This article is about the Archie Comics series. For other uses, see Scooby-Doo (disambiguation).

Scooby-Doo is a comic series originally published by Archie Comics from 1995–1997. This may be the first comic book series from a major publisher to have created stories with Scrappy-Doo as a character.


# Title Publication
1 Monster of a Time / Birddog of Alcatraz August 1995
2 When Scooby Comes Marching Home / The Abominable Skiman! September 1995
3 Ship of Dummies! / No Miners Allowed October 1995
4 Royal Canadian Mounted Scooby! / Close Encounters of the Scooby Kind! November 1995
5 The Grey One / The Shaggy One December 1995
6 A Tree Grows in Seattle!! / The Rich Get Richer! January 1996
7 The Phantom Rides Again! / The Creature of the Black Museum! February 1996
8 The Spooky Spook House! / The Prehisterical Dinosaur! March 1996
9 Werewolf Are You? / The Maltese Mutt April 1996
10 The Really Big Show May 1996
11 Camp Scooby-Doo / The Barking! June 1996
12 Ghost of the Fearful Frontiersman! / Scooby-Doo! Where the Heck Are We? July 1996
13 The Strange Vanishing in Vegas / Beetlemania August 1996
14 The Balloon Busters September 1996
15 The Undersea Mystery! / The Not So Reluctant Dragon! October 1996
16 The Ghost of Central Park / The Mystery at the Bottom of the Sea November 1996
17 The Scary Schooner December 1996
18 The Mystery Machine Mystery / Cave Fear! January 1997
19 The Electric Monster / Scooby of the Frozen Tundra February 1997
20 The Legend of Spooky-Doo / Lost / Spooky Space Kook March 1997
21 Monster Park After Dark / Car Trouble April 1997


  • Monster of a Time was held over from a failed attempt at Harvey Comics to publish new material (opposed to the Charlton Comics reprints they were doing), but they went bankrupt, losing the license to Scooby-Doo and other Hanna-Barbera cartoons. The first two pages were previewed in October 1993 in Hanna-Barbera Presents All-New Comics.
  • Writer Bill Vallely didn't consider his stories canon with any of the cartoon series.[1]