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Mr. Midnight #1 : Madman's Mansion by James Lee1
Mr. Midnight #2 : The Case of the Cursed Clock by James Lee2
Mr. Midnight #3 : Scary School Bus to Nowhere by James Lee3
Mr Midnight #4: My Creepy Computer by James Lee4
Mr Midnight # 5: Happy Birthday Horrors by James Lee5
Our Radio Won't Turn Off! (Mr. Midnight, #6) by James Lee6
Don't Get Off At The 13th Floor! (Mr. Midnight, #7) by James Lee7
The Demon Dentist (Mr. Midnight, #8) by James Lee8
My Handphone Is Haunted! (Mr. Midnight, #9) by James Lee9
Who Else Is Living In Our House? (Mr. Midnight, #10) by James Lee10
Don't Laugh At a Killer Clown! (Mr. Midnight, #11) by James Lee11
Mr Midnight 12 - The Carnival of Horrors by James Lee12
Mr Midnight #13: My Invisible Friend by James Lee13
Mr Midnight #14: The Fiendish Fish Spirit by James Lee14
Mr Midnight #15: My Friend's Now A Mummy! by James Lee15
Mr Midnight #16: My Class Vampire by James Lee16
Mr Midnight #17: All My Friends Have Vanished! by James Lee17
Mr Midnight #18: The Super Scary Supermarket by James Lee18
Mr Midnight #19: Flying Tiger Fist of Shaolin by James Lee19
Mr Midnight #20: We Made A Monster by James Lee20
Mr Midnight #21: Don't Go Near The Neighbors by James Lee21
Mr Midnight #22: Wormhead by James Lee22
Mr Midnight 23 - Good Knight, Raider Goh by James Lee23
Mr Midnight #24: The Eight Legs Of Ang See Beng by James Lee24
Mr Midnight #25: The Wild, Wild Wolves Are Coming by James Lee25
Mr Midnight #26: My Cursed Mask by James Lee26
Mr Midnight #27: Please Stay In Your Grave! by James Lee27
Mr Midnight #28: The People Gobblers by James Lee28
Mr Midnight 29 - My Creepy Cruise by James Lee29
Mr Midnight #30: Attack Of The Lizardmen by James Lee30
Mr Midnight 31 - Stop The Deadly Dummies! by James Lee31
Mr Midnight #32: When The Ghosts Went Mad by James Lee32
Mr Midnight SE3 : Trick or treat - or die by James Lee66

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