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Just when George and Harold thought they'd saved the world again - oh no! Here come the Robo-Boogers! Disgusting and dangerous hi-tech robots made of gloomy SNOT. It's lucky that our heroic Waistband Warrior Captain Underpants is standing by, with the power of underwear on his side and his hankie to hand! Just when George and Harold thought they'd saved the world again - oh no! Here come the Robo-Boogers! Disgusting and dangerous hi-tech robots made of gloomy SNOT. It's lucky that our heroic Waistband Warrior Captain Underpants is standing by, with the power of underwear on his side and his hankie to hand!


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Just when George and Harold thought they'd saved the world again - oh no! Here come the Robo-Boogers! Disgusting and dangerous hi-tech robots made of gloomy SNOT. It's lucky that our heroic Waistband Warrior Captain Underpants is standing by, with the power of underwear on his side and his hankie to hand! Just when George and Harold thought they'd saved the world again - oh no! Here come the Robo-Boogers! Disgusting and dangerous hi-tech robots made of gloomy SNOT. It's lucky that our heroic Waistband Warrior Captain Underpants is standing by, with the power of underwear on his side and his hankie to hand!

30 review for Captain Underpants and the Big Bad Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy, Part 2: Revenge of the Ridiculous Robo-Boogers

  1. 4 out of 5

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    Update: 17 March 2017 I've been meaning to update this for months. Original review has been deleted / changed from 1 to 5 stars / I'm an a-hole, etc. I took major issue with my (then) 6 year-old bringing the Captain Underpants books home from the school library. I couldn't understand why any public school would even have these books: the main characters are disrespectful little sh*ts who mock their teachers and classmates and get in trouble all the time. Oh, and half the words in the book being pu Update: 17 March 2017 I've been meaning to update this for months. Original review has been deleted / changed from 1 to 5 stars / I'm an a-hole, etc. I took major issue with my (then) 6 year-old bringing the Captain Underpants books home from the school library. I couldn't understand why any public school would even have these books: the main characters are disrespectful little sh*ts who mock their teachers and classmates and get in trouble all the time. Oh, and half the words in the book being purposely misspelled made me want to smash something. I may have said something in my original review about this being the kind of book that turns kids stupid. Well, whatever. I took my kid to a Dav Pilkey book signing, and, well, fine, I admit it, I was wrong. Pilkey himself was a complete class act, a total natural with the kids. He quizzed them on elements of the novels and gave out hand drawn posters to the winners. He also prepared an animated slideshow telling the story of his novel being rejected by publishers hundreds of times until someone finally accepted it -- it was a really sweet lesson of persevence for the kids. I also liked that he talked openly about having ADHD, and explaining that while the condition made him a sucky student, it also made him a great comic book author, which led him to creating Captain Underpants. He also said that he based the two main characters on himself as a gradeschooler, and like the characters in his books, he wasn't bad at all, but bored by traditional school and labeled an underachiever because of his ADHD. All of this is important stuff for kids today to hear. Oh, and Pilkey should be credited for covering these heavy topics in a way that kept the kids engaged, laughing, and happy. My kid and I somehow ended up ass-last in the book signing line, and an hour later when it was *finally* my kid's turn, Pilkey treated my son as if he were the first kid he'd seen all day. The guy talked to my 7 year old about writing books, answered his questions about the novels, and signed and drew a personalized picture in every single novel in the stack we'd brought to the table. Sigh. Like I said, I'm an a-hole. These books won't turn your kid stupid. Children recognize and laugh at the misspelled words, and correct them as they read. The main characters do and say things that young readers recognize as over the top or inappropriate, and they scold the characters as they crack up laughing. Anyway, the books are harmless, they bring a lot of joy to kids, and the author seems like a really nice person. Disregard my original review. And if you're reading, Dav, sorry about that.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Chung

    Okay guys....this is the seventh book in this series and the conclusion to Booger Boy. I have to say the only thing I really enjoyed out of this book was the Squishies lol. I have never done that and really want to in the future. Maybe on a day where I'm already going to be cleaning the bathroom teehee. Overall the first one was better. I did like that George and Harold got two new pets. They are cute. What happens at the end was a nice transition for the next book. They should have waited 2 whol Okay guys....this is the seventh book in this series and the conclusion to Booger Boy. I have to say the only thing I really enjoyed out of this book was the Squishies lol. I have never done that and really want to in the future. Maybe on a day where I'm already going to be cleaning the bathroom teehee. Overall the first one was better. I did like that George and Harold got two new pets. They are cute. What happens at the end was a nice transition for the next book. They should have waited 2 whole days for the cooldown!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Shaye Miller

    I don’t know how many books of this series I’ve read with my kids, nor how many times I’ve read each one. I believe it all started when I was teaching 1st and 2nd grades in Texas around 2000-2002. My students loved Captain Underpants and the stories got many reluctant readers to happily pick up a book. I later bought the series for my two first born kiddos (who are now 14 and 16 year olds) when they were much younger and our beat up copies have made the rounds, over the years. The books contain I don’t know how many books of this series I’ve read with my kids, nor how many times I’ve read each one. I believe it all started when I was teaching 1st and 2nd grades in Texas around 2000-2002. My students loved Captain Underpants and the stories got many reluctant readers to happily pick up a book. I later bought the series for my two first born kiddos (who are now 14 and 16 year olds) when they were much younger and our beat up copies have made the rounds, over the years. The books contain lots of toilet humor, but overall they are quite clever and include some high-level vocabulary for young readers. This month I’ve been reading these aloud with my 9-year-old and we’ve both laughed quite a bit!! For more children's literature, middle grade literature, and YA literature reviews, feel free to visit my personal blog at The Miller Memo!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Gideon

    this is part 2 of 3 robo boogers robots made by melvin sneedly. he wanted to be come the cool (hot is a nather way to say cool) boy in the school but when he used his convindatron 2000 he snesd at the last secont so he became a booger monster.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Yasmine Vargasmota

    THis book is funny and entertaining. I read this book and was entertained and finished it really fast.On my free time i would read this book.This book is about 2 boys who are bestfriends and do everything together. Make new friends together and fight crime together.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ken

    Funny and engaging, these books celebrate childhood creativity as George and Harold joyfully see their comic book creation come to life.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jeremiah Murphy

    I read this to my five year old daughter in two sittings. One short one and one long one. She loved it. I did do some mild censoring, mainly replacing the word "stupid" with silly. I cut out one "shut up." And started censoring "nerd" in the beginning of the book but by the end I gave up. Basically, I was trying to skip words and phrases I didn't want her to use. If she were around 8, I probably wouldn't have been as strict. This is the second chapter book I've read to my daughter. The borderline I read this to my five year old daughter in two sittings. One short one and one long one. She loved it. I did do some mild censoring, mainly replacing the word "stupid" with silly. I cut out one "shut up." And started censoring "nerd" in the beginning of the book but by the end I gave up. Basically, I was trying to skip words and phrases I didn't want her to use. If she were around 8, I probably wouldn't have been as strict. This is the second chapter book I've read to my daughter. The borderline potty humor and over the top silliness really did a good job of holding her attention. Personally, I couldn't follow what was going on, some of the phrasing was awkward to read aloud, and I was bothered by the lack of women characters but overall this was a positive reading experience for my five year old.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Alix R

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. In my opinion i think this series is awesome because it is so funny and has a lot of humor i highly recommend this book to everyone who likes series or should i say funny series this series is one i recommend because it is kind of a 3rd grade book but it has a 800 or 900 lexile it is a #1 rated book this book is awesome and i recommend it to everyone who desires reading

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kayla (onthefritz)

    The more this series goes on, the more ridiculous it gets and I love it. We have time travel, we have robot booger bad guys, we have a Freaky Friday thing where two characters switch bodies, we have all kinds of meta, and more breaking the fourth wall.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Celeste

    Meh.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dhaneesha

    Cool 😎 l like it

  12. 4 out of 5

    Zandy Urzua

    Captain Underpants and the big bad battle of the bionic booger boy by Dav Pilkey was a funny and a weird book. The main characters are George, Harold, Melvin, and don't forget Captain Underpants. My favorite character is Captain Underpants but when you read the book it's weird but you can figure it out when you read it. I think this book will make you laugh but when you get into it it gets weird. My favorite part is when Harold and george make a comic book about Melvin and they make him look si Captain Underpants and the big bad battle of the bionic booger boy by Dav Pilkey was a funny and a weird book. The main characters are George, Harold, Melvin, and don't forget Captain Underpants. My favorite character is Captain Underpants but when you read the book it's weird but you can figure it out when you read it. I think this book will make you laugh but when you get into it it gets weird. My favorite part is when Harold and george make a comic book about Melvin and they make him look silly. This is a book I will recommend to many people

  13. 5 out of 5

    Indeneri

    Point of view 8 year old boy: Side split tingly hilarious. Point of view parent: kept 8 year old boy busy and entertained (thus worth it's weight in gold). It took him a few days to read this, but as it was so funny he kept at it until he had finished. He even read some bits aloud to share with the rest of us because they were so good. Point of view 8 year old boy: Side split tingly hilarious. Point of view parent: kept 8 year old boy busy and entertained (thus worth it's weight in gold). It took him a few days to read this, but as it was so funny he kept at it until he had finished. He even read some bits aloud to share with the rest of us because they were so good.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)

    This is one of those series that you had started reading, but stopped reading after a long while. Now, finally trying to catch up. Another okay but has its moments I guess, type of read.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Christine

    If there is ever a part 2 of a bigger story, I would prefer to have it in one book. But in the case of Captain Underpants, it's okay with me to have this story in two separate books. Picking up where Part 1 left off, George and Harold are faced with the problem of having their nemesis Melvin Sneedly and their crabby principal Mr. Krupp having their brains switched (without giving spoilers away). Not only that, they must square off against the remnants of the Bionic Booger Boy, which are now call If there is ever a part 2 of a bigger story, I would prefer to have it in one book. But in the case of Captain Underpants, it's okay with me to have this story in two separate books. Picking up where Part 1 left off, George and Harold are faced with the problem of having their nemesis Melvin Sneedly and their crabby principal Mr. Krupp having their brains switched (without giving spoilers away). Not only that, they must square off against the remnants of the Bionic Booger Boy, which are now called the Robo Boogers, who are bent on destroying them. When it comes to a massive story that is in multiple parts, I feel like it should be brought together as one book instead of two personally for me. But in this case, we see the aftermath of Melvin's experimental incident when he became the Bionic Booger Boy in the last book as well as see a new take on what personalities that Melvin and Mr. Krupp got to experience. In terms of the potty humor and the disgustingness in this book, it is toned down a bit from what the last one gave us. And I really appreciated that it toned down all the disgusting crap of the last book and transitions into what the next few books give us in the theme of time travel. Or rather it is the first time in the series where time travel is explored to tell the bigger story (more on that when I reach the next few books). And then we have the same formula you can expect from these kind of stories with George and Harold playing with signs, Mr. Krupp being angry at them, the Flip-O-Rama, and so on. However, this time the Flip-O-Rama is done with a stupid dance instead of the usual graphic violence that is shown in each of the books. So if you want this to be read by your kids, go right ahead. You know what to do if you don't.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    So, this was the sequel to the last book. We left off with the three snot-robots terrorizing everyone. In steps Sulu, the mutant gerbil, who gobbles them up and spits them out to Uranus (joke intended). All is fine and dandy. Then we learn that Captain Underpants and Melvin have had their brains swapped. That causes much hilarity. I would have preferred if Pilkey had not renamed the characters at this point, but I suppose it might help younger readers. So, Melvin built a time machine, since that wa So, this was the sequel to the last book. We left off with the three snot-robots terrorizing everyone. In steps Sulu, the mutant gerbil, who gobbles them up and spits them out to Uranus (joke intended). All is fine and dandy. Then we learn that Captain Underpants and Melvin have had their brains swapped. That causes much hilarity. I would have preferred if Pilkey had not renamed the characters at this point, but I suppose it might help younger readers. So, Melvin built a time machine, since that was easier to do than a separator. The boys traveled back in time to get the pre-smashed combinator. The boys also had to write a comic book where Melvin was the hero and cast in good light. They did the opposite, which infuriated Melvin. So, the boys bring back the combinator and Captain Underpants and Melvin are back the way they should be. Meanwhile, a space crew went to explore Uranus. When they approached, the saw robots and toilets on the surface. Their spaceship was slimed with the alien robot boogers. The decided to return to Earth. Of course, they brought the aliens back with them. Melvin had set his machine that when he and Captain Underpants switched back, Melvin ended up with all the super powers. But Captain Underpants being a true superhero, took on the boogers without his powers. The boys, for their part, traveled back in time and got a pterodactyl so they could catch up with Melvin. They reset the machine, took the powers away from him, returned them to Captain Underpants, and the boogers were defeated. All is right with the world . . . save the pterodactyl was never returned. Uh, oh!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ian

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The thrilling, and suspending seventh book in the series had me jump up, and hope that the three heroes George, Harold, and Captain would survive! The story had the team of three come across the most disgusting enemies ever. They had to fight them because of a kid named Melvin had made a mistake, and created these three monstrosities for George, Harold, and Captain Underpants. However, Melvin took Captain Underpants's powers. Captain Underpants was now powerless. Melvin was trying to be the supe The thrilling, and suspending seventh book in the series had me jump up, and hope that the three heroes George, Harold, and Captain would survive! The story had the team of three come across the most disgusting enemies ever. They had to fight them because of a kid named Melvin had made a mistake, and created these three monstrosities for George, Harold, and Captain Underpants. However, Melvin took Captain Underpants's powers. Captain Underpants was now powerless. Melvin was trying to be the super hero now, but he made everyone hate him. The three evil, disgusting, and ridiculous booger robots had come back to attack an airport that so many innocent people were in. George, Harold, and Captain Underpants tried to save the people, but they couldn't do it without Captain Underpants's powers. Melvin didn't want to save the people because he was once again being a jerk. George, Harold, and Captain Underpants we're on there own. But, they didn't give up. With there team work they thought of an idea, and with there perseverance they defeated the three enemies, and saved all the people at the airport!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Utena

    Real Rating: 4.5 This book picks up where the last book has left off at. Captain Underpants sends the robo-boogers into space and everyone thinks it's over, right? Wrong. Melvin manages to have his brain changed with Mr. Krupps and decides that he wants Captain Underpant's power. So he sends back Harold and George into time. The two boys visit the past and then the way past. I don't want to give too much away with this book because there is a lot of things going on but you will come to appreciate Real Rating: 4.5 This book picks up where the last book has left off at. Captain Underpants sends the robo-boogers into space and everyone thinks it's over, right? Wrong. Melvin manages to have his brain changed with Mr. Krupps and decides that he wants Captain Underpant's power. So he sends back Harold and George into time. The two boys visit the past and then the way past. I don't want to give too much away with this book because there is a lot of things going on but you will come to appreciate the fact Melvin gets his in the end. I have come to really love this series and to actually think that it was the upcoming movie that pushed me in the direction of reading these books. There is toilet humor and much misspellings but don't let that deter you or your child from reading these books. Remember these books are being told from Harold and George's views (in a way or another). So pick up these books and read them with your child. You will not regret it!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Bannock

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Trailer: This book is about two young children that have to deal with their principal that they hypnotized. He now has super powers and they have to work together to solve the problems that they face in the book. One problem is how they have to go back in time just to get a tool but they can’t be seen by those people. Another is how at the end of the book they have to travel back in time to return a pterodactyl into the Cerazic period. Review: Overall this book is really good. It was funny, inter Trailer: This book is about two young children that have to deal with their principal that they hypnotized. He now has super powers and they have to work together to solve the problems that they face in the book. One problem is how they have to go back in time just to get a tool but they can’t be seen by those people. Another is how at the end of the book they have to travel back in time to return a pterodactyl into the Cerazic period. Review: Overall this book is really good. It was funny, interesting, and action packed. I would definitely recommend for younger people or people who just want to read something funny or stupid. This book also had a lot of details to pay attention to and characters that you would need to know. This book was easy to read but it was also confusing because of the made up words and phrases, such as Forgettchmacallit 200.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Gracie

    "I thought it was good because Trixie got shoes stolen in his mouth and oranges in his mouth and melted to the ground. In the book there was a guy who punched the thing. George an Harold made threw the stuff and Captain Underpants threw the oranges and they threw the shoes. So Harold and George went on the bottom and George went on the top and they put on the librarians coat and the dad was so surprised and it wasn't even Melvin Sneedly. Melvin Sneedly had Captain Underpants' brain and Mr. Krupp "I thought it was good because Trixie got shoes stolen in his mouth and oranges in his mouth and melted to the ground. In the book there was a guy who punched the thing. George an Harold made threw the stuff and Captain Underpants threw the oranges and they threw the shoes. So Harold and George went on the bottom and George went on the top and they put on the librarians coat and the dad was so surprised and it wasn't even Melvin Sneedly. Melvin Sneedly had Captain Underpants' brain and Mr. Krupp had Melvin Sneedly's brain; it's so funny."

  21. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    More silly fun with George, Harold, robotic boogers, absurdly named inventions and a pterodactyl. Once again, the end is a set-up for the next book so Pilkey is clearly in "series mode" at this point. (The actual plot for this book resolves in the second or third last chapter, so it's not another cliff-hanger per se. Just an extra chapter linking this book to the next.) Reading the series to my five year old. The seven year old reads them himself and claims Dav Pilkey as his favourite author. More silly fun with George, Harold, robotic boogers, absurdly named inventions and a pterodactyl. Once again, the end is a set-up for the next book so Pilkey is clearly in "series mode" at this point. (The actual plot for this book resolves in the second or third last chapter, so it's not another cliff-hanger per se. Just an extra chapter linking this book to the next.) Reading the series to my five year old. The seven year old reads them himself and claims Dav Pilkey as his favourite author.

  22. 4 out of 5

    McKenzie Richardson

    If Part 1 of The Big Bad Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy was the grossest book in the series, this one is by far the most ridiculous. It's got everything from time travel and body switching to a catchy dance craze. And it's great. Very funny and silly just like the other Captain Underpants books. It ties up the plot from Part 1 nicely while also setting up the next book. For more reviews, check out my blog : Craft-Cycle If Part 1 of The Big Bad Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy was the grossest book in the series, this one is by far the most ridiculous. It's got everything from time travel and body switching to a catchy dance craze. And it's great. Very funny and silly just like the other Captain Underpants books. It ties up the plot from Part 1 nicely while also setting up the next book. For more reviews, check out my blog : Craft-Cycle

  23. 4 out of 5

    Adriana

    My kid loves these and for good reason! They appeal to every poopie home he's ever imagined and then some. As for me, I think they're a pretty fun series. The illustrations are engaging and I love the flip book inserts and variety of mini activities and framework stories in each book. It's just not my taste. So if my kid were reviewing he'd give it 100 stars. I think they're a spot of fun popcorn reading. One doesn't read Captain Underpants of they're in search of Tolstoy, ya know? My kid loves these and for good reason! They appeal to every poopie home he's ever imagined and then some. As for me, I think they're a pretty fun series. The illustrations are engaging and I love the flip book inserts and variety of mini activities and framework stories in each book. It's just not my taste. So if my kid were reviewing he'd give it 100 stars. I think they're a spot of fun popcorn reading. One doesn't read Captain Underpants of they're in search of Tolstoy, ya know?

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Clark

    I absolutely love the sarcasm, 4th wall breaks and word play. Ms. Ribble, Miss. Anthrope, Miss. Singerbrains. This was not as gross out as the last book either. The art is simple and silly, perfect for this story. I love how Dav reacts to his books being baned by showing the school libary as empty, and the posters he drew for that scene were great. We all need some silliness and underpants. Tra La Laaaaaaa!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Josh

    Thanks to this Captain Underpants book, I had to explain to my 7 year old and my 5 year old what a BM is. We all laughed uproariously at the skater dudes, smirked at the Underpants Dance, and chuckled at the transformation of a porta-potty into a time machine. So what’s not to like? My only real quibble is that, while these books become increasingly inventive, they also become more and more complicated, which isn’t always a strength. But none of us minded too much. Great, silly fun abounds.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gabriel Nasser

    This story is about 2 kids one called Berto and the other one George. They hypnotized his professor at school and called him Captain Underpants. But a friend of them call Gustavo was a nerd but once one of his invents went wrong 1 monster and 2 bigs snots invaded earth so they start to run and run then a rabbit called Hamster open his mouth so BIG and eat the 3 monsters and then spit them so they left earth flying they believed it was over but the war was not.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Tiina

    The rating is again a compromise between the opinions of 6-year old and me. We have now read quite many of these, and this was my least favourite Captain Underpants so far (even though I did enjoy the bit how the defeat of Robo-Boogers was tied to the beginning of the Part 1). The flip-o-rama was missing the violence, so the sound effects were not as fancy as they have been earlier. But son likes these, and we are waiting to get a couple books more from the library.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ellon

    Another great book in the series. I especially liked the library that has no books because they have all been banned (which is super meaningful since Captain Underpants is banned all the time). The BM joke was super funny to me because I know that kids won’t get it but adults will. I like how Pilkey puts those little things in (like Disney movies)

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    I think this book was disgusting because it had monsters that were made of boogers. I enjoyed this book because I like comic books. I also enjoyed this book because I like captain underpants books. I also enjoyed this book because I liked the part when captain underpants defeated the disgusting monsters that were made of boogers.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kristy K

    2.5 Stars Reading this with my friend's daughter and while at first I found it amusing, I am now annoyed. Definitely made for kids lol. I do have to say that I don't like the way Pilkey stereotypes the smart kid (Melvin) in this series. I wish we could show kids that being intelligent and liking school isn't a bad thing. 2.5 Stars Reading this with my friend's daughter and while at first I found it amusing, I am now annoyed. Definitely made for kids lol. I do have to say that I don't like the way Pilkey stereotypes the smart kid (Melvin) in this series. I wish we could show kids that being intelligent and liking school isn't a bad thing.

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