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  • IsaiahV17

    My Slappy Memes

    July 22, 2017 by IsaiahV17
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  • IsaiahV17

    I made these as if they were to make any more Goosebumps VHS tapes, especially the Ultimate Goosebumps Series.

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  • NicktheDummy

    My Monster Artwork

    July 20, 2017 by NicktheDummy


    I hope you like it.

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  • GodzillaFan1

    READER BEWARE: This is my blog, so everything I say here is my opinion. I'm not going to end every sentence "in my opinion" or anything like that. If you have your own thoughts on these covers, please leave them in the comments below.


    In this series of blogs, I'll be reviewing each Goosebumps series' cover art. For this one, I will be taking a look at the Classic Goosebumps series. Classic Goosebumps is a book series that re-releases older Goosebumps books with brand new artwork. The art is done by an artist named Brandon Dorman. He usually does fantasy-type artwork, which range from cartoony, to detailed and realistic. I must say, he's a very good artist. He's done a lot of book covers, but none of them were really horror based. So Goosebumps is a bit di…

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  • NicktheDummy

    Here's another update about our two upcoming Stine Tingling motion picture films, but this month, it's mostly about Fear Street.

    For Goosebumps HorrorLand's news, we already know this, but Jack Black has been confirmed to reprise his role as R.L. Stine and Slappy, as confirmed by Stine himself.

    As for Fear Street, BIG NEWS! The upcoming 20th Century Fox film finally has a director on board, Leigh Janiak! And from what I heard, The film is going to have two sequels, making it a movie trilogy! But the big question is, WHEN IS THIS MOVIE COMING OUT!?! Man, we have a release date for Goosebumps HorrorLand, September 21, 2018, but no date for Fear Street yet, I hope that gets confirmed really soon. Like, next month soon.

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  • IsaiahV17

    Check out this article! http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/goosebumps-launches-as-anthology-comic-property-october-1020183

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  • GoosebumpsResearcher

    ​Would you rather...

    ​roam through the woods near Wolf Creek or Fever Swamp?

    ​Would you rather...

    ​take part in a reading program with Mr. Mortman or a class with Mrs. Maargh?

    ​Would your rather...

    ​take on Purple Rage or Scarlet Starlet?

    ​Would your rather...

    ​come across The Haunter or The Snatcher?

    ​Would your rather...

    ​run into John & Jane Luckmeyer or Wolf Boy and Wolf Girl?

    Leave your answers in the comments.

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  • NicktheDummy

    This Stine YTP I found on YouTube is really funny (don't worry, it doesn't have mature content) the person who made this did a good job, because there really isn't a good Goosebumps or R.L. Stine YTP out there, none of them are funny, but this one was. Lol!

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  • GoosebumpsArt

    "Say Cheese — and Die Screaming!"?

    ...More like "Say Cheese — and Take a 20+ Day Hiatus from Blog Reviews!"


    (This is a review, not a synopsis. For a recap, check out this page.)


    I've heard a couple of people say that they dislike this book. One reason that I heard was that this book didn't have Greg Banks, the protagonist in the previous two books involving the Camera.

    I'm about to share an opinion that might shock you; most of the Goosebumps characters are completely interchangeable.

    Think to yourself: what is one trait about Greg Banks that you like? What was his character arc?

    There's a good chance that you'll be drawing a blank on both of those. You might say, "his arc was to defeat the camera!" ...But that isn't an arc. He was presented with …



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  • NicktheDummy

    Here's another gallery of hilariously terrifying Goosebumps mirrored monster faces:

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  • NicktheDummy

    It's still too early to rank the series, so I'm just going to review the books.


    It's about a boy named Ian Barker, he has two annoying cousins and an annoying sister, he get's Slappy for his birthday, but he comes to live, and causes evil pranks, later his cousins steal Slappy, but Slappy uses his tricks against the boys.


    • It was interesting to where I read the whole book in 1 day.
    • Slappy has a neat new ability, nosebleed.
    • Ian was quite an enjoyable character
    • I like the flashback early in the story
    • The Living dolls and Abigail was quite a great twist.

    • Slappy is basically doing what he always does in previous living dummy books.
    • I like Slappy, but he's really full of himself during the intro.
    • Jonny and Vinny were annoying.

    Score: 8 out of 10


    It's about…





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  • NicktheDummy

    http://m.hindustantimes.com/books/25-years-of-goosebumps-r-l-stine-tells-us-how-he-brought-his-monsters-to-life/story-L2dp5o2ihMGRqeAcupmizK.html

    Stine tells us how he brought his monsters to life.


    He reveals some interesting and funny information, like his 3 favorite books.

    • Night of the Living Dummy
    • The Haunted Mask (book)
    • Brain Juice



    One of his favorite horror movies is The Shining


    And he says what Stephen King accuses him of......

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  • MJNSEIFER

    Just seeing...

    July 10, 2017 by MJNSEIFER

    If I can still write things (comments don't work), will delete this if so (and if I can).

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  • Slappythedummyfan

    My theory in this Goosebumps movie Sequel that Zach and Hannah will play a maylor role and Laura Herny is coming after them that Hannah was actually Human who rewrote by Stine so I believe that Hannah don't got evil clone because if you heard Hannah said she want to dance with Zach and she said in the end that she come back that she know that she want to dance with Zach so it is same Hannah. I think who is main protagonist is in Sequel is .... Carly Beth Caldwell. Who do you think my theory?

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  • NicktheDummy


    For every Goosebumps fan who lives in the USA, have a scary 4th of July, Slappy's got sone fire crackers to light, hopefully he won't give it to you and blow up all your fingers! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha #Slappy4thJuly!

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  • Slappy'sGirlfriend2598

    I will try not to make this too long........

    It will start off where the first movie had ended, when Stine finds out that The Invisible Boy is still out of his manuscript. Stine manages to run away and escape from The Inivisble Boy and goes to warn the kids of what happened. Zach then tells Stine to quickly write a new manuscript so they that will be able to capture the loose monster. Stine tellls the kids that he left the typewriter in the classroom. So they head back to retrieve the typewriter, but find out that it's missing. They head back to Stine's house to devise a plan. Once they get there, they find The Invisible Boy in Stine's Study. The Invisible Boy tells them that he's in charge of the town and he plans on giving it a "makeover"…

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  • Murder the Clown

    I've been wanting to go to a summer camp for two years. I wanted to go to the Camp Dark Shadows.

    Now, I can't even hear about it. I mean, my friends and I got lost in the forest, a fourteen years old girl drowned in the camp's pool... Even one of my best friends almost died!

    But I'd better start my story at the beggining.

    * * *

    When I was twelve years old, I was told about the Camp Dark Shadows. My best friend, Miles Crossbane, read an article about it in a newspaper. Miles likes to read newspapers. I'm not sure why. I think he just likes to stay alert about the world around him.

    I got really excited about the summer camp, but later, my dad told me that we didn't have enough money. Then, he said, "If you finish the school year with an average o…

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  • NicktheDummy
    • 4 years: Frankenstein's Dog (2013)
    • 5 years: Goosebumps Wanted: The Haunted Mask (2012)
    • 6 years: The Five Masks of Dr. Screem (2011)
    • 7 years: Weirdo Halloween (2010)
    • 8 years: The Streets of Panic Park (2009)
    • 18 years: Return to Ghost Camp (1999)
    • 19 years: Revenge R Us (1998)
    • 20 years: My Best Friend Is Invisible (1997)
    • 21 years: Ghost Camp (1996)
    • 22 years: The Horror at Camp Jellyjam (1995)
    • 23 years: Go Eat Worms!
    • 24 years: Welcome to Camp Nightmare (1993)
    • 25 years: Welcome to Dead House, Stay Out of the Basement, and Monster Blood (book) (1992)


    HAPPY 25TH ANNIVERSARY GOOSEBUMPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • IsaiahV17

    A while back I gave an idea for what the plot of Goosebumps 2 could be. I've decided to go off of that, and give a full plot synopsis for what could  happen in Goosebumps 2. Here we go...


    Picking up right after the ending of the last film, Zach and Hannah are walking home from school. They run into Champ on their way. They all talk about their crazy adventure, making jokes, and being thankful that its all over. They all walk to Zach's house, and as they enter, they are greeted to a surprise visitor, Zach's Cousin Shawn. It turns out that Shawn will be spending the weekend with Zach and his Mom. The kids find out that Shawn is inspiring to be a horror writer. Just to make things even more chaotic, the kids see that someone is moving next acr…


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  • Slappy'sGirlfriend2598

    I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS IS HAPPENING!!!!!! Goosebumps 2 starts filming this October!!!!!!!!!! The only problem is that I try to look this up on other websites and it doesn't say.......... I found this link on Facebook on Tuesday and it looks legit XD XD XD XD XD XD XD What do you guys think?????????? http://omegaunderground.com/2017/03/16/jack-blacks-goosebumps-2-begins-filming-october-atlanta/ -Slappy'sGirlfriend2598.

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  • GoosebumpsArt

    I was looking over the Scholastic website, and I made a very strange discovery about the book Brain Juice.

    The cover provided here  (mirror) was HD, so I figured I could clean it up and maybe add it to the Wiki. While I was inspecting the cover, I noticed that something about the tagline was... Weird.

    The cover provided on the Scholastic website says the line,

    "This is your brain. This is your brain on juice."

    In case that doesn't sound familiar, the line is a direct reference to an anti-drug PSA from the 1980s (link & link).

    When I first read that, I was a little surprised that they would reference such a serious topic. I also didn't remember the tagline at all. However, I was even more surprised when I realized that the tagline was replaced by S…

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  • NicktheDummy

    For this countdown, I'm ranking all of the Night of the Living Dummy sequels, so let's get started with these books featuring fan favorite, antagonist of the movie, and most popular Goosebumps character of all time, Slappy!

    • #8: Son of Slappy: Scary story, with a bad ending, well, if your on Jackson's side, maybe someday he'll claim his good name.
    • #7: Night of the Living Dummy III: I didn't hate this, but the cover looked like an army of dummies, but only Rocky was with him, and the other dummies killed him, or did they?
    • #6: Slappy New Year!: Good entry, but once again, Slappy is trying to get a kid framed, oh well, it's pretty mean.
    • #5: Bride of the Living Dummy: It seems that Slappy wants to find love, but he just wants a slave, it's a scary s…
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  • GodzillaFan1


    Calling all Egg Monsters! It's time we all come together and appreciate the second best Goosebumps villain, the Egg Monster from Mars!

    IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not talk bad about the Egg Monster in the comments. If so, you will be banned for 3000 years.

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  • GoosebumpsArt

    Hello everyone! Earlier today, Entertainment Weekly uploaded their interview with R.L. Stine, and at about 12 minutes in, Stine hinted at a Goosebumps comic book.

    https://www.facebook.com/entertainmentweekly/videos/vb.52150999700/10155603154724701/?type=3&theater

    If you don't feel like watching the video, here's a recap:

    • Stine wasn't allowed to talk about the topic, hinting that something was being planned.
    • Stine wouldn't be writing for the series.
      • This either means they will use new plots (not created by Stine) or they will reuse Stine's older plots.
    • The way that Stine talked about the possible new comics made them sound as if they wouldn't be a continuation of the Goosebumps Graphix series.

    Needless to say, I'm pretty hyped... Unless this is a Slap…

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  • ErnestoCabral2016

    The second book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series, Attack of the Jack, is now available on Amazon! Is someone already buying it?

    Here is the link to go buy it :D

    https://www.amazon.com/Attack-Jack-Goosebumps-SlappyWorld-2/dp/1338068369

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  • NicktheDummy

    We finally reached 100 videos! And not by spamming this time! Well, 101 actually, but still awesome! Good job everyone.

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  • IsaiahV17

    I've created an Amino all about Goosebumps, for everyone to join! An amino is like a community for blog posts, polls, quizs, and all other fun things to talk about Goosebumps. This is the link: http://aminoapps.com/c/GoosebumpsWorld or download the Amino app and look for Goosebumps World. Come and join, as it will be a very fun experience, and you'll enjoy discussing Goosebumps facts, news, and trivia!

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  • NicktheDummy


    I found this video online, and it is extremely ear piercing! I lost the challenge, but can you pass? Where your head phones full blast abd watch this video, I must warn you, it is really loud!

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  • NicktheDummy

    As we know, R.L. Stine said on Twitter that Slappy was coming back, but some people don't believe him, oh well, but I found this article online.

    https://www.theglobaldispatch.com/jack-black-confirmed-for-goosebumps-2-set-for-2018-goosebumps-horrorland-15355/

    The article says he will return to play Slappy, however, this article doesn't confirm it 100%, for I'm not sure were the author got this information, but still, it could be legit info, we're just going to have to wait and see.

    As for me, I strongly believe this, because a Goosebumps movie without Slappy would be like summer without ice cream, but let's see what news says.

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  • IsaiahV17

    If your a fan of Goosebumps, then you're obviously a fan of R.L Stine. Me and a few other Goosebumps Wiki members have collaberated to make a Wiki dedicated to the Master of Fright himself. The wiki has a large focus on not only Goosebumps, but also his other series, including Fear Street, The Nightmare Room, Mostly Ghostly, and more. But with the wiki slowly growing, we need your help to make the wiki grow. If your a fan of Goosebumps or R.L Stine, we could use your effort on our site. If you would like to join, go to www.stine.wikia.com. 

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  • IsaiahV17

    I had bought a lot of the old Goosebumps video tapes, and I have been watching them a lot lately. My copy of A Night in Terror Tower even came with the original insert, which is really cool because it's very rare to find those today.

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  • GoosebumpsArt

    I'm honestly getting tired of using the words "weird" and "strange" in my reviews because I feel like I overuse them... But with a book like Who's Your Mummy? and My Friends Call Me Monster, can anyone really blame me?


    (This is a review, not a synopsis. For a recap, check out this page.)


    Our protagonist, Michael "Monster" Munroe, is all of the following: buff, mature looking, bad tempered, and a computer tech genius. One of those things is not quite like the others... I wonder if it will wind up being a vital element to the plot later on... Who knoooows... *HINT HINT*.

    Michael uses his radical extreme tech skills to create a device that opens the classroom blinds when he blows into a dog whistle, but (as you probably guessed) he gets busted. …



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  • GoosebumpsResearcher

    ​Would you rather...

    ​live in a house with a ancient eygptian pretending to be your uncle or a plant-based clone of your father?

    ​Would you rather...

    ​Go to a school where the bullies are Creeps or where your teacher and the princial are Monsters.

    ​Would you rather...

    ​experince the first or second story arc of the Goosebumps HorrorLand book series?

    ​Would you rather...

    ​run into six giant praying mantises or two giant black cats?

    ​Would you rather...

    ​walk by the grave of Brandon Estep or Melvin Estep II?

    ​Leave your answers in the comments

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  • NicktheDummy


    Attack of the Jack

    Days Left: 0 - LAND HO!

    I Hope My story about Sailor Jack is a real Scream dummy matey! Ha ha ha ha ha ha!

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  • NicktheDummy

    5000 Edits!

    June 19, 2017 by NicktheDummy

    After almost two years on the wiki, I've finally made 5000 edits, Yeah! Now let's see if I can make 10,000 edits!

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  • NicktheDummy

    This was kind of hard, because I didn't think any of these books were bad, so I did my best, however, number 1 wasn't hard, because I do have a favorite out of these four.

    • 4: Trick or Trap: It's an okay Halloween story, and characters you just route for, because Scott and Amanda always get teased for being scared, now they want revenge.
    • 3: Zombie Halloween: a very creepy zombie story.
    • 2: The 12 Screams of Christmas: it's a very interesting story, A ghost family thinks Kate is their daughter that died in 1880, pretty intense, in fact, I re-read this book last Christmas....AT 2AM!
    • 1: The Haunter: This book is just awesome, and the Haunter is just scary! Best Goosebumps Ghost villain since The Snatcher! I just enjoyed this book, Best out of all …
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  • IsaiahV17

    Very recently, I have bought the Goosebumps VHS tapes, and after watching them many times, I felt that i should give my opinions on them. 

    The Haunted Mask: A classic episode, and no doubt the best episode. With very creepy atmosphere, and great climax, and very good acting. It's one I'll definatley be watching every Halloween

    A Night in Terror Tower: A great change of pace from the regular Goosebumps formula. The sets are very great, the main characters are very enjoyable, and I really enjoy the music in the episode . Very great episode.

    Stay Out of the Basement: Love the creepy scenes in the basement, and the Dad is very creepy in the episode. A great watch indeed.

    The Werewolf of Fever Swamp: Great characters, with the exepcition of the ver…

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  • NicktheDummy

    This series was not what I was expecting, I was expecting all the books to be about the most nefarious Goosebumps Monsters, and we did get Slappy, The Gnomes, The Haunted Mask, Mrs. Maaargh, and STRANGLEY DR. MANIAC! But for the rest, we got new monsters that automaticly made the list, I'm not saying it's bad.

    NOTE: the 4 special editions are getting their own list.

    • 11: Dr. Maniac Will See You Now: I already talked about this on my Top 4 sequels I wish never happend, but anyway, Hateful characters, and the return of the super villain that looks like he does crystal meth.
    • 10: Frankenstein's Dog: The Dog Poochie (Not from Poochy and Yoshi's Woolly World) is not even the villain, and the book reminds me of A Shocker on Shock Street and Monster Bl…
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  • IsaiahV17

    I'm very excited for Goosebumps Horrorland, that I've been thinking about what the plot could (or should) be. Here's what I think:

    (Taking place after the end of the First movie) Zach, Hannah, and Champ are very releived that their monster adventure is over. Zach soon finds out that his cousin, Shawn (an aspiring horror writer) has come to stay the weekend with him and his Mom. With Stine out of town for a teacher's meeting, The kids decide to hang out at the amusment park in the woods, along with their new friend, Sam. The next night, the kids go back to the amusment park, but find that something is very different. Instead of the old rustic park, there is now a giant theme park in the middle of the woods, with a giant sign saying "Welcome …

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  • NicktheDummy


    Yes, The Spooky Closet is making a movie Slappy doll, I'm not sure when it's coming, but it's coming soon, and the best part, the paint job was done by Charles Chiodo, one of the Chiodo Bros. Who made the movie Killer Klowns from Outer Space! Freaking Awesome Right!

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  • GoosebumpsArt

    This book gives mummies a bad name. Tut's rolling over in his tomb...


    (This is a review, not a synopsis. For a recap, check out this page.)


    What a strange book. It might not be as strange as this book or that book, but it's an odd read. Actually, now that I've made the comparison, this book isn't all that different from Legend of the Lost Legend. (...I'm sure you all know how I feel about that book, but if not, I'll hint you in; I'm not a fan.)

    Both books involves two kids without any real parental-figures for a majority of the story. The kids in both books end up having to save the one person who actually takes care of them. Also, both stories have fever-dream levels of weirdness,

    But this isn't a Legend of the Lost Legend review, so I'll move o…



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  • NicktheDummy

    Since GoosebumpsArt is reviewing all the books, I'll do my best not to spoil these. So without further a do, here's my ranking of the HorrorLand series, in celebration of Goosebumps HorrorLand (film).

    • 19: Dr. Maniac vs. Robby Schwartz: This Doctor and Maniac is more annoying than Dr. Robotnik from the show Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog! My God, and the cover is so funny.
    • 18: Who's Your Mummy?: Strange and gross.
    • 17: Say Cheese — and Die Screaming!: Where the frick is Greg Banks! Maybe Stine should've saved this for the Chiller House arc.
    • 16: Monster Blood for Breakfast!: You know what would be a great idea for a prank? Let's put Monster Blood in Daniel's Fruit Loops! Oh no, we're all gonna die!
    • 15: When the Ghost Dog Howls: This ghost hound …
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  • CindyLou95

    Hey guys. Now I have read some of R. L. Stine sequels and I must say that some of them didn't go so well. Now before I go any further, I just want to assure you all that I am not trying to mean or critical to R. L. Stine or anything like that. I'm just saying what is on my mind. Now recently, I did some brainstorming on what R. L. Stine could have done with some of his sequels, which I think is a real shame that he never thought about those. I haven't been able to do all of the sequels, so this is as best as I can go there. I would also like to let you all know that these are my personal opinions and there are also spoilers. So anyway, here is what I think R. L. Stine could have done with some his sequels.

    Say Cheese - And Die Screaming!

    Of …

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  • NicktheDummy

    So far with Goosebumps HorrorLand, we got our first promo image, and I wonder. Was the first film mostly about the original series, and the sequel will be about the HorrorLand series? Well, one thing's for sure, The Horrors are confirmed monsters, obviously, because they own HorrorLand.

    As for Fear Street, we got this:

    Producer Peter Chernin on FEAR STREET: "I can't tell you much, but we're working on it really hard. We have the coolest idea ever for it. It's a hard thing to say in this business, but I think it's never been done. We're working on it really hard. I hope in the next few months we'll have something to announce, but we've got some cool, cool stuff for a franchise."

    Awesome right? Well, more updates are on the way about these two …

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  • NicktheDummy

    These 10 are the best protagonist of Goosebumps, you go guys!

    • 10: Greg Banks: he's a smart kid, and he's a good friend. He's low because this trait was taken away from him in the sequel.
    • 9: C-C-Craig: He tries to prove he's brave, and I feel him, and I route for him, and I was happy for him in the end.
    • 8: Heidi Davidson: She's a logical girl, and a great hearted person.
    • 7: Mitchell Moinian: Just a kid who loves his hobbies, that's good.
    • 6: Billy Deep and Sheena Deep: They make a great team, sure they argue, but they work together so well.
    • 5: Ricky Beamer: I felt bad for him, so I couldn't blame him for turning all the kids that picked on him into creeps.
    • 4: Drew Brockman: She's a confedent girl, ans a Halloween lover, I love Halloween too.
    • 3: Ga…
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  • NicktheDummy

    These five just get on my nerves, I hope the monster gets you!

    • 5: Kermit Majors: well, he's not our main character, but he's a character that you just want to slap!
    • 4: Steven Swenny: He kinda deserves what he got, after messing with Ava and Courtney.
    • 3: Brandon Plush: Are we supposed to route for him? He's a bully!
    • 2: Todd Bastrow: He loves worms, and he's screaming at them, what's the matter? I thought they were your intrest, ha ha ha ha ha ha.
    • 1: Tim Swanson: Tim is so stupid! After all you've been through, you still want to be in Amaz-O's show, and you get turned into a hare, that's what you get for being a moron!
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  • NicktheDummy

    Isn't it fun when Goosebumps books get a sequel, but these four, um...why?

    • 4: Return to HorrorLand: the first book was great, but this book is bad, it's just so stupid, oh well, at least we got Goosebumps HorrorLand.
    • 3: Dr. Maniac Will See You Now: Worst than the first one, Dr. Maniac is an okay villain, but he's annoying here, and I hate the characters in this one.
    • 2: Monster Blood III: Kermit is annoying, it has a weird story, and it led to part 4, or should I say, Monstrosety 4!
    • 1: Say Cheese and Die - Again!: I reviewed this one on my top 10 worst Goosebumps books, so I'll be quick, the terror of the camera is happening again, well why are you screwing with it Greg? Just get an F, my God, is your grade more important than your life!
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  • GoosebumpsArt

    Time to review another book. The last book I reviewed was one of my favorite in the Goosebumps HorrorLand series, so how could this one possibly be bad?
    *Forshadowing intesifies*


    (This is a review, not a synopsis. For a recap, check out this page.)


    Talk about a stark contrast. The previous I reviewed was super good, and this one... This one isn't. It's hard to tell where to begin with this review. There's so much to say.

    I guess I'll begin by describing our protagonist: the slightly annoying Robby Schwartz. Robby is a web-cartoonist. Next, I'll introduce our antagonist: the very annoying Dr. Maniac. You see, Dr. Maniac has one catchphrase throughout the book: "I’m not crazy — I’m a MANIAC!" ...However, the phrase is used so often that, by the …




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  • GodzillaFan1

    I only got two items, but they're both super cool, and I have to share them.

    The first one is the original print of The Barking Ghost. Nothing too special. But... when you open the book, you're greeted by this cool Goosebumps calendar poster! Here's an image of it from the original listing:


    It's pretty rare to find the original books with trading cards inside, let alone posters, so I'm very glad to have it!

    Next up is something pretty amazing:


    Even More Tales to Give You Goosebumps in its original packaging, and it's sealed! I was planning on purchasing this a few weeks ago, but someone bought it before I could. I was pretty disappointed, as the price was good (40 bucks + free shipping). However, about a week ago, it resurfaced again and for …



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  • GoosebumpsArt

    It's been a while since my last review. I might as well get back into the swing of things with a sequel to one of the most popular Goosebumps books ever.


    (This is a review, not a synopsis. For a recap, check out this page.)


    Prepare yourself for some really shocking news...

    I really liked this book.

    This is the first Goosebumps HorrorLand book that I'd feel confident saying that I loved. Carly Beth Caldwell, to me, is a very likable character. She doesn't seem ridiculously exaggerated like some characters in the franchise. Some characters, like Kermit Majors, are completely one dimensional caricatures.

    The atmosphere of this book is so much fun. This book seems to add a lot of details about the setting but not too much detail. I dare say that some o…



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