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    I really, really liked my old avatar, but all things must change eventually. So — without further ado — here's my new avatar:


    (Inspired by The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb.)

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    Hello everyone!

    There's been a lot of confusion over which characters mentioned in the title above are which (especially witht the release of I Am Slappy's Evil Twin).

    To help end the confusion, I'm going to summarize all that we know so far.

    Warning: this post contains some mild spoilers from Night of the Living Dummy, Slappy's Nightmare, and I Am Slappy's Evil Twin.

    1. Wally isn't Mr. Wood. When asked about them, Stine addressed them separately.
    2. Snappy will most likely end up being Wally under a different name.
    3. Mr. Wood was brought to life by a magician named Kantuu using black magic.
    4. Slappy and Snappy were created by Mahar using black magic that he learned from Kantuu.
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    This book is about the most powerful weapon known to man...

    Nukes.

    The brain.

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


    I really want to like this series. I'm honestly trying to like it, but these books are not the finest.

    Also, the protagonists are twins. And their friends are twins. Twin twins. Twintwintwin. R.L. Stine goes out of his way to make the non-protagonist twins (Nina and Artie Lerner) as unlikable as possible.

    "And when he [Artie] eats in the lunchroom, snot drips onto his sandwich."

    Like, how does that add anything to the story?


    A bunch of kids are at a mall, and a fortune teller robot gives them the ol' electric zappy-doo.

    This gives them psychic powers that they use liberally throughout the next few chapter…




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    "Welcome to Camp Slither"?

    ...More like "Welcome to Another 20+ Day Hiatus!"

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


    This book lacks the one thing that has made Goosebumps such a long lasting series: Memorability.

    I only read this book a couple months ago and I can hardly remember the plot!

    Good thing I wrote a summary for this book or else I would have to... *Gasp* ...Re-read a book when I could be reading a new book!

    I remember snakes... Uh...


    Kids go to camp. Some people disappear. Oh, snakes. Snakes also appear.

    >Dr. Crawler's skin begins peeling off and he turns into a giant snake.

    I remembered that part.

    >Dr. Crawler and Uncle Jerry reveal that they had injected themselves with snake DNA, and the injections accidental…



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    "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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