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Mystery Inc. comes to the aid of a pop star who's about to become a fashion victim… literally!
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- Haunted outfits (single appearance)(no lines)(projection)
- Mr. Glucchi (single appearance)
- Mr. Vasini (single appearance)
- Ashley Stunn's fans (single appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)
- Kidd's Bavarian owner (single appearance)
- Security guards (single appearance)
- Announcer (single appearance)
- Models (single appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)
- Police officers (single appearance)(no lines)
- Kidd's Bavarian
- Civic Center
- The Mystery Machine
|Tim Goodfiger||Claimed the haunted outfits are his fault because he signed his contract with a haunted pen.|
|Mr. Vasini||He was the one who gave Tim Goodfiger the supposedly haunted pen.|
|Mr. Glucchi||To force Ashley Stunn to take him back as her designer.|
|Mr. Vasini using a projection to create the haunted outfits||Bribed by Mr. Glucchi.|
The next mystery by Barney Topper is painful to read. It's like a spine-tingler for stupid children. Did anybody inform Mr. Topper that sometimes adults enjoy a good Scooby-Doo puzzler? Well, folks, we've got haunted fashion here, and really, can it get any sillier? I suppose you can create a story where Joel Schumacher is haunted by leathery nipples, but still. The second cartoon offers a dearth of entertainment value.
Dan DeCarlo, the creator of Josie and the Pussycats, seems extremely bored with Mr. Topper's story. It's not his best work and only picks up when Ashley Stunn--a terrible pun--makes an appearance. Mr. DeCarlo has a talent for drawing young women in a cartoon style that's simply unparalleled.