Scooby Apocalypse #29

Writer: Keith Giffen, J. M. DeMatteis Artist: Pat Olliffe Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 12, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 1
6.9Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

A new creature commander emerges from the shadows and it only wants one thing, the ultimate monster-killer herself-Daphne! Even with Scrappy-Doo, the gang is no match for this rabid monster madness. Worst of all, Daphne seems to have lost the will to live. Is one person worth the price of survival of the human race?

  • 8.0
    DC Comics News - Seth Singleton Sep 13, 2018

    Giffen is doing a masterful job arranging the chess pieces and loading them with weight and value. Creating a backstory for Fred that fills in some gaps, but also leaves many details unexplained is a tantalizing tease. The next step is who will Fred see first. Will everything weve heard from Shaggy, Velma, Scrappy, and Daphne hold true? Or will there be more surprises when Fred finally shows his face? Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - Russ Burlingame Sep 12, 2018

    Pat Oliffe and Tom Palmer deliver one of the best-looking issues of the series (which is saying something), although their particular style is well-served by the subdued colors in the zombie-inspired Fred flashback sequence that begins the book, and somewhat less effective in later portions where the book takes on its normal garish hues. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Sequential Planet - Steven Martinez Sep 15, 2018

    With both good storytelling and art, Scooby Apocalypse #29 shows us Fred Jones coming back to life, and an end to the Secret Squirrel backup stories. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Bin - Philip Schweier Sep 12, 2018

    This issuesees the long overdue conclusion of Secret Squirrel. It out-lived its premise.Its been a long time coming, very much like an SNL skit someone tried to turninto a movie. I am hopeful its lackluster performance will lay the Letsreinvent the H-B characters startegy to rest indefinitely. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Sep 13, 2018

    Part of the problem with Scooby Apocalypse as a series is that it wavers between having no sense of forward motion, and putting its forward motion into fast forward. That's the issue with Scooby Apocalypse #29. Read Full Review

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