Minimal Goosebumps: Posters Based on R.L. Stine’s Bone-Chilling Books [Printable]

Minimal Goosebumps: Posters Based on R.L. Stine’s Bone-Chilling Books

 

There was a time when children’s horror wasn’t a mainstream concept. Kids were either forbidden from reading or watching horror, or they had to watch made-for-adults horror alongside their parents. But then R.L. Stine started writing Goosebumps, his wildly successful series of horror novellas for children. How successful? Over 350 million copies sold successful! Then came the Goosebumps television series, games, and other merchandise. And now there’s a feature film starring Jack Black. (Talk about finding a niche, R.L.! Can we call you R.L.?) We’re fans of horror of all kinds, so we made these minimalist posters based on some of our favorite Goosebumps books. All of the posters are clickable for larger versions.

 

 

#1: Welcome to Dead House (July 1992)

#1: Welcome to Dead House (July 1992)

They moved to a place named "Dark Falls". What did they expect?

 

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#4: Say Cheese and Die! (November 1992)

#4: Say Cheese and Die! (November 1992)

We like how this plot develops.

 

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#7: Night of the Living Dummy (May 1993)

#7: Night of the Living Dummy (May 1993)

His only weakness…is a steamroller.

 

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#9: Welcome to Camp Nightmare (July 1993)

#9: Welcome to Camp Nightmare (July 1993)

“You’ve passed the test!” But lost The Game.

 

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#11: The Haunted Mask (September 1993)

#11: The Haunted Mask (September 1993)

She should have bought her mask on HalloweenCostumes.com.

 

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#13: Piano Lessons Can Be Murder (November 1993)

#13: Piano Lessons Can Be Murder (November 1993)

Give that robot a hand. (Or two.)

 

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#16: One Day at Horrorland (February 1994)

#16: One Day at Horrorland (February 1994)

No Pinching!

 

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#17: Why I'm Afraid of Bees (March 1994)

#17: Why I'm Afraid of Bees (March 1994)

To bee or not to bee? That sure is a question, alright.

 

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#24: Phantom of the Auditorium (October 1994)

#24: Phantom of the Auditorium (October 1994)

It was Brian. Sorry, spoilers.

 

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#30: It Came From Beneath the Sink! (April 1996)

#30: It Came From Beneath the Sink! (April 1996)

There is no Sponge, only Grool.

 

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#42: Egg Monsters from Mars (April 1996)

#42: Egg Monsters from Mars (April 1996)

Oooh, just what we've always wanted, an egg blanket!

 

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#50: Calling All Creeps! (December 1996)

#50: Calling All Creeps! (December 1996)

Creeps are the future!

 

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#57: My Best Friend Is Invisible (July 1997)

#57: My Best Friend Is Invisible (July 1997)

He’s nothing to look at.

 

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Which did you like the most? Did we cover all of your favorites? Let us know in the comments below! And if you’re not too scared, take a look–or maybe just a peek–at our scary costumes from a variety of horror books and movies!

 

 

Poster Design Credit: Jacob Kuddes

Wyatt Edwards

Wyatt Edwards is an Inbound Marketing Specialist at HalloweenCostumes.com. His past costumes include a rocket surgeon, hipster guy, Wikipedia, Optimus Prime, and a picnic. Yes, a picnic. He may dress as Dwight Schrute this Halloween, which would take literally zero effort. Wyatt also plays guitar and role-playing games, but doesn’t generally put on fancy costumes for that.


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