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Watch the Disney+ Goosebumps panel from New York Comic Con 2023

R.L. Stine's legendary tales of terror came to Disney+, after they made a stop at New York Comic Con. Watch the panel here, presented by DoorDash.

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This year, Disney+ brought Goosebumps to New York Comic Con 2023 to make attendees' Halloweens that much better. The series, based on the generation-defining R.L. Stine books, is on the streaming platform now, but you can get an exclusive look at the show by being here on Popverse.

Yes, we filmed the NYCC 2023 Goosebumps panel from Disney+ - as part of all of the Main Stage panels presented by DoorDash.

Popverse filmed many other panels at New York Comic Con 2023, which you can watch afterwards on-demand by becoming a paid Popverse member or a NYCC 2023 digital ticket holder. Popverse and NYCC will be filming the entire panel, although the companies hosting the panels might be blacking out some footage they air from being recorded.

Watch the Disney+ Goosebumps panel from the Main Stage of New York Comic Con 2023:

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Get fully immersed in New York Comic Con 2023 with Popverse's wall-to-wall coverage of the four-day event. Here is a NYCC 2023 guide - including a list of panel livestreams, panel VODs, interviews, articles, and more.

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Grant DeArmitt

Grant DeArmitt: Grant DeArmitt (he/him) likes horror, comics, and the unholy pairing of the two. As Povperse's Staff Writer, he criss-crosses the pop culture landscape bringing you the news and opinions about the big things (and the next big things). He has written for Nightmare on Film Street and Newsarama, despite their better judgment. He lives in Brooklyn with his partner, Kelsey, and corgi, Legs.


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