Hey, Ernesto, let me ask you something: what additional monsters would you like to see in my project? The new monster list i wrote down were all the ones that were scrapped from the Sony film, so i would like some suggestions?
Well... actually I would like to see Mary-Ellen from Bride of the Living Dummy, Dr. Brewer's Mutant Plants from Stay Ouf of the Basement, the Egg Monsters from Mars from the book of the same name, Compton Dawes and the Dark Falls Citizens from Welcome to the Dead House and the Worms from Go Eat Worms!.
The new Goosebumps monsters appearing include Monster Blood, Mr. Wood, Sabre, The Masked Mutant, Sam, Louisa, and Nat Sadler, The Camp Spirit Moon's Ghosts, The HorrorLand Horrors, The Vampire Bats, Dr. Brewer's Clone, The Mud Monsters, Mrs. Maaargh, Dr. Maniac, Hannah Stoneman, Aaron Freidus, Monroe Morton, The Monster Police, Cuddles the Hamster, The Beasts, The Class of 1947, The Knight in Screaming Armor, The Splatters, The Spiders, Andrew Craw, The Arcturans, and The Sea Monster.
I'm working on a version of the first Goosebumps movie where it was made by 20th century fox, since they made the TV show. Expect more scary moments, more Goosebumps monsters, and the theme song in it.
>GoosebumpsArt is the Goosebumps' Wiki admin and a secondary antagonist in Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween. He is Slappy's second-in-command and one of the main responsible for the Wardenclyffe's Halloween rampage.
>he and Murder have been placing all my work on the real page
Lol, I didn't add any monster to the list since I haven't seen the movie yet. The only thing I did on that page was to remove some redlinks. Though, I read most of your work and I think you're doing a very good job with it. :-)
>The only thing I did on that page was to remove some redlinks. Though, I read most of your work and I think you're doing a very good job with it. :-)
No problem! It was my bad, sorry. Thanks anyway!
>Also your pictures are great.
Thank you so much. Because the film was released recently there are very few HD images. I'm trying my best to find them.
>Ernesto, have you seen the film?
I just saw it last Thursday. I loved the film! I'm not 100% sure that the monsters are those from Goosebumps, but their appearance and descriptions are almost the same. The mask comes in a Goosebumps box that says "The Haunted Mask", the skeleton and the dog are the only ones that could fit with the appearance of Drool and Curly. In the case of Arcturan, it may be a random costume but perhaps the scriptwriter is making a reference to the characters in the books.
I'm not sure how I feel about creating a page for the shadowy figure in The Ghost Next Door. The character is important... But, in the past, we've stated that characters who don't have names don't really deserve pages.
I know it took me a while to do the first one (which I decided to be The Haunted House Game), but here ya go! I really really hope you like it! (And, since you also love Stranger Things, I thought maybe you would like a little reference XD)
>I'm already working on the second one, but I can't decide what to draw...... Any ideas for what you would like the picture to be like?
Uhmmmm ... if it's from The House of No Return, I'd think of a house (similar to Welcome to Dead House) in the background, and the four protagonists (Robbie, Nathan, Chris and Lori) coming in. Above the house, the ghosts of the deceased couple watching them.
I'm sorry to interrupt this conversation, but Ernesto probably wont be able to see that. If he doesn't already have the font installed on his computer, it will show up as Times New Roman instead of Benguiat.
I won't comment in this thread anymore, so you two can carry on.
So this is the new thread, lol. I really hope it's ok that I left the message on your wall, Ernesto (if you prefer I can create the thread on my wall). Anyone who wants to 'hop on the helping train', join this thread!
Sorry, Ernesto, but I wrote the plot summaries for Invasion of the Body Squeezers 1 and 2.
I kinda' want us to focus our efforts on the original series. If you want to do a few 2000s books here-and-there, that's okay, but I'd like to get the originals done first because they're a bit more popular.
>I'd be fine if you did either. Maybe I could rewrite MBIV.
>Your paragraphs are too short. A paragraph should have 5-8 sentences in it. Having a few short-paragraphs is fine, but a majority of your paragraphs should be regular sized. Remember to conserve article space.
I just wanted to talk to you about that topic. Well, I know technically Slappy is a doll. Doll and dummy are the same I think? I know you'll take it for a joke but the truth is that in my country "doll" means "muñeca" which is a girls' toy while "dummy" means "muñeco", a ventriloquist doll like Slappy XD
Seriously?? Why do you dislike it so much? I actually like it! It could be much better, I confess, but I think the cover works almost perfectly with the (possible) thematic of the book! Also, the background color (altgough I don't like the new cover design), is amazingly cool! :D
(Not being rude, but you're not a big fan of Dorman's works, are you?)
Sorry for my 2-3 day absence on my "rewritebox". Me and my family spent the weekend at my grandmother's and my cellphone got broken. Sadly, my grandparents don't have any computers so I had to borrow my sister's phone... But I'm back home and I just finished the Deep Trouble II summary! I'm still thinking of doing Don't Go To Sleep next, I'll start writing its summary later today, I guess.
I was doing DGtS' summary, and stopped to check something in Matt Amsterdam's page. Then I saw the "History" section of the book. Why don't we use the text written in Matt's page to place at the book's page? The section is original, and it only has to be changed from Past Tense to Present (I'm fixing it right now, and also rewording it a little in order to leave it more concise). What do you think about that?
I'm sorry I was not active all day! I was watching your conversation and I have to say that the plot of Night of the Living Dummy II that I rewrote was done with a bit of information on Amy Kramer's page.
So, the summary is now 6,400 characters long or something like that. Is that ok? There's not much more things that can be removed. I also changed all the verbs to the Present, to make it look like a plot summary like the others we have here on the wiki.
Oh, the new profile pic? Yeah, I wasn't enjoying having "Murder the Rat" as my avatar, so I drew digitally the face of Pennywise the Clown, from Stephen King's It (the new one). I like this pic more than the old one. The old one just didn't work well tbh.
I ususally read the book while rewriting the plot summaries. That's ok, right? (Anyway, most of the times, I end up reading his entries for the book I'm rewriting. Though he hates so much the series, his posts are really funny.)
>This is what I mean about rewriting instead of rewording.
>It looks mostly the same to me. Remember this?
I remember, and when I first read that message, I rearranged the summary so that the mistakes you pointed could be fixed. I don't think the summary has any more similar errors, but if it has, then please tell me and I'll fix them.
It probably won't be too hard. The most difficult summary I've ever tried to create was the one for Be Afraid – Be Very Afraid!. I started about two years ago and never finished. I'll do it one of these days.
Never read that one, but I'm actually curious. I'm aware that most people don't like it, but it makes me want to read it even more. I'm thinking of buying it. Sadly, it's being difficult to find a good deal.