As I prepare to once again move ABC into a new “season” (so to speak), I once again leave this space open for suggestions. What would you like to see sooner rather than later? What creatures are you dying to hear about? Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... 102 Comments Comment navigation ← Older Comments What about a serious discussion of the ropen (like you’ve done for mokele-mbembe)? LikeLiked by 1 person I can’t find sources on the ropen that aren’t cryptozoological, creationist, or both. It doesn’t seem to have been much of a thing until cryptozoology came in. LikeLiked by 1 person will you draw sea monsters that are seen on maps? LikeLiked by 1 person If they have names and lore, yes LikeLiked by 1 person How ’bout giant spooders? LikeLiked by 1 person Got any? LikeLiked by 1 person Maybe Cheroonear from Dreamtime mythology? LikeLiked by 2 people Definitely on the shortlist LikeLike fish LikeLiked by 1 person something cute and easy to make into a cute animal thing like some I know you have that I already draw sometimes like kadindi and fallfelen and physeter and row and songo and bregdi. I really like bregdi and physeter. I like those that look easy enough to draw and also if they are cute. And just unique from the others enough that I can tell a difference. Like if it is a fish it should still be unique enough that it doesnt look like a regular fish. LikeLiked by 1 person Please could you do Ellén Trechend,Caorthannach and The Revolving Beast ? I feel that a lot of the monsters from Irish Myth are virtually unknown. LikeLiked by 2 people You know what I would love it if you did? Can you do an entry on the Kafre / Kapre of the Philippines? Sometimes I hear it’s an anthropomorphic boar but then other times it isn’t. Are these two different creatures? Different types of the same creature? Or does one stem from sources external to the actual folklore? LikeLiked by 2 people Here are some suggestions: more Yokai from Japan, SCP Foundation, Water Womb World, Discover My Body, Lovecraftian creatures LikeLike Does Ogopogo/n’ha-a-itk have enough lore for an entry? LikeLiked by 1 person The Nanabolele would be really cool. Being a pack-hunting reptilian monster from Africa, I’m surprised that no cryptozoologists have tried to claim that it’s really a JP-style raptor. LikeLiked by 1 person Is the ngoubou distinct from the mokele-mbembe (in the sense that you use it)? LikeLiked by 1 person Probably LikeLike I’d like to see the “shadhavar” (carnivorous unicorn which has a musical horn), the orochii (Japanese giant hydra), more yokai (Japanese spirits, such as the kappa,, tengu, mamahage, nekomota, etc) and the jorumgandr (world serpent). Other than that, I really love what your doing with the book of creatures! LikeLiked by 1 person Already done the first one ^^ LikeLike Monster from the Wizard of Oz mythology, like Kalidahs, Hammerheads, Phanfasms, etc. I think that would be fun. : ) LikeLiked by 1 person I know its kinda late, all the time I was thinking about putting a comment in here but I didnt have time. Its my first time to comment anything in here, surely not first time being in here. I really love what u do and I cant wait till u start adding new creatures to ur webbook. But I will be honest, I think u shouldnt focus too much on creatures like quetzalcoatl, apep, calydonian boar etc. Its not easy to open internet and read about them anywhere. What I really appreciate about ur book is that u put creatures here that im not able to find anywhere on the internet (i know u base on uncommon books, not internet). And thats the real point why i appreciate ur work so much. Please, put more of such creatures in here, creatures that will be something people can find only in your book, but not on wikipedia. LikeLiked by 1 person Hope you’re doing well, dude. ✨💙✨ Djieien – A giant spider of Seneca Indian folklore. I had a really weird dream about this guy last night, or at least, about his neighbors. Red Copper – A… I dunno, sharp-armed monster in Yuchi Indian mythology. He’s probably made of or covered in the stuff he’s named after. Iron Monster – Another Yuchi creature that’s definitely covered in the stuff he’s named after. LikeLiked by 1 person I’m concerned about Djieien because it’s not a giant spider of Seneca folklore, it is literally “spider” in Seneca. So it goes under “spider folklore” rather than “a specific spider creature” :S And thanks! 😊 LikeLike I would like to know more about Amazonian monsters, such as Juma, Mapinguary and the Frogman. I would also like to meet more monsters with musical talent. LikeLiked by 1 person I’d like to see more weird creatures, the weirder the better. XD LikeLiked by 1 person I’m agreeing with Tavares and miniMewtwo. Also WHAT? Eh, makes sense, but why does my book list it as a monster? Oh well Also, mini, you’re definitely in the right place, I can assure you of that. Everybody stay safe out there. Let’s pray that it won’t be long before this crummy year ends on one heck of a positive note. LikeLiked by 1 person I mean… still nothing wrong with including it, eh? 😉 LikeLike I guess so if you’re an arachnophobe! 🤣 LikeLiked by 1 person I would love to learn more about some of the Bizarre medievial Creatures that the knights of the crusades said stories about. Such as the blemy LikeLiked by 1 person Comment navigation ← Older Comments Leave a Reply to Nova Smith Cancel reply Enter your comment here... 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