The Loop (TV)
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- Space Ghost (first full appearance)(final appearance)
- Jace (single appearance)
- Jan (single appearance)
- Blip (first full appearance)(only comic appearance)
- Zorak (first full appearance)(only comic appearance)(final appearance)
- Moltar (first full appearance)(only comic appearance)(final appearance)
- Molten Men (single appearance)(no lines)
- Miscellaneous Zorathians (single appearance)(no lines)
- Miscellaneous scientists (single appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)
- Beach ball
- Molten magma cannon (destroyed)
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 artist: Brizuela with Riesco
- Editor: Brittany Holzherr
- Special thanks to: Kristy Quinn
- The issue is dedicated to C. Martin Croker and Don Messick, respectively. Messick was the voice of Blip and Zorak in the original Space Ghost cartoon (not to mention the original Scooby-Doo), while Croker was the voice of Zorak and Moltar in the parody spin-off, Space Ghost Coast to Coast.
- Fred alludes to the fact that the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? and Team-Up comics are being released in the same month.
- Shaggy calls Jace and Jan, "space kidettes," which was the name of a Hanna-Barbera cartoon about a group of child astronauts.
- Space Ghost Coast to Coast is retconned as being the result of Space Ghost being hypnotised by Zorak into believing it was real. Incidentally, DC Comics happened to do several issues of Cartoon Network Presents based on Space Ghost Coast to Coast.
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Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- An actress played Jan in DC Comics' Scooby-Doo story Sound Stage Spook.
- The world of Space Ghost was also fictionalised in the direct-to-video film Scooby-Doo! Mask of the Blue Falcon.
- The gang act like they've never been on the moon, despite the fact they went there in the direct-to-video film Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness.
- The comic says Space Ghost was a talk-show host for eight seasons, when it actually ran for ten. The first eight were ran across Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, while the last two were aired on the pay service site GameTap.
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