So, I was cleaning my room, when I noticed the bottom shelf on my bookshelf had a lot of crumbs on it. I thought it was odd. I touched the stuff, and it wasn't crumbs... it was like, weird dust stuff. I noticed the stuff was on some of the books too. No big deal, I thought. I can just clean it up with a duster or something. I moved the books out of the shelf, and noticed my other copy of How I Learned to Fly had some hole on the cover near the top left. I took a closer look at it, and saw that a strange bug had burrowed through the pages. The bug appeared to be dead, so I disposed of it. I'm going to take a look at the other books now. Wish me luck guys...Read more >
READER BEWARE: This is my blog, so everything I say here is my opinion. I'm not going to end every sentence "in my opinion" or anything like that. If you have your own thoughts on these covers, please leave them in the comments below.
In this series of blogs, I'll be reviewing each Goosebumps series' cover art. For this one, I will be taking a look at the Classic Goosebumps series. Classic Goosebumps is a book series that re-releases older Goosebumps books with brand new artwork. The art is done by an artist named Brandon Dorman. He usually does fantasy-type artwork, which range from cartoony, to detailed and realistic. I must say, he's a very good artist. He's done a lot of book covers, but none of them were really horror based. So Goosebumps is a bit di…Read more >
Calling all Egg Monsters! It's time we all come together and appreciate the second best Goosebumps villain, the Egg Monster from Mars!
IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not talk bad about the Egg Monster in the comments. If so, you will be banned for 3000 years.Read more >
I only got two items, but they're both super cool, and I have to share them.
The first one is the original print of The Barking Ghost. Nothing too special. But... when you open the book, you're greeted by this cool Goosebumps calendar poster! Here's an image of it from the original listing:
It's pretty rare to find the original books with trading cards inside, let alone posters, so I'm very glad to have it!
Next up is something pretty amazing:
Even More Tales to Give You Goosebumps in its original packaging, and it's sealed! I was planning on purchasing this a few weeks ago, but someone bought it before I could. I was pretty disappointed, as the price was good (40 bucks + free shipping). However, about a week ago, it resurfaced again and for …
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