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The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries #4

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Every Gotham City citizen knows its buildings are adorned with more gargoyles than anywhere else.

But they never expected the human inhabitants of those buildings to start morphing into gargoyles!

It’s up to Batman, Scooby, and the gang to solve the mystery—which leads them straight to one of Batman’s most unexpected villains!

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29 pages
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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    Geek Dad

    Megan Huang makes her debut on this title with a story that at first glance seems to be more serious than the average—random citizens around Gotham being overcome by a strange curse that turns them into vicious flying gargoyles who terrorize the public. This is a rare tale in that the villains seem to be targeting innocent people rather than just being a guy in a mask—or so it seems. There’s a very clever twist to this story including obscure knowledge that gives away the culprit’s identity, and this issue does well what many miss—leaving actual clues for the detectives to follow. I also noticed that this seems to be a more modern version of Gotham than we usually see in this book, with Mayor Nanako guest-starring, Oracle backing up the Bats, and a Robin who looks a lot more like Damian than the animated versions. Huang’s art has a slightly different style than Brizuela’s, but all the characters look like themselves and her monsters are particularly excellent.

  • 69

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    If you’re looking for a somewhat fun comic that’s also semi-educational, The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries #4 is for you. If you’re hoping for the Scooby-Doo characters to be drawn in the more traditional style and for the villain to put up a bit more of a fight before he is defeated, you will be disappointed. All in all, it’s still a good mystery, but the ending is a little bit rushed.

  • 65


    It’s alright. I think it’s fair to say that I didn’t enjoy it as much as last month’s, but it’s not terrible by any stretch of the imagination. My best advice would be to pick one up for a kid, or maybe wait for a the trade so you can pick it up whenever you need some lighthearted reading.

  • 60


    The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries #4 provides a solid mystery for the heroes to solve that still resolves itself with a classic Scooby-Doo ending with a single perpetrator behind events, here it’s Clayface turning himself into fake Gothamites and then faking each of their transformations into gargoyles. However, the art by Megan Huang felt a little rushed here, with Batman specifically looking a bit awkward in some panels. The other note is Robin is dressed as Red Robin, but the swap is never confirmed.

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