|This needs a stretch.|
|Code of Dishonor|
|Release date||March 2005|
|Part of||Scooby-Doo! #92|
|Pencils||Robert W. Pope|
|Letters||Nick J. Napolitano|
|Previous||A Wolf in Creep's Clothing|
|Next||The Curse of the Living Statue|
To find out where two culprits are hiding the gang must crack an encoded message.
- Light Blue Phantoms (single appearance)(disguise)/
- Nate (single appearance)
- Jake (single appearance)
- Old abandoned house
|Nate and Jake as the Light Blue Phantoms||They were hiding their stolen loot in the old abandoned house.|
- A crytogram puzzle for the reader to solve.
- It is supposed to read "MEET ME IN THE BASEMENT" but it actually reads "MEET ME IN UHE BASEMENT."
The mini-puzzle by Fisch and Pope is no fun at all because, it makes no sense. The code is easy to solve, but somewhere along the line somebody hit the wrong button, and that hit causes a misunderstanding in the clue. Still after an unusually weak in comic books, a good issue of Scooby-Doo quenches one's thirst.