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A pop star gets a spooky scare at his homecoming concert in Puerto Rico!
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- Marty Henrique (single appearance)
- Anita Valera (single appearance)
- Cheeks Jimenez (single appearance)
- El Estorbar (single appearance)(Ronaldo Morales' disguise)
- Ronaldo Morales (single appearance)(redeemed)
- Marty Henrique's fans (single appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)
- José (single appearance)
|Anita Valera||Upset that she and Marty never spend time together ever since he became a superstar.|
|Cheeks Jimenez||He was annoyed by Marty's fans.|
|Ronaldo Morales as El Estorbar||He couldn't stand to see Marty succeed when he felt so left behind, so he tried to scare him into early retirement.|
Mr. Griep Jr.'s welcome return to Scooby-Doo includes a subversive deflection of the formula. Daphne and the guest-star have a history: one judging by Ms. Matchette's hilarious Daphne-expression that seems more resonant to him than her. This misinterpretation also leads to a warm reconciliation at the end of the story.
Scooby and Shaggy manage to outmaneuver Fred, and they remember their past adventures. The story doesn't seem to just take place from scratch without any recognition of what's gone before. The story however thwarts their plans to say safe and unafraid.
The mystery is a clever romp with the identity of the monster concealed in the dialogue--the only common trait shared by both shorts--and what most would consider a throwaway scene. In other words, this issue gives everything for which you can wish in a comic book whose value far exceeds its price.