Nyaruko Party Van
Get on the Bus, Obakachantachi !
(Slowpoke News Service) Via Koepota, Yuka Otsubo in June 2012 for the Nyaruko Car Akiba Rally.
Lovecraft’s work began being appearing in Japanese as early as the 1940s, when Nishio Tadashi’s translation of The Statement of Randolph Carter was serialized in Hakaba (“Graveyard”) magazine, and when his work appeared in translations of foreign horror anthologies.
- The Long Tentacle of H.P. Lovecraft in Manga , Jason Thompson, 01/04/10
- Lovecraft’s Descent Into Insanity (Or is it Inanity?), Tokyo Scum , 01/21/11
- The Cthulhu Mythos in Japan, Justin Mullis, Lovecraftzine, 01/09/13