By Philip Schweier
Feb 20, 2019 - 8:12
There’s a four-page interlude in which a displaced ghost tries to haunt the Mystery Machine. It’s a playful, juvenile story, suggesting it might be the winning entry in a kids’ contest. Some of the writing is awkward, and not what I would expect from a more seasoned writer.
The third entry is entitled, “UFO-No,” as the gang crashes a concert to solve the mystery of a jewel theft. It’s a cliché-ridden entry only a pre-teen could relate to, and some of the character designs seem a bit off-model. But I don’t mind that. I think the Scooby gang could use a bit of an update.
Three simple entries, all in color for slightly more than a dime. But while the rest of DC is focused on the upcoming 1,000th issue of Detective Comics, leaves us not ignore Scooby-Doo, which is a few issues away from hitting the 100 mark. And is celebrating his 50th anniversary as well.