Now that we've collected all of the entries, it's time for you to vote. Here's how it works:
I have listed all the entries, with accompanying links, here. What I would like you to do is read them and then vote for your three favourites. You can vote by any of the following methods:
- Leave a comment on this page identifying your three choices.
- Send me an email (gonzohistory AT gmail)
- Tweet about it -- I'm @gonzohistory
Or, hey, if you know another way to get in touch with me, do that. I will add your votes to the spreadsheet.
You cannot vote for yourself -- or rather, I assume that everyone already votes for themselves, so it's a wash and you might as well spend your votes on other people.
Anyone is eligible to vote. Tell your friends! Tell your grandma! Ask them to listen to my podcast while they're at it.
The last day of voting is Wednesday, December 13! After that I will take the eight highest-scoring entries and send them to the panel of judges to be ranked.
But enough of me talking! Here is the list of monsters. Click on each monster's name to be taken to its page -- that could be the original page where it was posted, or a page I created if it was sent to me.
- Aetherwurm by Jonathan Linneman
- Afelyn by James Baillie
- Bear-Owl by Richard Scott
- Bone-Butcher by Goblin's Henchman
- Brass Lion by Stan Rydzewski
- Cockatrick by Asslessman
- Crypt Guardian by Curtis Fell
- Dinos-orc by James Macleod
- Fuggag by Aaron
- Furry Occulord by Chris Cale
- Glowber-tuttle by Kit Chapman
- Great Wight Shark by Chris Webb
- Hex Beetle by Zhu Baije
- Jellybender by Logan Howard
- Kafka by Kevin Chenevert
- Koosh Lion by Ted Prodromou
- LEGOM by Bob Faulkner
- Man-Tain (and Banino) by Kris
- Oruka by Mark Chance
- Plague Leech by Nick Beebe
- Puschel Wuschel by Herr Zinnling and Lina (aged 9)
- Shell Witch by Jaye Foster
- Skulltaker by Katie Rydzewski
- Slathax by Brian Roe
- Spellagron by Dominique Crouzet
- Sphere of Draining by Allan Hughes
- Thurible Cat by Eric Nieudans
- Weretiger-shark by Harry Scott (aged 10)
And that's it! 28 fun monsters, provided for you free, gratis, and for nothing, by our talented and generous entrants. So why not thank them by giving them a vote? Check this blog and listen to Monster Man for new contest updates.