In 2010 Warner Bros Animation teamed up with the Cartoon Network to produce the eleventh, and possibly the best personification of Scooby-Doo and the gang, in a two season series that basically works as a prequel to the original 1960’s Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?
When person embarks on making any kind of murder mystery one must ask such questions as, “What makes my thriller about a crazed killer stand out from others of its kind? Does the movie have a brilliant but eccentric detective? Is the hero/heroine a spunky and resourceful fighter?
What if Batman was on the trail of Jack the Ripper? This was the idea that writer Brain Augustyn and artist Mike Mignola brought forth back in 1989 in what was to be DC’s first Elseworlds book (stories that take place outside the DC canon) as it placed everyone’s favorite caped crusader in the Victorian…
In 1764 France a creature that would be later called “The Beast of Gévaudan” terrorized the populace for several years, racking up over a hundred kills and even more injuries, until King Louis XV sent two professional wolf-hunters to take care of the problem.
With the moderate success of Filmation’s live action show Shazam! the studio decided to create a female counterpart to Captain Marvel but as they were unwilling to pay licensing fees for Mary Marvel a new character called Isis was created.