Review: Scooby-Doo Team-Up #37
By Philip Schweier
Apr 27, 2018 - 16:02
Writer(s): Sholly Fisch
Artist(s): Dario Brizuela
Colourist(s): Franco Riesco
Letterer(s): Saida Temofonte
Cover Artist(s): Dario Brizuela, Franco Riesco
But since Mystery Inc, has Scooby, it seems only fair that Supergirl be joined by her pet cat Streaky, also endowed with super-powers, and it becomes as much a team up of Scooby and Streaky as it is for the humans of the group. However, in classic team-up style, the dog and cat must fight first, then unite against a common foe.
I’ve never really considered myself a Scooby fan, but recently while flipping through channels I stumbled across one of the old Saturday morning episodes. I didn’t just pause in my surfing, I stopped and enjoyed the episode. I guess it’s safe to say Sholly Fisch has accurately tapped the vein that made Scooby Doo a hit back in ’69.
I find this series to be a fun read, and it’s not often it disappoints. Of course, my expectations are not terribly high. I consider it the comic book equivalent of watching some of the classic cartoons of my youth, and I more than okay with that.