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It’s Twelfth Night, officially the end of Christmas. Elect a king and queen by hiding hard inedible lumps inside plum cake, get wasted on wassail punch and run through the streets banging sticks to drive out evil spirits, or take the Three Wise Men off your Nativity scene and stick them inside Baby Jesus’ crib for... reasons, I don’t even know. How does Eerie mark the close of the festive season? Let us know with stories, fanart, or whatever takes your fancy!
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Merry Christmas, Eerie fans! What did Santa bring you this year? Hopefully lots of Eerie fanworks, which are due today!
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The metal frame of the old fashioned lampshade was bent and warped and slightly rusty. Tinsel had been wrapped around the skeletal struts and liberal amounts of masking tape held tarnished baubles and moulting wire-framed robins to the shining web formed by the sagging strands. Skeins of partially-shredded cotton wool balls, coated in glitter, were randomly dotted over the whole assemblage, and a length of mostly burnt-out fairy lights flickered spasmodically beneath the tattered remains of the lampshade's silken tassels.

"Thank you, Harley," said Simon, setting it in a place of honour atop his desk. "It's a beautiful Christmas tree."

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The red eye-mask lay on the muddy pavement, it's gold spangles glittering in the reflected headlight of passing traffic. Marshall was practically bouncing with excitement.

"You guys know what this means, right?" he said.

Simon shook his head. Dash shrugged.

Marshall spread his arms wide, encompassing the mask, the wet tarmac, the overcast sky, and the town in general.

"We have our very own costumed hero in Eerie!"

"It's December," said Dash. "Somebody stuck at a boring office Christmas party got it out of a cracker."

"Costumed. Hero." Marshall insisted.

Simon picked up the strip of glittery fabric using a novelty plastic grabber shaped like a Great White shark. Something lumpy and opaque dripped off it and landed with a splat in the murky puddle at his feet.

"Uh, guys?" he said.

The older two turned to look at him.

"I think that's brains," said Simon.

Marshall gasped. Dash sighed.

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Popped into TK Max to see if I could pick up more weird thing. They were all out of weird thing, but check out this monstrosity I found in, unsurprisingly, the clearence section:

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Somebody actually thought that thing was a good idea. Someone legit sat back, looked at that thing, and thought "yeah, people will pay money to put that in their mouths." It looks like the disgusting blob of ectoplasm from the Old Hitchcock Mill scene in the Hole in the Head Gang.
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The animatronic Santa’s eyes were cold and dead, but those of his helpers gleamed bright and wet and full of malevolent intent. They moved in stiff, shuddering jerks, pudgy hands clutching hammers and tongs and wrenches and jagged-toothed saws, and their rubbery faces stretched in a variety of cheery grimaces that revealed the needle-sharp teeth behind the rosy-cheeked facade.

“Should we do something about this?” asked Simon, eyeing the line of children that snaked from the grotto to encircle the entire second floor of the Eerie Mall.

“I dunno,” said Marshall. “What’s our policy on evil robot elves?”

Simon shrugged.

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Let's face it, you've probably seen Christmas junk in the shops since August, but now finally the most wonderful time ofbthe year has arrived... the Eerie Christmas Challenge!
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You know those 3D wooden advent calendars you can get that people reuse every year, adding their own gifts to the little boxes instead of having the throwaway chocolate ones? This year I decided to get a plain paint your own one from HobbyCraft and make it up with an Eerie theme.

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I went for pink/teal for the World o' Stuff and ForeverWare logos, black and red for the Pitbull Surfers and Dash, blue and silver for the Eerie Dairy, and green and yellow for the Loyal Order of Corn. The last one is purple and gold just because I like the combo.

The bases are going to be dark brown with gold trim, like the big box at the top of the stack. When it's all dry I'm thinking a LOT of glitter and a coat of lacquer, and after that who knows?
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Sorry guys! I totally thought I had posted this at the start of the month, but obviously not.

For those of you who missed it last year, the Advent Calendar Challenge works as follows: to sign up, you leave a comment to this post saying so. Then, other people respond to your comments with prompts, until you have 25. Then, you create some sort of fanworks for each of those prompts, and post them between the 1st and 25th of December, in the order you received them.


If you want some inspiration, you can check out the 2015 entries here.

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