Actually, Shaggy doesn’t like any sports. He just goes for the stadium food.

Scooby-Doo #37

DC Comics (August, 2000; posted to comiXology May, 2014)

COLORIST: Paul Becton

LETTERER: John Costanza


EDITOR: Joan Hilty

“Bee Ball”

WRITER: Rurik Tyler

PENCILER: Joe Staton

INKER: Dave Hunt

“Witch Pitch”

WRITER: John Rozum

PENCILER: Cameron Stewart

INKER: Andrew Pepoy

Giant bees are terrorizing a city so the mayor calls on Mystery, Incorporated for help. The accused is a local bee keeper whose lakefront property is catching the eye of a number of would-be business developers. This one plays on one of their current themes of land grabbers but does so in a way that feels natural. It’s still another mystery we in the audience can’t solve, and it seems the comics rarely remember that part of the Scooby-Doo shows. It’s a good story otherwise.

The gang tries to take in a baseball game with Fred’s favorite baseball team. Too bad a witch keeps cursing the pitchers. I don’t know about anyone reading along but I saw the villain reveal coming (at least who hired our villains) so again not much of a mystery. However, the explanation of how they pulled off the trick is satisfying within the show’s cartoony heritage and the story was overall enjoyable.

So not great stories and terrible mysteries but still good stories. It’ll make for a pleasant read but not much else.


About ShadowWing Tronix

A would be comic writer looking to organize his living space as well as his thoughts. So I have a blog for each goal. :)

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