Angry at how the agent kept destroying his equipment.
Brittish Spy Service headquarters
Place where demon can-can dancers attacked
Bottom of the sea
Place where a rouge werewolf attacked
Old abandoned riverboat
Roy and Al's Casino
J.Z. Bang is a clear reference to James Bond.
Professor Bits is like Q, his gadget-maker.
In the end, Bang's superior says that Bits will be sent to a village for a rest. This references the British TV show The Prisoner.
Inconsistencies/Continuity Errors and/or Oddities
I'm sure the score to Scooby-Doo will come as a shock to everybody familiar with my reviews. It well comes as a shock to me. Breaking formula can often lead to an effervescent surprise. The two Scooby-Doo movies broke with the formula of fake monsters. The threats Scoob and the Gang faced were very real and very supernatural. This issue of Scooby-Doo breaks formula and leaves behind a smelly mess.
The first story by the usually reliable Alex Simmons "Dead & Let Spy" almost seems like a back door pilot for James Bond Jr.--a real show, I kid you not, that was completely and utterly vile. The Gang's detective skills are unnecessary since already the agency knows that the spook in question is merely a charlatan interested in world domination. The resourceful spy in the story is just too good, and he steals the spotlight from Mystery Inc. At least Robert Pope throws in a gag about the Yeti that refers back to the original series Scooby-Doo Where Are You.