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Scooby sings the blues as a heavy metal ghost haunts his own recording studio!
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- Morty Swank (single appearance)
- 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)
|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.|
|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.|
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.