SereNipHity Nihila

The colour side of a postcard Jim McPherson prepared in 2012 as a handout; artwork taken from cover of "Goddess Gambit"; artwork by Verne Andru

The colour side of a postcard Jim McPherson prepared in 2012 as a handout; artwork taken from cover of “Goddess Gambit”; artwork by Verne Andru

Jim McPherson, the creator/writer of the Phantacea Mythos, is seeing faces again. He’s not alone either. The folks behind Fortean Times are, too:. Except they cheat on the cover of FT 327: http://pics.gjovaag.com/FT/large/FT327.jpg

The Queen of England is secretly a lizard according to Fortean Times in 1999

Slightly altered cover from Fortean Times #129; more covers are here: http://www.theguardian.com/media/gallery/2013/nov/11/fortean-times-covers#img-7

Webmeister Oz has turned Borealis Brolly¬† (aka Auroral Nihila) into a background image whereas McPherson himself has contributed a new entry to the Serendipity page. It’s called sereNipHity (serendipity + Nihila + pHantacea + nifty).

The Serendipity entry is here: http://www.phantacea.info/seren.htm#iceNihil, whereas the background makes it first appearance here: http://www.phantacea.info/devils-described.htm#harmy. There’s even a new banner that should show up once in a while on pHantaBlog.

Photograph by Tom Mackie in Iceland, 2014, scanned in from the May 2015 issue of Fortean Times; Nihila artwork by Verne Andru, 2012; banner prepared by Jim McPherson, 2015

Photograph by Tom Mackie in Iceland, 2014, scanned in from the May 2015 issue of Fortean Times; Nihila artwork by Verne Andru, 2012; banner prepared by Jim McPherson, 2015

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