|This needs a stretch.|
|It's a Wrap|
|Release date||March 2000|
|Part of||Scooby-Doo! #32|
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|Next||The Library Lurker|
A film set is being terrorized by an angry mummy.
- Film set
|Todd Hunks||He was nowhere to be seen on the set of "The Mummy's Tomb".|
|Crash Carson||He had reason to believe that the bad luck happening around the set, was the cause of a Pharoah's curse and that King Phutt's glowing mummy ghost didn't want this film to be made at all.|
|Splash Downing||He was Todd Hunks's regular stuntman, and he might have wanted to get revenge for being replaced as the stuntman.|
|Splash Downing as the Mummy||He was the original stuntman, injured in an accident. He didn't want the film made without him.|
Both Dan Abnett and John Rozum fooled me with clever Scooby-Doo mysteries. Each possesses an unexpected twist. Artist Joe Staton beautifully captures the gang and increases the image of terror emanating from the mummy in question. Mr. Abnett's usual partner Anthony Williams is less successful in the creation of scary monsters, but his Daphne is delectable.