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The Kung Fu Ghost Girl is the first of five stories in Scooby-Doo #91, by DC Comics. It was followed by I've Lost My Glasses, The Maze of Maize, How to Make a Monster, and Roller Ghoster.

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  • Kang A. Lang's assistants (single appearance)
  • Audience (single appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)

Locations

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Suspects

Suspect Motive/reason
Amy She didn't want to see her grandfather's buisness shut down.
Lawyers They wanted to buy the theater for years.

Culprits

Culprit Motive/reason
Amy as the Kung Fu Ghost Girl To scare the two lawyers out of buying her grandfather's theater.

Notes/trivia

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Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities

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Reception

Ivan Velez shows why he's the top Scooby-Doo writer with a non-mystery involving Asian cinema. The fact that "Kung-Fu Ghost Girl" is a non-mystery should not dissuade you from reading.

Velez's appreciation for the intelligence of the reader and Mystery Inc. creates a near instantaneous solution that makes sense given the setup. Furthermore, he cleverly introduces some growth to Daphne as she becomes enticed by the poetry of the eastern silver screen. The artwork by Joe Staton, Scott McCrae and the staff at Heroic Age merely adds to the quality of the tale. Their camerawork in the panels almost matches what's undoubtedly on screen.[1]

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