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Monsters at Midnight is the first arc in the horror anthology comic series Goosebumps. It was published by IDW in 2017.

Comics

No. Cover Release date Artwork by Written by
1

Monsters at Midnight - Issue 1 (Variant A)

Monsters at Midnight - Issue 1 (Variant B)

Monsters at Midnight - Issue 1 (Variant C)

October 25, 2017 Chris Fenoglio Jeremy Lambert
2

Monsters at Midnight - Issue 2 (Variant A)

Monsters at Midnight - Issue 2 (Variant B)

Monsters at Midnight - Issue 2 (Variant C)

November 08, 2017 Chris Fenoglio Jeremy Lambert
3

Monsters at Midnight - Issue 3 (Variant A)

Monsters at Midnight - Issue 3 (Variant B)

Monsters at Midnight - Issue 3 (Variant C)

January 31, 2018 Chris Fenoglio Jeremy Lambert

Plot

Issue 1

Mia and Ginny were planning on spending a thoroughly dull summer at their grandmother’s house. Enter a spooky, old bookshop and a door left slightly ajar, and soon these sisters find themselves trapped in HorrorLand, which is drastically different from the sleepy, suburban town they left behind.[1]

Issue 2

Trapped in HorrorLand, sisters Mia and Ginny have no hope of escape... that is until a little Horror named Irk mentions the gate on the other side of the Scream-Park! Only problem is the never-ending nightmares that stand in their way! And did someone say something about a dummy? Oh, sorry! I didn't mean- AAAAAGGHH!

Issue 3

The sisters are safe and sound in their beds, Their nightmares a folly, it's all in their heads. Now wait, I hear something, perhaps it's a scream... Oh, I'm so sorry, it's not all a dream! They cannot survive this, reader beware! Unless I'm mistaken, you're in for a scare!

Gallery

Trivia

  • Because Mia and Ginny's parents are a lesbian couple, this marks the very first instance of LGBT tropes in Goosebumps media.
  • One of the books on the shelves in Cursed Editions is the Necronomicon, as depicted in the Evil Dead films.
  • Curly's appearance in this comic arc marks his first actual appearance in a Goosebumps story, as he usually appeared in covers and merchandise in the past.

References to other Goosebumps media

References

  1. “Goosebumps” Comic Books Creeping into Stores This October
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