|This needs a stretch. (Feel free to remove when satisfied of completion.)|
|A haunting need for images|
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A woman keeps asking the gang to investigate haunted sites, but she seems disappointed when each one turns out to be a fake.
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- Mrs. Cadawallader (single appearance)
- Phantom Frycook (single appearance)(Mr. Quimby's disguise)
- Mr. Quimby (single appearance)
- Headless Conductor (single appearance)(disguise)
- Man in Werewolf of Wellington Way costume (single appearance)(no lines)
- Raging Ranger of Chipmunk Park (single appearance)(no lines)(disguise)
- Woman in Bride of Devil's Creek costume (single appearance)(no lines)
- Demon Bowler of Al's Bowl-O-Rama (single appearance)(no lines)(disguise)
- Man in Stock Car Stalker costume (single appearance)(no lines)
- Man in Marsh Monster of Barlow's Bog costume (single appearance)(no lines)
- Condo Creeper (only time mentioned)(disguise)
- Ghostly Lighthouse Keeper (single appearance)(disguise)
- Mrs. Cadawallader's cats (single appearance)(no lines)
- Dashaway Diner
- Mrs. Cadawallader's home
- Markeley Square
- Train station
- Wellington Way
- Chipmunk Park
- Devil's Creek
- Al's Bowl-O-Rama
- Stock car race
- Barlow's Bog
- Pleasant Point
|Mr. Quimby as the Phantom Frycook||To scare Mrs. Cadawallader and anybody else out of buying his diner.|
|Unnamed man as the Headless Conductor||Unknown.|
|Unnamed man as the Werewolf of Wellington Way||Unknown.|
|Unknown culprit as the Raging Ranger of Chipmunk Park||Unknown.|
|Unnamed woman as the Bride of Devil's Creek||Unknown.|
|Unknown culprit as the Demon Bowler of Al's Bowl-O-Rama||Unknown.|
|Unnamed man as the Stock Car Stalker||Unknown.|
|Unnamed man as the Marsh Monster of Barlow's Bog||Unknown.|
|Unnamed and unseen culprit as he Condo Creeper||Unknown.|
|Unnamed man as the Ghostly Lighthouse Keeper||Unknown, but the gang told him to continue in order to make Mrs. Cadawallader's day.|
- Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #19 (March 2012).
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Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- None known.
Well if you haven't been checking in on the forum of late, you'll be unaware of yet another thread accusing me of all sorts of unsubstantiated crimes against The League of Fanboy Protectors of No Talent Overhyped Wunderkinds. I hate offal such as Countdown to Fasciitis Crisis of Infinite Necrotization that they like for no bloody good reason. They therefore demand that I should be sent as an enemy combatant to Gitmo or redirected to Tom Cruise for psychiatric consultation.
I present, your honor, this issue of Scooby-Doo in my defense.
On the whole, I don't actually look at the credits of anything that's on my subscription list until I've finished reading the book. Well, imagine my surprise upon seeing Chuck Dixon's name attached to my beloved Scooby-Doo. Now a cursory glance through the review archive or googling up older reviews/arguments from the usenet will identify my lack of awe for Chuck Dixon's alleged talent, but--no, bias up my sleeve--here, he ghosts up a perfect, original Scooby-Doo story.
Dixon plays with the tried and true formula of Scooby-Doo and successfully arrives at a new twist that enhances the characterization of the gang who are all on model. He also positions Daphne and Velma in the lead of the marathon of mystery solving each of which even features amusing alliteration. Joe Staton's artwork is merely the whipped cream and cherry on top of this delight. So in short, Chuck Dixon did good.