Scooby-Doo comics available for free for a limited time

Digital copies of Scooby-Doo comics are available for free for a limited time.

Everyone’s favorite Great Dane detective Scooby-Doo is having a resurgence thanks to the new movie Scoob, and for a limited time Scooby-Doo comics are available for free.

Digital copies of Scooby-Doo (1997-2010, issues 33-84), Scooby-Doo Team-Up (2013 to present, issues 1-99 and volumes 1-6) and Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? (2010 to present, issues 40-103) are available for free until September 7.

These free Scooby-Doo comics will be available at various outlets, including the DC Universe app (which also houses the Titans TV series), Amazon Kindle, ComiXology and Apple Books.

In The Team-Up issues, the gang allies itself with various heroes from the DC pantheon (though we are unsure if this includes the canine ones like Krypto the Superdog or Ace the Bat-Hound).

First created in 1969 by Jack Ruby and Ken Spears, Scooby-Doo has been featured over the years in many cartoon series, the recent CGI feature Scoob (which we reviewed, and also conducted a fan review for), and in two live-action movies starring Buffy the Vampire Slayer‘s Sarah Michelle Gellar as Daphne and Avengers: Age of Ultron‘s Linda Cardellini as Velma.

Along the way, his human friends at Mystery Inc have also been along for the adventures: his owner Shaggy Rogers, the sophisticated Daphne Blake, the dapper Fred Jones, and the intelligent Velma Dinkley.

Scooby also has a nephew sidekick named Scrappy-Doo, who was unfortunately left out of the new movie, which is supposed to kickstart a Hanna-Barberra Cinematic Universe.

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Other dogs that are or should be part of this new and expanding universe include the superheroic robotic canine Dynomutt (voiced by Ken Jeong) and Muttley, sidekick of the villainous Dick Dastardly.

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