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Its Scooby-Doo and the gang, but this time Fred isone of the undead! While the resurrected Fred Jones unleashes his army of monsters on Scooby and the gang, Daphne continues to spiral further into guilt and depression, terrified of losing Fred twice. Fortunately, the gang has another secret weapon: Scrappy-Doo and his mysterious mentor. Is this the end for the Scooby gang, It’s Scooby-Doo and the gang, but this time Fred is…one of the undead! While the resurrected Fred Jones unleashes his army of monsters on Scooby and the gang, Daphne continues to spiral further into guilt and depression, terrified of losing Fred twice. Fortunately, the gang has another secret weapon: Scrappy-Doo and his mysterious mentor. Is this the end for the Scooby gang, and perhaps all of humanity, or will Daphne’s love for her resurrected boyfriend win out in the end? Scooby Apocalypse Vol. 6 issues collects #31-36.


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Its Scooby-Doo and the gang, but this time Fred isone of the undead! While the resurrected Fred Jones unleashes his army of monsters on Scooby and the gang, Daphne continues to spiral further into guilt and depression, terrified of losing Fred twice. Fortunately, the gang has another secret weapon: Scrappy-Doo and his mysterious mentor. Is this the end for the Scooby gang, It’s Scooby-Doo and the gang, but this time Fred is…one of the undead! While the resurrected Fred Jones unleashes his army of monsters on Scooby and the gang, Daphne continues to spiral further into guilt and depression, terrified of losing Fred twice. Fortunately, the gang has another secret weapon: Scrappy-Doo and his mysterious mentor. Is this the end for the Scooby gang, and perhaps all of humanity, or will Daphne’s love for her resurrected boyfriend win out in the end? Scooby Apocalypse Vol. 6 issues collects #31-36.

30 review for Scooby Apocalypse, Vol. 6

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    This book should have been put to sleep a long time ago. Giffen and DeMatteis's storytelling is so slow and plodding. Very little happens over an arc. They do manage to wrap up the series (pretty much exactly how you'd expect). Pat Olliffe is a good artist but his pencils are obscured by Tom Palmer's scratchy inks here. There's also a backup story where Atom Ant tries out for the Justice League. It was OK, nowhere near as bad as those painful Secret Squirrel backups. Editorially I wish they put This book should have been put to sleep a long time ago. Giffen and DeMatteis's storytelling is so slow and plodding. Very little happens over an arc. They do manage to wrap up the series (pretty much exactly how you'd expect). Pat Olliffe is a good artist but his pencils are obscured by Tom Palmer's scratchy inks here. There's also a backup story where Atom Ant tries out for the Justice League. It was OK, nowhere near as bad as those painful Secret Squirrel backups. Editorially I wish they put those stories together and push them to the back of the collection. I'd prefer to read both stories uninterrupted, instead of alternating back and forth.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    A satisfying end to our tale of talking dogs, Mystery Machines, zombies, and true love! And instead of the awful and just too weird Secret Squirrel bonus stories, we got a funny Justice League story starring Atom Ant.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Trish

    2.5 stars This was an ending. I can't say much, due to spoilers, but we're with the gang during the apocalypse. The series was weird, for me; started off strong, went down a bit, piqued my interest, and then ended. I'm not sure what I expected, but this wasn't it. The entire series snippets took bits from various Scooby incarnations and blended them together, but not in a satisfying way. Unlikable character traits, bland story lines, and annoying min-comics. I didn't get this, but can't say I 2.5 stars This was an ending. I can't say much, due to spoilers, but we're with the gang during the apocalypse. The series was weird, for me; started off strong, went down a bit, piqued my interest, and then ended. I'm not sure what I expected, but this wasn't it. The entire series snippets took bits from various Scooby incarnations and blended them together, but not in a satisfying way. Unlikable character traits, bland story lines, and annoying min-comics. I didn't get this, but can't say I enjoyed it. I can say I'm glad it's over. I wanted to continue to see the conclusion, but was disappointed.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kai Charles(Fiction State Of Mind)

    The finale of the series. Epic battles and heartbreak.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    And it's over. After 36 issues over 6 volumes this story has finally been laid to rest. A little backstory first.... I've not read them all but after reading DC's more adult take / on The Flinstones I wanted to read more of their Hannah Barbara interpretations. To this date this is the longest and certainly wasn't as good as the afore mentioned duology. To be fair it started off strong. The first volume was really good. And then it took a huge swan dive into a vat of shit and took long time to And it's over. After 36 issues over 6 volumes this story has finally been laid to rest. A little backstory first.... I've not read them all but after reading DC's more adult take / on The Flinstones I wanted to read more of their Hannah Barbara interpretations. To this date this is the longest and certainly wasn't as good as the afore mentioned duology. To be fair it started off strong. The first volume was really good. And then it took a huge swan dive into a vat of shit and took long time to claw its way out. But it hasn't managed it fully, by any stretch of the imagination. These final 6 issues wrap up the series and at least it does get an actual ending. But the execution was not good. Plot devices are thrown in for seemingly no other reason than, "We can't think of anything else to do," characters change their mood so often it's hard to know where their head is at and the ending felt tacked on as a way to just have this done with. Not a great series, not even a good finale. Apart from being glad it's actually over and that no more will be done in this world I can't say many positives. Luckily after volume 2 I started getting these from the library instead of wasting money on them. Morbid curiosity is, quite frankly, the only thing that has kept me returning.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Katie Quinn

    If you have read the Scooby Apocalypse issues 32-36 individually, then you have essentially read volume six, as well, since this paperback contains the concluding issues in this series. As a whole, I felt this was a solid conclusion to the series, though it wasn't perfect by any means. One of my biggest gripes is that I was unsatisfied with the fact that the authors offer up no explanation as to what happened to Daphne in the very end of the series, despite the fact that she is arguably one of If you have read the Scooby Apocalypse issues 32-36 individually, then you have essentially read volume six, as well, since this paperback contains the concluding issues in this series. As a whole, I felt this was a solid conclusion to the series, though it wasn't perfect by any means. One of my biggest gripes is that I was unsatisfied with the fact that the authors offer up no explanation as to what happened to Daphne in the very end of the series, despite the fact that she is arguably one of the most prominent characters from start to finish. Otherwise, the other characters all have satisfying endings, and in general, if you're a fan of having a neat, orderly finish to a storyline, you will see that here. I will say that some of it felt a little contrived, especially given all the conflict leading up to the ending, but I'm not one who absolutely requires an optimistic and satisfactory ending to a story in order for me to be happy. On a side note, even though this series, in my opinion, had some major misses (I skipped that entire undercover squirrel subplot, and I really, really could have done without Daisy and Cliffy, thank you very much), I think the series had more positives than negatives. I really hope the authors consider writing other Scooby Doo stories like this one in the future; I think this was brilliant to mine the Scooby franchise and transform it into something dark and gritty, especially since the vast majority of the readership have grown up with the series and can appreciate the darker, more complex aspects of the story. I think the authors did a wonderful job presenting each individual character of the gang in a three-dimensional manner, and they did a great job fleshing their characters out from what we see in the television series. Velma especially impressed me, since she isn't necessarily likable initially and is technically the reason behind the apocalypse, and we see her undergo so much growth. And as someone who consumes stories that actually acknowledge Fred and Daphne as a couple (just call me a Fraphne shipper), I really enjoyed that here, despite the fact that their relationship wasn't always perfect, and they don't necessarily have a happy ending (not necessarily a spoiler). The artwork was always beautiful and rich, and even though I have read some reviews that complained about excessive dialogue and text, I thought it was a perfect blend between illustration and text, although I am a reader who typically favors text over image, so maybe that's subjective. So overall, even though I had some qualms with the past issues, I am still so grateful that this series exists as a wonderful, bleak, but enjoyably complex tribute to my favorite childhood television series.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tamara Menninger

    After the last volume's cliffhanger ending, I had my doubts about the conclusion of this series being anything but hopeful. Without spoilers, I was pleasantly surprised. The ending was as good as the beginning and the authors tied it all together nicely. There will be more sorrow for our beloved Mystery, Inc. team and the ragtag band of survivors in this nanite-plague infested world but there will be room for cheers, redemption (even for a character or two I'd never see happening after the first After the last volume's cliffhanger ending, I had my doubts about the conclusion of this series being anything but hopeful. Without spoilers, I was pleasantly surprised. The ending was as good as the beginning and the authors tied it all together nicely. There will be more sorrow for our beloved Mystery, Inc. team and the ragtag band of survivors in this nanite-plague infested world but there will be room for cheers, redemption (even for a character or two I'd never see happening after the first couple volumes) and yes, poignancy. My favorite arc was always the relationship between Daphne and Fred--this plays a huge part in my 5-star rating (again no spoilers). The Atom Ant/Justice League side story was much more enjoyable than the obnoxious, pointless Secret Squirrel of previous volumes but I still would have liked more of the main story and less of this side tale.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Veronica

    I was pretty skeptical when I heard about this series at first (not sure how good it would really be, if Im being completely honest), but it has become one of my favourite graphic novels of all time. It definitely hits the right nostalgic notes as well as the intrigue and excitement of post-apocalyptic sci-fi Ive grown fond of over the last few years (but havent we all?). Could do without the stories in between (Atom Ant and Secret Squirrel) but all in all, it was a fun read! I was pretty skeptical when I heard about this series at first (not sure how good it would really be, if I’m being completely honest), but it has become one of my favourite graphic novels of all time. It definitely hits the right nostalgic notes as well as the intrigue and excitement of post-apocalyptic sci-fi I’ve grown fond of over the last few years (but haven’t we all?). Could do without the stories in between (Atom Ant and Secret Squirrel) but all in all, it was a fun read!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Norman Cook

    This series started out great, but has slowly been drifting downward. This final volume rushes to a climax with a number of character reversals and jumps in continuity just to get things wrapped up. It's strange reading this while under the threat of a real-world pandemic; however, there's no miracle cure as there is in this story. The Atom Ant backup story is somewhat amusing, but pretty slight.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Joe Jones

    The series wraps up here with a few twists but mostly like expected. I did think the Atom Ant and Itty side story was pretty funny, but wished it was left out. As with the Secret Squirrel ones in the earlier volumes it ruins the flow of the story to jump back and forth.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Butcher

    The conclusion of an interesting take on the Scooby gang...probably the most adult version of the team we have seen. I don't dig atomic ant backup...I can see where it is going for humor but it just doesn't work from me, especially shifting to and from Scooby to this.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Dmcorcoran

    Fun series!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Michael Smedley

    Great story. Enjoyed every bit of it. Showed the characters we knew and loved in a different light. Wished the ending was little bit longer though.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mr. Mustela frenata

    4.30

  15. 5 out of 5

    Grace

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jason Szilagyi

  17. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Bolze

  18. 4 out of 5

    Holly

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jewels

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lynda Norton

  21. 4 out of 5

    Megan Gastineau

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kim Ehrenhaft

  23. 4 out of 5

    Zachary Rhodes

  24. 5 out of 5

    Lyubomir

  25. 4 out of 5

    Nick Zinn

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nicole *{Lady Aribeth}*

  27. 4 out of 5

    Tine

  28. 5 out of 5

    Nayla

  29. 5 out of 5

    Remy'S Dad

  30. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa

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