The kid-friendly horror series returns to comics with all-new stories! The terrifying world of Goosebumps is just a click away! When Mitra and her two besties find a phone with the latest and greatest technology and apps, they think they are dreaming. But when push (notification) come to shove, they might be living a nightmare! With the phone turning them against each other, can Mitra do a hard reset before it's too late?
- Mitra is shown to have a romantic attraction to Weather; because of this, Mitra is the first LGBT character to appear in Goosebumps media.
- This comic references The Three Musketeers, Mario Kart and Encyclopedia Brown. Additionally, Kyra jokes that they can be like "The Sandersons", potentially a reference to the 1993 film Hocus Pocus.
- In the introduction, R.L. Stine mentions Disney, Looney Tunes, Heckle and Jeckle, Baby Huey, The Fox and the Crow, Andy Panda, Charlie Chicken, and Chilly Willy.
References to other Goosebumps media
- Say Cheese and Die!: The name of this arc is a reference to the title of the book, and the overall plot shares similarities to the books.
- Night of the Living Dummy saga: Slappy the Dummy appears as the primary antagonist.
- Tales to Give You Goosebumps: Curly the Skeleton appears as the secondary antagonist.
- Calling All Creeps!: The Creeps appear as the tertiary antagonists.
- Welcome to the Wicked Wax Museum: Sybil Wicked makes an appearance during issue 3.
- I Live in Your Basement!: Keith makes an appearance during issue 2, and reappears in issue 3 as part of the arc's twist ending.