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Dracula vs. Grampa at the Monster Truck Spectacular (Wiley and Grampa's Creature Features, No. 1) by Kirk Scroggs1
Grampa's Zombie BBQ (Wiley and Grampa's Creature Features, No. 2) by Kirk Scroggs2
Monster Fish Frenzy (Wiley and Grampa's Creature Features, No. 3) by Kirk Scroggs3
Super Soccer Freak Show (Wiley and Grampa's Creature Features, No. 4) by Kirk Scroggs4
Bigfoot Backpacking Bonanza (Wiley and Grampa's Creature Features, No. 5) by Kirk Scroggs5
Hair Ball from Outer Space (Wiley and Grampa's Creature Features, No. 6) by Kirk Scroggs6
Wiley & Grampa #7: Night of the Living Eggnog (Wiley and Grampa) by Kirk Scroggs7
Wiley & Grampa #8: Phantom of the Waterpark (Wiley & Grampa's Creature Features) by Kirk Scroggs8
Wiley & Grampa #9: Curse of the Kitty Litter (Wiley & Grampa's Creature Features) by Kirk Scroggs9

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