Scott has worked for MANY comic companies and written for several titles over the years. Here are but a few of the NICER reviews!

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Scooby-Doo #131 Review – Line of Fire Reviews – Comics Bulletin
Scott Cunningham’s “The Toxic Troll” neatly addresses environmental crime without losing the formula for Scooby-Doo fun. The Gang are in high spirits. …

Scooby-Doo #108 Review – Line of Fire Reviews – Comics Bulletin
“Field of Screams” by Scott Cunningham takes the reader back to basics. The arena here is a Little League game, and the “ghost” beautifully designed by …

Scooby-Doo #64 Review – Line of Fire Reviews – Comics Bulletin
Writers: Scott Cunningham; John Rozum Artists: Anthony Williams(p), … In the first story, Scott Cunningham comes up with a plausible means to excuse the …

Scooby-Doo #122 Review – Line of Fire Reviews – Comics Bulletin
The first story by Scott Cunningham tours the Gang to Philly for a viewing of the Liberty Bell. Before you can say “let freedom ring” Cunningham and …

Scooby-Doo #110 Review – Line of Fire Reviews – Comics Bulletin
Short gags by writers Scott Cunningham and David Kravitz with artists Scott Jeralds and Dan Davis fill up the remaining pages. Both these vignettes act as …

Looney Tunes #111 Review – Line of Fire Reviews – Comics Bulletin
Scott Cunningham in the first story takes Bugs back to Scotland for an encounter of the Nessie kind. Mr. Cunningham follows the Chuck Jones philosophy of …

Looney Tunes #132 Review – Line of Fire Reviews – Comics Bulletin
For “Tango Tangle” Scott Cunningham combines Bugs Bunny motifs to step into an original arena for a battle of wit against witless. …