Since the launch of DC Comics’ Hanna-Barbera-inspired comic offerings, Scooby Apocalypse has been one of the company’s tightest, most consistently written and rendered books of the line on newsstands. That’s a testament to the work of the entire creative team, from legendary writers J.M. DeMatteis and Keith Giffen to artist Pat Olliffe to Hi-Fi’s crisp coloring to Travis Lanham’s lettering. In our exclusive preview of Scooby Apocalypse #28, phenomenal inker Tom Palmer has joined the comic’s team, starting with a Daphne and Velma-centric yarn and the return of Scrappy-Doo. Read on in these first pages that DC was kind enough to share!
Scooby Apocalypse #28 goes on sale Wednesday, August 8th, from DC Comics.
From the official issue description:
Cliffy is torn between his loyalty to the recently returned Scrappy-Doo and his friendship with Scooby. Meanwhile, Daphne and Scrappy bond during a gruesome monster hunt. And who is the mysterious new creature lurking in the dark?