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Two Heads Are Better Than None

Headless Biker chases Shag and Scoob

Two Heads Are Better Than None title card

Part of Scooby-Doo! #39
# of pages 12
Writer John Rozum
Penciler Joe Staton
Inker Dave Hunt
Colorer Paul Becton
Letterer Ryan Cline
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Two Heads Are Better Than None is a story in Scooby-Doo! #39 by DC Comics.


Shaggy competes in a bike race and faces the Headless Bicycler.


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Main characters:

Supporting characters:


Other characters:

  • Referee (single appearance)
  • Kids (single appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)


  • The Town of Yawning Gap
    • Annual Bike Racing Championship


  • TBA



Suspect Motive/reason
Brittany Bones To win the race.


Culprit Motive/reason
Mr. O'Brien as the Headless Biker To scare off the other racers, so his son wins.


  • TBA


Plot: The kibble includes a phantom bicyclist and a chocolate-covered ghost.

It's my sad duty to report that this issue of Scooby-Doo has all the meatiness of a day-old charred soup bone drained of its marrow. I shouldn't feel too disappointed. I've recommended practically each issue even when the book was published at another house. No title I suppose can have a perfect run, but this issue involves a pair of ghosts who could have spooked nobody during the woeful, cancerous Scrappy-Doo era.

What was John Rozum thinking? He knows better. He was a writer for The X-Files comic book series. He knows Kolchak on television already faced an updated Headless Horseman in the form of a spectral biker who cleaved his victims with a machete. He knows that compared to a decapitated motorcyclist, a headless bicycler is going to look pretty damn tame. He knows that Shaggy has no business entering a bike race for kids. He knows that even Shaggy shouldn't be afraid of headless Huffy-rider. Toss a big stick at the spokes, and Mr. Pumpkin-head will end up as pie.

Whereas I liked Joe Staton's sneaky tribute to Linus van Pelt, and there are two good Daphne poses by Joe Staton, even the delectable Daphne cannot save this debacle of a dirt poor race. [1]