|This needs a stretch.|
|A Wolf in Creep's Clothing|
|Release date||March 2005|
|Part of||Scooby-Doo! #92|
|Letters||Nick J. Napolitano|
|Next||Code of Dishonor|
A ghost haunts the Monster Mix 2004 convention.
- Ben Preacher (single appearance)
- Dennis Tooktennis (single appearance)
- Terry Beatty (single appearance)
- Ghost of Patricia Millicent (single appearance)(no lines)(disguise)/
- Ronette Adams (single appearance)(redeemed)
- Monster Mix 2004 visitors (single appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)
- Tim Sevine (no lines)
- Tom Burden (no lines)
- Steve Kingman (no lines)
- Mike Magnolia (only time mentioned)
|Ronette Adams||Was so determined to get Mystery Inc. to their interview panel, instead of letting them solve the mystery.|
|Terry Beatty||Did not like the monster costumes in the costume contest. Wanted to make a better costume than those out of one of the vintage comic books if his busy schedule allowed it.|
|Dennis Tooktennis||Strange manner.|
|Ronette Adams as the Ghost of Patricia Millicent||She wanted the costume contest prizes for herself.|
Uncovering the culprit in "A Wolf in Creep's Clothing" will not strain any brain cells, but the motive adds a nice spin to the mystery. For once, Shaggy and Scooby aren't afraid of no ghosts, and I like how they actually contribute to the mystery and prove that their equally good detectives--just often too scared to show it.
Leo Batic and Horacio Ottolini with the staff of Heroic Age provide the artwork for this story. Batic and the sharp-lined Ottolini I believe have added several caricatures. Of whom I couldn't say, but they do diversify the look of the back-up cast. While attention is given to the support players, Batic and Ottolini also do not forget the stars in the Mystery Machine who look on model and exceptionally animated.