is revealed in this issue, such as the mystery behind Scrappy Doo’s master, as
well as the problem with Velma. Sure, she can be a condescending intellectual,
but in recent issues it’s gone way beyond that. She’s had her hands full, with
managing the refuge in the Albany mall, and only incompetent boobs to help.
Let’s face it, even the monsters outside didn’t want these knuckleheads.
confrontation with Fred continues, but he’s not nearly as benign as he may have
led us to believe. However it has happened that he isn’t dead, he seems to have
an agenda of his own, separate from the creatures that have turned the outside
world into a living hell.
found intellect sits well with him, but Cliffy – the Cousin Oliver of this
Scooby Doo series – isn’t so sure. He’d like the original Scooby back.
It’s the one he knows, the one he’s comfortable with. Because as every child
must learn, life is full of change, and sometimes, the people we know go away
in one manner or another, never to return. Cliffy’s having a hard time processing
the reveals in this issue, but the last one left me a bit disappointed. It’s as
if the series has circled back to an earlier scenario, one I’d hoped we’d left
behind. Maybe it will turn out differently this time around; it very easily
could. But for now, it seems too much like a rehash.