Comic for December 18th, 2015
December 18th, 2015


Cthulhu’s kinda a dick sometimes.

Also, you can use your imagination as to exactly what they did on the computer which called him forth.  Poked him on Spacebook, put out a Craig’s List Ad, googled his name three times.  The possibilities are limitless and I leave them to the horror of your imagination.

Discussion (16)¬

  1. SaylorA says:

    Google. Google. Google.

  2. RazorD9 says:

    Hmm, bet they had to send him 666 pictures of cats with there wallpaper set on banana pudding.

  3. Amy says:

    I don’t think Cthulhu looks any different. I wonder if that’s significant somehow, or if there was just no way to make him look even creepier?

    Side note: I tried to check LGWiki to verify what Cthulhu looked like normally, but it wouldn’t load. Instead, I saw a bunch of error messages. There were way too many to read but almost all of them said:

    “Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /home1/legostar/public_html/LGwiki/pmwiki.php on line”

    and then a line number. Is that happening for anyone else? I THINK it sounds like an error in the website where a piece of code that used to work is no longer supported, not a problem on my end, but I could be wrong.

    • JuL says:

      I get those error messages, too.

      • DrLegostar says:

        Yes, I noticed that last night, I’m working on what I have to do to fix it, if anyone has any insight that’d be appreciated.

        • Amy says:

          Do you maintain (or at least have access to) the PHP code for the Wiki? It sounds like that code needs to be updated, but I would have trouble telling you anything more specific than “change all the preg_replace calls into preg_replace_callback calls” without being able to see the code. (And probably even WITH seeing the code, I wouldn’t be able to fix it — I’ve only had one PHP class.)

          • WJS says:

            That’s what you need to do. Of course, it’s not quite that simple, you need to change the replacement parameter to a callback as detailed on the manual page, but it should be a pretty simple fix. Of course, unless you wrote the wiki code yourself, you should not do this! What you should do is find an up-to-date copy of the code from wherever you got it to begin with.

  4. Ranthoron says:

    Hmmm…. Order a Banana Pizza from outside?

  5. Legodogbot says:

    What did you expect? You were looking up the true face of Cthulhu, that is probably the best the internet could do.

  6. JAB says:

    Ok, that made me laugh.

  7. BrickVoid says:

    Belinda probably called Cthulhu herself, but he got the destination mixed up because of a similarity between two characters in the Eldritch language, and here he is! 😀

  8. T. Gatto says:

    I wonder if you can 3D print him?

  9. Wolf72 says:

    “… is kinda dick sometimes” … LOL

  10. Mike says:

    Did they run one of Bob Howard’s computer programs?

  11. aurox says:

    They ran a necronomacro.

  12. dlenn says:

    ha ha well where;s an eldritch horror going to get some fun anyway?