Tuesday, May 23, 2006


Sample: The unrelenting terror that is BROOD X.
Source: Unearthed from the Lovecraftian abyss, Beloit WI.

Once every seventeen years, BROOD X emerges from its subterranian lair, unleashing a brutal swarm upon the sunlit lands above. Though the lifespan of BROOD X is rather short, they still manage to accomplish their orgiastic frenzy of terror, producing a dormant population of pulsating repulsive mucosal larvae to rise against humanity in another seventeen years.

Witness the horror that is BROOD X, 10x.

Patches of venomous green appear in between rivers of inky black, 60x.

The all-seeing eye of BROOD X, 60x.

Each facet is a black hole of TERROR, yearning to consume every photon of fear emitted by an unsuspecting public. 200x.

No mere tool of man's science can hope to probe deep into the murky madness within. 200x.

The insipid underbelly of BROOD X, 10x.

Grasping, reaching, clawing. The two-pointed toes of BROOD X carry nothing but horror, yearning to earn a secure foothold on the madness within. 60x.

Itching and flexing in slobbering anticipation, 200x.

Short stubbly hairs convey information about the subtle vibrations of the aether, 200x.

Resembling a drooling mouth hungry at the idea of blood, this structure serves no discernable function. 60x.

Gibbering madness waits for those who seek the secrets of BROOD X! 200x.

The appearance of fragility cloaks the wing's true purpose. 10x.

They can propel the brood at mind-bending speeds. 60x.

A small river of color in a sea of insanity. 60x.

Beauty amongst the forest of horror that is BROOD X only serves to enhance its malevolence. 200x.

Further analysis of the wing brings new terrors into the light. 60x.

Stubby and hideous protrusions line every square inch of BROOD X. 200x.

As if to mock us, further illumination only highlights the hideous structures further. 60x.

Sharper relief on the spiny terrors, 200x.

At last, the end of this nightmarish journey into the world of BROOD X. Perhaps one day, we will be able to slow the devastating effects this hellacious species has on our collective consciousness, and yes, perhaps even our souls. (200x)


Blogger swan_pr said...

wow :) :) great post! I love it. the narrative is pretty cool :) thank you.

9:58 PM  
Blogger Jacob said...

Thanks a lot! :)

There's really no other way to describe such a dog-ugly insect, in my opinion. And once I heard that they were called Brood X, well... That made my decision for me!

7:50 AM  

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