Was there a list call Goosebumps fright of your life? it was here, but it's deleted a while ago. It had a huge list of books?
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Goosebumps is amazing
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I've been brainstorming a Goosebumps film reboot, which will go with the concept of the first film and have several monsters and villains from the books. I plan to give the best experience, but which monsters would you like to see? Remember to suggest both monsters that already appeared that you think should still be in it and monsters that didn't even appear like Monster Blood. Also, try not to go too crazy, as I do want to leave it open for sequels.
With a new Goosebumps TV show announced to be in the works, which episodes do you hope get adapted in the new TV show, and what order would they be in each season? Because the books ( excluding Goosebumps HorrorLand ) are standalone stories, I think they should be in a random order.
Compton Dawes, Ray Thurston, Dr. Brewer's Clone, Monster Blood, Sarabeth, The Camera, Dr. Fritz Fredericks, 'Reflections, Slappy the Dummy, Mr. Wood, Mr. Mortman, The Shadowy Figure, The Haunted Mask, The Unloved, Clarissa, Dr. Shreek, Mr. Toggle, Will Blake, Mud Monsters, Horrors, Bees, The Mermaid, The Sea Monster, The Scarecrows, The Worms, Sam Sadler, Louisa Sadler, Nat Sadler, Nila Rahmad, Prince Khor-Ru, The Phantom, The Masked Mutant, The Lord High Executioner, The Cuckoo Clock, Grool, Ghost Dogs, King Jellyjam, Hap and Chip, Lawn Gnomes, Giant Praying Mantises, The Old Man Mask, Andrew Craw, Abominable Snowman, Shrunken Head, Amaz-O, Egg Monsters, Beasts, Lucy, Elvis McGraw, Uncle Marv, The Swamp Monster, Ivanna, The Pumpkin Heads, Count Nightwing, Creeps, The Snowman, Vanessa, Reality Police, The Blob, Della, Brent Green, Dr. Ritter, Class of 1947, Uncle Colin and Aunt Marta, Hannah Stoneman, Keith, and Blue Monster Blood.
I've been discussing Ican'tthinkof1goodname on which monsters I can use for my Goosebumps film reboot which I am brainstorming. I am thinking of using monsters from Give Yourself Goosebumps We've so far thought of Jenna, Fifi the Vampire Poodle, Professor Shock, E. Ville's Creeper Plants, and The Vampire Bats. All of them excluding Jenna and the Vampire Bats were in the movie.
You see on another site named Character Stats and Wiki I am making whats called a cosmology thread. This question involves the thread.
Looking at the list of monsters that were scrapped from the first Goosebumps movie and being disappointed at how Haunted Halloween abandoned the concept of the first film for generic Halloween decorations, which monsters do you wish appeared in the movies?
A group of best-selling authors is teaming up with Amazon in a lawsuit that aims to bring down an alleged counterfeit e-book publishing site described as “the biggest pirate book site the world has ever seen.”
John Grisham, Scott Turow, R.L. Stine, Sylvia Day, and other top American authors are named as plaintiffs in the suit, along with Amazon Publishing and Penguin Random House. The complaint was filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Seattle against the operators of Kiss Library and affiliated websites
The authors include some who previously fought Amazon over digital book pricing on its e-commerce site. However, in this case, they are joining forces with the company’s book publishing arm.
The plaintiffs claim that Kiss Library and related mirror websites sold unauthorized ebooks at discounted prices as they displayed, reproduced, sold, and distributed copyrighted works without permission. The lawsuit surfaces various examples of authors who have called out the defendants.
The lawsuit also notes that the “economic harm caused by Defendants’ digital piracy has been compounded during the COVID-19 pandemic — when readers are quarantined to their homes and increasingly reliant on ebooks.”
The plaintiffs request that the court disable all Kiss Library-related websites and that the defendants return all profits made off the alleged illegal sales.
“Combatting piracy requires collaboration across the industry and Amazon Publishing is glad to join together with Penguin Random House and members of the Authors Guild in this suit against book piracy entity KISS Library,” an Amazon spokesperson said in a statement. “We are committed to holding bad actors accountable.”
Some of the same authors partnering with Amazon Publishing in the lawsuit were part of a group of more than 900 writers who publicly lambasted Amazon’s negotiating tactics during a ebook pricing and profit margin dispute with Hachette back in 2014. Amazon eventually reached an agreement with Hachette later that year.
Other authors listed on the lawsuit against Kiss Library include Lee Child, Sylvia Day, C.J. Lyons, Doug Preston, Jim Rasenberger, T.J. Stiles, Monique Truong, Nicholas Weinstock, and Stuart Woods.
“In the last decade, and especially the last couple of years, the number of piracy complaints handled by the Authors Guild has skyrocketed, which is why we no longer could sit by and allow book piracy entities like KISS Library to continue to rob authors and publishers of their ability to earn a living,” Preston, president of the Authors Guild, said in a statement. “We are filing this suit not only on behalf of ourselves but for the thousands of authors who labor years to write a book, putting their hearts and souls into every sentence, only to see their income lost to book piracy.”
The lawsuit the latest in a series of actions from Amazon against illegal activity. Last month it filed lawsuits in three states to stop fraudulent affiliate marketing schemes driven by email campaigns purporting to come from the Seattle e-commerce giant.
Amazon also last month formed an internal “Counterfeit Crimes Unit” to bolster its fight against knock-off products on Amazon.com, as the company seeks to show customers, legislators and legitimate retailers that it’s tough on e-commerce crime.
In addition, Amazon’s Project Zero initiative has the goal of eliminating counterfeit goods on Amazon.com. Other Amazon initiatives include Transparency, which promises to eliminate counterfeits for enrolled products. Last month, Amazon joined with Valentino to sue an alleged counterfeiter of the Italian luxury fashion brand’s Rockstud shoes.
See the full lawsuit on the linked website.
Stine's dog, Minnie, has passed away after he'd kept her for 14 years. That's sad. Reminds me of the time he killed Petey and nearly killed Wolf. Thank StacyFan for the retweet.
Hello. I recently discovered a page that is only linked to Tim Jacobus' page; a page for the Goosebumps Alive attraction. The page barely has any info, and I don't think anyone would be interested if nothing's there. I don't know anything about this attraction besides the fact that Jacobus made the artwork. I marked it for deletion. I need your opinions on this. Should the page be deleted or is anyone interested in adding details?
What the heck is this cover???
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Not sure if this is a regular case, but considering that the two books after have synopsises while Night Howler is still just listed as "Slappy does his scariest thing yet!" is kinda concerning on just what the heck this book is gonna be, or if even Stine knew what he was coming up with beforehand.