Here are some important life lessons one might learn from cartoons. Some of these are serious, others not so much. You decide. The power is yours!Read More
Get your towels ready, it's about to go down—I'm sorry, wrong reference. Still, I think we have cause for a celebration. It was revealed that Supernatural will have a crossover with another team of ghostbusting sleuths next season: The Scooby-Doo gang.Read More
Scooby-Doo Will Return (Scooby-Doo Never Left): Dax Shepard & Warner Bros. Are Making Animated Movie
Scooby-Doo Is Dead; Long Live Scooby-Doo
Scooby Dooby Doo, where are you? Still on screens everywhere, even after all these years, because you never left and you never will.Read More
Over Twitter earlier today, the Oxford English Dictionary announced that Scooby Snacks are finally where they belong: in the dictionary. The definition shows that the OED recognizes Scooby Snack as both the actual dog treats enjoyed by Scooby, and the large, multi-tiered sandwiches devoured by Scooby, Shaggy, and others under the influence of "drinking, smoking, or drug use."Read More
Drake is more than just meme fodder, everyone, and he wants you to remember that in this monologue from last night's Saturday Night Live.Read More
If I had my way, it'd be September 30th already, and we'd all be watching Luke Cage right now. Sadly, I can't bend the space-time continuum just yet, so we'll have to make do in the meantime with some more hints from Mike Colter, who discussed the Netflix series with Comic Book Resources at the red carpet premiere of Civil War.Read More
It's not exactly #sixseasonsandamovie, so six seasons and a gag reel will have to do.Read More
DC Comics just announced a new line of comics based on the Hanna-Barbera cartoons of the '60s, such as Jonny Quest, Scooby Doo and The Flintstones. Polishing off some of the problems in stories like Scooby Doo and Jonny Quest sounds like a fun challenge -- but The Flintstones?Read More
Where would the Scooby Doo team be without Velma and Daphne? Investigating a sandwich, apparently.Read More
This first video might not be for those who easily get motion sick. But it's a pretty sweet look into what a virtual reality/first person game of Super Smash Bros. would be like.Read More
A little Ice-T makes everything better.
Ice-T's ability to make anything inherently better should be studied by science. First a Dungeons and Dragons audiobook and now a few classic cartoons have been touched by his magical vocal gift, thanks to the Tonight Show.Read More
New York Comic Con kicks off this Thursday, and in theory if you've decided to cosplay then you have your costume mostly done by this point. But you and I, fellow procrastinators, know better. Sometimes you want to go as something, but you have neither the money nor the time to rig up a steampunk Harley Quinn outfit or some genderswapped Monterey Jack from Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers duds. Enter closet cosplay: The last vestige of the casual, lazy, cheap, and/or pressed-for-time cosplayer.Read More
All the scary portrait side-eye in the world, Warner Bros.
Zoinks. For a franchise obsessed with scarfing Dagwood Sandwiches, you'd think the new Scooby Doo movie might have more realistic portrayals of the female body than oh, you, know, Marvel. Scoob's straight-to-DVD Frankencreepy was released yesterday, and damn... crime-solving women are hard to animate, I guess?Read More
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!Read More
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.Read More
Not all that glitters is gold
Things We Saw Today
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.Read More