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- Madame Regresso (single appearance)(Mr. Coby's disguise)
- Mr. Coby (single appearance)
- Computer nerd (single appearance)
- People in costumes (single appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)
- Jack Bivouac (single appearance)(no lines)(projection)
- Trudy Stinestein (single appearance)(no lines)(projection)
- Lord of the Jungle (single appearance)(no lines)(projection)
- Atalanta (single appearance)(no lines)(projection)
- Saber-toothed dane (single appearance)
- Police officer (single appearance)(no lines)
- Vision screen
- Chicken wing (projection)
- Like, Howl (projection)
- Bananas (projection)
- Special computer
- The Mystery Machine
- The Hep Mobile (projection)
- The Movable Feast (projection)
- Mysteria Makina (projection)
|Mr. Coby as Madame Regresso||To bring in more business for his costume shop.|
|Computer nerd operating a computer disguised as Madame Regresso's vision screen.||Aided Mr. Coby in his scam.|
The following credits try to match how they are displayed in the comic as much as possible:
- Story: Chris Duffy
- Art & Lettering: Tim Harkins
- Coloring: Trish Mulvihill
- Edited By: Bronwyn Taggart
- This is the first comic story (since Archie Comics' Hanna-Barbera Presents #5) to explicitly place it in Coolsville, the gang's home town established in the TV series, A Pup Named Scooby-Doo.
- Ironically, after the culprit is apprehended and his scam is exposed, while Mr. Coby and the nerd are arrested, the Scooby gang is actually contemplating about their supposed past lives.
- Presumably, out of respect for people's deeply held beliefs or if kids were interested, the issue contains an editor's note about the serious aspect of religions who believe in reincarnation, and makes note that their goals are to attain a path of righteousness to the point where they will no longer be reborn.
- Disguises: None.
- "Ruh-roh" count: 0.
- "Zoinks" count: 1.
- "Jinkies" count: 1.
- "Jeepers" count: 0.
- None known.
Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- Nedley Blake, Daphne's father, looks a lot different in this story than in his cartoon appearances. He looks similar to this, but with whiter hair, in Six is a Crowd.