Scooby Apocalypse

Scooby Apocalypse
Date 2016
Publisher DC Comics
Creative team
Writer Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis
Artist Howard Porter
Original publication
Published in Scooby Apocalypse
Issues 7 (as of December 2016)
Date of publication May 2016 – present

Scooby Apocalypse is a monthly comic-book series published by DC Comics, starting in May 2016. It reimagines the characters from the Scooby-Doo franchise, particularly the 1969 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! TV series, setting the characters in a post-Apocalyptic world.[1][2][3][4][5]

Unlike previous titles, which are all-ages, this title has a teen plus rating.

The comic was conceived by DC Comics co-publisher and artist, Jim Lee, as part of a major reboot using Hanna-Barbera characters, in order to create a new Hanna-Barbera comic book universe.[6] Jim Lee worked on the first issue's cover and several more after that (before interior artist, Howard Porter took over).


“Those meddling kids” and their Mystery Machine are at the center of a well-meaning experiment gone wrong and they’ll need to bring all of their mystery solving skills to bear (along with plenty of Scooby Snacks), to find a cure for a world full of mutated creatures infected by a nanite virus that enhances their fears, terrors and baser instincts.[6] This time, the horrors are real in this apocalyptic near-future badland![7]


Main characters

Recurring characters


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