It's Scooby-Doo and the gang, but this time Fred is...one of the undead!
Velma's brothers return with a cure for the nanite plague that has devastated humanity in the shocking final volume of Scooby Apocalypse! But have the Dinkley siblings arrived too late to help Mystery, Inc. prevent the rise of the Nanite King?
Fred, dead but reanimated by nanites, struggles to prove to Daphne that he still loves her. Velma and Shaggy's relationship becomes even more complicated, the brand-new Mystery Machine is revealed, andyoinks!Scrappy-Doo's secret agenda is finally revealed! And as the nanite leader takes its place at the head of a global army of transformed humanity, will any of the Scooby Gang survive? Writer J.M. DeMATTEIS (Justice League International) and artists PAT OLLIFFE and TOM PALMER bring the Apocalypse to its fateful end!
Plus, Atom Ant auditions to join the Justice League, meeting Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern (not that one...or those other ones, either), and, at long last, the Atom, in stories by DeMATTEIS and HEATH CORSON (Bizarro) with art by GUS VASQUEZ (Sasquatch Detective). Collects Scooby Apocalypse #31-36.
|Product dimensions:||6.40(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.30(d)|
|Age Range:||12 - 17 Years|
About the Author
Keith Giffen has provided plotting, scripting, artwork, or any combination thereof for titles such as All-Star Comics, Legion Of Super-Heroes, Ragman, Creeper, Lobo, Suicide Squad, The Defenders, Hero Squared!, and Ambush Bug. He's worked on the weekly series 52 and Countdown to Final Crisis, as well as 52 Aftermath: The Four Horsemen and Midnighter, plus a gazillion other things.
J.M. DeMatteis was a music critic but gave it up for becoming an award-winning writer best known for his personal works such as Moonshadow and Brooklyn Dreams. He began writing for DC in the late 1970s and rose to prominence with characters such as the Justice League revamp of the 1980s, a franchise that earned him an Eisner Award in 2004 for Best Humor Publication. He has written every major character at DC and Marvel, using that experience for a successful foray into animation writing including episodes of Justice League Unlimited and Batman: The Brave and the Bold.