Scooby-Doo Team-Up #3 Review #2


A magical imp is causing havoc in Gotham City, and the Dynamic Duo is looking for help from Scooby and the gang! But when Scooby gets his own “greatest fan” from the Fifth Dimension, can even Batman, Robin, and Mystery Inc. outwit two unpredictable imps to deal with the spooky, magical hijinks of…Scooby-Mite?!


Okay, this issue may have jumped the shark just a little…

I don’t completely hate Bat-Mite{even if he is the Scrappy-Doo of the Batman universe}. But Scooby-Mite? That might be taking thing a little too far. If I thought the idea of WWE City was ridiculous, the idea of “Scooby’s Biggest Fan” is even more so.  Admittedly I didn’t hate this issue but it definitely goes downhill when Scooby-Mite shows up. A lot of the time is spent with Bat-Mite and Scooby-Mite arguing over which hero is better, which while it leads to some nice moments, it’s not that interesting.

The idea of Bat-Mite turning the old monster costumes into real monsters was pretty fun. In fact, most everything up until Scooby-Mite shows up is pretty good. I loved Bat-Mite’s joke about heroes having to fight before they teamed up. The one thing I found really funny was the ending with Robin having his own biggest fan named Larry. That cracked me up for some reason.


Maybe I’m being a little too harsh on this issue considering I was expecting this issue to be ridiculous. But overall it’s a weak issue with a few funny moments here and there. Scooby-Mite should be left ito expanded universe canon in my opinion. 2.5/5.


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