Okay... Due to the fact that the new 13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo movie was not really very good (at least missed out a lot and didn't meet many expectations), who would be all for me rewriting the movie in a comic?
I'll only do if people are for it so let me know in the comments ;)
So I know I keep saying it but I'm finally gonna do it. Beginning of August I'm releasing a sample of pages of my own version of Scooby Doo Apocalypse. I just had an itch to make my own so it's finally coming out :) Stick around. I'll have them posted to my account.
Some hints of what the sample will have: the comic will be very dark (something pretty super dark happens), and there will be deep relationship things going on but I won't give much details on that.
See you beginning of August! ;)
I know I must sound like a picky pain in the ass, but, with the release of Scooby Doo Apocolaypse this week, I refused to purchase it. I read the previews online and it already gave me bad vibes of the direction DC is planning for Scooby Doo. I know some fans said they loved it and it's fine but in my personal opinion the comic just seems like a entirely different story with the Scooby Doo name brand on it just to make sales. This is NOT a Scooby Doo comic at all. If DC wanted to do a story like this, make it is own entity with a different name because that's what it really feels like. And if you truly want to make Scooby Doo different to a
There have been many mixed reactions to the newest Scooby Doo Apocalypse comic being released by DC. I see most to all fans (including myself) are really excited about the new story. Scooby and zombies! Hell yea! However, the design has some fans either indifferent (after all Scooby is open to certain changes) or some just plain upset. I'm in the middle. Fred, Daphne, and Scooby look bad ass, Velma looks okay, but Shaggy has received changes that doesn't fit his character. As a result I redid the cover which you can see in this journal. I would definitely like to hear your opinion on the design. What do you think?
Lastly, I have been dying