while Scooby and the gang catch a sea monster and unmask it on bay Scoob discovers something weird that leads him to Townsville which Shaggy, Velma, Daphne and Fred decide to find him which also leads them to Townsville and they see some pink, light blue and light green light, not just any light, the gang discovers that the light came from: a redhead with a red bow named Blossom, a blonde pigtailed girl named Bubbles and a raven haired girl with a tomboy attitude named Buttercup who are The Powerpuff Girls who are little girls born with superpowers. Blossom introduces herself to Daphne and Velma, and Bubbles introduces to Fred then Buttercup introduces to Shag and Scoob.
This movie is about to be released on March 20, 2022.
- Frank Welker as F…
Frank Welker as Scooby-Doo & Fred Jones
Grey Griffin as Daphne Blake
Kate Micucci as Velma Dinkley
Matthew Lillard as Shaggy Rogers
Jeff Bergman as Fleegle (in style of Sylvester from Looney Tunes)
Eric Bauza as Bingo (in style of Bugs Bunny from Looney Tunes)
Carlos Alazraqui as Drooper
EG Daily as Snorky [in end of episode] (in style of Tommy Pickles from Rugrats)
Frank Welker as Scooby-Doo & Fred Jones
Grey Griffin as Daphne Blake
Kate Micucci as Velma Dinkley
Matthew Lillard as Shaggy Rogers
Keegan Michael Key as himself
Jordan Peele as himself
Hey again folks!
Fandom is holding another edition of The Downstream on Friday, September 10 at 11am EST.
This 2-hour event is held on Twitch at https://twitch.tv/Fandom and is a bit like a mini Community Connect 4 times a year. Fandom staff brief viewers on what is happening on Fandom, with the latest news and updates.
In this edition, guests include:
- Joey Merkel, Director of Social Strategy & Operations, who will be presenting on how Fandom approaches social media and answering questions about how admins can manage social media accounts for their wikis.
- Maggie Owens, Sr. Analyst - Site Analytics, who will be explaining how Fandom tracks traffic trends on the platform and connects them to external events, like how the Spider-Man trailer caused cert…
Shaggy is like Jacque Cluesau first went he see a ghost he run away like and always stumble on clue
FandomDesktop is available for users to opt-in and test NOW!
To access the new skin, you need to do the following:
- Go to Special:Preferences
- Click "Appearance"
- Click "FandomDesktop"
- Click any FandomDesktop preferences you want such as light/dark mode, content width, and right rail
- Click "Save"!
There you go, you're on the new skin! Now not all wikis will have theming set up and templates may look different. To help with this, there is a Preparation Guide to help admins prepare their wikis. Admins - if you have any issues - please do contact me via my wall or on Discord at Spongebob456#7402. You can test out the new Theme Designer and if you feel your wiki is ready to be fully migrated to FandomDesktop, there is a button to mark it as such in…
Today Fandom hosted The Downstream where they offered news extended from coverage from Community Connect.
This included news on:
- The FandomDesktop (UCX) design
- An appearance by a representative at Fanatical
- An appearance by a representative for branding at Fandom
- SEO and UCX
- Trust and Safety
Here is a link to where you can watch the video!
Feel free to comment below with thoughts, questions, and comments! :) --Spongebob456 talk 18:06, 28 May 2021 (UTC)
In 2021, Fandom is releasing a new, redesigned skin called FandomDesktop. We have been reaching out in order to help communities prepare for the change, but also so they can offer feedback.
I have more to show you, this time about Navigation for desktop users on the new skin. We have new looks at Search, Profile submenu, and Notifications.
Feel free to check them out!
What do you think of these? What do you like/dislike? Would you change anything? Please comment below and the more feedback we receive, the more areas we can give extra attention to. Thanks! --Spongebob456 talk
Fandom posted a preview of the new Fandom desktop experience, called FandomDesktop.
The blog outlines some areas which are seeing significant changes such as:
- Native support for Light and Dark mode
- Flexible content area width
- Collapsible right rail
- Redesigned editor toolbar
- And more!
We really want your feedback, both good and bad, so please feel free to fire away! If we know of your concerns beforehand, we can pass that on so those areas can receive extra attention, to help the transition go as smooth as possible.
What do you think of FandomDesktop? Do you have any concerns/highlights? How do you feel it will impact the community?
Comment below! :) --Spongebob456 talk 11:56, 28 March 2021 (UTC)
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! is a live-action mystery comedy television series produced by Warner Bros. Animation and the fourteenth television series in the Scooby-Doo franchise. The series is produced by Chris Bailey. It is a reboot and continuation to the animated series of the same name.
- Patton Oswalt as Shaggy Rogers. Matthew Lillard, Will Forte, Jason Lee, Justin Long, Bill Hader, and Jack Black were all considered for the role of Shaggy.
- Andy Serkis as Scooby-Doo (motion-capture and voice). Neil Fanning and Frank Welker were both considered for the role of Scooby.
- Chris Pratt as Fred Jones. Freddie Prinze Jr., Zac Efron, Dwayne Johnson, and Ryan Reynolds were all considered for the role of Fred.
- Karen Gillan as Daphne Blake. Sarah Michelle G…
name some actors or actresses who people would like to have voice in scooby doo
It comes with no easy decision that today will be the day that I leave this great place that I've come to known and the great people I've come to known here.
I feel that I can only do so much after 11 years and I'm exhausted, and if we had been in our current condition 11 years ago, I might not feel the need to leave. I don't really want to wait around 11 years to see how better things can progress for such a great fandom, not just for the franchise, but for this FANDOM site. It's a shame that we took this long to get there. I can't blame you for being too young at the time or not around (ha ha), but that's life.
I know my attitude may have seemed unfair in the past and I was over critical and whatnot. I honestly did give reasons and I tried…
Hi guys I am going to be blogging about the daphne Blake and hopefully doing it an regular basis. She is a queen in scooby doo and idol to me so I hope you guy enjoy. Xxx
Hey everyone reading! Below are some GUESS WHO updates to know about when Guess Who? Will return! Enjoy!
- Guess Who will return in 2021.
- the voice actors will guest star as well as Sean Austin, Lucy Liu, Jessica Biel, KISS, and more!
- Boomerang realeased an ep early in November 2020.
I hope this helped you! Be sure to catch new episodes of Guess Who! in 2021! Meanwhile, we have more old Guess Who! episodes for you to binge-watch!
-Scooby-Doo and Guess Who? Fan
- If Scooby-Doo met the Addams Family and Ghostbusters with Slimer
- If Courage the Cowardly Dog could be in Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?
I have been a good time lurker of the old Scooby-doo.fandom.com and noticed that it disappeared.
In there characters like the Police Officer from "A Night of Fright Is No Delight", the Sheriff from the Tri-Color Ice Cream Phantoms episode and the police officer from the Demon Shark episode are centered in one character page as they are the same person ("Unnamed Sheriff #[chronological number]"). And the original Coast Guard from "Hassle in the Castle" episode and the Coast Guards from the New Scooby-Doo Show are one and the same ("Coast Guard Officer"). Also the case for the Sheriff in most of the "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!" show. Why isn't it the same here?
It's not like Officer Jenny and Nurse Joy from "Pokemon".
In your opinion, which series of Scooby-Doo do you feel is the best version?
Is it Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?
What's New, Scooby-Doo?
You tell me.
Title:Revenge of the Swamp Monster!
Stars:3 out of 5
Why:It was a good episode, but too classic. There are TONS of episodes like that, if you know what I mean.
Title: A Mystery Solving Gang Divided
Stars: 3 out of 5
Why: The same problem again.
Title: Peebles' Pet Shop of Terrible Terrors!
Stars:1 out of 5
Why: Meh... Lame episode.
Title:Elementary, My Dear Shaggy!
Stars: 5 out of 5
Why: IT WAS AMAZING! The monster was scary and the guest star was unusual.
TO BE CONTINIUED
I thought about this a lot, and I've come to the decision that after 10 years of being here, I think I need to move on. I've taken this site as far as I can, and while I've had the greatest of help from some people, I feel that it never got to a state where it could be taken more seriously (a place like DC Database), and this is the state I believe is as good as it's going to get. If a fan and a great editor with great coding knowledge and whatnot comes along then that's awesome, but I've been here 10 years and that still has yet to happen.
I know I expected a lot, but I don't see why I should think I was in the wrong for doing that and apologise for it. Being a fan doesn't justify your place here, as harsh as that sounds. That helps a lot,…
Hey there. I am Nickolas/Club-Dreamiverse and I'm doing good. Does anyone want to be friends with me here?
Aloha, my pals.
This is your friendly-as-ever reviewing guy here with another post.
Today, for my sixth post for here, I'm gonna give you guys my take of Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island.
Here's the summary of it:
After a one year hiatus from mystery solving, Scooby-Doo and his human pals, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne, and Velma reunite to investigate MoonScar Island, which is said to be haunted by the ghost of Morgan MoonScar, the pirate.
Wanna know the biggest twist with this mystery?
THE MONSTERS ARE REAL!!!
Before I get into what I think of this film, I'd like to be honest about something:
I primarily steered clear of this movie due to thinking that it would be terrible, and because it looked too scary for my taste. Especially after seeing a trailer that p…
Scooby-Doo! and the Curse of the 13th Ghost is a 2019 film conclusion of the 1985 series The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo.
- Serves as a fitting finale to the cliffhanger ended series.
- Finally reveals where Fred and Velma were during the series.
- The ending, despite its disappointment, was quite unexpected, the perfect way to end a movie.
- The ending is kind of a let-down. The entire series was about Mystery, Inc. hunting down real ghosts, which the movie totally discards in favor of the traditional rubber mask villain.
- The entire movie gives a Batman and Harley Quinn-esque feel to it, through the designs and tone.
- It leaves out Weerd and Bogel (my personal favorite characters) and Scrappy-Doo.
- It still leaves the question unanswered: where is the 13th ghost?!…
We need mystery incorporated SAVED. Why, Because parents on CSM hate this show and are willing to ban this show. All I get is a few positive
reviews by dandy and nice parents! All are just bland hate reviews by parents. Ok here's one I am going to explain and take from the reviews of Scooby-doo! Mystery Incorparated: What CSM Parents Say.
"Yeesh why not all the kissing?" explains why the charachters in the show almost have inndeuno-y behavoir that could disgust auidences of all ages. So here's my explanation for the negative review: First, this parent thought the velma and shaggy-thing was TOO moderate for them
Second, Idek WHAT to say but they wanted their children to see DAPHNE'S CRUSH ON FRED!? Omg P-lease! STOP. I told you parents that…
I wouldn't go so far as to say I don't like Guess Who? anymore but there's one problem the people behind the show need to fix.
The drought of female voice actors!
As much as I like Grey Griffin, I think they've had her voice other women besides Daphne one time too many. Whatever happened to Tara Strong, Candi Milo, Nika Futterman, or Lauren Tom?
Yes, I know Jennifer Hale, Jill Talley, Kari Wahlgren, and Kimberly Brooks were in the show, too. I understand but what the show needs is more female voice actors to voice other characters, not just Grey or Kate.
What do you think? Do you agree to this? If not, what's the catch?
Did you know that Scooby-Doo and Guess Who? aired on Cartoon Network and Boomerang SVOD. This is also the first Scooby-Doo series to have a TV-PG rating. This is also the first show to air exclusively on the Boomerang streaming service. The first episode so far is l Revenge Of The Swamp Monster. Th last episode so far is The Lost Soles Of The Jungle River.
What is your favorite guest on Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?
Jeremiah aka GILLJM
With the arrival of Scoob! on Video on Demand last month, I took the time to compare director Tony Cervone's contribution to the Scooby-Doo franchise with other Scooby media of the past decade.
This comparison revealed that 5 out of 8 of the pieces of Scooby-Doo media that Cervone has worked on contain content that sexualizes minors and/or includes romantic advancements or relationships between adults and minors. Examples and details can be found here. This is especially concerning when we remember that Scooby-Doo is media intended to be consumed by impressionable children.
- While was a producer on most of these films and shows, he did direct Scoob! and Scooby-Doo! and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery, which actually involved a love triangle bet…
For many years, while Daphne was saying "Jeepers", Velma "Jinkies" and Shaggy "Zoinks", poor Fred had nothing.
It's been noted that recently "Hold the phone" has been a regular phrase he's used. That has now been noted in the List of Catchphrases page, along with the lesser used "Light it up".
But no one has mentioned the increasingly common "It's Trapping Time". I'd have added it to the page, but I've held back, not being able to determine the first instance of him saying it.
Anyone know which episode he first said it?
My favorite Scrappy era Monster is the Alaskan Monster!
Just a few ads for the "Bark Box" movie tie-in. I'll leave it up to you to search for the company if you want more information.
May 17 update: Good thing I snagged the pictures. They're sold out and the ads are no more.
Greetings, everyone! As you've seen the title of my first blog post, no doubt you're wondering what exactly am I doing to expand the Hanna-Barbera Scooby-Doo universe?
Basically, long story short, it's a project that will see me posting stories to supplyment, and eventually expand, the Hanna-Barbera era installments of the Scooby franchise, starting first with Scooby-Doo! Where Are You? (SDWAY) and ending with The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo (13GSD) and the Superstar 10 Scooby films (The Boo Brothers, The Ghoul School and The Reluctant Werewolf). In the process, I also posted stories that are rewrites of existing episodes or movies to further expand the universe and furthermore, I have the events of the episodes or movies placed roughly on the sam…
Layla, Sonic879. Trust me, you’re very mean and rude to me. On the another wiki Pooh’s Adventures Wiki, I’II added the Miraculous infoboxes on my blog posts then I reverted our edits. I’m trying to telling you, Layla. Thank you.
- 1 Hand Saw
- 2 Physical appearance
- 3 History
- 3.1 Scooby-Doo, Where
- 3.1.1 Season one
- 3.1 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
- 4 Appearances
- 5 References
- 6 External links
A Hand saw is a tool consisting of a hard blade with a toothed edge typically used for cutting wood.
This particular saw is a crosscut saw, a blade designed for cutting wood across the wood grain. It features a wooden handle for gripping purposes. The blade design is that of a plain tooth blade, where the teeth are evenly spaced triangular shapes.
While trying to get away from the Phantom, Shaggy Rogers ends up in a magic box where he is sawed in half by a floating, moving crosscut saw. It is later revealed that the top half of Shaggy was a dummy and he was unharmed by scrunching down into the bottom half of the box.
I just wanted to express gratitude over the fact SCOOB got it's original release date back to be released on digital streaming platforms. Fingers crossed it surpasses that Trolls World Tour viewing numbers.
Today, we are at it again with another interview from a special talent who has worked on a Scooby-Doo production. This time, we talk to Chris Bailey, creator/producer/showrunner of the current TV series Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?, now streaming on the Boomerang app.
I was surprised that Chris got back to me (it had been quite a few months when he got back to me), and I’m delighted to share this with you. A big thanks to Chris for taking the time out in his free time to do this with me.
So, without further ado, I present An Interview With... Chris Bailey.
Scoobypedia: How did you get into the animation
Bailey: After High School, I went to California Institute for the Arts in their Character Animation program. I learned about it from an ar…
The final trailer has been released, which is pretty good, but I have been expecting SCOOB Merchandise based on the 2020 movie, because I have benn expecting Daphne Blake figures and maybe plush as well. I am expecting a release date for that, because I am looking foward of the SCOOB! movie.
After all the other ones have sort of died, I have taken it upon me to make a new one, one that will actually stay alive and serious! Do consider joining!
When Will The Date For The Next SCOOB! 3rd Trailer Will Be Released On March Before The Movie Being Released On May 15th?
Since it is now March, I have been looking foward for the next SCOOB! Trailer somewhere in March just before the release date of SCOOB! movie on May 15th. Because I am waiting for a release date before May this somewhere in March and I wanna see more of Daphne Blake and her voice of Amanda Seyfried and she is my favorite character as well as Fred, Velma, Scooby and Shaggy and the crossover characters so I hope they will put the next trailer somewhere in March before the release date of the movie.
Since the first SCOOB! Trailer is released on Nov 11, 2019, I been expecting for the next SCOOB! Trailer before the movie released in theatres on May 15, 2020, because I wanna see more of Scooby-Doo and his gang in their voice roles of the actors and actress. I have been expecting Daphne's new look in the second trailer and her voice of Amanda Seyfried as her second voice role.
Note: This list intentionally did not include images because the author felt it was inappropriate to share images of sexualized minors, even as cartoons. However, in favor of clarity, I am now in the process of collecting images to illustrate the problem at hand. A gallery will be added to this list soon.
Unfortunately, the Scooby-Doo franchise of late has featured numerous examples of pedophilia; including the depictions of underaged girls in revealing clothing, alluring poses and either pursuing or being pursued by adults significantly older than them.
This blog contains a list of media and the description of inappropriate content found in it. The author does not condone this content being in family media.
Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated …
So, some quick thoughts on Scooby-Doo and Guess Who? now that I’ve been able to sit and watch it all the way through.
I feel like the fact that these are half hour episodes really limited the possibilities of the series. The great thing about The New Scooby-Doo Movies was that they're hour-long shows; the plot had time to develop and the guest star was able to be introduced naturally. A lot of the SDGW episodes seem rushed to me because they have to fit a mystery plot and the introduction of a celebrity in just ~20 minutes. Regardless, I really enjoyed the setups for these shows. They did a good job at putting both the gang and the celebs in interesting settings and scenarios that fit their personalities well. Everything fits togethe…
Have not memorized all the episode numbers that coralate with the episode name, Know most of the episode names
Know a lot of useless facts about these episodes from binging SDWAY over and over again.
- What a night for a knight.
- A clue for scooby doo.
- Hassle in the castle.
- Mine your own business.
- What the hex is going on.
- Never ape an ape man.
- Foul play in funland.
- A Gaggle of Galloping ghosts.
- Scooby doo and a mummy too.
- Which witch is which.
- Go away ghost ship.
- Spooky Space kook.
- A night of fright is no delight.
- Thats snow ghost.
The rest has yet to be added.
- In SDWAY episode 3 Scooby doo "A Clue for Scooby Doo" at the part where they find the secret cave entrance Shaggy sits on a rock and his hair becomes yellow (the rock opens the cave entrance).
Bat123wert (talk) 22:51, October 23, 2019 (UTC)SilerBat123wert (talk) 22:51, October 23, 2019 (UTC).
Aloha, my dudes.
This is your friendly-as-ever reviewing guy once again here with another film analysis.
And today, I'll be making my fifth review on a member of the Scooby-Doo franchise by analyzing "Scooby-Doo (2002)".
Here's the summary of it:
After two years of breaking up due to ego-centricity, the crime-solving team known as Mystery Inc., consisting of Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, and Fred, reunite after being summoned by Emile Mondavarious, owner of a theme park called Spooky Island.
Mondavarious called the gang back together because he believes something strange is going on with the rest of the park's guests, and that the island could very well be haunted.
Will the Mystery Inc. gang be able to find out what's going on? And more imp…