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Google goes trick-or-treating with Scooby Doo

Google goes trick-or-treating with Scooby Doo
Google's Scooby Doo Hallowe'en Logo

Google's Scooby Doo Hallowe'en Logo

Google is celebrating Hallowe’en this year with an interactive Scooby Doo comic in place of their logo.

The comic is split into five frames each of which features Scooby, Freddie, Daphne, Velma, and Shaggy. Thankfully Scrappy-Doo doesn’t make an appearance.

In the comic we see two trick-or-treaters being chased by a ghost but, thankfully, Scooby and the gang are on hand to investigate.

Check it out over at Google UK

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