Fright-Rags is having a huge sale on their Goosebumps merchandise


Fright Rags buyers beware, you’re in for a scare. The horror clothing company is now having a massive R.L Stine’s Goosebumps sale.

If you grew up in the ’90s and you enjoyed horror, there was one book series that was close to sacred to you. R. L. Stine’s “Goosebumps” was every ’90s horror kid’s go to writer. Even the kids who didn’t like reading would read them. There were a total of 64 books in the entire series.

Today’s kids will remember “Goosebumps” of those two (one upcoming) Jack Black movies and maybe never realize the books came first, and that just breaks our nostalgic ’90s hearts. However, there is hope. The good folks over at Fright-Rags are seeing to it that future children will know of the real R. L. Stine (That’s the guy Jack Black plays in the movies, kids.)

Right now they are having a tremendous 35% sale on their Goosebumps stock. If you want to keep the memory of Goosebumps alive, head on over there and get you some old school “Goosebumps” merchandising. They have various shirts, and special editions that come with either a mask of Slappy The Dummy or The Haunted Mask, and a shirt.

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At 35%, this deal is almost a steal. However, there is a catch. If you want to get your hands on some of this Goosebumps swag, you have to act fast as stock is limited. Relive every classic moment written by the Stephen King of Young Adult horror fiction, R.L. Stine.

One last thing before I return you to the wild, I have a confession to make. As a kid I didn’t read any of the “Goosebumps” books. I was a real wuss when the original books came out. I did, however, see the TV show as I grew out of my fear. By the time that happened, reading wise, I was already reading King and Koontz. So Young Adult horror just didn’t do anything for me. I did enjoy the show, and on a lesser extent, the Jack Black movie. I did however go back and read a few of the books I could find at the library as an adult. So I can objectively say that for children, at least, they are perfect horror books.

So adult residents of Elm Street, go get you some Goosebumps swag, and kids and young adults ask your librarian if they have any “Goosebumps” books. However, reader beware, you’re in for a scare…

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Fan of the Goosebumps franchise? Picking up some of this spooky swag? Let the other book buffs know what you think in the comment section below.