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Tune Goon

Shag and Scoob meet Ghost of Darth Demon

Tune Goon title card

Part of Scooby-Doo! #47
# of pages 10
Writer Scott Cunningham
Penciler Karen Matchette
Inker Karen Matchette
Colorer Paul Becton
Letterer Ryan Cline
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Tune Goon is a story in Scooby-Doo! #47 by DC Comics.


Scooby sings the blues as a heavy metal ghost haunts his own recording studio!


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Main characters:

Supporting characters:


  • Ghost of Darth Demon (single appearance)(Larry's disguise)
  • Larry (single appearance)(redeemed)
  • Phil Cash (single appearance)
  • 32 B'LO (single appearance)(redeemed)
    • Bobby-O (single appearance)(redeemed)
    • Marky-O (single appearance)(redeemed)
    • Stevie-O (single appearance)(redeemed)

Other characters:

  • Rocko (single appearance)
  • Darth Demon (single appearance)(cardboard standup)(deceased)



  • TBA


  • None


Suspect Motive/reason
Morty Swank Suspicious manner.
Larry As Darth Demon's old roadie he would know enough about him to pull off a stunt like this.
Phil Cash He ordered the gang to stay out of his way.
Rocko Aggressive attitude.


Culprit Motive/reason
Larry as the Ghost of Darth Demon He was trying to get everyone to discover the fact that 32 B'LO were frauds, and that Phil Cash was the mastermind behind all of this.
Phil Cash It turns out that he was putting together all his groups with boys from modelling agencies, like 32 B'LO, so that he could make a whole bundle of cold hard cash.
32 B'LO

The gang found out that they were fakes from a modelling agency, who didn't sing their own songs.


  • This incarnation of Daphne must have at least one sibling, as she mentions having a young neice who is a fan of 32 B'LO's music.


In the second mystery, Karen Machette pencils the Gang in a sort of Calvin and Hobbes comic strip form while inking in a style common in among the underground genre. Her technique is never aesthetically unappealing, but it is different from the dead-on Joe Staton, Dan Spiegleclassics. The real problem I have with the story is Freddie's use of a bear trap to snare the "ghost." That's the kind of bloodthirsty behavior I expect from Richard Wentworth a.k.a. The Spider. [1]