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Preview: The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries #7

The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries #7

Written by: Sholly Fisch
Art by: Dario Brizuela

Alfred’s old friend from butler school is in town, and he’s brought along his charges: Daphne and Scooby-Doo! When Scooby and his pal Ace are dog-napped, the humans will have to rescue them without giving away any family secrets. That might be harder than finding the pets!

The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries #7

DC Comics Introduces Young Readers to Super Heroes with My First Comic

DC is inviting young readers into the world of super-hero storytelling with My First Comic, a program debuting in 500 participating Walmart stores across North America and on Walmart.com.

My First Comic is an ideal way to exercise the imaginations as well as the reading and learning skills of readers ages six through nine. Each 48-page two-in-one “flipbook” features stories spotlighting DC characters, plus activity pages containing mazes, puzzles, matching games, and more. 

My First Comic – Batman is the debut title in the line, featuring classic stories from DC’s Batman Adventures series. “No Asylum” is written by Ty Templeton with art by Rick Burchett, Terry Beatty, and Lee Loughridge. “Who Am I” is written by Dan Slott, with art by Templeton, Beatty, and Loughridge. The issue also includes “Fowl Play,” by Beatty and Templeton, with colors by Zylonol, and “Free Man,” written by Templeton, with art by Burchett, Beatty, and Loughridge

Basketball champion and global icon LeBron James and the characters of Warner Bros. Looney Tunes take center stage in My First Comic – Space Jam: A New Legacy. This 48-page flipbook features three original stories, beginning with Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck donning the costumes of Batman and Superman for their own super-hero showdown in “Bat-Bunny vs. Superduck,” by writer Sholly Fisch, with art by Phillip Murphy and Carrie Strachan. The book also spotlights the high-speed hijinks of Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner in “Welcome Home,” written by Derek Fridolfs, with art by Robert Pope, Scott McRae, and Mohan Sivakami

On the flip side, Derek Fridolfs, Robert Pope, Scott McRae, and Silvana Brys pit Bugs Bunny against Marvin the Martian (with a little help from Space Jam: A New Legacy’s Al G. Rhythm) in “Spaced Out,” followed by a preview of the Space Jam: A New Legacy original graphic novel, available now at Walmart, as well as at participating comic book retailers, book stores, and digital platforms.

The DC website includes a map of all participating Walmart stores in the U.S.

Preview: The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries #4

The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries #4

Written by: Sholly Fisch
Art by: Dario Brizuela

One or two monster masks might just mean there’s a smuggler or crooked real estate developer in town. But when Gotham City is terrorized by an army of thugs in monster masks, it can only mean one thing: a citywide crime spree by Black Mask and his gang, the False Face Society! With Batman mysteriously missing, and Nightwing and Batgirl up against a horde of crooked creatures, it’s lucky that the heroes have help from Scooby and the gang. After all, who has more experience in pulling the masks off bad guys?

The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries #4

Preview: Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #110

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #110

Written by: Sholly Fisch
Art by: Randy Elliott

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?

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #110

Preview: Looney Tunes #259

Looney Tunes #259

Written by: Sholly Fisch
Art by: Walter Carzon

Slightly used cockatoos? Freeze-dried pants? Whatever you want (or even don’t want), Acme’s relentless door-to-door salesman, Daffy Duck, has it…and he won’t get out of your living room until you buy a dozen. Not even if you’re Marvin the Martian and your living room is orbiting the Earth in a flying saucer. How can Marvin get on with his invasion plans when neither ray guns nor an instant alien army (just add water) can put the brakes on Daffy’s nonstop hard sell? If Marvin can’t find any other way out, he might even have to resort to (gasp!) buying something!

Looney Tunes #259

Preview: Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #108

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #108

Written by: Sholly Fisch
Art by: Walter Carzon

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…

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #108

Ruh-Roh Raggy, it’s Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries!

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 27Batman & 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.

Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries

Preview: DC’s Very Merry Multiverse #1

DC’s Very Merry Multiverse #1

Written by: Paul Scheer, Derek Fridolfs, Sholly Fisch, Ivan Cohen, Tom King, Thomas E. Sniegoski, Brittany Holzherr, Jay Baruchel, John Layman, David F. Walker, Nick Giovannetti
Art by: Dani Strips, Gustavo Duarte, Vanesa Del Rey, Steve Lieber, Eleonora Carlini, Dustin Nguyen, Keith Giffen

Joy to all 52 worlds-it’s time to celebrate the holiday season across the DC Multiverse! In ten stories that will light your yule log and spike your eggnog, Batman decks the gaslit halls, Lobo goes Old Testament in space, Ragman learns the true meaning of Saturnalia, President Superman attempts to figure out how Bizarro stole Christmas, and Harley Quinn tries her hand at interdimensional caroling. These seasonal sagas are sure to help you have yourself a very merry Multiverse!

DC's Very Merry Multiverse #1
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