Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Series 2000 #22 Full Moon Fever



Series 2000 22: Full Moon Fever

Front Tagline:
Hairy Halloween!

Brief Synopsis


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Slightly Less Brief Synopsis
On the list of things I don't want to do, "Write about Full Moon Fever" falls just below "Write Full Moon Fever." Just. There's a spooky cabin in the woods, Halloween trick-or-treating, and a peculiar moment where the sibling subjects of the book are served a plate of snack cakes for dinner by Grandpa John. All show potential as good Goosebumps material and/or grounds for a CSPI protest.

Unfortunately, about thirty pages in, Stine transforms his preteen characters into hideous beasts at the hands of a neighborhood witch. And so what could have been a decent book quickly devolves into fantasy child abuse redux, this time with fur. But this Fur has no bangs to ease the bitter pill of its execution. No, this book carries on for another eighty pages with exchanges like this, which is disgusting enough in context to resist invoking an Out of Context Text Alert:
I could go for a tasty dog right now, I thought, feeling my stomach grumble.
I imagined the soft fur against my tongue, the warm meat sliding down my throat.
And squirrel slurping, earthworm eating, rat repasting, human arm harm, etc. These little beasts raise quite a repulsive ruckus. Forget the kids getting abused and the animals getting eaten, where's the public watchdog for the poor reader who has to slog through this garbage? There's whippings, children being carried around in mini dog kennels, heckling, and various other examples of unpleasantness. The book doesn't even have the guts to make the kids werewolves, because that would at least require some restraint in terms of following the made-up werewolf rules of previous Goosebumps entries.

In order to pad the page-length, there is also an extended sequence involving a disguised character named Wolf that makes the List of Adrian Messenger look competent retroactively. Add to this the world's longest and least-likely visit with grandpa and an ending line that instructs the only sane response to and subsequent way to recover from the book:
Curse bar.
Perhaps you find this somewhat abridged review to be unfair. Perhaps you think I owe a full-on summary of a book where the twist ending involves a character misreading the names of various candies. I disagree. I'm nearing the end of my run of this series. Guys and dolls, if you have any doubts as to how I feel about nearing that milestone via this book, allow me:
Ask me how do I feel
Ask me now that we're nearing the ending
Well sir, all I can say is if I were a check you'd be paying

From the moment Stine killed tonight
That last hope I had for a save
Boy, if Goosebumps were dead I'd fight
To make it stay put in the grave

Ask me how do I feel, little me with my quip-happy blogging
Well sir, all I can say is if I weren't great I'd be quitting!
And if I were this book I'd start stopping my reading
Or if I were Scholastic I'd know when to stop printing

Ask me how do I feel from this "Do Not Do" lesson I'm learning
Well sir, all I can say is if I were a bridge game I'd be folding!

Yes, I knew my morale wouldn't last
From the woeful way the book looked!
Boy, if this were a meal I'd fast!
Only if I were a fish I'd be hooked!

Ask me how do I feel, ask me now that the moment is coming
When if I were Vegas I'd know there's no payout for sucking
Ask me how to describe the whole damnable outlook
Well, if you were a car wash you'd cost five dollars, book.

MERRY HAPPIDAYS, EVERYONE!

385 comments:

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Elizabeth said...

Thanks, Santa!

forgotten sin said...

Short, but effective. An excellent Christmas gift.

Zenuk said...

Full Moon Fever isn't even that creative of a title. Why not just rename Chicken Chicken, "Bird Flu Blues"?

Zenuk said...

Double comment, I just remembered that Full Moon Fever is an album by Tom Petty. That Stein is really reaching out to the kids of today with titles that relate to the late 80s.

Anonymous said...

holy shit troy...

troy steele said...

Yeah, Peter Bogdanovich accidentally devoted fifteen minutes of Runnin' Down a Dream to this book. And no one noticed

Ken said...

Troy I must say, this abomination of literature was truly horrible! I saw the cover for the book on this page, and I shit you not, I knew your health was in danger. How do you feel Troy?

troy steele said...

Peckish. I think I'll eat one of these GET WELL bars. OH NO, IT ACTUALLY SAYS 'GET HELL'!!!!!!!!

Ken said...

But you slready got hell, Troy! Jesus Christ, I wouldn't bllame you for taking another six month break...

forgotten sin said...

It may as well be a Hell bar, you got another damn Slappy book to do next.

Tayyab said...

Troy, I just finished reading Slappy's Nightmare yesterday, which is the next book. It's a bit different from the other Living Dummy books.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, this book got the review it deserved. "Get Hell" is what cracked me up, though.

Millie said...

Never thought we'd find a book Troy would hate with the passion (ahem) of "Chicken Chicken," but here it is!

I suggest doing a Give Yourself Goosebumps when the Series 2000 books are done. At least some of the endings were mildly amusing (and they were published in French, too, I got all mine while living in France!)

Elizabeth said...

Ken, don't give Troy any ideas about six-month breaks!
:)

Mishmash said...

This is good enough, sir. Actually, even the two covers alone would have enough as well. I know I've been hounding ye down constantly for those other books besides the 2000 series, but ye're willin to cover the 2000s at this pace just for those books, I certainly wouldn't mind at all.

Praise be to ye, and have yeself a wonderful holidays!

tj said...

The book wasn't THAT bad. It was basically a 100 page version of pumpkin juice.

Slappy's nightmare was ok. Guess what the twist is.

DarkfireTaimatsu said...

Shorter than expected, but still managed to make me laugh (mainly the "Brief Synopsis"). Troy, don't ever change. Ever.

Author and Filmmaker said...

Great entry Troy, much appreciated.
Your poem reminds me of a poem written by a friend of mine after watching Jason Goes to Hell:
Ode to Friday the 13th:
Parts 2 and 3 were great
I really really dug those chicks
But "not quite as memorable or fun"
Aptly describes the subsequent flicks.
Installment number 10 is on the way, It could be quite the gas
At the very least it's a chance for a date
Incidentally, Part 9 sucks my ass.
This was written in 1993, mind you. He has it on his website, which is how I brought it to you.

Anonymous said...

Click the link. It's not a poem, it's a note for note parody of "If I Were a Bell"

Tayyab said...
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Christian said...

Troy, Santa is going to leave a great big pile of presents for you this year...because only a saint would go through that! Is there a patron of Horrible Children's Literature and Blogging? I say we petition the pope...I still have his Papal Iphone Number!

Merry Christmas!

Tayyab said...

Questions for everyone:

Q1. What do you think, Slappy's Nightmare is better or Bride of the Living Dummy?
Q2. Make a list of your 5 favorite Goosebumps Series 2000 books and 5 worst 2000 books.

Anonymous said...

I haven't actually read Slappy's Nightmare. I'd say it'd be hard to be worse than Bride Of The Living Dummy, but this is a Slappy book we're talking about. We'd have to count ourselves lucky if there was no vomit in it.

Groggy Dundee said...

I've been looking forward to this one for ages, in case you hadn't noticed. A bit disappointed by your short treatment but you're certainly right about the quality/content of the book, so I can't really complain.

Groggy Dundee said...

Slappy's Nightmare was too self-consciously clever for my tastes. Except for the twist of being told from Slappy's POV it's basically another Dummy book with a smarmy attitude.

Author and Filmmaker said...

Plus Slappy swears... off-page. What is this, Goodfellas-lite Goosebumps?

Anon e Mouse Jr. said...

Book 13 of GBHL is in stores now. I have a copy sitting in my room, and I'll get back to you as soon as I read it.

Until next time...

Anon e Mouse Jr.

Tayyab said...

What do you people think of the Goosebumps HorrorLand series overall?

Anonymous said...

My overall opinion of Goosebumps HorrorLand is that I'm glad R.L. wrote it, but it's not the greatest thing ever. I guess I was interested in what a more modern-day Goosebumps would look like, and how it would approach the history of the series. It's interesting; the "sequels" to classic lines often completely ignore their past history (like the new Say Cheese And Die doesn't even have the same camera), and there are a couple of continuity nods that aren't acknowledged anywhere.

Groggy Dundee said...

I thought it was pretty half-assed. The only story I really liked was Help! We Had Strange Powers! The last two books were kind of meh.

Groggy Dundee said...

>new Say Cheese And Die doesn't even have the same camera

And the bee head.

Author and Filmmaker said...

I thought the sequels from the originals were sorta bleh, but I liked the stand-alones for the satires of the originals and their likenesses to cheesy B-movies, a guilty pleasure of mine.

Elizabeth said...

I agree with Author and Filmmaker. From reading Troy's summaries, I thought some of the stand-alones are okay, but the sequels were just filler.

Some of my favorite books (out of all the Goosebumps series) are basic escaping-from-a-monster-or-bad-guy stories, like "How To Kill A Monster". A lot of the books that involve ghosts and weird experiments/creations (like "Monster Blood") aren't written as well, in my opinion. I think R.L. Stine has the idea that a story can have ridiculous events and twists, just because there is a ghost or crazy scientist.

Mishmash said...

I know we were talking about Horrorland books, but I just wanted to point out my favs from the entire Goosebumps series and the Tales series (in no particular order; this list is also in accordance with Troy's entries) -

-You Can't Scare Me!
-I Live in Your Basement!
-Legend of the Lost Legend (It's so stupid that I love it, hahaha)
-The Ghost Next Door
-Calling All Creeps!
-The Haunted School (I first saw this book at a Book Fair at my elementary school and I hadn't looked at any Goosebumps books in a really long time, and this book was what reminded me that RL Stine was still alive)
-"Nutcracker Nightmare"
-"A Holly Jolly Holiday"

And I guess that's it.

Elizabeth said...

I like "You Can't Scare Me" because a lot of us probably knew a classmate like Courtney - always acting perfect, and mean in that subtle, snooty way (so that she can't really get in trouble for it).

Ken said...

I was always kinda fond of Monster Blood because it was like, "Hell, if this could happen to this nerd-hole, maybe something could happen to me." I guess that's what kept me coming back to goosebumps for so long.

Author and Filmmaker said...

Goosebumps was like a drug for me when I was little...
No matter how bad for me it was, I kept coming back.
Anyway, it was so refreshing when I came across an amazing one, I think that was what gave me hope.
Who would've thought, the nostalgic smells of Goosebumps bringing near to tears, and not from the stench?
For the record, my favorite Goosebumps books/stories:
Be Careful What You Wish For...
You Can't Scare Me! (I sympathized with Hat)
Let's Get Invisible!
My Friends Call Me Monster
and not much else, those were the books that I actually went out of my way to buy after reading them at the library, except for My Friends Call Me Monster.
The rest of my collection was amassed when I got older and made money.

Elizabeth said...

My favorites from the original series are:

- The Werewolf of Fever Swamp
- How to Kill a Monster
- Werewolf Skin (it's great how the main character actually doesn't believe the crazy werewolf stories right away)
- How I Learned to Fly

The ones I liked from the Give Yourself Goosebumps series:
- Escape from the Carnival of Horrors
- Night in Werewolf Woods (even though some paths/endings were kind of ridiculous)
- Trapped in Bat Wing Hall

Did anyone read that "choose your own adventure" book about spending the night in a museum? It was by Stine but wasn't part of any of the Goosebumps collections.

Tayyab said...

Can anyone tell me what's the first line on Page 38 of Invasion of the Body Squeezers Part 2?

Author and Filmmaker said...

@Elizabeth: I thought Werewolf Skin was hilarious in semi-satirizing the series it was in, but Dr. Maniac did a better job of screwing up the conventions and spoofing itself, and MFCMM was just pure awesome.

Tayyab said...

Elizabeth, I think you are referring to "Horrors of the Haunted Museum" which was a part of Twist-a-plot series. Twist-a-plot was also a Choose-your-own-adventure-type series. This is a list of books in the series that were by Stine:

The Time Raider (I have the reissue edition)
Horrors of the Haunted Museum (want to find it)
The Golden Sword of Dragonwalk (want to find this one, too)
Instant Millionaire (the only Stine Twist-a-plot book that wasn't reissued)

These books are shorter than the GYG books. (Time Raider is only 94 pages long!)

Anyways, Troy: If your List of 10 Best Goosebumps books was extended to 20 Best, which books will be on #11-#20?

Millie said...

From the original series I liked:

- Be Careful What You Wish For (my all-time fave. I even wrote Stine a fan letter because of it)
- The Ghost Next Door (made me cry ...)
- You Can't Scare Me
- Go Eat Worms
- Night of the Living Dummy (just the first one)
- Werewolf Skin
- The Curse of Camp Cold Lake
- The Headless Ghost

Some of the Give Yourself Goosebumps ones were really, really stupid but others were great. I vaguely remember one about a hotel but then I read it in French, so maybe it wasn't a Goosebumps after all?

Mishmash said...

Oh and my fav give yourself goosebumps were:

Escape from carnival of horrors and its sequel
Under the magician's spell (this one is so freaky)
Tick tock you're dead (this one was so badass)
Secret agent grandma
Please don't feed the vampire

Yeah they're all of the ones before the series got all technofied with its look.

Author and Filmmaker said...

My favorite GYGB character are:
Escape from Bat Wing Hall
Tick Tock, You're Dead
You're Plant Food!
Escape from Payne House (or whatever the fuck it was called).

J_S_P said...

My favorite Give Yourself's:

The Carnival of Horrors books
Shop till You Drop....DEAD!
Little Comic Shop of Horrors
Scream of the Evil Genie

Tayyab said...

Please, tell me, what's the first line on Page 38 of Invasion of the Body Squeezers Part 2?

Anonymous said...

Tayyab, I'm afraid I can't answer your question, but I'm really curious as to why you're asking.

Tayyab said...

I want the answer to my question first, then, if I want, I'll tell why I'm asking.

Elizabeth said...

Amazon.com has a "Look Inside" preview of the first few pages of Full Moon Fever. There is an incident of kids tormenting a dog and saying that that's fun. Poor dog. :(

Tayyab said...

Which book is worse: Revenge R Us or Headless Halloween?

lauriedoublevie24 said...

Why do you continue to take drugs (read Goosebumps books) not perscribed for you, knowing full well you'll be sick and near death at the end?

I've been trying to warn you of this book for a long time and do you listen? No! You still do it.

Dumbass

Jackie said...

Crazy question, but when you wrap up Series 2000, you're not planning on covering Give Yourself Goosebumps or Fear Street are you?
Anyways, Love your blog!

troy steele said...

Not so crazy a question but there are already several blogs out there that cover Fear Street, so no that at least. When I finish with the 2000, it'll be time for Horrorland. When that's done and all the Goosebumps ephemera is covered (including at least one of the Give Yourself Goosebumps), the blog's done

And Revenge R Us is definitely worse

The alleged addict said...

You've really inspired me to dig out my old childhood books and try to relieve the nostalgia. I love this blog.

Anon e Mouse Jr. said...

Troy said: "Not so crazy a question but there are already several blogs out there that cover Fear Street, so no that at least. When I finish with the 2000, it'll be time for Horrorland. When that's done and all the Goosebumps ephemera is covered (including at least one of the Give Yourself Goosebumps), the blog's done."

What, you're not doing any of the "ASSORTED RL STINE YA CLASSICS" you listed?

Until next time...

Anon e Mouse Jr.

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, what Troy doesn't know is that R.L. will keep on writing HorrorLand books just to spite him.

Elizabeth said...

Troy, what about the "Ghost of Fear Street" series? I know it has Fear Street in it, but I thought it was directed at the Goosebumps audience.

hodgepodge said...

miss candy kane -- im sorry, CL YOUNG -- no, wait, lauriedoublevie, stop acting like you care and stop using your posts as a vehicle to carry your irrational anger towards a person who's too busy living his/her life to want to piss you off. S/he's just doing his/er own thing, and every single time you try to make some clumsy attempt at humor at his/er expense, you only make yourself out to be the jackass who can't move on.

Millie said...

Does "Goosebumps ephemera" include the PC games? There was a board game as well but it wasn't very good. All the crappy plastic pieces kept falling apart

I thought Headless Halloween was worse than Revenge R Us; the "Norband" thing was pretty damn stupid, and it contained WAY too much gross-out stuff. Troy himself said that Brandon was the most loathsome Goosebumps protagonist ever!

Anonymous said...

Troy's ruled out doing the PC games, I recall, but if you haven't actually played them, I'm sure they've been done on Let's Play or Screencappery or the like.

Christian said...

I remember the Goosebumps Board Game! The commercial had an amazingly catchy jingle: "Roll the dice, run for your life..." (R.L. Stine was as good a poet as an author!). The stupid pieces did always collapse-weren't they supposed to fly into the air, or something?

Quiz Time! Who were the four "teams" of protagonists you could play as in the game? (Hint: They were made up of one boy and one girl from a "classic" Goosebumps book). Shudder...why is that I can remember these things and not my blood type?

Mishmash said...

Was that the one with Horrorland? If it were, I sure had a ball of a time setting up all those roller coasters and rides...during camp...those were definitely the days.

Author and Filmmaker said...

Christian, I have no idea as I wasn't interested in board games as a kid, I was too busy wtaching cheesy monster movies that were so like Goosebumps.
However, I think there were two, if I'm not going crazy, so which one are you talking about?

Christian said...

Author, I was referring to "Terror in the Graveyard." I wasn't aware of the other game. And I wish I could say I spent my childhood playing board games...but it was actually my childhood AND my teenhood! Yay!

Anon e Mouse Jr. said...

There are actually six games. Go to www.boardgamegeek.com and do a search for "Goosebumps". There's "Terror in the Graveyard", "One Day at HorrorLand", "A Night in Terror Tower" and three smaller games.

And that's not even counting the two PC games: "Escape From HorrorLand" and "Attack of the Mutant".

Until next time...

Anon e Mouse Jr.

forgotten sin said...

The other Goosebumps board game is "Shrieks and Spiders", and if i recall, it was more of a card/board game.

Ken said...

I hate to push my OCD on you guys, but Troy, I noticed that the links on the sidebar to the Haunted Car and Full Moon Fever aren't up...
It concerns me.

bobs chilli said...

i think the blob that ate everyone and the monster blood series are the worst and call me a monster but i dont think chicken chicken is that bad

Millie said...

There's now a new Goosebumps PC game that was released with the start of the new Horrorland series. I've never played it but back in the day, I had the Attack of the Mutant one ...

I had the "Terror in the Graveyard" board game. Don't remember which teams of protagonists you could play as but one of them was Lizzy and Luke of Horrorland fame.

Anonymous said...

I get that feeling all the time, Ken. Don't people realise that trivial details are just as important as actual content?! I'm not even joking.

Author and Filmmaker said...

Thanks.
Incidentally, I'm sure my cousin has several Goosebumps paraphernalia in his closet, so I'll have to check if he has the other games.

The Informer said...

the last to goosebumps horrorland were terriable they are right up there with the worst books hes ever written

The Informer said...

my top ten of the whole series
10 the haunted school
9 monster blood for breakfast
8 how i learned to fly
7 tales to give you goosebumps 6
6 Are you terrifed yet
5 You cant scare me
4 Be carefull what you wish for
3 Were wolf skin
2 Ghost camp
1 I am your evil twin

bobs chilli said...

i hate the monster blood series

Anonymous said...

Millie, I don't think the Goosebumps HorrorLand video game released recently was for the PC (Wii, PS2, and DS). You might be confusing it with the old PC game "Goosebumps: Escape From HorrorLand," which predates Attack Of The Mutant? EfH was very good, to my recollection, but AotM less so.

Anonymous said...

(.)(.)

Anonymous said...

troy this blog sucked if your next blog is this bad i will ghostwrite for goosebumps and write one about a guy called troy who is dumber than any goosebumps characters there has ever been and who is a total dick with no friends who dies entirly because of his own stupidity, after 40 pages and then realises that it was just a dream he had had while sitting on the toilet in the girls toilet.he hen realises that that was a dream and he did die and that hes gone to hell but the devil cant stand him because hes such a dick and sends him back to the real world where he is hit by a car and the woman comes out and gives him the finger because he made a dent on the car but because shes a polite person/hypocrite she gives him he finger politely then she says chicken chicken and he turns into a chicken ill spare you the rest of the details.
but apart from his review your blog is AWESOME!!

Anonymous said...

(: :)

Elizabeth said...

I think that just the first Monster Blood book would have been okay, but writing four books about monster blood was silly. Four books about the same monster blood substance is a little repetitive.

Millie said...

I probably was thinking of the old "Escape from Horrorland" for the PC then. Sorry! :( I seem to remember though that Jeff Goldblum did a VO for it or appeared in it somehow. Oh how the mighty have fallen ...

Billy said...

Troy, I hope that you know that Stine is still writing the "Horrorland" seris until 17 (at least)

Ken said...

@ The anonymous above who left that rant: What the hell was that?

autumngrunge said...

Excellent post, as usual. If I ever make a trashy werewolf B-movie one day, I'm definitely putting a dedication to good ol' Jovial Bob in the credits. God knows the man's practically the cornerstone of YA werewolf fetishism.

P.S. This Onion article is kind of old, but I just discovered it and it's the type of thing I think you'd enjoy just as much as me:

http://www.theonion.com/content/news_briefs/r_l_stine_reveals_slappy

Anonymous said...

Strictly speaking, Monster Blood IV wasn't about Monster Blood at all, which is part of the reason why it was terrible. Or maybe you're including Monster Blood For Breakfast! ?

Groggy Dundee said...

The biggest problem with the Monster Blood books (besides Evan being a whiny, unlikeable prick) is their complete inconsistency. In the first book, the specific cannister of Monster Blood featured in the story comes to life because it's been cursed. In future installments, however, MORE cans of Monster Blood appear with the exact same properties. So did each can have its own unique witch casting spells on it, or did the idiot witch in this book do her spell improperly and cursed ALL Monster Blood cans in the world?

morbidiculous said...

I don't think a single Goosebumps sequel was ever consistent with the previous book. :)

@Ken: random attention seeker?

Out of curiousity: why did you abandon your "What." running gag, Troy? Did you want a clean break from the gag or because of that huge rant someone made against it?

morbidiculous said...

I don't think a single Goosebumps sequel was ever consistent with the previous book. :)

@Ken: random attention seeker?

Out of curiousity: why did you abandon your "What." running gag, Troy? Did want a clean break from the gag or because of that huge rant someone made against it?

bobs chilli said...

please hurry up with the next update i miss your witicism

bobs chilli said...

hey guys whats the weirdest thing you've read in a goosebumps book
and some out of context sentences from a GB book?

Anonymous said...

im a noob

Anonymous said...

Groggy, in my opinion this is why Monster Blood For Breakfast isn't as bad as it would otherwise seem. It's the only Monster Blood not to have a bunch of complete garbage other elements, like witches and hamsters and whatnot.

And Millie, I just checked, and Jeff Goldblum played Dracula in Escape From HorrorLand!

cookie monster sad said...

cookie monster sad me want update or me will have to go to rehab :(

cookie monster dead said...

cookie monster die of grief

Author and Filmmaker said...

I always kind of thought all the Monster Blood books were extended dream sequences of Keith from I Live In Your Basement!.

Anonymous said...

i just read the streets of panic park and one sentence went like this
MICHAEL gave JACKSON one last punch then he jumped back.

Anonymous said...

"I don't think a single Goosebumps sequel was ever consistent with the previous book."

Except for the Night Of The Living Dummy books, which were so consistent that they were barely distinguishable.

Anonymous said...

from whos your mummy?
'a shop with a bunch of colored jars in the window was called apothecary.i think thats another word for drugstore.'
whoa. know wonder r.l stine cant write properly,hes been to the apothecary too much.

Ken said...

I miss when Troy would give us exaggerated assurances of the progress on updates.
Oh well, we can always enjoy the hilarity of older posts :)

Angela said...

This may not be the best place to ask, but are you planning on doing his Fear Street Sagas and his 'teenage' books too?

Anonymous said...

It's funny that even that crazy Candy Cane chick can't stay away. You should be proud. Thanks for the great blog, Troy.

charmynutty said...

Are blogs used for just ripping on everything because that's what I see and GOOSEBUMPS books aren't that bad

troy steele said...

Update soon, Ken

Elizabeth said...

I'm curious to read the summary for the next Slappy book (but, being a girl, I'm a bit disturbed by what some girls go through in the Slappy books).

Anon e Mouse Jr. said...

I honestly don't get WHY that dummy is so popular... seriously, who in their right mind would equate "being rude" with "being entertaining"?

Until next time...

Anon e Mouse Jr.

Ken said...

Ahh. My mind has been put to ease. For about a week, at least. You have that long to either update or assure me again, Troy. Haha.

Anonymous said...

Maybe it's because Slappy, as a villain, is actually competent? Although R.L. makes very little use of the fact that ventriloquists' dummies are almost intrinsically frightening. They do allow for a lot of his Fear Street trademark ambiguity, though.

Groggy Dundee said...

Mr. Wood from the first book was pretty damned creepy, he tried to kill people. Slappy himself was just a joker. And I always loved when he insulted people, though.

R.L Stine said...

Hey Troy. You were mentioned on the TV Tropes Article on Gooesebumps.

http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Goosebumps


BTW,do you plan on covering any of R.L Stines Rotten School books?

Cookie Monster said...

Anyone here read the 13th horrorland book yet?

VNightmare said...

I love the HorrorLand books, actually. I really love how some of them set you up thinking that it's going to follow the original formula (Revenge of the Living Dummy and Scream of the Haunted Mask come to mind), then Stine throws it in a completely different direction than you would expect. I literally had a WTF? moment when he threw the curveball. Also, I am going with the theory that the HorrorLand series is an alternate universe to the main series, considering it blatantly ignored sequels to make new ones to tie together into one story (though, I like the HorrorLand sequels a lot better. I think Stine learned from past mistakes).

I thought the tied-in story line was executed nicely, considering you literally had to follow fourteen protagonists without getting confused, and the set-up gave some good plot twists along the way.

...I also found it amusing that Slappy's insults got better and more amusing when they were actually -needed-, as opposed to when he's just doing it for the hell of it (anyone who's read the twelfth book will know what I'm talking about).

In terms of Slappy's Nightmare vs. Bride of the Living Dummy, I have to say Slappy's Nightmare was my favorite dummy book overall, and that I liked Nightmare better than Bride. I just love how it turned the whole NotLD formula on its head (Slappy gets a big dose of his own medicine, the parent actually suspects him, someone else is causing trouble, etc.). I seriously can't wait for Troy to review that one, for better or for worse.

Bride, in my opinion, was the weakest dummy book. I already said why on that entry, but basically, I felt it grasped at straws to throw ventriloquism in it, that the parents were too stupid (like, below the usual Goosebumps apathy level), and that the only parts worth reading were the bits with Mary-Ellen (I loved her, probably because Slappy finally met his match XP) and Slappy's back story (made me curious to know more about the man who built him, personally. I am going with the crack theory that this man made every evil toy in the Goosebumps series).

Also, agreeing with Anonymous right above me that Slappy's popular because he's actually a competent villain. NotLD II was for the longest time my favorite book, and part of it is because of the mindscrew Slappy pulls on Amy into making everyone literally think she's crazy. Not to say it didn't have its faults, as this blog proves, but there is a reason why, as Troy said himself, that that book was probably the only sequel to eclipse the original.

I am also in agreement with Groggy Dundee that Mr. Wood is the more threatening one while Slappy's more of a joker (though, to be fair, Slappy -has- plotted murder; he just never got a chance to show that he could do it. He's usually stopped before anything too drastic can happen). Still, I think both dummies have proven their worth as villains, and I like the fact that even if it's a small difference, that as alike as they are, they are two different characters. I like the dynamic that Mr. Wood plays more on violence while Slappy plays more on mind games.

Anonymous said...

VNightmare, you make me want Stine to write a NotLD 0 with your thoughts on Mr. Wood and Slappy. Actually, Stine's said he's writing "Slappy New Year," so maybe that'll change things up a bit too, who knows?

Nostalgia Critic said...

January 19th was the 4th anniversary of Blogger beware. Can't believe we forgot

Anonymous said...

FFFFFFFFFFFF-
Shit I saw Charmynutty's comment on this blog.
All I can say to Charmynutty GTFO INTERNET.
BTW CHARMYNUTTY blogs aren't used for ripping apart books and everyone has their opinion on what they like you urine lover bitch

morbidiculous said...

It was a quiet celebration:

http://img16.imageshack.us/img16/7914/groolinabsentia.png

Should the word "competent" be thrown around in a discussion about the Goosebumps dummies? :(

Anonymous said...

Would now be a good time to mention that I've seen a Goosebumps fanfic in which Slappy falls in love with a girl, becomes a human somehow, and they repeatedly sleep together?

Ken said...

@ Morbidiculous: Fantastic man. That was gold; almost on par with Troy, I say!

chicken lover said...

Troy,if you have died,please let us know.
P.S. make it a goal to update this blog monthly:people with goals live longer.Seriously its true.

Tayyab said...

What is the first sentence on Page 38 of Invasion of the Body Squeezers Part 2?

troy steele said...

Big news soon, gang

Groggy Dundee said...

Soon had better mean within the next few days.

Ken said...

"Soon"?
Troy, you have put me at ease without me even having to remind you. Good man!

anon e mouse jr impersonater said...

hey troy will the haunted car and full moon fever ever come up on the toolbar?
until next time...


anon e mouse jr impersonater.

Anonymous said...

The news is that his story's been bought for a Blogger Beware movie. In fact, that's the plot of the upcoming Goosebumps movie.

Anon e Mouse Jr. said...

"The news is that his story's been bought for a Blogger Beware movie. In fact, that's the plot of the upcoming Goosebumps movie."

LOL!

Until next time...

Anon e Mouse Jr.

Mishmash said...

Yeah, and the story's ending will have everyone fucking each other.

forgotten sin said...

For those still waiting for the newest update, and are fans of wrestling (Or need some quick laffs), Check out this wrestlecrap Photoshop thread "WWE Goosebumps covers"

http://realwrestlecrap.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=WWE&action=display&thread=266305

smells good said...

troy steele smells nice

Elizabeth said...

I just accidently typed "bloggerbeeware" into the address bar on my browser...reminded me of the "Why I'm Afraid of Bees" entry. :)

chicken lover said...

I fuken hate monster blood for breakfast!!! once i got to the bit where bradley stole matts idea,i threw the bloody big across the room!!!thats the thing that bothers me the most about stines writing: the protaganists get framed and do nothing about it!!!!!!!!!!!!7gfonpujh[pfioj[oiefmpmkflkbmtmk;dxfjlgaeoifghiuawerglksfnjbvr89yt,. ...

chicken lover said...

and their family wont listen to them!!!!!

chicken lover said...

sorry i really had to get that out

chicken lover said...

and when worm and and matt were fighting mrs grant only said she was suspending matt as though none of the antaganists existed!although worm wasnt actully fighting matt just started to beat him up and for good reasons but if it was the other way around matt would still get suspended worm might have even gotten away with it!

chicken lover said...

sorry i guess my hormones are kicking in.
P.S. u no when the protaginist is at home with their family around, its a wonder they can never think logically and scream help

chicken lover said...

im a slobbering dickface
P.S.my word verification word is feaci!!!

morbidiculous said...

Chicken Lover: not necessarily any worse than Chicken Chicken.

A spirited guess at the big news: Blogger Beware in publishing deal of the century?

Alternatively, it's CLEARLY a playful homage to
"Ch 3/4:
Erin's dad has some bad news for Erin, some very bad news... Except not really, he was only joking!"

Groggy Dundee said...

That would be awesome. I'd definitely buy it.

Of course, Troy means soon in the cosmic sense, which for the rest of us is a millenium or so.

Blogger Beware Lover said...

I was so bored waiting for the next update i made up my own Goosebumps Books.

Some of them are sequels to existing Goosebumps books.

Some of the titles are(:
The Haunted Doll
The Haunted Doll II
The Haunted Doll III
The Haunted Motorcycle
My Dad Is A Murderer
It Came from the Television
The Haunted Website(
I Dated A Vampire(
Werewolf School
Vampire Town
My Best Friend Rick(
The Ghost Of Santa Clause
Attack Of The Zombies(
My Best Friend is a Cannibal
Zombie Movie
School Spirit(
Ghost Bully
The Haunted Hair
The Curse Of Camp Everwood(Just when you thought there wouldn't be a camp book)
The Employee
The Ghost Of Eddy
I was a Teenage Vampire
Monster Blood 5:The Revenge Of Sarabeth
Creeps Rule(Sequel To Calling All Creeps)



Oh and In MB 5, It's from Andy's point of view and Evan dies in the end.

Blogger Beware Lover said...

Blogger Beware:The Movie! Starring Nicholas Cage as Troy Steele.

troy steele said...

If only!

chicken lover said...

morb:actually i didnt really feel anything with chicken chicken.i guess it depends on how much attention im paying to the book.although when i wrote all those comments i had only read 7 to 9 chapters and from then it became more comical and didnt have all those repitive scenes of monster blood like the protaginists playing with monster blood,dreaming about dreaming about monster blood,monster blood growing,etc.ultimatly it reminded me of short story my paul jennings.i was suprised that stine didnt make a loophole for the clothes thing.this definatly the best MB book as others have said.

Anonymous said...

the lack of updates is making me sad

Anonymous said...

I just read HorrorLand #13, "When the Ghost Dog Howls." I actually thought it was really good!

Millie said...

I await Troy's news with trepidation! Could it be to do with the mysterious anon who somehow knows that Troy "smells nice"?

troy steele said...

If only!

amnesiophilia said...

This was -awful-. Half of it is an extended reference in the form of a contrived song parody, and the majority of the other jokes are also references, and eugh, it's just sad to read someone who is capable of being so funny so obviously phoning it in on something he no longer appears to really care for.

You don't have to finish, Troy! I love your reviews but the last few have been R.L. Stein-level hacky, and to me that says you don't really care any more. One terrible, revenant reminder of what used to be a great blog every few months is worse than a dignified retirement, you know?

Blogger Beware Lover said...

Troy,Are we gonna get another quiz entry soon? I fucking love those.

Anonymous said...

Roles in Blogger Beware movie:
Evan Ross.....Decapitated Corpse
Andy..........Troy's Girlfriend
Hannah........Multiple Extras
Sam Byrd......Bird in Background
Arnold Schwarzenegger...Slappy
And all the songs are by Nirvana.

Blogger Beware Lover said...

Blogger Beware movie


Directed by......Uwe Boll and Jason Friedberg/Aron Seltzer

Written By R.L Stine



Cast
Nicholas Cage.....Troy Steele
Evan Ross.....Decapitated Corpse
Andy..........Troy's Girlfriend
Hannah........Multiple Extras
Sam Byrd......Bird in Background
Arnold Schwarzenegger...Slappy
God......R.L Stine
Pile Of Dog Shit.....Chicken Chicken

chicken lover said...

ashamed as i am to say it i must agree with anmesisophilla about the lack of qulity from recent updates but i would rather troy continuing this blog in the hope that he may oneday hit the jackpot again and suprise us with a great review. please try ur best troy this blog is like a drug to me:im waiting to get the same effect from this blog as it did wheni first read it.

Anonymous said...

So I went and read R.L. Stine's Twitter. Apparently "Piano Lessons Can Be Murder" was originally about guitar lessons.

Groggy Dundee said...

>This was -awful-. Half of it is an extended reference in the form of a contrived song parody, and the majority of the other jokes are also references, and eugh, it's just sad to read someone who is capable of being so funny so obviously phoning it in on something he no longer appears to really care for.

Consider the material - a book about enchanted candy that turns kids into worm-eating monsters. I was hoping for a more thorough treatment but I really can't blame Troy given what he had to work with.

As to your broader point, I think Troy's previous two entries were some of his best. It seems like resting between books does him good, as much as it drives me and others insane.

Elizabeth said...

I think Troy would like the role of his girlfriend to be played by Amy Adams (judging by some references in past blog entries). :)

Blogger Beware Lover said...

A rock band in Lancaster, PA named themselves after a Goosebumps book--Beware, the Snowman.

Listeners, beware....

Blogger Beware Lover said...

R.L Stine posted this on his twitter.

"I'm writing a book in which 12-yr-old kids are being hunted with crossbows. How do I get away with this?"

Blogger Beware Lover said...

He also posted THIS

"My favorite Goosebumps is a little-known one called "Brain Juice." I think I'm the only one who liked it!"

You got that right

Groggy Dundee said...

Anyone who likes Amy Adams is a pall of mine.

amnesiophilia said...

'Consider the material - a book about enchanted candy that turns kids into worm-eating monsters. I was hoping for a more thorough treatment but I really can't blame Troy given what he had to work with.'

Well, having not read the source material, I didn't know that, because the review is so tangentially connected to the book that this detail is in fact never included.

chicken lover said...

i reckon the blob that ate everyone would have been more suitible for the companion reissue of robby schartz vs dr maniac i mean they both start out with a story that the protaganist has written and end out to be storys that someone has written in the actual story written by stine and what the characters write come true but im freaken glad they didnt i mean the BTAE was TERRIBLE the characters were complete idiots even for goosebumps standards even though there has been other terrible books in the goosebumps series at least they had warm felling of a goosebumps book and it had loads of loopholes,like how it wasnt the typewritter it was zachs mind if that was true how come everything that zach thought didnt come true and yet RSWVDM is so good with hardly any loopholes and so personal with dr maniac being his brother and stuff.although RSVDM wasnt without its flaws i mean who would become a super villan just because their a loser and their brothers so talented and it didnt start out very good. it wasnt all the dream sequences but it was just too hasty i mean as soon as u get to the real story his brother gets kiddnapped by dr maniac and when he sees that comic strip that he didnt write he dosent think hey who else could have written this comic but dr maniac and the starlet scarlet and runs right away to where they where hiding.plus if DM and the SS were his bro and friend who was the purple rage and how it turns out that it was just a story that robby had written was kinda anoying although i guess it was no more than r.l. stine having an interview about the book he had written with his mum except it interfers with the horrorland story and makes it less intriugeing because its not as personal.

Blogger Beware Lover said...

I actually Liked Full Moon Fever.

But then again I like Deep Trouble

Anonymous said...

chicken lover, I'm pretty sure that it wasn't too far into Scholastic's schedule of companion reissues for HorrorLand that they stopped deciding they should make sense and started just reissuing whatever they liked.

Mishmash said...

Who Gives a Shit: The Ride

Blogger Beware Lover said...

I just did a head count it turns out When The Ghost Dog Howls is the 100th goosebumps book(Not counting GYG or Tales)

Groggy Dundee said...

>I actually Liked Full Moon Fever

I liked it as a kid because I was really into transformation stories. As an adult, I have to say it's really poor. The premise isn't inherently bad but the book's bizarre plotting (the trip to Canada, time in the freakshow, etc.) and repetitiveness (how many scenes of them eating animals do we need?) ruins it. Plus the kids can talk for most of the book, which is hard to swallow.

Millie said...

I'm all excited about what Troy's news might be. Let's speculate wildly:

He got a publishing deal

He won that contest for RL's readers to be name-dropped in a Horrorland book

RL got jealous and name-dropped him anyway - as the character that gets eaten on Page 1

He's taken out a restraining order to prevent any of his regular commenters from coming within 50 feet of him offline

He has discovered the formula for Monster Blood and will now patent it and make his billions

Happy Chinese/Lunar New Year and Valentine's Day, everyone!

Mishmash said...

Sarah has trouble making friends at camp. I can't believe the three other girls in her bunk don't want to be her friend. After all, she makes such a good first impression when she forces Briana to give up her bunk because she won't sleep under a window. And then when Meg gripes about being too short, Sarah tells her that thought she gets picked on for being tall, it's still better than being short. Sarah follows that by picking up Jan's bag, spilling out her asthma medicine and revealing that medical secret to the whole bunk. I think short of peeing all over their clothes, Sarah's made the worst possible first impression.

Blogger Beware Lover said...

I've got some big news of my own:

I posted a Link to this blog on R.L Stine's Twitter account. He's coming!

Groggy Dundee said...

I wouldn't be surprised if Stine knew about the blog already.

troy steele said...

He does and while I'm sure you meant well, there's no reason to go rubbing his nose in what's admittedly a pretty mean-spirited denouncement of his work

Ken said...

Wouldn't it be really sad if Stine was so hurt by Troy's 'mean-spirited' fun that he stopped writing Goosebumps?
So many nine year olds would be angry... *shudder*

Millie said...

No, I don't think he would. The books are very lucrative and he obviously enjoys writing them. He posted some stuff on his Twitter about how he tells young fans to write because they love to do it and to develop their skills, not because they want to get published. (I haven't written anything since school so what do I know, but it sounds like heartfelt advice.)

Then again, the thought of a bunch of irate 9-year-olds advancing on Troy is almost scary enough to base another book on ...

Blogger Beware Lover said...

Were you telling the truth when you said that Stine has read this blog?

Ken said...

Okay, so maybe Stine won't quit, but yeah, the nine years old would be after the blog, and everyone related to the blog, like bats out of hell. But the twist it that they're all like Conan Barber or some shit
:/

Blogger Beware Lover said...

That gives me an idea for the plot of the Blogger Beware Movie:

Troy is a guy who likes reading shitting kids books and decided to write a blog about them. It become the funniest blog ever and loved by millions. But when the author of the book series discovers it,he stops writing the books. But it turns out that the hardcore fans of the books are actually monster and are so mad that they decided to go on a rampage! Now Troy must convince the author to starting the books before it's too late!

Anonymous said...

R.L. reads this blog and then writes a new book called The Haunted Blog, about a mean-spirited guy who mocks books on the Internet, and then the author writes a magic book in which the blogger is attacked by ghosts or something. That's my ideal outcome to R.L. reading the blog.

Blogger Beware Lover said...

Apparently a Goosebumps Book made an appearance during Jimmy Fallons "Lost" Parody.

http://www.latenightwithjimmyfallon.com/blogs/2010/02/the-premiere-of-late-nights-lost-parody-late/

Mishmash said...

Dude he should SO write that, that would actually be worth reading.

Jillian refuses and then Slappy punches her in the head. RL Stine Alert. Slappy justifies this by telling her it was only "a love tap." Holy shit, you guys.

Groggy Dundee said...

The obvious plot is Stine being a magical sorcerer and bringing the various Goosebumps antagonists to life to slay Troy. Evan is of course the primary bad guy.

Anonymous said...

I wanted Goosebumps HorrorLand to end with the villain behind everything being R.L. Stine. Oh well, there's still the second arc!

troy steele said...

I'm about five pages into Slappy's Nightmare and already the dummy has Tyson'd a little kid until he lost consciousness and deafened an entire auditorium with a siren that made it feel like "there's a knife in [their] ears."

Great.

Blogger Beware Lover said...

So i take it you're liking Slappy's Nightmare?

Does that mean we'll get an update by the end of February?

Anonymous said...

how come bloggerbeware now has a rotten tomatoes logo on it instead of a blogger logo?

smells good said...

troy steele smells REALly nice

Blogger Beware Lover said...

How the hell do you know that Troy "Smells Nice"?

Ken said...

Five pages? That's good enough so far, given that it is a damned Slappy book.

Blogger Beware Lover said...

It's time for the Horrorland Round Up!

Revenge Of The Living Dummy

the Platonic Boy-Girl Relationship:

Britiney and her Cosuin Ethan,who doesn't disappear at all


Questionable Parenting:

Mom and Dad blame Britney for the paint throwing despite the fact that witnesses saw Slappy doing it.


Oh cool:

I've read every single Living Dummy Book too

RL Stine Shows He's Down With the Kids:

Real quote from the book:

"Becuase Mom Kicked me out of my Awesome room in the ATTIC \\to make room for guess who-Ethan."

2008 Cultural References:

Cell Phones.Horrorland


Memorable Cliffhanger Chapter Ending
Ch. 6/7:

Britney's Brain has been stolen! It must have if she believes that.


Great Prose Alert:

"You want to stare in the face of pure evil-don't you?"

So Yeah

Anonymous said...

hey i REALLY REALLY dont want (hint,hint)to start a fight but i think your all meaney wienes making fun of goosebumps books so stop it or your will all get cyber-bullied by me and the rest of the first grade class
<:{

Anonymous said...

Oh no, first grade cyber-bullies! I promise to change my ways and never do a bad thing. They might spread horrible slurs on my anonymous name!

Groggy Dundee said...

I eat kids like you for breakfast.

forgotten sin said...

From Wiki (Take it as it is):

According to R.L.Stine's Twitter feed, he is writing a book in which "12-yr-old kids are being hunted with crossbows."

I may have to actually buy a Goosebumps book now.

Groggy Dundee said...

I take it from Troy's above comment that Stine is not amused by this blog.

Anonymous said...

monster kids for breakfast
P.S jimmy fallons lost parody sucks

Anon e Mouse Jr. said...

Has anyone here read the new edition of "Welcome to Dead House"?

I did, earlier today (2/16/10). And I noticed something a little off... comparing it to the original book, now I'm sure:

They changed the dates on the gravestones.

Minor detail, really, but it was just one of those things that caught my eye.

And speaking of details, I'm still waiting for an answer to that question that's been bugging me for ages: Did they ever reveal Andy or Kermit's last names in "Monster Blood IV"? And if so, what ARE their last names?

Until next time...

Anon e Mouse Jr.

Blogger Beware Lover said...

Kermit's last name is Ross and they don't real Andy's last name.

What date did they change it too?

Ken said...

Anon E Mouse Junior? I was always under the assumption that Evan's last name was Ross, and that Kermit's was frog... or something.

Anon e Mouse Jr. said...

"What date did they change it too?"

In the original edition, the dates on the gravestones were as follows:

Karen Somerset - 1960-1972
George Carpenter - 1975-1988
Ray Thurston - 1977-1988
Compton Dawes - 1950-1980

In the Special Edition, the dates were:

Karen Somerset - 1977-1989
George Carpenter - 1991-2004
Ray Thurston - 1993-2004
Compton Dawes - 1966-1996

Their ages are all the same (12, 13, 11 and 30, respectively). They were just pushed 17 (for Karen) or 16 (for the other three) years forward.

It was seeing the "2004" on two of the dates that first clued me in. After seeing that, I just knew I had to check the original book and compare them.

As for the surnames I'm missing... it's something that's been bugging me for a long time.

Now, I don't use Twitter. But Stine has a page there, and if I (or someone else) could ask him, what Andy and Kermit's surnames are would definitely be on the top on any list of things I'd ask him.

Until next time...

Anon e Mouse Jr.

Groggy Dundee said...

Kermit is Evan's cousin, so it's a reasonable assumption that his name is Ross. Is it established what Aunt Bitch's relation to Evan is?

Anonymous said...

Anon E., I recall that in some of the other reissues, they updated the video game terminology. Like I think Gabe had a Nintendo DS in The Curse Of The Mummy's Tomb, or something along those lines.

Anon e Mouse Jr. said...

"Anon E., I recall that in some of the other reissues, they updated the video game terminology. Like I think Gabe had a Nintendo DS in The Curse Of The Mummy's Tomb, or something along those lines."

Nope. I checked the book just a minute ago. That part didn't get changed. He still has a Game Boy and a regular Nintendo console.

"Is it established what Aunt Bitch's relation to Evan is?"

Not in Monster Blood III (though I have the sneaking suspicion she's his maternal aunt). However, I went through the book again, and finally found the answer to one of my questions. For most of the book, Kermit's mom is referred to as just "Kermit's mom" or "Aunt Dee". But I found one page where she's referred to as "Mrs. Majors". Therefore, Kermit's name is "Kermit Majors".

Now I just need Andy's last name. But I still don't have "Monster Blood IV" in my collection to check it.

Until next time...

Anon e Mouse Jr.

Elizabeth said...

I wish they wouldn't change terminology in the books. I think it's sort of interesting (in a nostalgic way) to mention Walkmans and things like that.

TJ said...

I have a question for everyone. What Goosebumps Books do you own?

As for me...Well let's see.

Original Series:

1. Welcome to Dead House
2. Stay Out of the Basement
4. Say Cheese and Die!
5. The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb
6. Let's Get Invisible!
8. The Girl Who Cried Monster
9. Welcome to Camp Nightmare
10. The Ghost Next Door
11. The Haunted Mask
12. Be Careful What You Wish For...
13. Piano Lessons Can Be Murder
16. One Day at Horrorland
17. Why I'm Afraid of Bees
18. Monster Blood II
20. The Scarecrow Walks at midnight
21. Go Eat Worms!
24. Phantom of the Auditorium
27. A Night in Terror Tower
28. The Cuckoo Clock Of Doom
30. It Came from Beneath the sink
31. Night of the Living Dummy II
32. The Barking Ghost
34. Revenge of the Lawn Gnomes
36. The Haunted Mask II
39. How I Got My Shrunken Head
41. Bad Hare Day
42. Egg Monsters from Mars
43. The Beast from the East
48. Attack of the Jack O'Lanterns
49. Vampire Breath
50. Calling All Creeps!
52. How I Learned to Fly
56. The Curse of Camp Cold Lake
57. My Best Friend Is Invisible
58. Deep Trouble II
59. The Haunted School
60. Werewolf Skin
62. Monster Blood IV


Series 2000:

Cry Of The Cat
Invasion of the Body Squeezers: Part One
I Am Your Evil Twin
Are You Terrified Yet?
Headless Halloween


Give Yourself Goosebumps

Escape from the Carnival of Horrors
Tick Tock, You're Dead!
The Deadly Experiments of Dr. Eeek
Beware Of The Purple Peanut Butter
The Creepy Creations of Professor Shock
Little Comic Shop of Horrors


Tales To Give You Goosebumps
More Tales To Give You Goosebumps
Even More Tales To Give You Goosebumps

Goosebumps Horrorland:

01 Revenge of the Living Dummy
02 Creep From the Deep
03 Monster Blood For Breakfast!
04 the Scream of the Haunted Mask
05 Dr. Maniac vs. Robby Schwartz
06 Who's Your Mummy?
10 Help! We Have Strange Powers!
11 Escape From Horrorland
12 Streets of Panic Park


That's All

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