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Shaggy Rogers looks for a place to relieve himself in a haunted house, and gets a fright.
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- Haunted house
|The hissing of old pipes and the reflection of a twin-beamed flashlight in the mirror make Shaggy think he has seen a dragon.||Ordinary events.|
The usually reliable Scott Peterson circles the drain in "The Dragon in the Bathroom." There's no mystery. There's no real estate swindle. There's no creepy Mr. Kettleofish. There are just Scooby’s and Shaggy’s overactive imaginations as they seek relief. The story, what there is of it benefits from artist Vicent DePorter, who creates an eerie atmosphere through an expert use of shadows.
Short, informative vignettes and a few puzzles fill in the gaps between the two main stories, but for an all-ages title, this issue of Scooby-Doo won't even likely entertain kids.