Incubus: In current usage, incubus means a person or thing that oppresses, such as a nightmare. c.1200. L.L. (Augustine), from L. incubo “nightmare, one who lies down on (the sleeper),” from incubare “to lie upon” (see incubate). Plural is incubi. In the Middle Ages, their existence was recognized by law.
Incubus Weekly: An image blog where one may hob and nob with all manner of original beasts created exclusively for this site, by myself, just for the fun of it. You are invited to imagine the creatures’ taxonomies, personalities and characteristics. Comments are welcome. Subscribe to this blog and receive email notifications of new incubi by entering your email address in the space provided (I promise to never share your email with anyone else for any purpose whatsoever).
Anthony Gonzalez: An artist/illustrator whose work has appeared (among other places) in the editorial pages of The New York Times, The New York Daily News and The Nation.
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