Scooby Doo #69

Writer: Alex Simmons, Terrance Griep Jr. Artist: Joe Staton, Dave Hunt, Paul Becton Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Feb 16, 2003

    The lumberjack flaming skull haunter is a particularly inventive ghoul to pit against the gang, and Joe Staton has a lot of fun with the spook. Mr. Staton luckily for the reader portrays the gang vividly in both mysteries. His delectable Daphne is a wonder to watch, and Mystery Inc., he portrays with a usual attention to depth that goes beyond the limited animation of the original model. The irony is that Staton's characters are given a greater range of motion in static pencils than the original Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? cartoon. Dave Hunt's inks in the first mystery draw out Mr. Staton's soft, subtle pencils while Jeff Albrect gives a more stronger, pointed look to the characters. Nevertheless, fans of the series will appreciate all the artwork. Read Full Review

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