well, it's obvious that for most people here it's cool.
both, although I like mysteries better
I'm pleased, TNSDM was a very good show in my opinion
It happens all the time: the creators post things about literally everything, even Bill Nye the science guy, but no info about the series. Like Total Drama or Star Wars rebels
Maybe there will be a film with Bill Nye as a guest
Scooby Doo the sceince guy
Ask Michael Ryan, not us.
But now we know only series first name, maybe that will change later. But does a name change anything?
Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: I think it's supposed to be Shaphne.
Where's this belief that the 60's were against them? It's not like there was a requirement for them to be together.
I try to stay away from shipping now, as it's a waste of time and energy thinking about something that isn't going to lead anywhere. I think it's pretty pointless. But that's just my opinion (if you wanted it).
I agree with you. In my opinion ships are mostly done by teens trying to be "cool" (it's just my experience, no offense)
Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: I think the biggest gripe I have with LEGO animation, is how the characters life? They can remove their hair, even their heads, none of which hurts them.
Yeah, these are the annoying LEGO jokes about wchich Thibo wrote, i suppose.
IS boring not it's, and it's not boring, unless you only build the sets and do not play.
Why do you don't like LEGO? It stimulates creativity and imagination. And there are many themes, you can build your own constructions from any franchise.
I didn't even watch it; it simply looks bad.
I know, I know, but mysteries in Scooby Doo are fair. Clues are given to the people watching and kids learn that the clues are needed to solve the mystery (I know the message was chaotic). But the culprits were only people in the trailer and were almost identical as the ghosts - even if they weren't disguised as the ghosts themselves. BCSD and WNSD broke the formula and you can't spot the culprits without analizing the clues. Got the point?
In other words, too easy even for LEGO Scooby Doo.
Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: SDMI and BCSD had the support of Cartoon Network. Even when CN cut ties to the show, the second season of BCSD still has CN's people slapped on the end credits. With the Boomerang app, most of the new shows will presumably go there. I think they really handled it terribly, and I feel the app to be a big joke, but Time Warner/WB are obviously acting like it's this big thing to come to the internet. I hate to think what's going on with the new show, because the app will turn it into a disaster. They could at least air the first episode on CN, then advertise to the viewers to go to the app (similar to how Star Trek: Discovery will air its first episode on CBS, then air the rest on CBS Access).
I have four ways to solve the problem.
1. Other languages
2. DVD, Blu-Ray
3. Illegal sites
4. Simply pay and watch