The abandoned Owl Court Hotel is said to be home to the most terrifying ghost in Gotham. But tonight it’s also home to, like, the grooviest dance party! Scoob and the gang barely have time to dance the Batusi before guests start disappearing-victims of the legendary owl-beast Talon!
Batman-NewsThis is a great comic. I haven't been buying the last few issues but I'm going to pick up a copy of this one. So far, each issue has been better than the last. Do I smell a 10/10 coming up? Hopefully!
Geek DadCody and Owen definitely get the characters they’re working with, and it’s a fun intro to these creepy Gotham villains for younger readers.
RazorfineThe story has the feel of Scooby-Doo, complete with Scooby and Shaggy gags with the monster of the week and eventual unmasking. However, the comic has an odd look that ultimately feels more like a sticker book, with stickers laid on top of completely separate backgrounds, than recreated cell panels (which I’m guessing was the intent).
Dark Knight NewsThe Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries #2.3 seemed like it tried to do too much with too little. I did enjoy this issue passively, but I’ve got to be at least a little bit critical of how it turned out. However, I feel that Matthew Cody did a decent job writing the series for the first time. My main frustrations lie with the art and the false inclusion of Scooby-Doo characters. Overall, this issue was fine. It’s not stellar, won’t break records, or make history, but we’ve got another mystery solved by Batman and Mystery Inc. and you can’t ask for much more than that.