Scooby-Doo! Mystery Inc Reviews

Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated Reviews

SD:MI "The Secret Of The Ghost Rig" Review

Trouble is admist in Crystal Cove when the crystal doorknobs start disappearing off the town’s buildings. And to top it off, a Ghost Trucker is scaring people off. Meanwhile, Dahpne’s parents try to find here a “new” boyfriend. While it’s not perfect, this episode is entertaining. The Ghost Trucker is such a ridiculous and wacky
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SD:MI "The Creeping Creatures" Review

Following up on a clue from Mr. E, the gang investigates the town of Gatorsberg. But when the engine from the Mystery Machine goes missing, they are forced to stay in a creepy hotal haunted by three gator men. OK, as far as second episodes of series go, “The Creeping Creatures” is pretty good, but
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Review: SD:MI Episode 15 "The Wild Brood"

Orc bikers. Video game nerds. One very average episode of Scooby-Doo! Mystery Inc. The Plot: All you really need to know is, Fred invites the rest of the gang on his his and Daphne’s date. Daphne gets angry, and then falls for a gang of orc bikers who are being framed for a robbery, eventually
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Review: SD:MI Episode 14 "Mystery Solvers Club State Finals"

Another week. Another episode of Scooby. I was really looking forward to this episode. Scooby meets the Scooby clones done in the style of classic Scooby. Sounds like a great idea. And it paid off really well. Now I have to confess, I’ve never watched any of the “Scooby Clones”. Kinda past my time, and
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Ok, so a few random thoughts about last night’s episode of Scooby Doo: Mystery Inc. I enjoyed it, though not as much as the last couple of episodes. The idea of using a swarm of bugs as a villian was cool. However, I have a small nitpick about that, as it was so clearly obvious
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Review: SDMI: "Howl of the Fright Hound"

Before I get into my review of the episode, a couple things I wanted to mention. First I’ve added a new section to the image gallery which includes over 200 different covers from the various Scooby comics from over the years. Also, I should be posting my reviews of the first three Scooby Doo live action films later this week
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Review: Scooby Doo! Mystery Incorporated: A Breath of Fresh Air For the Scooby Franchise

   Rating: 4/5   Let’s be honest, the last Scooby series, Shaggy and Scooby Doo: Get A Clue! was one big pile of Scooby Poo. Not only did it stray away from the mystery solving, everything from the animation to the voice acting made Scrappy Doo look like the best character ever created. Thankfully, Scooby Doo! Mystery
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