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* '''[[Keith Giffen]] & [[J.M. DeMatteis]]: Writers'''
 
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[[Category:Scooby Apocalypse stories]]
 
[[Category:Scooby Apocalypse stories]]

Latest revision as of 00:10, March 29, 2019

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Afterlives is the single story in Scooby Apocalypse #26, by DC Comics.

PremiseEdit

It's been six months since Freddy was killed. Since then, the rest of the team have found survivors and managed to fortify the beginnings of a new base of operations at the mall.

SynopsisEdit

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CharactersEdit

Main characters:

Supporting characters:

Villains:

  • Monsters (single appearance)(no lines)(deceased)
  • Consumerites (no lines)(flashback only)

Other characters:

LocationsEdit

ObjectsEdit

  • Hooper's gun
  • Dave Sanchez's gun
  • Daphne's gun
  • Emojigoogles
  • Velma's googles
  • Kessler's gun
  • Shaggy's gun

VehiclesEdit

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ContinuityEdit

Notes/triviaEdit

  • Albany has been renamed Jonestown.
  • Shaggy has started an intimate relationship with Velma, therefore ending his attraction to Daisy Dinkley.

Cultural referencesEdit

  • Hooper said about Daphne: "Fights like the freakin' terminator", which is a reference to the film The Terminator released in 1984 and directed by James Cameron.
  • Shaggy twists the positive of renaming of Albany to Jonestown into something negative by comparing it to the Jonestown lived in by the Peoples Temple religious group led by Jim Jones who committed mass murder/suicide in 1978.

Coloring mistakesEdit

  • None known.

Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/odditiesEdit

  • None known.

QuotesEdit

Velma: This is a new world. A world Fred Jones gave his life to protect. Jonestown it is--and Jonestown it will remain.


Dave Sanchez: Dinkley and the others...They talk about Jones like he was some kinda saint.

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