Sent to me by someone probably cooler than you, this tiny book is only a few inches
across, but would have easily made up for that $1.49 in its sheer monstrosity. There are
six pages of stickers inside, and they're generally way too cool to peel off and use. I'll be
keeping my monster stickers in collectible mint quality, thank you. Let's take a look!
Page one is a nice introduction what we're in store for. I'm not sure why there's a
perfectly ordinary blue-green tiger in the corner, but I love the big-eyed plant. The
eye-stalked mouth guys are also pretty cool, and then there's that freaky weird face on
the right with the tentacle beard...that guy is up to no good.
Page two is mostly heads, but some are heads with appendages. The big-tongued,
frog-legged guy is my favorite here. The watermelon dog is also cute, if baffling.
Page three is probably my least favorite, though that just goes to show how great these
are, since I'd have probably bought this page all by itself if I never saw the others.
While the duck/moose hybrids on attempt to dominate page four, I'm more impressed
by the thing in the bottom right. Why is it covered with numbers? Is it wearing multiple
pairs of pants? I love is creepy eyes and teeth!
Here we have a page of PURE AWESOME. This alone would have been worth the
whole book to me. The bug guy in the top left, the hand and mouth creatures, the
screaming hose-face, the grotesque old-man monster, the pug-nosed thing beneath
him, the wacky worms along the bottom and that utterly surreal thing on the left are all
mesmerizing. There is virtually nothing boring on this page. It's also the only page to
give you nametags for your twisted sticker creations!
Things could have easily ended with page five, but they saw fit to give us one last
hurrah...not among the more exciting batches, but it does feature what is either a
Spongebob reference or a cheese monster. Let's go with cheese monster.