When Bane kidnaps Ra’s al Ghul, only one detective can help the assassin’s daughter, Talia, track him down. But it’s not Batman or guest-star Huntress. It’s…Velma? Mystery Inc. joins the chase in a globe-spanning adventure!
It’s a beautiful day at Sunshine Citrus Grove, and the gang can’t wait to snack on the delicious fruit that is ripe for the picking! That is, until the appearance of the ghost of Johnny Appleseed threatens to close down the orchard for good. Can Mystery Inc. find a way to trap the ghost before it’s too late?
DC’s all-ages comic book library expands with Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries. The new series of original team-up stories launches with digital chapters on Saturday, March 27! Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries teams the Dark Knight with Scooby-Doo and the sleuths of Mystery, Inc. (Shaggy, Velma, Daphne and Fred) for a series of 24 digital chapters—to be collected in 12 print issues available at your Local Comic Shop, fitting the Saturday-morning cartoon position in your family-friendly weekend entertainment.
In the kick-off story by Ivan Cohen and Dario Brizuela—an adventure when Batman discovers his original purple gloves have gone missing—Velma, Shaggy, and Scooby-Doo travel back in time to Batman’s Year One era to solve the case! Will this time-traveling heist have a happy ending? Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries #1, “Glove Story,” begins with the first of two DC Digital First chapters on March 27 followed by a print issue collecting the same story on April 13.
And to continue the Scooby-Doo team-up tradition established in over a hundred chapters of Scooby-Doo Team-Up, in the second big Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries story writer Sholly Fisch and artist Randy Elliott have Scooby-Doo and Batman team up to solve the mystery of a ghost…who’s haunting the Batcave! Even if the ghost turns out to be a fake, that still doesn’t solve the real mystery: How did someone get into the Batcave to stage the phony phantom—and does that mean Batman’s enemies have cracked the secret of his true identity?! Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries #2, “Going Bats,” arrives in print on May 11 after digital chapters beginning on April 24.
It’s Friday night, and Scooby and the gang are ready for some bowling at their favorite hangout! When the Skulldugger’s rampage clears the alley, Mystery Inc. stays behind to investigate. Can the gang flush out the culprit in time to spare the house? Or will it be game over for Coolsville Bowling Alley?
(W) Derek Fridolfs, Paul Kupperberg (A) Randy Elliott, Fabio Laguna (CA) Derek Fridolfs In Shops: Dec 18, 2019 SRP: $2.99
A wailing banshee is scaring all of the dogs out of a neighborhood dog park. Its high-pitched pealing has both canines and humans on the run. If Scooby and the gang don’t scoop up this menace soon, the park may just shut down, leaving all the pups parkless and with no place to go.
Paramount Players, a division of Paramount Pictures, has acquired the film rights to adapt the acclaimed graphic novel Planet of the Nerds written by Paul Constant and illustrated by Alan Robinson, Randy Elliott and colorist Felipe Sobreiro. In Planet of the Nerds, three high school jocks in the 1980s are accidentally frozen by an experimental cryogenics device, only to be revived almost 40 years later. They awake in today’s computer-driven, superhero movie-loving world— in an era ruled by nerds.
Planet of the Nerds is on sale in comic shops now and will be available at bookstores on Tuesday, October 29 from AHOY Comics, featuring a cover by David Nakayama and an introduction by Jeopardy! champion Ken Jennings.
The deal was brokered by Angela Cheng Caplan of Cheng Caplan Company, Inc.
(W) Sholly Fisch (A/CA) Randy Elliott In Shops: Oct 16, 2019 SRP: $2.99
When a spectral steer suddenly appears in Farmer Dave’s fields and causes his cattle to stampede, the poor farmer doesn’t know what to do. Luckily for him, the Mystery Gang is ready to dig into this mystery and help set the farm to rights. Can they take this haunted heifer out to pasture, or will the udder horror be too much?
Out this Wednesday, May 15th, is AHOY Comics‘ Planet of the Nerds #2 with a main story by Paul Constant, artist Alan Robinson, colorist Felipe Sobreiro, and letterer Rob Steen.
After the thawed-out 1980s jocks start a riot at a comic convention, they learn to their horror that everyone in 2019 uses computers like a bunch of poindexters.
But, AHOY Comics is packed with entertainment and we have an exclusive preview of the back-up story “Drew Johnson – Testing Week” by writer Paul Constant, artist Randy Elliott, colorist Felipe Sobreiro, and letterer Rob Steen.
This back-up story features Dragonflyman and Stinger, the stars of the breakout AHOY Comics series The Wrong Earth which you can get in trade in comic shops and book stores now.
Check out the exclusive preview of some of what you’ll find in Planet of the Nerds #2 below.
(W) Derek Fridolfs (A) Randy Elliott (CA) Derek Fridolfs In Shops: Apr 17, 2019 SRP: $2.99
When the Mad Scot invades a local festival, it’ll take more than a noisy pipe and drum band to scare it away. The Mystery Inc. gang will search all highland and lowland to capture him. Lang may your lum reek, Scooby-Doo-you’re a long time dead!
Story: Paul Constant Cover: David Nakayama Art: Alan Robinson Colorist: Felipe Sobreiro Extras: Randy Elliott
Three high school jocks in the 1980s are accidentally frozen by an experimental cryogenics device, only to be revived in the computer-driven, superhero movie-loving world of 2019–an era ruled by nerds! PLUS! A backup series explores the characters’ origins. EXTRA! Prose and pictures by the finest talents in and out of comics.