Scooby Doo Where Are You #91

DC Comics: March 14, 2018   Writer: Derek Fridolfs   Art: Randy Elliott   Cover: Derek Fridolfs  

Cover Price: $2.99   UPC: 76194129812209111   Diamond ID: JAN180373   GCIN: 989593

Why is Fred always hungry, while Shaggy has nothing but traps on his mind? And why is Velma concerned with what to wear, while Daphne is consumed with books? What is the mystery behind our gang acting so unfamiliar, and can Scooby save the day? All will be answered once you fall under the spell of?the Hypno-Haunt!

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