When the case is really wild, there is only one call that the Dark Knight makes: to the Scooby-Doo crew!
The new series will introduce a new supporting cast of characters and a new mission: to find, compete in, and win the League of Lazarus tournament.
The genre-bending and satirical film based on the novel by E. M. Rauch immediately became a cult classic upon its release in 1984 and loyal fans have been craving more ever since he returned from the 8th Dimension.
Having already built his initial Hellboy title into an entire Mignolaverse, Mike Mignola and frequent collaborator Christopher Golden are about to stretch their Baltimore and Joe Golum series into an expansive shared universe at Dark Horse Comics.
Writers/creators Joe Aubrey and Eric Peterson spoke to us about the new series, the fine artists they are working with, and what it is like to be on the Humanoids label in this exclusive interview.
If you are looking for an atypical start to the television extension of the Marvel Universe, and you longed for a deeper examination of the lynchpins of those classic Avengers stories from the source material, you may just be in luck.