Shaggy, Scooby, and Scrappy are race car champions in America, but winning a race seems to be the least of their troubles, because, across the map in spooky Transylvania, the Wolf Man has decided to retire, leaving Dracula and the other monsters one driver short for their race.
Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School is, as always, an enjoyable adventure that feels very strange compared to the rest of the animated films released after the '80s. This is simply because of the absence of the rest of the Mystery Inc. gang, Velma, Daphne, and Fred, as well as the lack of Mystery Machine rolling about. It is also, yet again, another Scooby-Doo animated film that doesn't feature the classic unmasking of any monsters, but instead plays on the idea that all of these monsters are very real.
Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island's dark aesthetic makes it one of the best movies to ever be released among the franchise, as it escaped the usual stereotypical tropes we see from the rest of the films, whilst still remaining true to the source material, because at it's heart it is still very much a classic Scooby-Doo tale
Unapologetically awesome, holds nothing back, and the adult content takes nothing away from the pacing, or story, if anything, it simply adds to the overall enjoyable experience. It reminds me of the Dragon Age video game series, so if you're a fan of those, and games like them, then this is a book for you!
Script and Letters by: John Layman Art and Main Covers by: Nick Bradshaw Colours by: Len O'Grady Alternative Covers by: Arthur Adams (#1), J. Scott Campbell with colours by Sabine Rich (#2), Mark Schultz (#3) Editor: Scott Dunbier Published by: IDW Publishing Collects: Bermuda Issues #1 - #4 + Cover by Nick Bradshaw Plot: Robert... Continue Reading →
SLAM Wrestling is the greatest sport in the world, and twelve-year-old Katie Jones is the world's biggest wrestling fan and a prolific vlogger with millions of followers. After wrestling manager, Mr. Johnson becomes President of the United States, Katie is invited to the White House to meet her wrestling idols, such as the famous wrestling legend, Bruno Bravado.
The gates of Hell have been opened and all manner of creepy ghoulish creatures have come pouring out of the abyss. All of these creatures are terrifying of course but none of them are quite so terrifying as the infamous Jersey Devil. A beast with hairy, hooved legs, a muscular but spindly body made of flesh, large multiple horns of varying sizes, a dragon-like tail, and large leathery wings like a bat, with black demonic eyes and razor-sharp teeth. Quite literally the stuff of nightmares, and it roams within the Pine Barrens of New Jersey, USA, preying on unwary victims.
Baltazar's signature style is perfect for any children's books as you may have seen before in his previous work with DC comics kids, such as the Tiny Titans series of comics, and Superman of Smallville. His colours are always bright and this book is no exception!
Produced and Directed: William Hanna and Joseph Barbera Both Episodes Written By: Jameson Brewer (Story), Tom Dagenais (Story), and Ruth Brooks Flippen (Story) Characters Written by: Joe Ruby & Ken Spears Distributed by: Warner Home Video, a division of Warner Bros. Entertainment UK Ltd. Runtime: 1 hour 17 minutes DVD Cover for Scooby-Doo Meets Batman... Continue Reading →
Ahead of the new Disney Plus series for Marvel's Moon Knight, I decided to do a bit more research into some of the classic comics that started it all. Besides his appearance in Werewolf by Night #32, I have not read much of the character or his origins. So I wanted to learn more before the series comes out, and what better place to start, than with issue 1 from 1980? His first solo run.