The cover depicts an actual invisble boy at a school with a black handprint, and a can of black paint that's been spray-prainted as a sad face on the locker behind him.
Magic Club is supposed to be fun for Frankie Miller and his friends. But that pest, Ari Goodwyn is always ruining everyone's tricks. After a really embarrassing fail, Frankie wants revenge. When the legendary magician, Mystical Marvin, comes to town to perform his daring stunts, Frankie sees an opportunity to get even with Ari. There's only one problem: everything goes wrong. Can Frankie and his friends make things right? Or will the opportunity to disappear... forever.
|Audiobook||Release date||Length||Narrated by||Published by|
|October 1st, 2019||2 hours, 45 minutes||Joe Fria, Ramon de Ocampo||Scholastic Inc.|
- The title is a reference to the ending of the Goosebumps film, where Brent Green types "The Invisible Boy's Revenge" on the typewriter. However, the book and film seem to have no connection to each other, nor does the book have any connection to My Best Friend Is Invisible.
- According to Brandon Dorman via his Instagram, he was assigned with creating a cover that shows an invisible boy in danger with a simple background in a school setting without any other kids present.
- The name of the school in the book is Han Solo Middle School. This is a reference to the Star Wars character of the same name.
- ↑ Revenge of the Invisible Boy (Goosebumps SlappyWorld #9) (Amazon listing)
|Goosebumps SlappyWorld series|
|#01 Slappy Birthday to You||#05 Escape from Shudder Mansion||#09 Revenge of the Invisible Boy!|
|#02 Attack of the Jack||#06 The Ghost of Slappy||#10 Diary of a Dummy|
|#03 I Am Slappy's Evil Twin||#07 It's Alive! It's Alive!||#11 They Call Me the Night Howler!|
|#04 Please Do Not Feed the Weirdo||#08 The Dummy Meets the Mummy!|