New Details & Trailer for “Curse of the Speed Demon”


IGN has revealed the first trailer and official release date for Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon. Speed Demon will be released on Blu-ray. DVD, and Digital HD on August 9th, and will include two bonus episodes and a behind-the-scenes segment featuring Scooby-Doo Monster Jam truck drivers.

iTunes has detailed the full cast as well. The movie will feature a array of WWE stars, including:

Michael Cole
El Torito
Kofi Kingston
Stephanie McMahon
The Miz
Dusty Rhodes
Triple H
Mr. McMahon

iTunes also lists Kate Micucci as the voice of Velma, despite the fact that Mindy Cohn tweeted last year that she would continue to voice Velma in the DTV movies.

It’s pedal to the metal as Scooby-Doo, Shaggy and the gang team up with the superstars of WWE in this hi-octane, original movie! When Scooby and Mystery Inc. visit an off-road racing competition, it’s not long before strange events start to occur. A mysterious phantom racer, known only as Inferno, is causing chaos and determined to sabotage the race. It’s up Scooby-Doo, Shaggy and their new driving partner, The Undertaker, to save the race and solve the mystery. Along with other WWE superstars such as Triple H, Paige and Sheamus, it’s time to start your engine and your appetite because Scooby-Doo and WWE are chasing down adventure and laughs just for you!



Scooby Apocalypse #1 Review


Scooby Apocalypse #1
Written by: J.M. DeMatteis, Keith Giffen
Story, Jim Lee, Keith Griffen
Art: Howard Porter

Scooby Apocalypse, the centerpiece of DC’S new Hanna-Barbera Beyond line, aims to take Scooby & the gang to new heights. But is it worth your money? Let’s find out!

Velma Dinkley is part of a privately funded organization who is developing a techno-virus that infects people with nanites, weeding out their baser instincts and creating a more peaceful world. But the other scientists have more sinister motives. They plan on using the virus to destroy the population instead. Dinkley, planning on to blow the whistle on the organization’s plans, goes to meet with Daphne, star of the failing reality show Daphne Blake’s Mysterious Mysteries, and her cameraman Fred Jones. But Fred mistakes Velma for a mole person and knocks her out. Meanwhile Scooby-Doo and his handler Norville “Shaggy” Rogers are having a night out at the local Blazing Man festival. Scooby is part of a experiment that aims to create intelligent dogs for the military. But Scooby is considered to be a failure because he never developed the killer instincts the military was looking for. Scooby, sensing Velma is in trouble, runs off to find her with Shaggy not far behind. Velma takes all four of them down into the complex, explaining that the organization plans on using the virus to pacify humanity and that the military experiments on dogs are just a front for what’s really going on. But the nanites are suddenly activated, turning everyone into horrible monsters with only the five members of the Scooby Gang left untouched in the safe zone.
I think my biggest fears going into Scooby Apocalypse was that the characters wouldn’t be the characters we know and love. All my fears went away as I read the issue. This is a more realistic, more grounded Scooby gang. However not once do I feel they compromised the characters. Perfect example being Shaggy and Scooby. It’s impossible to get that Shaggy/Scooby dynamic wrong, and they nailed it here. Don’t let Shaggy’s beard and Scooby’s emoji device fool you. This is very much Shaggy and Scooby. I like their backstory here. Scooby being a genetic experiment is the best explanation we’ve gotten for why Scooby can talk(and yes, Scooby CAN talk in this). Shaggy is a laid back hipster who is Scooby’s handler. The backup story gives you a good sense of why Shaggy cares so much for Scooby and why he would stick his neck out for him. Speaking of Scooby’s emoji device, that could have easily been used as a crutch, but I thought they handled it pretty well. I just hope they don’t overuse it in future issues.
The rest of the gang fares well for the most part. I like Fred. I like Velma, even though she’s a more cynical version of herself(I can give that a pass). The only one I disliked was Daphne. She was overly angry throughout the issue and just came across as unlikable. That moment where she whams Fred in the face is so cringe-worthy. Maybe she’s just stressed out from her failing reality show, but I think that angle could have been handled better.
While Scooby Apocalypse #1 is heavy on the exposition, there is a lot of potuental here going forward. I like that this isn’t a straight up Scooby-Doo vs Zombies book. We’re gonna get a good variety of monsters for the gang to fight. I would also like to mention something that I’ve seen brought up in other reviews, that it takes itself too seriously. I don’t see it. Not once did I ever feel that it was being self-serious like other recent DC properties(cough”Batman v Superman”cough). In fact, we do get a moment of humor that’s taken right out of A Pup Named Scooby-Doo where Fred mistakes Velma for a mole man. So I don’t feel like the more serious tone was unnecessary. Other than that Daphne punching Fred moment, It all felt natural.
I think us Scooby fans can breathe a sigh of relief. DC hasn’t ruined Scooby-Doo. Scooby Apocalypse feels like what a more mature version of Scooby can be. The book is off to a great start.
Rating: 9/10

First Look at Scooby Apocalypse #1

Here’s your first look at the inside of Scooby Apocalypse, plus TV Guide has a ton of new details on the upcoming book.

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DC will also be putting out a Hanna-Barbera Previews Catalog on May 11th, with previews of Scooby Apocalypse, Future Quest, Wacky Racelands, and The Flintstones.


Upcoming Comic Solicitations

Since I haven’t done one of these in awhile, here the comic solicitations for the next few months.


Scooby-Doo! Team-Up #16
On Sale: 5/4


Shazam and his crimefighting companions are missing! It’s up to Tawky Tawny to call in experienced monster-hunters Scooby and the gang…because the kidnappers are the Monster Society of Evil!

Scooby-Doo! Where Are You! #69
On Sale: 5/11


A night at the roller derby turns into rolling terror! The gang takes Daphne to see hometown favorites The Spooky City Sensations, but when the “Roller Ghoul” starts to scare players off the track, it’s up to Daphne and Velma to suit up and block, pivot, and jam with the rest of the team to keep their stadium from closing!

Scooby Apocalypse #1
On Sale: 5/25

Those meddling kids—Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy, and their dog, Scooby-Doo—get more ghost-debunking than they bargained for when faced with a fundamental change in their world. The apocalypse has happened. Old rules about logic no longer apply. The creatures of the night are among us, and the crew of the Magical Mystery Machine has to fight to survive—because in the apocalyptic badlands of the near-future, the horrors are real!
This new monthly series takes Scooby and the gang to a whole new level and features character designs by comics superstar Jim Lee!


Scooby-Doo! Where Are You #70
On Sale: 6/8


Sure, most high school mascots are kind of goofy. But when a monstrous version of a mascot goes on a rampage, the only way to solve the mystery is for the Mystery Inc. gang to go undercover—by going back to school! Amid cliques, jocks and algebra, Scooby and the gang might survive the menace of the monster, but can they survive the perils of high school?

Scooby-Apocalypse #2
On Sale: 6/15

The apocalypse continues as Scooby and the gang explore a mysterious facility that may hold the key to their survival. Little do they know that a particularly powerful puppy and his gang of mutated mutts are waiting in the shadows—and they’re ready to attack!


Scooby-Doo! Where Are You #71
On Sale: 7/13

Boot camp turns into “Boo” camp, when the Mystery Gang is recruited by the military to investigate a haunted army base!

Scooby-Apocalypse #3
On Sale: 7/20

After fleeing a monster-infested underground base, Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby stumble upon a desert ghost town where they hope to catch their breath. But when night falls, they learn it’s not a ghost town after all—and the terrors that show up like to bite! Scooby Snack is about to take on a whole new meaning.

Scooby-Doo! Team-Up #17
On Sale: 7/27

Is Midway City haunted? That’s the mystery that Scooby and the gang have to help Hawkman and Hawkgirl unravel. Or are the spooky shenanigans masking a nefarious plot by Hawkman’s old enemies, the Shadow Thief, the Fadeaway Man, and the Matter Master?

Scooby-Doo Movie Title Revealed!


The title of 2018’s Scooby-Doo reboot was announced today at CinemaCon. Titled S. C. O. O. B., the movie will serve as a launching point for a Hanna-Barbera cinematic universe. The movie was described as “our first shot at unlocking the Hanna-Barbera universe”. Some brief concept art was apparently shown as well.

Yeah, the title is a bit strange. There’s also the question of how they’re going to cross these movies over. You can’t exactly have The Flintstones meet Scooby or Wacky Races(unless they fall back on the time travel trope again).


Scooby-Doo! & WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon Coming This Summer

WWE Studios tweeted this image earlier. Scooby-Doo! & WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon will be released on Blu-ray, DVD, and DHD later this summer.


New “Scooby Apocalypse” Details From Wondercon


A ton of new Scooby Apocalypse details and images were revealed at Wondercon this weekend. Here re the main points we can expect from the book(if you don’t want to be spoiled, best stop reading here).


-Scooby Apocalypse will be more adult and was heavily influenced by Afterlife with Archie. Dan DiDio likened it to “Scooby-Doo Meets The Walking Dead”.

-Fred and Daphne are washed-up YouTube stars who have their own reality show where they debunk ghosts. They head to Burning Man when they hear reports about werewolves running amok.

-Velma is a part of a think tank of young geniuses who develop a nanite-virus which is supposed to turn people good. it has the opposite effect, however, bringing out the worst in people while transforming them into monsters. The gang must put aside their differences and band together to try and save mankind.

-Scooby is a lab experiment and Shaggy is his handler. Instead of speaking, Scooby has a device on collar that shows his thoughts as holograms.


And here are four out of seven variant covers which you can pre-order here.

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And finally, we have the description for Scooby Apocalypse #2 which features a certain relative of Scooby’s.

The apocalypse continues as Scooby and the gang explore a mysterious facility that may hold the key to their survival. Little do they know that a particularly powerful puppy and his gang of mutated mutts are waiting in the shadows—and they’re ready to attack!


LEGO Scooby-Doo! Haunted Hollywood Coming This May


A brand new LEGO movie featuring Scooby and the gang is arriving on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD this May! LEGO Scooby-Doo! Haunted Hollywood will be released on May 3rd and will come with an exclusive Scooby-Doo minifig. No word on the previous LEGO special, Knight Time Terror, but it’s possible it will be included as a bonus episode.

In LEGO® Scooby-Doo!: Haunted Hollywood, the gang heads to the entertainment capital of the world, Hollywood, where they take a tour of the legendary Brickton Studios, a historic Hollywood movie studio. While visiting the lot, the gang is surprised to find the once powerful film studio has fallen onto hard times. Neglected and in disrepair, Brickton, which has lost its luster, now faces threats of closure and an impending sale to greedy developers who want to tear it down.

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First Look at the Scooby-Doo Dorbz Line

Toy Fair was this weekend, and Funko was there showing off their new products. While we don’t have any images of the POP line, we do have concept art of the Scooby-Doo wave of Dorbz. In addition to the five main members of the gang, there will be a Mystery Machine Dorbz Ride, The Witch Doctor, and The Werewolf Ghost. No street date on these, but they will likely be released later this year.



Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! Returns This Saturday


Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! returns with all new episodes this Saturday at 10:30/9:30 Central! BCSD will air on Cartoon Network Saturday mornings and will rerun on Boomerang at 6:30p. Episode titles and air dates are below.

If You Can’t Scooby-Doo the Time, Don’t Scooby-Doo the Crime
February 6, 2016
Fred becomes excited about visiting The Vault, a haunted high security prison that no convict has ever escaped from.

Gremlin on a Plane
February 13, 2016
A gremlin’s bent on sabotaging a flight; the gang tries to solve the airborne mystery and deal with Daphne flying a plane.

Sorcerer Snack Scare February 20, 2016
Be Cold, Scooby-Doo March 5, 2016



The Scooby Apocalypse Is Coming From DC Comics

A new slate of Hanna-Barbera comics is coming from DC Comics. The “crown jewel” of these new books will be Scooby Apocalypse, a modern-day take on the classic cartoon. Scooby Apocalypse will be helmet by Jim Lee, Howard Porter and Keith Giffen.


“I’m a huge Scooby Doo fan, as I think most people are,” admits Lee. “I mean, look at these iconic series and they were cultural touchstones for everyone. All my kids know of Scooby Doo from the various cartoons and live action movies, and we’re in a period where you have people my age that are spending their days thinking about cartoon and sci-fi action movies. It’s a multigenerational obsession at this point, and we just thought it would just be really interesting to take the cartoon version of these characters and see where they would be if we took what existed in the very first iteration of the cartoon and moved it into this day and age.”


DC will also be giving makeovers to The Flintstones, Wacky Races, as well as Future Quest, a shared-universe book which feature the likes of Space Ghost, Johnny Quest, The Herculoids, Birdman, and many others.

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So what do you guys think? Are you looking forward to these books or is DC taking the wrong approach? I personally cannot wait to see what they do with these characters. As much as I don’t mind the current Scooby comics, I could never really get into them because (obviously)they’re aimed at a very young audience. It will be interesting to see how they handle Scooby without the restraint of having to only appeal to that one demographic.


Update: Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! Season 1, Part 1, Coming In February


MSN posted a new trailer yesterday for Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! Season 1, Part 1. While there is no release date yet, it’s safe to assume this DVD will feature the first half of Season 1. Stay tuned for more details.


Update: Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! Season 1, Part 1 will be released on February 16, 2016 and indeed contain the first thirteen episodes. You can pre-order now at Amazon.

Be Cool Scooby-Doo! is an all-new 22-minute animated comedy series from Warner Bros. Animation. The Scooby gang is back with a modern comedic twist on the beloved classic. With high school over and one last summer to live it up, the gang hits the road in the Mystery Machine, chasing fun and adventure. But monsters and mayhem keep getting in the way.


Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! Returns November 30


For those waiting on new episodes of “Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!“, you won’t have to wait much longer. Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! will return with an all-new Christmas special on Monday, November 30 at 12:30p/11:30a Central.  Here’s a plot summary from Scooby

The gang spends Christmas in the original Christmas City – Bethlehem- where the Moravian Star plays a key part in the mystery that surrounds the town.

I know I’ve only posted a review of the pilot, so here’s my thoughts on the series so far. I honestly wasn’t expecting this show to be this good. I still don’t like the animation. But once you get past that, it really is a well written and funny show. This is the exact opposite of Mystery Incorporated – and I say that in a good way. The humor is the highlight here. The slight changes they’ve made to the gang are good. I like how Fred isn’t a clueless dork obsessed with traps, even though they put some of that into Daphne. I could do without Daphne’s “Daphneisms” each episode{but really, it isn’t that bad}. Kate Micucci does an okay job as Velma. Overall, it’s a great series. Unfortunately, Cartoon Network has been yanking the show around its schedule like they did with SDMI, so that’s disappointing.

Don’t forget to check out the Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! episode guide!


Retro Comic Review: “Scooby-Doo Surf’s Up!” Part 3

Goop On The Loose Review

Two youths head into the Tunnel Of Love and are almost immediately attacked by two man-shaped pink globs.  Mystery Inc. is enjoying opening day at the theme park when they hear the screams and run to help.


Art: Joe Staton, talk about a mixed bag!
Parts of this one look like they were done in such a rush that it’s almost tragic, while other parts look like he toiled away many an hour to get them just right. The highlight being the entire 4 page rollercoaster sequence, which is one of the best sections of a Scooby comic I’ve seen.


The low points being almost any shot of Freddie, who looks awkward and chunky.
There is, again, that gross overuse of the blank single color background too.
Mostly early on is where I have a problem with it, in the back half of the story it’s used logically so I can’t complain there. In quite a few spots, Velma feels a bit too frog-like.
I think I say this (or at the very least feel it) a lot with Staton’s artwork, but there’s way more good than bad here.
So, we’re still on the plus side with this one.

Story: Goop On The Loose by Rurik Tyler.

The Gang shows up at the Tunnel of Love and finds the two kids and the theme park owner, Mr. Tonklin, who immediately recognizes them as the mystery solvers with the van. Tonklin stresses the importance of the big opening day firework display going off without a hitch then he splits, leaving the attacked twosome to explain how they were assaulted. As they’re describing the incident, Scooby sniffs around and finds a glob of the pink stuff that was hurled at the lovers.


Fred wants to get a closer look at it but Scoob already horked down the evidence, which was theme park favorite cotton candy. That’s right folks, we have every little kids dream creature, and old school Scooby favorite, the Cotton Candy Glob, this time multiplied!
So the gang splits up to search the snack stands but, given the task, Velma suggests somebody chaperone Shag and Scoob, which falls to Daph.

Daphne, Shaggy, and Scooby interview one attendant and find out the dude what worked that stand previously, with his buddies, was a scientific genius and had sorted the food and supplies by chemical composition. As soon as our three heroes step away from the stand they’re attacked by a trio of cotton candy globs!


The globs chase them onto a roller coaster and start firing wads of candy at them.
As I said in the art portion of this review, this is among the best Scooby art I’ve ever seen. I know it sounds simplistic, it’s 3 carts going up and down hills, blobs of candy floss flying through the air, but it’s great!
It truly is a thing of beauty.


So, as the chase continues, on of the creatures extends it’s arm out toward our heroes’s cart and Shaggy grabs ahold of it thinking it’s a free snack, and the monster immediately starts retracting it’s arm and reeling him in. As Shaggy starts to be pulled out of his seat, Scooby and Daphne quickly grab his legs, and in the struggle the candy is pulled off the monster’s arm revealing a hose.
They pull Shaggy back into his seat and bring the monster with him, pulling so hard that they rip the person buried deep within the mountain of candy out.

Mr. Tonklin, Fred, and Velma run up as the coaster comes back to the beginning of the ride. Daphne steps forward with the unmasked perp that Tonklin quickly recognizes as the science genius he recently fired for screwing up the parks food supply system.
And this here is where I start having problems with the whole thing.


I’ve always been a believer that journey is more important than the destination, but if you go on a magnificent journey full of stunning views and then you trip and fall face first into a huge steaming pile of elephant dookie…that can, in some way, affect the whole trip.
First off, they don’t name this kid, or even his buddies, everybody simply calls him “science genius kid” and that’s just plain lazy. Call the little brat anything, just give him a bloody name for cripesakes! The other thing that bugs me is that his motivation is so ambiguous, he says “with my chemical knowledge, I could have made your snacks the envy of the world!”…and???
Are you mad you were fired?
Are you mad that the old dude wouldn’t listen?
Why not go to his competition?
What the hell do you want kid?
It’s extremely rare for a Scooby villain to be called a genius which is why I think the ambiguity of his unspecified motivation bugs me so much. I mean, even Gibby Norton and Jason Priestly tried to use their brains to impress somebody (Velma in both cases), but captain wow over here seems to have done it all simply because he was bored.

So the cops take what’s his face and his evil super best buds away…but there are two more candy monsters, Mr. Tonklin notices. The monsters unleash streams of goop from their arms and glue Tonklin, Fred, Daphne, and Velma’s feet to the cement.
Then an unearthly voice rings out telling them that their souls will forever be devoured in the pits of…okay, I’m just screwing with ya!
Really, Shag and Scoob covered themselves in candy. The hungry duo proclaims this their tastiest case ever. Tonklin leads the entire Gang away with promises of a lifetime passes and free food as Shaggy and Scooby eat the candy off of themselves.


It was a great story, no doubt about it, but that ending is a tough pill to swallow.
I can’t honestly sat that it ruined it completely, but it did put a stanky little funk on a story I was really groovin’ on, man.
The art does make it totally worthwhile though, check it out for that alone.


Scooby-Doo POP Vinyl and Dorbz Figures Coming From Funko


I don’t know about you guys, but for the past year I’ve been into collecting these POP Vinyl figures. You know, those little 3-inch figures with the big heads{you really can’t miss them, they are EVERYWHERE}. My most wanted POPs have been Scooby and the gang, and it looks like that is finally happening. Scooby-Doo POPs, POP Rides, Dorbz, and Dorbz Rides were teased on Funko’s forums last week.


Funko put out Scooby-Doo Wacky Wobblers back in the day and have been putting out Hanna-Barbera POPs for the past year or so.



While there is no release date for these, they will most likely be released next year sometime. Let’s hope we get more than just the five members of the gang. A red Mystery Machine variant with a red-shirted Shaggy would be nice.


LEGO® Scooby-Doo Haunted Isle Released For Android


A brand new LEGO game called LEGO® Scooby-Doo Haunted Isle has been released for Android. I believe this is the same game that is on LEGO’s website{can anyone confirm?}. In Haunted Isle, you can play as Fred, Velma, Shaggy, or Daphne and help Scooby-Doo find the missing pieces of the LEGO key and solve the mystery of Haunted Isle.

Scooby-Doo and The Gang have discovered a hidden treasure map and a mysterious LEGO key that can be built to unlock any door!

Play as Daphne, Velma, Shaggy, or Fred, and help Scooby-Doo find the missing pieces of the LEGO key, recover the lost treasures, unmask the villains, and solve the many mysteries of Haunted Isle.

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Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! “Mystery 101” Review


Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! Is probably the most controversial incarnation of Scooby since Get A Clue. From the animation to the designs of the characters, this show had a lot of things going against it. I tried to keep an open as much as possible despite the animation choices.. While I can’t say I loved the first episode of Be Cool, it was a very good start to a series that shows lots of potential.


Let’s start with the most controversial aspect of this show: the animation. I admit, I wasn’t really a fan of it upon first viewing. I think it comes down to the design of the gang.  Something about them just irks me the wrong way. It’s weird too. The rest of the animation is just fine. I like the color palette, I like the design of the villain. It’s the designs of the human characters that bug me.


Thankfully, the writing totally makes up for the animation. Be Cool is meant to be a lighter approach to Scooby after the darker Mystery Incorporated. I usually don’t like when they put all the focus on comedy. I prefer a good balance of comedy and mystery/horror. I think it works here though. There were many great moments throughout the episode. Shaggy and Scooby getting stuck in the vending machine with the ghost, Velma’s “I hurt books” line, even Daphne’s hand puppets. I was worried that gag would go beyond the first episode. Thankfully, that doesn’t seem to be the case.


There are a few changes to our beloved gang. The biggest one is Kate Micucci as Velma. I didn’t end up liking her as much as I thought I would, but she’s perfectly fine in the role. Interestingly enough, Some of Fred’s personality has been toned down a bit and put onto Daphne. Daphne seems more ditzy in this version. Hey, as long as Fred’s not obsessed with traps, that’s a good thing in my book.


Overall a decent start to a new series. While the animation leaves a lot to be desired, the writing and humor makes up for it. If you are on the fence about this show, I say give it a chance.


“Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!” Episode Titles & Descriptions, Plus First Clip


With only a couple days away from the premiere of Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!, new info is coming in fast & furious. Below are the titles and descriptions of the first five episodes along with a clip and promo images from the first episode “Mystery 101”. Also, be sure to check out the new episode guide page in the BCSD section.

Mystery 101
Velma’s got an interview at the prestigious Kingston University, the most selective school in the country. The only catch? The dean wants her and the rest of the Scooby gang to figure out why the ghost of Elias Kingston, the school’s founder, is haunting Kingston’s book-filled halls!
Game of Chicken
Fred gets a call for help from Chuck, his daredevil of a best friend, leading the gang on a rescue mission deep in the caverns of an ancient civilization.

All Paws on Deck
The gang climbs aboard the cruise ship run by Fred’s cousin despite Velma’s strong dislike of water.

Poodle Justice
The gang visits the set of Scooby’s favorite TV show and he meets a dog actress who plays a detective on the screen.

Grand Scam
Shaggy takes the gang to the Minor League Baseball stadium of his youth only to learn that it’s about to be shut down because a ghostly baseball player is scaring away the fans.

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Scooby-Doo! Team-Up #12 Is Out Today!


An urgent cry for help sends Scooby and the gang rushing to Gotham City—but the call was made by Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy! They stole an ancient relic, and now they’re sure it was cursed. Our heroes have to join Harley and Ivy to get to the bottom of the mystery—and, with a little help from Batgirl, they just might capture the villains, too!


Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! Will Air On Cartoon Network

A new promo for Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! has aired on Cartoon Network of all places{credit goes to scoobydoomaster}. It seems the series will be airing on the channel after all, at least for now. It could be just a preview like the Wabbit is, so we’ll just have to wait and see.

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