Captain Underpants and the Sensational Saga of Sir Stinks-A-Lot (Captain Underpants #12) by Dav Pilkey

Captain Underpants and the Sensational Saga of Sir Stinks-A-Lot (Captain Underpants #12)

George and Harold, and their doubles, Yesterday George and Yesterday Harold, have a good thing going. Two of them go to school, while the other two hide in the tree house and play video games all day -- then they switch! But when their malicious gym teacher, Mr. Meaner, creates a method of mind control that turns their fellow students into attentive, obedient, perfect children, the future of all humanity will be in their hands!

Details Captain Underpants and the Sensational Saga of Sir Stinks-A-Lot (Captain Underpants #12)

TitleCaptain Underpants and the Sensational Saga of Sir Stinks-A-Lot (Captain Underpants #12)
Release DateAug 25th, 2015
PublisherScholastic Inc.
GenreHumor, Childrens, Middle Grade, Fiction, Comics, Superheroes, Sequential Art, Graphic Novels

Reviews Captain Underpants and the Sensational Saga of Sir Stinks-A-Lot (Captain Underpants #12)

  • Taco Stocco
    Wow.... The end of an era (perhaps?). Captain Underpants has always had a very special place in my heart. I think Pilkey has crafted very amazing books, especially in helping young boys to learn to read (like myself). It is amazing reading these books as adults, there is so much hidden in there that, much like other "children" media such as Pixar movies, they are actually for "all ages". I think that while this is not the most amazing or fun Capt...
  • Rachel
    My boys LOVE the Captain Underpants series and have read all the books but this is the first one I've read. I was actually pleasantly surprised. It wasn't nearly as gross as a thought it would be and had some adult humor thrown in that would probably go over most kids heads. For instance, one of the teachers is named Miss Anthrope. There were also some big words (e.g. megalomaniac) that can build up kids' vocabularies. Lastly, I loved that there ...
  • Nicola Mansfield
    And that's the end of Captain Underpants! It's been a long hilarious, successful journey that has come to a close with little fanfare. I can't say I found this volume as delightful as the usual outings. The silly toilet humour has been pared down and Pilkey sadly sinks to political correctness but it was still a wacky wild ride that tied up the Underpants story while at the same time leaving Harold and George wide open for further adventures ... ...
  • Edward Sullivan
    Harold is quietly outed.
  • Clare
    I can't believe this is the last one in the series! Surely not?! My boys have loved all of these, and I have to admit that I was the driving force behind choosing them as bedtime stories. There is something for everyone in these stories. I have heard that there are certain districts (?) in the U.S. That have banned these books, which I find utterly bizarre and rather sad. It's hardly graphic violence or pornography, and one can always chose not t...
  • Stacey
    These were so good early on...this one was horrible! My rating is one star but Finian would probably give it five! ;-)
  • Josh Blatt
    This book was about Harold and George and their quest to take down Mr. Meaner. Mr. Meaner had created a spray that would turn kid to all be good and obedient. George and Harold probably being the reason because they were the biggest pranksters and Mr. Meaner hated it. MR. Meaner had first tried it on George and Harold's Clones, Old George and Old Harold. They noticed it when they got home to the tree-house and Old Harold and Old George had brough...
  • Alex
    veary funny book lots of action