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Haiyore! Nyaruko Translated From Moe

May 3, 2012 @ 5:37 CDT


Haiyore! Nyaruko’s first three episodes have fell victim to pure genius as they’ve been rewritten in true Lovecraft style – essentially conforming the adorable series to be what it was based on to begin with.

Haiyore! Nyaruko is based on a set of horror novels by an author quite renowned for his dark storytelling, Lovecraft. This anime essentially translated Lovecraft’s novels into modern moe, frequently making all sorts of puns and jabs at Lovecraft whilst delivering a painfully cute variant in its place – however 4channers have in response converted Haiyore! Nyaruko back into Lovecraft writing, devising their own tome based off episodes of the anime, all expressed accordingly to how Lovecraft would have written it.

This series of literary works, available below, are as loyal to Lovecraft’s style as can be – replicating it flawlessly, and certainly doing far more than merely amusing a few people as the impact of this advanced exposition is well beyond unbelievable. Indeed, whoever is responsible for this is quite capable of being a professional author if so desired – assuming they’re not already.

In any case, this trilogy is not yet over – it seems that whoever’s managing to pull off this monumental feat, they appear to intend to do so for every episode Nyaruko has to offer. By the time this project is completed in its entirety, this will end up as one rather legendary collection of compositions.

Lovecraft may have starting spinning in his grave from Haiyore! Nyaruko, yet this may very well anchor him back to the ground – or at least send him spiraling the opposite direction.

4 Comments

  • skylion says:

    I piss myself for not thinking of doing this myself.

  • zer0 says:

    Nice… whoever is writing this must be a huge Lovecraft fan. As you already mentioned the style is very similar. I haven’t read much Lovecraft yet, but this really feels like reading one of his works.

  • skylion says:

    It’s not pure Lovecraft, it’s actually better. Genuine Lovecraft is far far far more tedious. Either that, or I’m just laughing too hard to care…

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