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    So Scooby-Doo and the gang teams up with DC heroes often in this series, eh? Well i guess it's time for me to start reading the whole solicitations list because i had no effing clue this was a thing!
    DC: Justice League, The Flash, Justice League Dark, Superman, Action Comics, Green Arrow, Michael Cray, The Terrifics, Teen Titans, Titans, Brimstone, The Unexpected, Damage

    Marvel: The Punisher, Cosmic Ghost Rider, Venom, X-23, Cloak and Dagger, Jessica Jones, Sentry

    Indies: Unnatural, Jeepers Creepers, Project Superpowers, Black Hammer, Ninja-K

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosmic Black View Post
    So Scooby-Doo and the gang teams up with DC heroes often in this series, eh? Well i guess it's time for me to start reading the whole solicitations list because i had no effing clue this was a thing!
    With them, and classic cartoon characters like Secret Squirrel, Flintstones, the Jetsons, and the cast of Johnny Quest as well.

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    So, did people buy/read the issue with Supergirl and Streaky?

    I started regularly reading DC comic books in the early 1970s, so I was more use to this version of Supergirl (though admittedly more from the reprinted 1960s stories of Supergirl) and enjoyed the issue. I'd be especially interested in how people more familiar with only post-CoIE versions of Supergirl felt about this one.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorHoy View Post
    So, did people buy/read the issue with Supergirl and Streaky?
    Of course, I did!

    I wasn't going to miss Scooby versus Streaky.

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    That was a fun 2-parter. Though, I could say that about most of the series, in all honesty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackalope89 View Post
    That was a fun 2-parter.
    It was only a single issue in the print copy, so I'm guessing you're referring to an earlier on-line version?

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    Although I never read any stories with The MANIAKS(DC 60's swinging Rock Band), I did like their cameo in SCOOBY DOO Team Up #36.
    Plus its always FUN seeing Angel & Ape, The Inferior Five, and Stanley & His Monster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by signalman112 View Post
    Although I never read any stories with The MANIAKS(DC 60's swinging Rock Band), I did like their cameo in SCOOBY DOO Team Up #36.
    Plus its always FUN seeing Angel & Ape, The Inferior Five, and Stanley & His Monster.
    Another fun story worth looking into if you haven't already read it was Showcase #100 from back in 1978.




    That story involved all the characters who had previously appeared in that book, even if some were only given a one-panel "person on the street" appearance. Case in point:


    And, actually, some of those characters shown on that last page do play an important part in the resolution of that story.

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    In terms of collected editions of this series,

    SCOOBY-DOO TEAM-UP (Vol. 1)
    Scooby and the gang meet some of the DC Universe’s greatest heroes in these stories from issues #1-6, including Batman, Robin, Wonder Woman and the Teen Titans, as they take on the monstrous threat of Man-Bat, explore a Titans Tower mystery, and meet the unpredictable imp known as…Scooby- Mite?!
    Written by Sholly Fisch; Art by Dario Brizuela
    U.S. Cover Price (Graphic Novel): $12.99
    On Sale Date: Feb 25 2015
    https://www.dccomics.com/graphic-nov...by-doo-team-up
    For the record,
    Issue #1 = Batman & Robin (old-school Dick)
    Issue #2 = Ace the Bat-Hound
    Issue #3 = Bat-Mite
    Issue #4 = Teen Titans (Teen Titans GO! version)
    Issue #5 = Wonder Woman
    Issue #6 = Super Friends


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    Due out this week:

    SCOOBY DOO TEAM UP #38
    (W) Sholly Fisch (A/CA) Walter Carzon, Horacio Ottolini
    Why has the Blue Falcon suddenly transformed from a bright, sunny superhero into a dark and gritty vigilante who sends his most monstrous villains fleeing for safety? Dynomutt wonders: could the Blue Falcon be...possessed? Scooby and the gang will have to join forces with the Dog Wonder to crack the mystery when the dark kite returns!
    In Shops: May 23, 2018
    SRP: $2.99 (U.S.)
    https://www.previewsworld.com/Catalog/MAR180331

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    So, did anybody buy the issue with Dynomutt and the Blue Falcon?

    Or are you going to try it after you get:

    SUPER SONS DYNOMUTT SPECIAL #1 due out on May 30th?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorHoy View Post
    So, did anybody buy the issue with Dynomutt and the Blue Falcon?

    Or are you going to try it after you get:

    SUPER SONS DYNOMUTT SPECIAL #1 due out on May 30th?
    I already bought my copy of Blue Falcon & Scooby Doo.

    And I am looking forward to this!

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    By the way, loved the first panel in Scooby-Doo! Team-Up #38 featuring Blue Falcon:


    and that he's referring to himself in the story at one point as the "The Dark Kite returns".


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