Scooby Apocalypse #2
Review by Paul Fiander
Written by Keith Giffen and J. M. DeMatteis
Art by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi
Lettered by Nick J. Napolitano
Cover by Jim Lee and Alex Sinclair
Variant Cover by Carlos D'Anda
Published by DC Comics
You can read our review of the first issue here where we go a bit deeper into the story and art.
The crazy continues as the Scooby gang that isn’t really the Scooby Gang yet at any rate try to escape from a secret underground bunker filled with real monsters. The verbal to and throe is fun especially between Velma and Daphne, though Shaggy’s attempts to get Velma to call him Shaggy and not Norville are also fun.
Artistically the theme continues from the first issue with a consistent portrayal of the more realistic fivesome. Though it is the monster designs that steal the show, with a collection of limbs and teeth to please all those without a very nervous disposition.
This is a fun series though there is a part of me that would prefer a more all age based property, but that is more about my nostalgia coming through.