Goosebumps: Season 2, Episode 3

Attack of the Mutant: Part 2 (7 Sep. 1996)

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After Libby decides to go home, Skipper leaves the strange building as well. However, when he receives a comic book that seems to depict him saving his hero, he decides to go back and solve the mystery once and for all.

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After Libby decides to go home, Skipper leaves the strange building as well. However, when he receives a comic book that seems to depict him saving his hero, he decides to go back and solve the mystery once and for all.

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Adam West, the Galloping Gazelle, is famous for playing comic book hero Batman in the 1960s TV series Batman (1966). See more »

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As Skipper is untying the ropes from the Galloping Gazelle's body, the ropes change position, with the one by his neck appearing and disappearing between shots. See more »

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Skipper Mathews: Libby, you gotta be careful. The Mutant's in here! He could be anything. He could be the desk, or the floor, or the railing, or these pipes, or the ceiling!
Libby: I know, I know, he's the Masked Mutant. He could be anything; he could even be me.
Skipper Mathews: [in a wave of terror] Libby, that's not funny.
Libby: There is no Libby - there never was.
Skipper Mathews: Oh...
Libby: [walks toward him, evilly] And now I must do something very bad to you, Skipper.
[Libby laughs maniacally revealing herself to be the Mask Mutant]
Skipper Mathews: No, please! I'll just ...
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Reading too many comics can make a boy wonder.
28 September 2013 | by (Edinburgh.) – See all my reviews

The concluding part of "Attack Of The Mutant" sees Skipper Mathews (Dan Warry-Smith) still finding elements from his beloved comic books appearing in the real world around him. Things start to get even worse as he becomes convinced that The Masked Mutant is somehow behind it all and that The Galloping Gazelle (a fun cameo by Adam West) is in major trouble.

Considering the fantastical nature of the premise, it's no surprise that things get more ridiculous in this grand finale. Director Randy Bradshaw and writer Dan Angel do decent enough work with the raw material given to them by R. L. Stine, but there's not a lot they can do to improve upon it. It is what it is.

Warry-Smith is just fine once more in the lead role, Melissa Bathory is also good again as Libby, Maurice Godin and Mag Ruffman are fun as Skipper's parents, and Scott Wickware acts suitably over the top as The Masked Mutant.

All in all, this is not a terrible TV episode, but it's not super either.


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