Read All About It!

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Read All About It!
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Part of Scooby-Doo! #156
# of pages 12
Writer Paul Kupperberg
Penciler Fabio Laguna
Inker Fabio Laguna
Colorer Heroic Age
Letterer Travis Lanham
Editor Harvey Richards
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Read All About It! is the first story in Scooby-Doo! #156 by DC Comics.


A tabloid paper publisher wants Mystery Inc. to validate an incredible story about aliens.



Shaggy Rogers
Fred Jones
Daphne Blake
Velma Dinkley
Everett T. Trusdale
Dave Segal
Army officer
Ryan and Deb Trainor
Warren Wallace


  • Mysterious Space Alien


Suspect Motive/reason
Everett T. Trusdale According, to Dave Segal, Mr. Trusdale's news company, World's Weekly News, was losing money and lots of! A good story would boost his circulation.
Dave Segal As the World's Weekly News writer breaking this story, he was a natural suspect to be one of the fakers.
Army officer He was supposedly chasing after the gang and Dave Segal, trying to get their information on the space alien's whereabouts. His Humvee had no army markings, and the ribbons on his chest included an impossible Korean war decoration.
Ryan & Deb Trainor They claimed to have seen the alien the other night while they were camping in the forest. They could have been lying.
Warren Wallace He claimed to have followed whatever was out there when he was camping with his friend, Ryan Trainor and his wife, Deb, in the other tent and he claimed he knew where the alien went to hide.


Culprit Motive/reason
Everett T. Trusdale created a phony alien story
Warren Wallace fooled his friends, the Trainors, on the camping trip with an inflatable alien.
Army officer, an actor hired by Trusdale to help build up the story.
Trusdale build up the circulation of his paper and hide that he was stealing money for himself.


  • Coolsville
    • World's Weekly News
    • Motel
      • Dave Segal's room
        • Restroom
    • Ryan and Deb Trainor's apartment building
      • Ryan and Deb Trainor's apartment
      • Stairwell
    • Forest (mentioned only)
      • Ryan and Deb Trainor's tent (mentioned only)
      • Warren Wallace's tent (mentioned only)
    • Warren Wallace's house
  • Edge of Coolsville
    • Highway rest stop over storm drain
      • Storm drain


  • This story reveals that Shaggy Rogers had a grandfather that served in the Korean War.


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