Halloween Comic Fest 2014 - Scooby-Doo Team Up #1 featuring Batman (2014-) #1

Halloween Comic Fest 2014 - Scooby-Doo Team Up #1 featuring Batman (2014-) #1

Just in time for Halloween, fans of all ages can get this FREE special edition of the first issue of the fan-favorite, all-ages series that features teams-up with the Scooby-Doo gang and the greatest heroes of the DC Comics Universe! Rumors of a giant bat-creature bring Scooby and the gang on the run--but Batman and Robin are already on the trail of their old foe, the monstrous Man-Bat. Before long, the crooks behind a fake bat-creature will come face to face with the real thing… with the good guys caught in the middle!

Title:Halloween Comic Fest 2014 - Scooby-Doo Team Up #1 featuring Batman (2014-) #1
Edition Language:English
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    Halloween Comic Fest 2014 - Scooby-Doo Team Up #1 featuring Batman (2014-) #1 Reviews

  • Courtney

    Good for fans of the old TV series, I'd say - Batman's portrayal here 'sounds' a lot like his Adam West incarnation to me. Also good for anyone feeling nostalgic about the old Scooby Doo shows as the ...

  • David Caldwell

    I remember Scooby-Doo and the gang teaming up with Batman and Robin way back when I was much younger. So, when I saw this free download of them teaming up, I decided to take a trip back down memory la...

  • Christina

    This you can tell is some of the older art style since in the newer styles Batman doesn't smile at anyone....

  • Kirsten Royal

    Batman and Robin meet the Gang againI choose this book to be rated because it has a lot of suspense. It's very exciting to read.What disliked I had for the book was the fact that it needs more. So lik...

  • Yvonne Hunt

    I like a comic book can make fun of itselfThe overall story was very much in line with the standard Scooby Doo style mystery. There were a couple times when both Batman and Robin and the Scooby Doo ga...

  • Carolyn

    My dad worked for DC while I was growing up so I would frequently get free copies of their "kid's comics"- mostly based on Cartoon Network shows of the late 90s. This comic reminded me of my childhood...

  • PAUL CHIODO

    A fun comic bookWhat can I say about a Scooby Doo/Batman comic. It's juvenile, but that's what they're going for, right? It's for children to read. Typical Scooby Doo/Batman format. I like both cartoo...

  • Sue

    Thought I read a comic book for a change. Used to love both teams in this one. Have to say not a great combo. One or the other would have been best, but it was a freebie.Look forward to reading more c...

  • Blackfeltfedora

    TerribleThis was lame and had zero plot. It was lame and bat man and robin might as well been Easter eggs. This book is lame and should not be read by Harry potter fans. It is not detailed and the thr...

  • Stephen

    Obviously, this is one of those books you can absolutely judge by its cover. It's a great mix of Silver Age style Batman and Robin (with the Bronze age Man-Bat as a villain/McGuffin) and classic Scoob...