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This article is for the original incarnation of Luna. For the Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated incarnation of the character, see Luna (Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated).

Luna is the Hex Girls' keyboardist, bass player and back-up singer along with Dusk.


Physical appearance

Originally, Luna had dark red hair, black eyes and a dark complexion, and wore a dark purple coat with a black shirt underneath, a long purple skirt with a slit at the hem, which shows part of her dark purple-black boots, gold hoop earrings, a gold necklace with a purple stone, purple fingerless gloves, and purple eyeshadow and lipstick.[1]

In her next two encounters with Mystery Inc., Luna's outfit and shoes are now completely purple and dark blue. Her hair is now a darker red, but she retains her purple lipstick, her purple eyeliner, her earrings and her necklace. Her complexion is now light white and in Guess Who she doesn’t wear gloves.[2][3]

Personality

Compared to the other two members of her girl group, she is the calmest one.

History

Scooby-Doo! and the Witch's Ghost

The gang, along with Ben Ravencroft, first encountered Luna, Thorn and Dusk at rehearsal in Oakhaven. The Hex Girls were revealed to be fans of Ben's work.

Later, she and the girls helped the gang expose the citizens for using Ben's ancestor, Sarah Ravencroft, for tourism.

At one point, Luna explained to Scooby and the gang that her dad's a dentist and was the one who outfitted the group with their trademark vampire-fangs for the band. She allows Scooby-Doo to try hers on, which he uses to scare Shaggy.

They then went with the gang, the Mayor Corey, and Thorn's father to find Sarah's ancient journal. However, Ben revealed that Sarah was indeed a witch, and that he arranged the whole thing to find what was in reality, not a medicine journal, but a spell book, which she had been trapped in centuries ago by the townsfolk.

With his new evil powers, Ben trapped Luna and Dusk, while Thorn escaped. Ben then released his evil ancestor, who was intent on destroying humanity.

With Sarah Ravencroft and Ben trapped in the spell book by Thorn, Luna and Dusk were freed from their rope prison by Velma and Luna and Dusk free Mayor Corey and Mr. McKnight from stockades.

That night, Luna, the other Hex Girls, and the Scooby Gang performed a concert.[1]

Scooby-Doo! and the Legend of the Vampire

Luna along with the rest of the Hex Girls (Dusk and Thorn) were invited to the Vampire Rock Music Festival in Australia, as guest performers. That night, while where, they were kidnapped by the Yowie Yahoo and his vampires, although Malcolm Illiwara found them the next morning, unharmed. The Hex Girls then performed a concert together with Mystery Inc that night.[2]

SCOOB!

What's New, Scooby-Doo?

Season two

In Transylvania, Luna, Dusk and Thorn were filming a music video in haunted castle, but then some sort of vampire came in and tried to sabotage everything. When Dusk became concerned for their safety, she threatened to quit the band. Luckily, Scooby and the gang arrived to help. The vampire is captured and revealed to be the Fortescu Bros., who were trying to get their family castle back and sabotage Owen's career. The day is saved and the girls and the gang film a special music video together What’s New, Scooby-Doo?.[3]

Scooby-Doo! Team-Up

The Hex Girls, Robi, Red Herring, along with Mystery Inc.'s other allies Vincent Van Ghoul and Flim-Flam were tired of always playing second fiddle to the gang, so they unleashed several versions of the gang from other dimensions and disguised themselves as a giant version of Scrappy-Doo. After being revealed, they are chased by different versions of Scrappy Doo.[4]

Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?

Season one

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Appearances

SCOOB! continuity

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Notes/Trivia

  • In Witch's Ghost, Luna's skin is dark brown. In her next two appearances, her skin is white. Why her complexion was changed remains unknown.

In other languages

Actor Language Notes
Joëlle Guigui French Scooby-Doo! and the Witch's Ghost
Iwona Rulewicz Polish Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost
Marta Gryko Scooby-Doo! and the Legend of the Vampire
Gizela Rasch Swedish

References

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