Evil Supply Co. is a research and development firm for professional villains. We are also a publisher of wonderments and a purveyor of exquisitely evil paper goods. Established in 1879 via time travel.

October

evilsupplyco:

With haggard breath and well worn claws, we dig through September, lurching to October.

The smells and wonders and haunts of sanctuary lurk just ahead. Just out of reach, moving ever closer. The illusions are slipping away, the mirages are fading, the torments are nearly over, and soon.

Soon. We will be home. And all will be right.

And all will be wicked, and wild, and wonderful.

Thirty-one days of healing, of strength, of cold energy. Just enough, just barely, to survive the coming year.

Soon.

Welcome home, my love. My beautiful love.

evilsupplyco:

Today is the last day for Mister Ghost’s “HEADLESS HORSEMAN,” and shipping has already begun. There aren’t many left in stock.
Tomorrow, the next Mister Ghost will not be announced. The product will go on pause while we finish setting up our shipping office and prep a few massive shifts.
Mister Ghost’s Monthly Parcel, HEADLESS HORSEMAN, available here. (X)
evilsupplyco:

Today is the last day for Mister Ghost’s “HEADLESS HORSEMAN,” and shipping has already begun. There aren’t many left in stock.
Tomorrow, the next Mister Ghost will not be announced. The product will go on pause while we finish setting up our shipping office and prep a few massive shifts.
Mister Ghost’s Monthly Parcel, HEADLESS HORSEMAN, available here. (X)

evilsupplyco:

Today is the last day for Mister Ghost’s “HEADLESS HORSEMAN,” and shipping has already begun. There aren’t many left in stock.

Tomorrow, the next Mister Ghost will not be announced. The product will go on pause while we finish setting up our shipping office and prep a few massive shifts.

Mister Ghost’s Monthly Parcel, HEADLESS HORSEMAN, available here. (X)

Twice a month, we give away a packet of small bits and pieces to a randomly member of our mailing list. If you include your address, you may occasionally receive a handwritten postcard from Atticus. You do not have to include your address to win the giveaway, however. If you’re on the list already, and we don’t have your address, instructions are provided on how to update your profile. Sign up here (x)
Twice a month, we give away a packet of small bits and pieces to a randomly member of our mailing list. If you include your address, you may occasionally receive a handwritten postcard from Atticus. You do not have to include your address to win the giveaway, however. If you’re on the list already, and we don’t have your address, instructions are provided on how to update your profile. Sign up here (x)
Twice a month, we give away a packet of small bits and pieces to a randomly member of our mailing list. If you include your address, you may occasionally receive a handwritten postcard from Atticus. You do not have to include your address to win the giveaway, however. If you’re on the list already, and we don’t have your address, instructions are provided on how to update your profile. Sign up here (x)

Twice a month, we give away a packet of small bits and pieces to a randomly member of our mailing list. If you include your address, you may occasionally receive a handwritten postcard from Atticus. You do not have to include your address to win the giveaway, however. If you’re on the list already, and we don’t have your address, instructions are provided on how to update your profile. Sign up here (x)

Anonymous asked:
Dear Atticus I have found my calling and started drawing the blueprints to my creations, how ever it seems that I might be scared to take the leap and overwhelmed in front of the size of what I want to achieve. How can I pass that ?

Build in paper thin layers. Take your entire problem and break it down into chunks of priority, figure out the economy of scale.

Impatience is a natural reaction because you will become overwhelmed with the sheer joy of the end state, but to be honest, your end-state is a fantasy still. It’s realization will be far different than what you are currently imagining.

Enjoy the process and build up a little bit every night.

Life is long, death is longer, and evil is eternal.

Tagged: #Anonymous
Anonymous asked:
As a budding villain, about to embark on a career of treachery and deceit, is there any advice you could impart regarding how to choose an effective pseudonym, grand title, or other appropriate name as to make my foes tremble and quake before me?

The terror names bring is earned, not granted by the syllables. Years ago, there was a vampire by the name of Periwinkle Petite Petticoats who made jaws drop and boots-hit-pavement when folk heard he was coming down the street (he wore these damn ankle bells that sounded a bit like water falling — started a trend in the 90s that high school students in various parts of the United States simply adored).

Build a name that feels comfortable in your mouth when you introduce yourself, that flows naturally when you sign documents.

Do not finish refining until you are comfortable.

Tagged: #Anonymous

Come home, sweet love

Autumn is getting dressed with reds and golds, browns and softly spoken, gently chilled words.

Come home, sweet love, come home, sweet love.

Come home, campfires. Come home, smoke. Come home, ghosts on wind.

Come home, sweet love, come home, sweet love.