|This needs a stretch.|
The well-known soap opera, "All My Tomorrows", is being plagued by a very shadowy phantom. It is believed to be the ghost of the leading lady's own predecessor. One of the spector's appearances causes the actor playing the role of the man who wants very much to be the leading lady's boyfriend to quit. So, his replacement is...Fred Jones. And the rest of the gang is working behind the scenes to catch this shadowy spector.
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|Casting Department worker|
|Monte's client 1 (picture only)|
|Monte's client 2 (picture only)|
|Rock (mentioned only)|
|Monte's Client 3 (picture only)|
|Monte's Client 4 (picture only)|
- Shadow Spector
|Erica Slayzak||She knew all about the legend of the Shadow Spector.|
|Director||Possible publicity reasons.|
|Monte||His bitterness about the fact that the casting department of "All My Tomorrows" would not hire any of his clients to play a role in the show.|
|Susan Gucci||It was believed that her ghost was haunting the set of "All My Tomorrows".|
- Television Studio
- "All My Tomorrows" main set
- Casting Department
- Spooky Graveyard set
- Stone's family's Mausoleum
- Backstage Area
- Erica Slayzak's dressing room (far shot only)
- Hospital set
- Costume rack area
The lesser of the two mysteries is still fun to read. Pope provides excellent pencils, and with Dave Hunt's inks he really has settled in as one of the best detailers of the Gang. Pope's other characters in the cast are portrayed in a more realistic style, and the blend makes for an interesting contrast. The monster is a clever concoction, and even if the mystery itself is only passable, the tale provides a good if not great Scooby-Doo diversion.