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When a ghost interrupts a historic international peace treaty between two warring nations, International Sneaky Service's top agent is brought in: Secret Squirrel. But he'll need help from professional ghost hunters: Mystery Inc.
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- Secret Squirrel (single appearance)
- Morocco Mole (single appearance)
- President of the United States (single appearance)
- Slobbovia representative (single appearance)
- Wildchaya representative (single appearance)
- Double-Q (single appearance)
- Ghost of King Leopold (single appearance)(Yellow Pinkie's disguise)
- Yellow Pinkie (single appearance)
- Sharks (single appearance)(no lines)
- Press (single appearance)(no lines)
- King Bob (only time mentioned)
- Dr. Dangit (only time mentioned)
- Masked Granny (only time mentioned)
- Mice (single appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)
- United States
- Slobbovia (mentioned)
- Wildechaya (mentioned)
- Yellow Pinkie's lair (destroyed)
- Secret Squirrel's wrist-mounted video communicator
- Shark tank
- Secret Squirrel's propeller gun
- Secret Squirrel's mice gun
- Secret Squirrel's bullet-proof coat
- Miniature anti-gravity rod (mentioned)
- King Leopold's anti-gravity cannon
- Emergency hot air balloon
- Scooby Snack
- The Mystery Machine
- Secret Squirrel's car
|Yellow Pinkie as the Ghost of King Leopold||To start a war.|
The following credits try to match how they are displayed in the comic as much as possible:
- Writer: Sholly Fisch
- Artist: Dario Brizuela
- Colorist: Franco Riesco
- Letterer: Saida Temofonte
- Cover artists: Brizuela & Riesco
- Assistant editor: David Piña
- Editor: Kristy Quinn
- In a Cartoon Network 1990's ID bumper, Velma and Morocco Mole appeared together, where they accidentally put on each other's glasses, which caused Velma to fall in love with him.
- This issue marks Secret Squirrel's first appearance in a comic book since Cartoon Network Presents #20, sixteen years earlier.
- This story involves two warring fictional countries, Slobbovia and Wildechaya. The name Slobbovia comes from a postal game played in the 1970s, which in turn came from the country of Lower Slobbovia in the Li'l Abner comic strip. Wildechaya is from the Yiddish term "vilde chaye", meaning a rambunctious or wild person.
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Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- None known.