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Scooby is lost in a hedge-maze, and he's not alone. A monster is in there with him.
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- Fred Jones (mentioned)
- Velma Dinkley (mentioned)
- Bird (single appearance)(no lines)
- Police officers (single appearance)(no lines)
|Clyde Yew||He knew that some kind of ghoul was haunting the maze.|
|Lord Puffin||He told the gang the legend of Glogur.|
|Greaves||He was creepy and thought the legend of Glogur was foolish.|
|Lord Puffin as Glogur||He was tired of keeping the maze open but didn't want to be blamed for closing it.|
Beefing out the remainder of the book, Joe Staton emphasizes the delectable Daphne Blake in the Chris Duffy reprint "Scooby's Amaz-ing Adventure." Rick Taylor's colors, which set baby-blues in Daphne's beautiful bone structure and the soft color shades of her ensemble on the sunset splash page really make the artwork pleasing to see a second time.