Slappy’s Tales of Horror by R.L. Stine

I gave this book 3/5 stars. (This changed from my wrap-up)

I picked this graphic novel up on impulse after watching the new Goosebumps movie, which was pretty good. It was not exactly what I was expecting but still really good. It had four stories in it so I am going to separate each story because none of them are related to each other.

  • A Shocker on Shock Street- 4/5 stars
I really liked this mini graphic novel, it had a classic R.L. Stine storyline. It started off really cheesy but had an amazing twist ending. That ending was defiantly not expected and was really original. I also really loved the art style. I thought that it really fit with the story and that it was really pretty.
  • The Werewolf of Fear Street- 3/5 stars.
This story wasn’t able to follow up to the first one. The story wasn’t bad but I just didn’t like it as much as the first one. The twist of this story was also really good, again, not predictable. I also really like the art of this one and again thought it went with the mood of the story.
  • Ghost Beach- 2/5 stars
At the point the novel I thought that the whole thing was going south. I really didn’t like this story, it wasn’t creepy, just weird. I didn’t think that it made any sense at all and I hated the ending because it seemed cut off short. The art was pretty but it didn’t really go with the mood of the story.
  • Night of the Living Dummy- 3/5 stars

Now this story redeemed some of the graphic novel for me. This is the story I had been waiting for, Slappy the dummy. I loved the storyline, I thought that it was really cute and the art that went with it was also really cute. It twist was a little predictable but the way it written was really well done. It truly reminded me of the T.V. Show I grew up with and I really liked it.

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