Thursday, July 5, 2018

Funny Stuff: "What a Night for a Knight!" by Jack Manning

Dig it, Groove-ophiles! My grandkids are getting into the classic Scooby Doo cartoons, so I'm posting "What a Night for a Knight!" (with art by Jack Manning, adapted from the cartoon show's pilot episode) for them. I do so hope you dig it, too! From Gold Key's Scooby Doo #1 (December 1969)…















5 comments:

  1. Cool... had this one as a kid.... Even remember this as First (aired) Episode of Scooby Doo

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  2. I remember the Gold Key Scooby Doo run very well, I had most of the issues. One thing I never understand was the consistent messing up of color scheme on the Mystery Machine. Had they not even the show on tv?

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  3. Loved SCooby Doo the first season was the best. But hated Crappy Doo. OOPS! I mean Scrappy Doo. Mike Ploog actually worked on the first season of the cartoon. Imagine Scooby meeting the Ghost Rider, Man-Thing, WWbN,etc drawn by Ploog!

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  4. Love it! Keep em coming Groove!

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