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Episode Info Edit

Episode How Do The Monsters Doo It?
Series Scooby Doo Sparks
Written by {{{writtenby}}}
Air Date {{{airdate}}}
Chronlogy
Previous Episode It's A Ghost Ship
Next Episode Danger In Mesopotamia

How Do The Monsters Do It? is the forty-fifth episode of Scooby Doo Sparks. It is loosely based on the story from the third issue of Scooby-Doo! Team-Up, Two Mites Make It Wrong and thus features Batman and Robin. The plot was modified to focus on Mystery, Inc. finding out who is selling costumes to the criminals they catch because it was thought that Bat-Mite and Scooby-Mite were a waste of time.

PremiseEdit

As of the end of the previous episode, Mystery, Inc. is now an independent mystery-solving organization again. However, its members have had a thought come into their head. How did those crooks they exposed get the disguises they used? They decide to investigate that. The trail ends up leading to Gotham City where Batman and Robin offer their assistance. The trail leads to the Spook and False-Face, but can they catch them before they get away?

SynopsisEdit

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SuspectsEdit

Suspects Motive/reason
Spook He uses tricks to make himself seem like a ghost.
False-Face He is a master of disguise.

CulpritsEdit

Culprits Motive/reason
Val Kaliban as the Spook with False-Face helping him. They had retired from crime and started selling costumes to criminals, not knowing that that makes them guilty of assisting criminals.

TriviaEdit

  • This episode is the backdoor pilot for a spin-off series starring Batman and Robin.
  • The members of Mystery, Inc. also learn the secret identities of Batman and Robin in this episode.

LocationEdit

  • Gotham, City, NJ

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