"Goosebumps" creator R.L. Stine speaks on a panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
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"Goosebumps" creator R.L. Stine got a surprise during his first trip to San Diego Comic-Con.Stine received the honor before appearing at a Comic-Con panel in which he told stories from throughout his career. He said he was initially reluctant to write scary stories for young readers, but once he came up with the name "Goosebumps," he decided to give it a try.Stine also announced that a new line of "Goosebumps" comic books is in the works, and that he's making his first foray into comics with a Marvel series called "Man Thing".A sequel to the "Goosebumps" movie is also underway, Stine said, and Fox plans to adapt his "Fear Street" books into a series of films.Responding to audience questions, Stine revealed that his favorite scary movie is "Evil Dead 2" and his favorite Stephen King books are "Misery" and "Pet Sematary".
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