My Pet Monster by Sean Hartter

Sure you had a Pet Monster when you were a kid and he was soft and reassuring. Now though, you are an adult and you need a pet monster that you can really depend on to protect you from adult dangers. You best keep him chained, this Pet Monster is guaranteed to get into trouble when freed.

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4 thoughts on “My Pet Monster by Sean Hartter

  1. That looks like the short-nosed re-release version. The artwork is still nice, but he’s taking a hit to his geek cred on this one.

  2. Sort of looks like a hybrid of the 2001 edition (which was cuddlier) with the some of the rougher look around the nose and mouth of the earlier Pet Monster.

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