It’s Creature Feature Friday at the town drive-in and Mystery Inc. can’t wait to watch their favorite silver screen screamer. But when the amphibious “Ghoulie from the Green Lagoon” monster steps off the screen and onto the lot, the movie becomes a bit too real. The gang will have to uncover the mystery before the drive-in closes for good!
After the Mystery Machine gets into a fender bender while chasing a phantom race car, the gang winds up in traffic school while their van is in the shop-only to come face-to-face with a mummy that is trying to scare this class into cancellation! Can the gang solve both mysteries before they are wrecked for good?
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?
Fred’s skills are well-known around town for creating many of the traps used to capture monsters. When he is invited to test out the new Coolsville Escape Room complex, the gang tags along to help out. But can Fred and his friends now escape being trapped by a creepy chimera haunting the halls? Or will it be game over for Mystery Inc.?
Talk of mysterious curses and lost treasure is pretty common out on the moors, but when a terrifying howling begins to haunt the night, Scooby and the gang are called upon to investigate. Finding themselves trapped in Wilson Gottrich III’s mansion with his strange guests, the gang will need their combined sleuthing skills to uncover the mystery before it’s too late to escape from the Hound of the Moors…
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?
Usually, when an artist is readying an exhibit for the public, the biggest fear is a critic’s review. That would still be the case…if a ghostly visitor hadn’t begun to haunt the Museum of Holographic Art’s newest exhibit! Can Scooby and the gang use their renowned sleuthing skills to see through the ghost’s plans before the museum is forced to shut down for good?
You might think the biggest dangers of going online are spam, scams, and celebrity news. But not when a mythological monster shows up to threaten the star of a popular internet vlog IRL (in real life)! Scooby and the gang will need all of their investigative skills–and awfully thick skins-to survive the nasty barbs of…the Internet Troll!
Written by: Scott Cunningham, John Rozum, Sholly Fisch Art by: Scott Jeralds
Usually, when skateboarders talk about a “gremlin,” they mean a skateboarding newbie. But not when the death-defying extreme sports of the Z-Games are sabotaged by a gremlin that seems all too real! Who’s really behind the boarding bogeyman? To solve the mystery, Scooby and the gang will have to trade in the Mystery Machine for kickflipping, nosegrinding skateboards of their own. Can their sick tricks help the gang unmask the gremlin…before Scooby and Shaggy wipe out once and for all?
DC is making over 250 Scooby-Doo single issue and trade paperback comics available for fans for free to read in time for the release of the Warner Bros.’ fully animated, full-length action-adventure SCOOB! available on Premium Video on Demand and Premium Digital Ownership starting May 15. Starring Scooby-Doo and his friends, the issues include children-friendly selections that families can read together while staying home.
Available now through the end of Summer, fans can read free digital copies of Scooby-Doo, Scooby-Doo Team-Up, and Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?, to catch up on the antics of Scooby-Doo and his meddling friends at Mystery, Inc. Free Scooby-Doo comics will be available on DC Universe and from participating digital retailers, including ReadDC.com, Comixology, Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, and more, until September 7, 2020.
Scooby-Doo Comics Available for Free on DC UNIVERSE and Digital Retailers Starting on May 15:
SCOOBY-DOO (1997-2010) Issues 33-84
Shaggy, Scooby, Fred, Daphne, and Velma are back, ready to solve strange cases, unmask dastardly villains, and, in Shaggy and Scooby’s case, find as many reasons as possible to chow down on some food and get a taste of some Scooby Snacks!
SCOOBY-DOO TEAM-UP (2013-) Issues 1-99 & Vol. 1-6
Scooby and the gang face new adventures when they work together and with new DC friends along the way. The team-up for justice is always exciting.
SCOOBY-DOO, WHERE ARE YOU? (2010-) Issues 40-103
A monster in the mirror? A ghoul in a school? Scooby and his friends will solve the mystery and catch the creepy crooks-who would have gotten away with it, if not for those meddling kids.