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"Goosebumps" Attack of the Mutant: Part 2 (1996)

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Original Air Date:
7 September 1996 (Season 2, Episode 3)
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. | Add synopsis »
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Reading too many comics can make a boy wonder. See more (2 total) »


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Episode Crew
Directed by
William Fruet 
Randy Bradshaw (uncredited)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Dan Angel  written by
Billy Brown  written by
R.L. Stine  based on the books by

Produced by
Martha Atwater .... co-executive producer
Patrick Doyle .... co-producer
Deborah Forte .... executive producer
Steve Levitan .... producer
Masa Mikage .... associate producer
Bill Siegler .... co-executive producer
Thomas L. Wilhite .... executive producer
Original Music by
Brad MacDonald 
Cinematography by
Brian R.R. Hebb 
Film Editing by
Peter Light 
Casting by
Forrest & Forrest  (as Susan Forrest)
Production Design by
Ian Brock 
Art Direction by
Karen M. Clark 
Set Decoration by
Christine MacLean 
Costume Design by
Joyce Schure 
Makeup Department
Leslie Dumbleton .... makeup
Stephanie Ingram .... hair stylist
Ron Stefaniuk .... special effects makeup designer
Production Management
Lena Cordina .... production manager
Gary Mueller .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David Forsyth .... third assistant director
Glenn MacIntosh .... second assistant director
John Pace .... first assistant director
Art Department
Alan Doucette .... property master
Jaclyn Shoub .... prop buyer
Arni Stone .... lead set dresser
Hugh Walker .... head carpenter
Bill White .... construction coordinator
Tim Jacobus .... vhs and dvd cover artwork (uncredited)
Sound Department
Bryan Day .... sound recordist
Paul McGlashan .... boom operator
Allen Ormerod .... re-recording engineer
Gary Vaughan .... foley recordist
Special Effects by
Ron Stefaniuk .... creatures creator
Visual Effects by
Gary Mueller .... effects supervisor
Regan Moore .... stunt double (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert Barton-Taylor .... grip
John Botelho .... gaffer
Dave Erlichman .... key grip
David McNeil .... best boy electric (as Dave McNeil)
David Niven .... first assistant camera
Allyson Reid .... second assistant camera
Carl Savage .... best boy grip
Scott Westerlaken .... grip
Casting Department
Jane Rogers .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Carol Robinson .... key wardrobe
Editorial Department
Fiona Paterson .... assistant editor
Location Management
Paul Kenyon .... assistant location manager
Sherry Wolfson .... location manager
Music Department
Jack Lenz .... theme
Transportation Department
Okko Berkhuysen .... transport coordinator
Len Kiroff .... driver
Dave Marwick .... driver captain (as David Marwick)
Manon White .... driver
Aleck Duncan .... driver: cast (uncredited)
Other crew
Dan Angel .... executive story editor
Billy Brown .... executive story editor
Bernie Burford .... production coordinator
Natalie Capone .... script coordinator
Brenda Kulvietis .... production accountant
Pat Lee-Harris .... protocol production coordinator (as Pat Harris)
Michelle McCree .... executive: YTV
Jane Schmeltzer .... executive: YTV
Dawn Marie Sorokolit .... script supervisor
Anthony Thomas-Costa .... assistant accountant
Michelle Turner .... executive: YTV

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
R.L. Stine  creator

Casting by
Felicia Fasano 
Production Design by
Armando Sgrignuoli 
Makeup Department
Matthew Dewilde .... prosthetic sculptor
Stephanie Ingram .... key hair stylist (1995-1997)
David Scott .... prosthetic sculptor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joshua Chaiton .... apprentice director
Trevor Fischer .... second assistant director
Douglas Mitchell .... third assistant director (season 4)
Gary Mueller .... second unit director
Art Department
Robert J. Lewis .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Alek Bromke .... adr assistant recordist
Erika Schengili-Roberts .... boom operator (season 1)
Andrew Tay .... sound re-recording mixer (seasons 1 and 2)
Visual Effects by
Gudrun Heinze .... digital compositor
Shelly Morrow .... digital compositor
Marco Bianco .... stunt coordinator
Brian Jagersky .... stunts
Steve Lucescu .... stunt coordinator
Steve Lucescu .... utility stunts
Edward A. Queffelec .... stunts
Robert Racki .... stunt double
Camera and Electrical Department
Masato Chikusa .... videographer: behind-the-scenes documentary
Masaaki Fujimori .... videographer: behind-the-scenes
Renaldo Jackson .... best boy
Steve Kolodziej .... video playback operator (season 4)
John Medland .... still photographer
Leonard Mitalas .... camera trainee
Lisa Pilcher .... second assistant camera
Casting Department
Leonard Finger .... casting: New York
Suzy Sachs .... additional casting: Seattle
Costume and Wardrobe Department
April Poppe .... wardrobe
Music Department
Brian Nevin .... music mixer (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Rick Selmanovic .... driver
Other crew
Rick Constantineau .... production accountant
Masaaki Fujimori .... director: behind-the-scenes
Anthony Grosse .... assistant accountant
Evan Hayes .... production assistant
Rey-Phillip Santos .... production assistant
Michelle Taddei .... production assistant (1997)
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Additional Details

22 min (74 episodes)
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

The Skydome and CN Tower can be seen behind the Masked Mutant's lair.See more »
Continuity: 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 »
Skipper Mathews:[as the Masked Mutant begins to transform into acid] Aha, there's one thing you've forgotten, Mutant! You can change into a solid and back, but once you change into a liquid, you're dead!
The Masked Mutant:What? You tricked me! The great Masked Mutant, tricked by a boy!
Skipper Mathews:[picking up the Mutant's mask with a rolled-up comic book] Yes, I've destroyed him! The most evil supervillain to walk the planet is dead!
[laughs maniacally and triumphantly]
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Movie Connections:
References "The Simpsons" (1989)See more »
Goosebumps ThemeSee more »


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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Reading too many comics can make a boy wonder., 28 September 2013
Author: tyler-and-jack from Edinburgh.

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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