A Town Called Vladsburg!

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A Town Called Vladsburg!
A Town Called Vladsburg! title card
Part of Scooby-Doo! #128
# of pages 10
Writer Paul Kupperberg
Penciler Scott Gross
Inker Jorge Pacheco
Colorer Heroic Age
Letterer Sal Cipriano
Editor Jeanine Schaefer
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A Town Called Vladsburg! is the second and last story in Scooby-Doo! #128 by DC Comics.


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Main characters:

Supporting characters:

  • None


  • Baron Von Aderlass (single appearance)(disguise)
  • Sheriff Benson (single appearance)
  • Doc Ripley (single appearance)
  • Ralph (single appearance)
  • Mrs. Rankin (single appearance)
  • Female victim (single appearance)
  • Old Man Landis (only time mentioned)
  • Other citizens of Vladsburg (single appearance)(no lines)

Other characters:

  • None


  • Vladsburg, PA
    • Sherriff Benson's office
    • City Hall
    • Vladsburg Festival


  • TBA



Suspect Motive/reason
Ralph He claimed to have almost been a victim of Baron Von Aderlass.
Sheriff Benson He claimed he knew all about Baron Von Aderlass and he was determined to stop him from terrorizing his own town.
Doc Ripley He lived in down during the first round of attacks by Baron Von Aderlass and he claimed that he matched the old bite marks to the new victims.


Culprit Motive/reason
Accomplce as Baron Von Aderlass
Sheriff Benson
Doc Ripley
All the other citizens of Vladsburg
To bring tourism back to Vladsburg.


  • TBA



The second story by Paul Kupperberg is a straight-forward Scooby-Doo fairplay mystery. The author gives clues to the reader, creates a plausible history behind the vampire and lays out the Gang's thought processes. Mystery Inc. is in fine form, and the conclusion injects originality into the formula of the unmasking.

Artists Scott Gross and Jorge Pacheco vary their characters from the Hanna-Barbera originals ever so slightly. More importantly, they switch the angles of the point of view panels to curtail static storycrafting.

These two exceptional Scooby snacks will please any Scooby fan, and kudos must also be given to Heroic Age for an overall attentive coloring that serves to create an eerie mood in the second story. [1]



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