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Scooby-Doo

  1. Wonder Woman is Teaming Up With Scooby Doo Because Of Course She Is

    Ready yourselves, cosplayers.

    I'll be honest -- I'm not entirely that interested in the Scooby Doo Team Up DC crossovers for the most part. Usually when I come across one, I read the issue description, think, "But there's no Harlem Globetrotters!" and move on. But not this day, friends. On this day, I find myself gazing upon Velma and Daphne wearing Amazonian armor, and I am pleased. Praise be to Hippolyta!

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  2. Fan Trailer for a Grownup Scooby-Doo Movie Is So Awesome It Makes Us Wish It Was Real

    Can we please have a full movie of this?

    This trailer proves that Scooby-Doo could do very well if it was redone to appeal to an older audience who watched it as children. If you want to see Velma kicking zombies in the face and Daphne hitting people with baseball bats, this video is for you. If you don't, ask yourself why you have no joy in your life.

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  3. Art Project Tails You Lose Transforms Queen Elizabeth Into X-Men, Leela and Other Pop Culture Icons

    Not all that glitters is gold

    Of course it's not just Queen Elizabeth, it's also pretty much anything or anyone who graces the face of a coin in Europe, from Italy to the Netherlands, and from Turkey to Spain; from X-Men to Futurama, from Hammer Horror to Miyazaki. We've featured a few of them here, but be sure to check out the rest of Andre Levy's work on Tumblr or Facebook.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: You Can Buy Matt Smith’s Car on eBay

    Things We Saw Today

    On one hand, I'm pretty sure Matt Smith's first car can't travel through time, but on the other, you can't buy the TARDIS on eBay. Not the real one, anyway. (Nerd Approved)

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  5. Coran Stone’s Fan Art Mixes, Mashes, & Updates Classic Genre Characters

    eye candy

    Coran "Kizer" Stone has a vivid imagination that includes viewing the Scoobie Doo gang as Ghostbusters, a Tintin/Dick Tracey team up, and as you can see here, a military-esque Princess Peach. I'm loving these alternate histories. Check out all that, plus a redesigned Wonder Woman, Carrie Kelley, and a whole lot more...

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  6. Remember That Time Scooby-Doo Crossed Over With Twin Peaks? [VIDEO]

    G-G-G-Ghooooosts!

    No? It happened recently in Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated. Scooby falls asleep and finds himself in the Red Room, where the Man From Another Place (voiced by Michael J. Anderson, a.ka. the actor who actually played the Man From Another Place) shows up to warm him about… I don't even know. I was too busy being terrified. If you've ever wondered whether animation and the presence of a goofy dog make the Red Room less creepy, the answer is yes, but only slightly. Another Twin Peaks-inspired scene from later in the season—yes, two different episodes of Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated have had Twin Peaks homages—is behind the cut. I want to find the people responsible for this and shake their hands.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Benedict Cumberbatch as Various Pokémon

    Things We Saw Today

    Presented without comment from the Pokebatchichooseyou Tumblr. (via Kotaku) 

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  8. 8 Great Monster Hunters

    Power Grid

    Depending on which universe you live in, monster hunting can be lucrative business. Or not so lucrative, as the Ghostbusters have discovered from time to time. Monsters are, well, monstrous, and not many people can claim affection for them. So what’s a person to do? Kill them, of course! Some of the hunters we've included on this list work for an organization and/or get paid for their trouble, but most hunt down creatures of the night for revenge, for fun, or for some combination of both.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Jonathan Frakes As Captain America

    Things We Saw Today

    No, this is not a retro-fied picture of the Avengers shoot that's taking place in New York City. Because that man in the Captain America suit is none other than Star Trek: The Next Generation's Jonathan Frakes, who worked for Marvel in the 1970s. Amy Ratcliffe believes she has confirmed this by Mr. Frakes' cleft chin. We stand by her conclusion. (at Geeks With Curves)

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  10. Not April Fools: Scooby-Doo On Batman: The Brave and the Bold

    Yes. Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes. Yes.

    Batman: The Brave and the Bold is sort of like that Scooby-Doo series where there was always some kind of fictional or celebrity guest star, except instead of celebrities it's literally every character in the DC Universe. Yes, even that one. And him, too. And her. So it was inevitable that since Batman and Robin guest starred in an episode of The New Scooby-Doo Movies, then the Scooby gang would eventually star in Brave and the Bold and now we know exactly how it goes down:

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