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    #FanArtFriday Goosebumps Edition #3

    Our latest crop of creepy Goosebumps fan art comes from Geeselumps, a “collection of redrawn versions and re-imaginings of Goosebumps covers” curated by illustrator Zac Gorman. Rather than parody, like our Ganderlumps postcard set, these tributes to R.L. Stine’s scare series are reinterpretations—some creepy, some funny, but all pretty freaking rad! Got some freaky Goosebumps […]

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    GOOSEBUMPS is a Scary Good Time [Review]

    As someone who was raised on R.L. Stine’s original series of Goosebumps books, and the TV adaptation that followed, I must admit that I entered the theater this past weekend with an equal amount of excitement and caution. Any doubts I had were soon replaced by chuckles and wide-eyed wonder as one monster after another […]

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    #FanArtFriday Goosebumps Edition 2

    Last year, over 40 artists from around the world joined forces to pay tribute to R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps franchise in the form of a 46 page, full color art zine. Spearheaded by artists Sabrina Parolin and Jennifer Ilett, each piece is inspired by a different book from the original Goosebumps series (much like our parody […]

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    #FanArtFriday Goosebumps Edition #1

    There is a LOT of Goosebumps fan art floating around on the interwebs and while we won’t be able to cover them all we’re going to try at capture at least some of the highlights. Today’s picks might look familiar to some…they’re from If It Were Stine, a collection of Goosebumps-inspired faux covers by New […]

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    Strange Case File #3: The Origin of GOOSEBUMPS Curly the Skeleton

    While Goosebumps is primarily known for its large cast of monsters, aliens and mutant offspring, there’s only creature (aside from Stine himself, har-har) who’s actually achieved the title of “de-facto spokesperson and mascot” for the franchise: Curly the Skeleton. As the face skull of numerous Goosebumps merchandise during the mid-90s—from plush pillows to watches, Halloween […]

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