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Casey Kasem, the man behind one of the most famous voices on radio and television from the '70s through the 2000s, has died after a long battle with Parkinson's and dementia. He was 82.

"Even though we know he is in a better place and no longer suffering, we are heartbroken," said his daughter Kerri Kasem via social media. "The world will miss Casey Kasem, an incredible talent and humanitarian; we will miss our dad."

Kasem was best known as the host of American Top 40, the weekly countdown show that he co-founded in 1970 and hosted from 1970 through 1989, when he was succeeded by Shadoe Stevens. At the time, Kasem left ABC Radio Networks for Westwood One to host a new version of his weekly show re-titled Casey's Top 40 With Casey Kasem for a deal worth $17 million over five years, making him one of the highest-paid voices on radio.


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In this issue, the gang tangles with a transportation pod, a not-so-scary scarecrow, and  then they learn how to use an animation camera.


Scans under the cut... )
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This picture is trying to mimic the gang's silly dance moves in the original Scooby Doo: Where Are You cartoon. Here's a handy gif to refresh your memory:


Doodles under the cut.... )
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In this issue the gang fixes a haunted apartment building, they solve they mystery behind lemonade, and Dynomutt learns the hard way that fanboys can be jerks. And then Yogi Bear gives us a lesson on the animation process.


Scans under the cut.... )


As always, I don't mind if people use these scans to make icons or whatever (I can't claim "ownership" of a book with characters that clearly aren't mine just because I scanned it). But credit would be much appreciated if you do opt to use them or show them off elsewhere. Thanks!
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This issue is my new personal favorite! Mainly because it gives us a great insight into Daphne's character, the girls' relationship, and it does a surprisingly awesome job with a tired sexist story trope!


First up, the gang gets roped into an adventure with Candidate Dracula! And Scooby Doo gets political!

Scans under the cut.... )



This next story is just AWESOME. It's a Daphne-centric plot where she enters a beauty pageant. That description may sound lame. But this actually succeeds at being a great story, an insight into Daphne's character, and most importantly...
...it's a story centered on Daphne's good looks that doesn't exploit Daphne OR denigrate Velma!! That's right, a Scooby Doo comic published in 1974 is more realistic and respectful in it's treatment of female characters than a certain other Scooby cartoon that aired just a few weeks ago!!


Girl power under the cut..... )
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In this issue the gang contends with an Egyptian mummy, Scooby Doo busts up a counterfeiting ring, and Dyno Mutt and Blue Falcon help contain a jail break.

Plus, a couple more bizarre old advertisements!

Scans under the cut..... )

As always, I don't mind if people use these scans to make icons or whatever (I can't claim "ownership" of a book with characters that clearly aren't mine just because I scanned it). But credit would be much appreciated if you do opt to use them or show them off elsewhere. Thanks!
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In this issue the gang battles with King Neptune, Scooby becomes the star of his own reality show 30 years before reality shows were a thing, and Dynomutt dons a Hugh Heffner costume.

Plus the return of the horribly inappropriate 70s advertisements!

Scans under the cut..... )


As always, I don't mind if people use these scans to make icons or whatever (I can't claim "ownership" of a book with characters that clearly aren't mine just because I scanned it). But credit would be much appreciated if you do opt to use them or show them off elsewhere. Thanks!
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In this issue the gang meets President Abe Lincoln (or DO they?) and then they visit the circus. After that, Blue Falcon and Dynomutt contend with a man equipped with a crotch laser.


Scans under the cut...... )

As always, I don't mind if people use these scans to make icons or whatever (I can't claim "ownership" of a book with characters that clearly aren't mine just because I scanned it). But credit would be much appreciated if you do opt to use them or show them off elsewhere. Thanks!

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In this issue, the gang crashes their van into an ice cream factory, Scooby decides he wants to be a singer at the worst possible time, and Blue Falcon & Dynomut face off against an unexpected villain.



Scans under the cut..... )



As always, I don't mind if people use these scans to make icons or whatever (I can't claim "ownership" of a book with characters that clearly aren't mine just because I scanned it). But credit would be much appreciated if you do opt to use them or show them off elsewhere. Thanks!

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