By Philip Schweier
Dec 13, 2017 - 9:40
It all happens against the backdrop of an investigation into one of the remote labs of the Dinkly family. Since it was her family that created the nano-virus that’s destroyed much of humanity, Velma’s determined to discover a cure. The computers at a remote location in Wisconsin may hold the key – assuming the facility hasn’t been compromised by the monsters.
I’m enjoying Scooby Apocalypse more than I expected to. At first I took it a simple variation on the old franchise. But I can see that it has much more meat on its bones than I gave it credit for. I haven’t watched Riverdale, but the analogy may be the same.
The issue also features a new chapter in more-realistic Secret Squirrel back-up feature. This installment is illustrated by Howard Chaykin, whose work I adore. The concept may be too similar to the Ruff & Reddy title he’s currently writing, but in both instances, they work.