Since their original publication in the 1920s, the stories of H.P. Lovecraft have endured and grown into an entire subset of the horror genre unto themselves, with themes of the unavoidable insanity that comes with knowledge and cosmic insignificance that are far more subtle and ultimately terrifying than the average ghost story.
Which makes them great entertainment for eight year-olds.
Whether you want to manipulate them into sacrificing their childhoods to join your militant superhero team, or convince them to buy four copies of the exact same comic by printing them with marginally different covers, or just get them to line up like little living bullseyes so you can practice your archery, gullible children play an important role in the world of comics, and we should all be thankful for their stupidity
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