|What's missing, Scoobypedia?|
|The Fright Aquatic|
|Release date||October 2005|
|Part of||Scooby-Doo! #99|
|Letters||Nick J. Napolitano|
|Previous||Driving Me Batty!|
Undersea treasure hunters are threatened by a gigantic monster from the depths.
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|Cookie the chef|
- Sea Monster of "The Plebian"
|Ivan||Knew all about the sea monster. Velma noticed a mysterious but pretty tattoo on his stomach.|
|Dr. Malutu||Velma thought she was quite a whiz with repairing Cookie's oven in the kitchen.|
|Cookie the chef||His ruined cookbook that belonged to his grandma had the same symbol on the cover as Ivan's stomach.|
| Ivan as the brain behind all this|
A robot built by Dr. Malutu as the Sea Monster of The Plebian
Cookie the chef as the top accomplice
The rest of the crew as the other accomplices
|The treasure that Captain Moray had recovered was actually a national treasure that was stolen from Dr. Malutu's, Ivan's, Cookie's and the rest of the crew's homeland.|
- African Sea
- Resting Place of "The Plebian"
- S.S. Anderson research ship
- Cookie's kitchen
- Upper deck
I'm sure I've said this before, but when it comes to worth for money, nothing compares to Scooby-Doo. First, you get two stories buffered by two puzzles. All the characters are bound to look and act like themselves. Comedy and mystery combine for a confection of cartoon goodness. There are absolutely no acts of betrayal or mind-wiping to be found in these pages. "Rust Rookie Riping. Rhee-Rhee-Rhee!"
Joe Staton provides a damn fine monster in the first tale with a nice twist by writer Robbie Busch to the fairplay formula. Action-packed, the mystery also creates a credible threat and deeper than expected characterization to the suspects of the crime.