The list author says: "The recent profusion of Cthulhu mythos comics has made it difficult to find space for all of these in my other list. I am concentrating on graphic novels/compilations rather than the individual issues. If you are so inclined, here is a web archive that leads you to some online comics not otherwise available: http://lovecraftismissing.com/?cat=179 I prefer print editions but some of the work, like The Outsider from Elliott Rodriguez, is really wonderful. This website is a treasure trove for serious Lovecraft comic aficianados.
Art books are still in my other list. Let me know if I missed something."
"This book kicks off a glorious series from Boom Studios. The overall story arc by Michael Nelson is what makes this great. Even though I was less impressed by the ending, the accomplishment of the total series is impressive. The Fugue is a terrific start."
"Unlike Fall of Cthulhu, Cthulhu Tales is 2-3 self contained mythos stories per issue. It's a mixed bag, like most such comics, but in every issue I found something to admire, in terms of the story and/or the art."
"Yuggoth Cultures by Alan Moore is a bit outre, and I did not like it much. However the graphic novel compilation includes all 3 issues of Yuggoth Creatures from Avatar Press, which was another wonderful original Cthulhu mythos story arc. The art is pretty darned good too."
"I was not impressed with the art depicting HPL and didn't find the humor very funny. On the other hand, the monsters were draawn with panache and how critical do you want to be with a comic book anyway?"
"I don't understand the fascination with making HPL a character in a story where his fiction is real. Anyway, the depictions of HPL, especially as a child, don't do anything for me, but the mythos critters are very well done and the story itself is pretty good."
"HPL, Charles Fort and Sir Arthur COnon Doyle team up with Harry Houdini to prevent the Tcho Tcho from releasing creatures from beyond the Dreamlands into our world. Expensive used copies are for fanatics only."
"Please note this is a brand new version of the classic story by Michael Zigerlig. As I write this, the product blurb and the reviews are for a totally unrelated item by Garth Ennis. CoC actually is a lovely book and worth getting."
"I think volume 2 dates from around 2006. It was a well written, well drawn series so I don't know why Seaven Seas pulled the plug. In volume 2 we learn more about the protagonist's background and clearly there was more than enough material to keep a series going."