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The Blob is the main villain in the fifty-fifth Goosebumps book, The Blob That Ate Everyone.

History

It was an idea slime monster created by Zackie Beauchamp which came to life. The Blob does everything Zackie Beauchamp writes in his story, including eating his creator's best male friend, Adam Levin. It is defeated when Zackie Beauchamp uses his mind powers to think the blob away, as well as bring his best friend Adam back.

In a twist ending, the story was actually written by the Blob. Another blob in green approved it, especially when the Pink Blob ate Adam. The Green Blob suggests that the Pink one change the ending so that the blob eats everyone.

Physical appearance

Book appearance

The Blob is described as a giant pink blob with beady eyes, a huge toothless mouth, and a massive head with thick veins that throbbed like a giant heart. It also had a long, sticky tongue covered in hot drool that it used to grab and devour anyone in its path.

TV Series appearance

The Blob looks drastically different than how it was depicted in the book. It appears near the end of the episode as a small yellow blob with purple veins and a rope-like tongue. This one has no eyes, however it hosts very sharp teeth.

Film appearance

The Blob in the film appears near the climax as a gigantic, glowing pinkish-purple mass of amorphous slime. It has no distinct shape, nor a "mouth" or tongue.

Television and Film

TV Series

The Blob appears in the TV adaption of the book performed by Jason Hopley.

Film

The Blob appears in the Goosebumps film. It appears as a more liquid substance unlike its novel or TV show counterparts. When Slappy and his fellow monsters track R.L. Stine, Zach, Hannah, and Champ to an abandoned amusement park, Slappy frees the Blob, which consumes the funhouse. While R.L. Stine distracts the monsters, he is swallowed by the Blob. Once the book is complete, the Blob and the other Goosebumps monsters were sucked into the new book.

List of appearances

Books

Television

Films

Trivia

  • The Blob, especially its film incarnation, is inspired by the 1958 film The Blob. This is also referenced in the film Goosebumps.
    • The film incarnation also somewhat resembles Monster Blood, albeit more transparent.

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