Goosebumps Slappyworld: They Call Me the Night Howler #11 [Book Review]

Mason Brady loves comics! He knows every hero, villain, and sidekick. He even draws his own characters. On a trip to his favorite place, the Comic Book Characters Hall of Fame Museum, Mason explores every exhibit. He even comes across the very real Night Howler. But when villains start terrorizing the town, Mason realizes that his whole life is about to change. Will Mason be a superhero or a superzero?


Superheroes, some popular than others. And some are so underrated, they might as well retire early. What kid doesn’t want to grow up as Batman, Superman? But the real mystery is how many want to be evil. From Barnes and Nobles Live Stream Event with Tim Jacobus and RL Stine, I learned that this book was one of his favorites to write. Did you enjoy it?

Museum visits are always fun. Learn new things, and if lucky enough meet your heroes. However it may not be as fun as you thought. Some heroes wanna give it up, all from not being able to capture a specific villain. Especially if you agree to carry out the work. But if you have a snoopy sister, eager friends of the same comics as you. How do you hide your identity without losing your powers.

The very first night of becoming the Night Howler was off to a… well good start? I mean the bad guy was named the Quitter and would ambush older people and steal their wallets. Upon the new Night Howlers appearance of the mighty “Howl”, the Villain’s stops and surrenders right away to the point he gives back the wallet he had just stolen. From there Brady faces others but starts to fail each night, then we get an appearance of Dr. Maniac. Which this is the same Dr. Maniac from Goosebumps Horrorland & Goosebumps Most Wanted series.

R.L. Stine takes a shot of telling a tale of what could be Brady’s dream, but being a superhero doesn’t always workout to be easy. As the book shows, it’s definitely not easy to encounter Villain’s after Villain’s. Because eventually you may just end up giving up, or giving another try. This was an okay listen (Audiobook), it seems some old jokes from Slappy’s Intermission have resurfaced making it not to funny like normally.




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