Only 100 copies printed! The ultimate in rarity comes to Providence! These special Century Editions on #11 features all new images from Raulo Caceres illustrating scenes from seminal Lovecraft works that influenced Providence! But don’t blink, this set of ten books are all crazy rare and will vanish! Each Century Edition ships in a bag and board for protection and is very limited, only 100 copies available!
– Sales solicitation for Providence Century variant covers on Comic Cavalcade
The Providence Century variant covers were offered at a $39.99 price point, which will no doubt make them even more exclusive. Still, the artwork from Raulo Caceres is gorgeous.
The Mi-Go, or Fungi from Yuggoth, and their brain cylinders featured in Lovecraft’s “The Whisperer in Darkness”; the bio-mechanical technology resembles that of H. R. Giger, famously featured in his collections Necronomicon I & II, and the movies Alien and Species.
The end of Abdul Alhazred, as detailed in Lovecraft’s “History of the Necronomicon,” torn apart by invisible demons on the streets of Damascus.
A scene from the end of “The Horror at Red Hook”; the cylinder is inscribed with words from the incantation that Lovecraft copied for the story, while the symbol on the top, like a combination of Venus (♀) and the Moon (☽), probably refers to Hecate, goddess of witches and associated with the moon.
The Great Race of Yith – and Nathaniel Wingate Peaslee – featured in Lovecraft’s “The Shadow Out of Time.”
Lavinia Whateley and her twins, Wilbur (left) and the unnamed one (right). The Necronomicon cover to the left had the sigil from the Simon Necronomicon on the cover, and the yellow volume on the shelf above it has the Yellow Sign on the spine, as popularized by the Call of Cthulhu Roleplaying Game.
A scene from “The Dreams in the Witch House”; ironically, the Black Man, Nyarlathotep, appears to be based on Lovecraft himself.
A scene from the ancient conflict in At the Mountains of Madness, where the Elder Things warred against the rebellious, protean shoggoths.
From Lovecraft’s “The Unnameable.”
A tentacular portrait of H. P. Lovecraft himself, complete with Cthulhu cravate, based on Lovecraft’s 1934 portrait.
Based on Lovecraft’s “The Moon-Bog.”