Goosebumps

 GOO1   (Scholastic, 2006)

™ and © Scholastic Books
Black and white series.

Before Scholastic had success with Harry Potter, they had another runaway success with the Goosebumps series of watered-down horror tales similar in style, but somewhat less gruesome than the classic E.C. horror comics from the 1950s. While the original Goosebumps series was completely prose, these graphic novels are closer to their E.C.-inspired origins. The major difference is that there is not a central host character in each tale, but this is inconsequential. If you like E.C.’s or similar fare like Stephen King’s Creepshow, check this series out.

— Mark Arnold

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#1

  9/1/2006
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Creepy CreaturesGabriel Hernandez, Greg Ruth, C. Scott MorseGabriel Hernandez, Greg Ruth, C. Scott Morse

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Creepy Creatures; Published by GraphixGabriel Hernandez, Greg Ruth, C. Scott MorseGabriel Hernandez, Greg Ruth, C. Scott Morse

#2

  3/1/2007
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Terror TripsJill Thompson, Jamie Tolagson, Amy Kim GanterJill Thompson, Jamie Tolagson, Amy Kim Ganter

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Terror Trips; Published by GraphixJill Thompson, Jamie Tolagson, Amy Kim GanterJill Thompson, Jamie Tolagson, Amy Kim Ganter

#3

  7/1/2007
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Scary SummerDean Haspiel, Ted Naifeh, Kyle BakerDean Haspiel, Ted Naifeh, Kyle Baker

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Scary Summer; Published by GraphixDean Haspiel, Ted Naifeh, Kyle BakerDean Haspiel, Ted Naifeh, Kyle Baker