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If the vibrantly colored spines of R.L. Stine's Goosebumps books caught your eye in the aisles of the public library or local book shop in your formative years, then Fright Rags has an apparel collection you might be dying to add to your wardrobe... if you dare.
Now available from Fright Rags, the Goosebumps collection is featured in new photos that you can check out below, and to learn more about this tribute to nostalgic nightmares of the ’90s, visit Fright Rags online.
Press Releases: R.L. Stine's Goosebumps books were more than just a bestselling phenomenon; they served as a gateway into horror for a new generation. Now all grown up, '90s kids can get nostalgic for Fright-Rags' Goosebumps Collection.
- Derek Anderson
No matter what your politics are, I think we can all agree that the thought of being without health care is a scary situation. “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” decided to poke a little fun at the Gop’s latest… Continue Reading →
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- Debi Moore
Welcome to Dead House, Night of the Living Dummy, and The Haunted Mask: these are just a few of Tim Jacobus' iconic covers to R.L. Stine's Goosebumps book series, and the fine folks at Creepy Co. have teamed up with Scholastic to release new shirts featuring Jacobus' eye-popping artwork, as well as a replica book box set and enamel pins.
The shirts, enamel pins, and Welcome to Dead House replica book box set (limited to only 100 sets) will be available beginning Thursday, March 23rd at 6:00pm Cst. Below, we have full details and a look at the Goosebumps collection, and to learn more about these items, visit Creepy Co. online.
From Creepy Co.: "Creepy Co. is immensely proud to present entry #1 into our ongoing Goosebumps™ collection.
When we approached the folks at Scholastic, we knew that we wanted to start with a straightforward, core release centered »
- Derek Anderson
Idw and Disney Comics release Donald and Mickey: The Persistence of Mickey this week, featuring a guest appearance from Salvador Dali; take a look at a preview of the special issue here…
Hello, Dali! When Walt Disney and famed abstract artist Salvador Dali teamed up in 1946, they birthed a famed cartoon featurette called Destino… that wouldn’t be seen until decades after its inception! How come? Would you believe—Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy invaded Dali’s outrageous world of art, and turned Uncle Walt’s plans even abstract-er than before! Then stick around for more action with Donald, Mickey, and the whole Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories supporting cast! Donald and evil Argus McSwine clash as demolition derby drivers in “Roadhogs,” and as super hot curry chefs in “You Vindaloo, You Lose a Few!” Then, in “Night of the Living Text,” Mickey and Goofy learn they’re »
- Amie Cranswick
If you’re a fan of the Goosebumps series, then you’ll know of the character Slappy, the villain that first appeared in Night of the Living Dummy. Since then, Slappy has appeared in multiple entries and has become a recurring bad… Continue Reading →
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- Jonathan Barkan
5 items from 2017
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