When the comic solicitations came out for July last week, many fans began to wonder if the long-running Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? comic was cancelled when it did not appear in the solicitations. The fact that the previous month's cover art was not released until a month later than usual only provided further confusion.
Bleeding Cool has revealed the explanation for this, as well as some other news regarding the series. It seems that Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? has become a bimonthly comic and will no longer becoming out every month. Oddly, DC has also completely cancelled all orders of the Where Are You comics and placed the series on a hiatus until August. This means that #93, which was supposed to come out on May 9, will instead come out sometime in August. #94, scheduled to come out June 20, will also be pushed back to October.
This may be a bit of bad news for the Where Are You series, which if not for the change, would have made it to its 100th issue in December. Some fans have also speculated that the series may be cancelled entirely, as comics which are pushed into the bimonthly
"death" slot after a long run of monthly issues are generally cancelled, as a way to slowly phase out the series.
Currently, no other comics will be affected by this change. Scooby-Doo! Team Up and Scooby Apocalypse will still keep their normal monthly release schedules.