“Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!” Premiering On Boomerang Later This Year

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It’s been rumored, and now we finally have confirmation. Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! will indeed be airing on Boomerang later this year. The series is part of a larger deal between Warner Bros Animation and Boomerang to produce 450 hours of original content for the network. The new Looney Tunes show, Wabbit – A Looney Tunes Production, will also be airing on Boomerang.


Retro Comic Review: “Scooby-Doo: Surf’s Up! Part 2”

Scooby-Doo: Surf’s Up! Recap/Review Part 2
Revenge, Inc.

5 villians from the past come together with the sole purpose of destroying Mystery Inc!


Artwork by Joe Staton again, the first 5 stories in this volume are his so apologies if I get a wee bit repetitive.

I don’t think I have anything new to say about his art or his style as a whole, but being story specific, I do have one or two issues. The very first panel shows 5 villains, and their “costume” alter egos, from Mystery Inc’s past. Now, the “costumes” all appear to be original WAY monsters but none of these people were the wearers of those costume on that show.
A missed opportunity that would have been a nice nod for sure, small nit picky gripe.

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“Rock & Roll Mystery” Special Features & Back Cover Art

Amazon has revealed the back cover art, along with the special features, for Scooby-Doo! & KISS: Rock & Roll Mystery. The DVD and Blu-ray will feature a Are You a Scooby or a Shaggy featurette with Gene Simmons and Kevin Smith along with a blooper reel. The Blu-ray will also include two bonus episodes “To Switch A Witch” and The Diabolical Disc Demon”.

Get ready to Rock! Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. Gang team up with the one and only KISS in this all-new, out-of-this-world adventure! We join the Gang at Kiss World – the all-things-Kiss theme park, as they investigate a series of strange hauntings. With help from Kiss, they discover that the Crimson Witch has returned to summon The Destroyer from the alternate dimension of Kissteria! The evil duos ghastly plan, to destroy the earth! Can the Gang’s cunning and Kiss’s power of rock save the day?! Tune in to this Rock and Roll Mystery for some thunderous, heavy FUN!

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Scooby Comics For July 2015 Plus Free Comic Book Day

Here are the Scooby comics for July 2015.


Art and cover by DARIO BRIZUELA
On sale JULY 1 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED E
When peace talks between two rival nations are threatened, the call goes out to the ultra-top-secret International Sneaky Service’s number one agent: Secret Squirrel! And since the thing threatening the talks is a medieval ghost, the call also goes out to the not-so-secret Scooby gang!


On sale JULY 8 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED E
What do you do when you’re on an island with a terrible monster that has hissing snakes for hair and one look at her could turn you into stone?! Well, in Shaggy and Scooby’s case, you run as fast as you can with your eyes closed, and hope you don’t fall into the ocean!

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Update 2: Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery Trailer


Here’s the trailer for Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery, coming to Digital HD on July 10, and Blu-ray & DVD July 21. The movie will feature six classic tunes from KISS’s library plus an all-new original song. Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer will voice their respective characters in the movie.

Update: Here’s a look at the DVD artwork.


Update 2: Up for pre-order on Amazon: DVD Blu-ray

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Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Is Getting an Digital HD Release


Warner Bros has released five clips to promote the upcoming release of Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Season 1. The most interesting bit about these clips, however, is the end card promoting a Digital HD release.

Scooby and Scrappy-Doo has been available digitally for quite some time, but the only classic Scooby series to have an HD version was 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo. It’s unlikely later seasons will get the HD treatment unless those get DVD releases later on.

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Scooby-Doo And Kiss Rock ‘n’ Roll Mystery Listed By Amazon UK


A new listing has popped up on Amazon UK for Scooby-Doo And Kiss – Rock ‘n’ Roll Mystery. The listings offers a release date of October 26th, but could be differenf for those of us here in the states. Stay tuned as more infomation becomes available.


Retro Comic Review: “Scooby-Doo Surf’s Up!” Part 1


This is the first of a ten-part semi-regular series looking back at some of the old Scooby comic stories. I’ll be going through Scooby-Doo: Surf’s Up! which is the fifth volume that reprints the comics from the original DC run.
This volume collects issues 21-25, without the original cover art, of that run.
Now lets get to it.

Revenge Of The Mudman Starring Scooby-Doo
Artwork by Joe Stanton.


I’ve always had a strange love-hate relationship with Joe Stanton’s art on this book, even from the beginning when I first read the Spring-Heeled Jack story (the first Scooby comic I remember reading, which if all goes well I’ll be reviewing in volume 6.). He draws Freddie with a chin so big that Jay Leno and Bruce Campbell are envious, Shaggy usually had a ball shaped nose, Daphne’s lips are so big and red it looks like she was in a kissing contest and her partner was a vacuum, and his Velma comes off kind of dowdy, almost a complete after thought.
Having said that, I love it, and not just for nostalgias sake…though admittedly I think that plays a small part. You’ve got to understand, I was like 8 or 9 when I first started reading this comic, which was also the time when the only new Scooby we got was 1 DTV (still in their infancy at this point) and 1 or 2 Gelsey books a year

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Scooby-Doo! Team Up #7 Review


Plot: The Scooby Gang is sent back in time to the stone age by Professor Einstone’s time machine. While the professor looks for a way to send Mystery Inc home, they are invited by The Flintstones and The Rubbles to the opera. But shortly after arriving, they are attacked by The Phantom of the Operock. Everyone runs, but the villain is easily thwarted thanks to a little help from Bam-Bam. Fred uses Gazoo to send Scooby & his pals home, but they wind up in the far future.


I really enjoyed this issue. Hanna-Barbera characters rarely ever get used these days outside of Scooby, so it’s nice to see them branching out a little. I also really liked the time travel aspect of this issue. Though it does leave me wondering, is it even possible to pull someone from the future like that? Wouldn’t you be the one doing the time traveling? Despite that, I feel like it makes perfect sense in the context of the story. It very much reminds me of the Flintstones/Jetsons crossover over from the 80’s.

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Scooby-Doo! Team-Up #9 Is Out Today!


Superman needs help from Scooby and the gang – so they speed to Metropolis and the horribly haunted Daily Planet offices. But then Superman is turned into a super-powered monster! Even with help from Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen and Krypto the Superdog, how can these meddling kids stop the transformed Man-Monster of Steel before he wrecks the city?


Scooby-Doo! Team-Up #6 Review


The Mystery Inc gang is called upon by the Super Friends to help them solve the mystery of seven rainbow ghosts haunting the Hall of Justice. Batman tells them that Superman attacked the ghosts head on and hasn’t been seen since. The gang are made junior Super Friends, also getting their own costumes. One of the rainbow ghosts attacks, but is quickly defeated when Aquaman sprays water on it, revealing the ghost to be a hologram. But while our heroes are distracted, another ghost attacks and kidnaps Batman, Robin, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman.

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Moon Monster Madness Review


Plot: Mystery Inc. wins a trip to the moon on Sly Sta One, where a mysterious alien is Sabotaging the station.


I wasn’t looking forward to sitting down and watching Moon Monster Madness again for this review. Maybe it was my mood. Maybe it was that I watched it over a period of a few days. But this movie was just so forgettable. I mean, it takes a good fifteen to twenty minutes for the monster to appear, and it never really picks up from there. Even when the monster is finally caught and unmasked, it leads to an extended climax that just drags. It doesn’t help that none of the characters are that interesting. The only new character I like here is U-Boat, but that’s only because he has the best joke of the movie.

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