Scooby Apocalypse Also Canceled in April

By any conventional wisdom, Scooby Apocalypse, a weird take on the Scooby Doo mythos featuring a hipster shaggy amongst other offbeat creative choices, should have lasted no more than six issues. But the title has run for three years since launching in 2016. Sadly, readers will be asking: Scooby Apocalypse, where are you? after April, as it's coming to an end that month, as revealed by DC solicits leaked on 4chan. April sees the release of Scooby Apocalypse #36, rounding things off with a nice even number for the series final issue. Scooby Apocalypse joins Titans and Damage in DC's April casualties.

We'll miss you, you strange as hell Scooby Doo comic!

Check out the solicit below.

Scooby Apocalypse #36
written by J.M. DeMatteis and Heath Corson
art by Patrick Oliffe, Tom Palmer and Gus Vazquez
cover by Patrick Oliffe and Tom Palmer
variant cover by Mirka Andolfo
Don't miss the series finale! It's the end of the road for the Mystery Machine! With their mall headquarters destroyed, Daphne, Shaggy, Velma, Scooby-Doo, and, yes, Scrapy-Doo prepare for their final battle with the Nanite King. will the resurrected Fred Jones be the key to humanity's redemption– or its annihilation? And in the final chapter of our Atom Ant epic, all of our guest stars vote on who gets to join the Justice League!
On Sale 04.10.19
$3.99 US | 32 Pages
FC | Rated T
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Scooby Apocalypse Also Canceled in April

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