Scooby-Doo Discussion

Do you have Arabian Knights in your library?

I actually found it at a library in college and just had to see the work that temporarily killed the franchise.

I’ll check it out. I’ve recently grown to dislike the newer movies! They started off really good with Abracadabra, Camp Scare, etc and somewhere along the lines they just got corny and not in a good/fun way. It’s almost like the franchise doesn’t take itself seriously when before they could still be silly and goofy while also taking the mystery and characters seriously. I guess they’re targeting a younger demographic but Scoobby-Doo should be for everybody, not just 5 year olds.

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It is not in my library but looking at the trailer I can see how some people wouldn’t like it. The art style looks a bit like “Pup named Scooby-Doo“.

I try not to take this stuff to seriously. I love the characters, the premise the music, the tropes. The franchise gets interpreted by lots of different writers, directors and producers, it’s bound to change story to story. There are definitely ones I consider better than others. I really can’t think of one I really dislike.

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Looks like the Ravens are going to be playing Happy Halloween, Scooby-Doo on the big screen in their Stadium on Oct. 21.

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I enjoy Scooby Doo, I love the Scoobynatural crossover and when they met Johnny Bravo.

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Oh I remember when they met Johnny Bravo too :joy::joy:

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What’s everyone’s favorite chase scenes from Scooby-Doo? My top 3 would have to be:

  • A Night of Fright is No Delight
  • Jeepers, It’s the Creeper
  • Haunted House Hang Up

And what are everyone’s favorite monsters?

Jinkies, is that a breakfast cereal?

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I could go for a Ghoul School, Witch’s Ghost, and Zombie Island rewatch right now … :eyes:

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When the monster chased Scooby, Shaggy, and Harry during their Vincent Van Ghoul marathon.

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It was the Phantom from Who Fears the Phantom? Mystery Incorporated. The only episode of the series to include a classic chase scene.

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Watched the Sword and the Scoob animated movie. I liked it.

There have been about a million commercials for it on every Cartoon Network on-demand show that I’ve watched over the two weeks.

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I have not seen that one yet. It is cool how many of these movies they produce.

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