The show opens with the Mystery Inc gang teamed with Batman and Robin to solve a riddle that's been ongoing since 1969 - who provides the costumes for all the evil janitors and fairground park owners they encounter? The answer amusingly cements Scooby-Doo and Batman continuities by bringing back a couple of decidedly non-classic Gotham baddies.
No wonder they've been so quiet over the years! The original Scooby Gang can't resist a spot of unmasking and things get very strange, very quickly. Cue 'Batman's biggest fan' Bat-Mite, the magical imp. There follows all sorts of genuinely funny nonsense, as writer Sholly Fisch masterfully balances self-awareness with a simple love of all things Bat and Great Dane.
Dario Brizuela's art is bright and breezy, with everyone the essence of their classic selves, and it's easy to imagine the action 'live' on screen. A world of colour is provided by Franco Riesco, with wonderfully well-chosen tones that make the world of Scooby-Doo and Batman terribly inviting. Saida Temofonte's lettering sits nicely atop the artwork, always adding to the fun feel.
Editors Kristy Quinn and Jessica Chen are running a brilliantly entertaining all-ages comic here, and it hope it runs forever.