Sunday, October 3, 2010

Countdown to Halloween 2010! Sunday Funnies: Scooby Doo in "Spooky Wooky"

Welcome to Day Three of Countdown to Halloween 2010, Groove-ophiles! For today's Sunday Funnies feature, there's no way I could pass up this classic Scooby Doo ditty from March of Comics #391 (1971/1974). I mean, how can you turn away from a story with a title like "Spooky Wooky"? You can't, baby! Take Ol' Groove's word for it, you just can't!


  1. Dig that groovy pink Mystery Machine!

  2. Who is the artist? It is not Phil DeLara, Jack Manning, Warren Tufts or Bill William! Anyone?

  3. Grand Comics Database says it's Phil DeLara, but I'm no expert on MoC artists, so we'll leave the question out there for anyone who knows the answer...



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