It’s Spooky Season and to celebrate we have a perfect pumpkin decorating activity for you!
To celebrate the release of DreamWorks The Spooky Tale of Captain Underpants: Hack-A-Ween on Netflix get your pumpkins ready!
When Melvin tries to cancel out Halloween, Harold and George decide to create their own spooky holiday and it’s a huge success!
Tra-La-Laaaaaaa! It’s time to make your very own Captain Underpants pumpkin! Perfect for Halloween! THE SPOOKY TALE OF CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS: HACK-A-WEEN is on Netflix right now!
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About Captain Underpants
Captain Underpants is an illustrated children’s novel series by American author and illustrator Dav Pilkey. The series revolves around two fourth-graders, George and Harold , living in Piqua, Ohio, and Captain Underpants, an aptly named superhero from one of the boys’ homemade comic books, who accidentally becomes real when George and Harold hypnotize their ill-tempered principal, Mr. Krupp.
George and Harold are best friends who’ve bonded through their love of pranking, comic books, and being the thorns in Principal Krupp’s side. They constantly get mixed up in adventures crazier than their comic books, which is when they call on their greatest creation: Captain Underpants!
Captain Underpants is the alter ego of Mr. Krupp. He only wears white briefs and a red cape with black polka dots. Whenever Mr. Krupp hears the sound of fingers snapping, he turns into Captain Underpants, and he turns back into Mr. Krupp when he is soaked with water. Captain Underpants is considered to be the “light side” of Mr. Krupp himself, as he is nice and kind to everyone, especially children. He is very protective of children, especially George and Harold.
As of early 2019, the series includes 12 books and 10 spin-offs. The series had been translated into over 30 languages, with more than 80 million books sold worldwide. DreamWorks Animation acquired rights to the series to make an animated feature film adaptation, which was released on June 2, 2017 to positive reviews.
DreamWorks Animation produced a television series based on the film that was streamed to Netflix.