for the book in 1871 have remained the most popular interpretation of the creature.

Thursday, December 29, 2011


The Cegebehyu is a race which were descended from ocean dwelling cephalopods. The Cegebehyu language consists of some four hundred thousand phonetic sounds, many of which are imperceptible to the human ear.

Tuesday, December 27, 2011


The Glibblagh are a strange race, often described as "hyperactive wadded up meat-balls with legs." They are generally known for having no sense of proportion, as they tend to overreact at the slightest hint of trouble. Glibblagh are creatures of extremes, who don't know the meaning of subtly or moderation.

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Wobby the Christmas Worm

Wobby the worm 
never had to learn
all about Christmas day.

Until the day came
when he was to blame,
'cause he accidently scared all the reindeer away.

Santa said to him, "Son, you will find,"
"That we're in a big bind,"
"So you'll have to help all the good boys and girls,"

So Wobbly swallowed all the gifts,
and went to head the makeshift
sleigh to deliver them around the world.

Children still sing songs so jolly,
about  Santa, or Frosty,
Or even how poor Rudolph could not play,

But none will regret,
Or hopefully, forget
about how Wobby the worm saved Christmas day.

Friday, December 23, 2011


The Grokish are free floating, space-borne, squid-like creatures. They exist for untold eons in a dormant, spore-form, as they transverse the spaces between the stars on the solar winds. When they come in contact with a compatible planetary atmosphere they will spawn by the millions, descend upon and consume the indigenous life forms, then enter the spore phase to begin the cycle anew.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011


Strange simian and insect hybrids, troops of wild Gorillants have recently been seen in the dense jungles deep in the Congo. It is theorized that illegal dumping of toxic materials may have somehow fused the two species together, although the science behind this theory is sketchy at best. The hybrids seem to follow the social structure of ants more than primates.

Monday, December 19, 2011


Dr. Phinneas Q. Crumpus was a revolutionary genius in the field of recombinant DNA. Crumpus made a big name for himself performing custom DNA work for famous celebrities, implanting body-altering features such as wings, fur, extra eyes, scales, etc. As the money and power went to his head the good doctor became more and more eccentric, and began performing risky proof-of-concept experiments on himself. After hundreds of different extreme  recombinant DNA modifications, Crapmus is now barley recognizable as human.

Saturday, December 17, 2011


Psipox is an entity that conforms to no known evolutionary biology, and only follows existing taxidermy in a general sense. The creatures begin life in a large, blob-like group organism, and are birthed though a budding process, similar to the splitting of amoeba or bacteria.They then spend a number of years in a formless state, absorbing nutrients and minerals. Eventually the creatures will adapt external appendages or organs to allow it to transverse it's environment, i.e. arms, legs, eyes, paddles, fins, etc. However no actual internal organs or systems are developed. Psipox have been observed in a large number of environments with a large number of adaptive features.

Thursday, December 15, 2011


The Grunx are a race descended from the rejects discarded from a group of genetic experiments. Centuries ago travelers from beyond the stars came to the Grunx homeworld and performed a series of experiments on the local animal populations, which gave rise to several different classes of sentient species. The rejected specimens however were left in the wild to die. Over time however enough survived and eventually became a sub-race in their own right. The Grunx are usually sickly, and are often born with crippling genetic abnormalities. They tend to be highly xenophobic and war-like.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011


Anguirus is the second kaiju (giant monster) to appear in Toho's Godzilla series of movies. He is a quadrupedal dinosaur-like monster (though far larger than a normal dinosaur) which vaguely resembles an ankylosaurus. He begins as the first enemy Godizlla encounters, but eventually the two become allies.

Sunday, December 11, 2011


Spinagators are a strange mutant offshoot of normal alligators. They tend to grow to be a bit smaller, but are able to hunt smaller, faster moving prey. The spiny protrusions which grow along their backs seem to be specialized organs capable of reading swirling air or water currents.

Friday, December 9, 2011


Manoheads are strange, spherical creatures, with large hand-like structures growing out of their heads. They do not have any sense of hearing, and instead communicate through a form of sign language.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Thunder Slug

The enigmatic creatures known as "Thunder Slugs" began as a group of normal garden slugs which were on the receiving end of a bizarre series of lightning strikes. Instead of frying them into little charred husks, the small mollusks were somehow able to absorb the electrical energy, due to a mutation triggered exposure to a new type of insecticide. Their newfound powers gave the slugs the ability to channels electricity for a variety of effects, including flight and defensive electrical discharges.

Thunder slugs usually follow major storm systems, where they can often be seen "riding" thunderclouds.

Monday, December 5, 2011


The creature known as MouthBreather is a freakish mutant, spawned from the radioactive soup which resulted after a strange glowing meteor crashed to Earth an contaminated the water supply to a local prison. The exotic energies transformed his body, and gave him superhuman strength, allowing him to easily break out and free hundreds of his fellow mutated prisoners to escape.

The method through which he sees without eyes is currently unknown.

Saturday, December 3, 2011


Strange mutations which have recently begun appearing in the rivers and waterways next to a large industrial bakery. Unlike normal alligators, the weird creatures live on land, and only venture into the water to feed. The method by which the candles on their backs re-ignite themselves is unknown.

The sudden appearance of these monstrosities have prompted investigations from several branches of law enforcement due to possible illegal dumping of toxic chemicals or waste, however as of yet no indictments have been made.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Cheese Bunny

A bunny made out of cheese.

Nothing else needs to be said.