Goosebumps: Monsters at Midnight

Goosebumps: Monsters at Midnight

The kid-friendly horror series that defined a decade returns to comics, for the first time with all-new stories! Reader beware, you're in for a scare! So you say you want Goosebumps comics? Well, Be Careful What You Wish For, or you'll end up in Deep Trouble. Sure, you say, "You Can't Scare Me!" now, but wait 'til I tell you Why I'm Afraid of Bees. But where are my manners? The kid-friendly horror series that defined a decade returns to comics, for the first time with all-new stories! Read...

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Title:Goosebumps: Monsters at Midnight
Author:Jeremy Lambert
Rating:
Genres:Horror
ISBN:168405155X
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:80 pages pages

Goosebumps: Monsters at Midnight Reviews

  • Wolverinefactor
    Jul 18, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Kathy
    Oct 07, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Marys Niesink
    Jul 03, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Melody
    Nov 11, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Jen Vaughn
    Sep 11, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Sarah
    Jul 30, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Rachel
    Nov 05, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

  • Alexander
    Sep 18, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Daniel
    Apr 21, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Jennifer Priester
    Sep 04, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Kristan
    Jun 11, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Kelly
    Sep 08, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Hari Rao
    Jul 15, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Cali Hanson
    Oct 08, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Lee
    Jul 10, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Lindsay Ross-Roberts
    Aug 23, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Jennette
    Jul 11, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Brian
    Mar 15, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Hew France
    May 29, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

  • Michael Kikle
    Sep 10, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

  • Gianna
    Oct 28, 2017

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • TJL
    Jun 12, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Cameron Chaney
    May 17, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

  • Raven Terry
    Jun 28, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Allison
    Aug 20, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Laren
    Jun 20, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

  • Heather
    Nov 02, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Aidan Fitzgerald
    Oct 25, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

  • Romanoff Parkwell
    Jul 24, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...

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  • Evy
    Apr 19, 2018

    You've heard it before: I'm a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. I have been my entire life. Literally. I still buy all the new books and reread the originals whenever the mood strikes me. So when I heard there was going to be a new Goosebumps comic, I was looking forward to it. I kept my hopes l...

    I?m a HUGE fan of Goosebumps. These were the books that would keep me up at night, not in fear, but rented under my blankets, flashlight in hand, breaking the rules of ?lights out? to see what would happen next. It also started my love affair with horror literature (along with Ho...

    I was a little disappointed by this volume. Much like previous attempts to transition Goosebumps to comic format, there's just something missing here. The story and characters were under developed and uninteresting, and... I dunno... the art was a little too cartoony. I get that its in...

    The illustrations are bold and the colours striking, I really enjoyed the characterisation of Mia and Ginny. And the story itself was fast-paced and a blast from the past. Highly recommended, even if comics aren?t your fortay. ...

    Lambert and IDW could not resist putting a gay couple in this book, nor could they keep themselves from filling every ?good guy? role with nothing but women. Fucking stupid cucks ruin everything I like. ...

    Halloween ComicFest sample: I love how it brings Horrorland to the comics, but I?m tired of seeing Slappy the Dummy as the main character of the franchise ...

    Review located here: https://comicbastards.com/comics/revi... ...