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I've stopped telling myself that Scooby-Doo's fanbase is just for kids. This is just not the truth. Yes, WB want the kids' interests more than anything, but when it comes down to it, the fanbase isn't just the kids, this just isn't the reality, and WB must realise this when they add something new to any franchise with a long history.
 
I've stopped telling myself that Scooby-Doo's fanbase is just for kids. This is just not the truth. Yes, WB want the kids' interests more than anything, but when it comes down to it, the fanbase isn't just the kids, this just isn't the reality, and WB must realise this when they add something new to any franchise with a long history.
   
Scooby-Doo is all ages, meaning someone at 5 can watch it or someone at 40 can watch it, neither insulting to either age, appealing to both age groups.
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Scooby-Doo is all ages, meaning someone at 5 can watch it or someone at 40 can watch it, neither insulting to either age, appealing to both age groups. That's the trouble a lot of the current films have and even ''Mystery Incorporated'', it was walking a troubling tightrope that I don't think really hits both age groups.

Latest revision as of 12:29, March 23, 2019

It's not going to make any difference who is in the film if the story is bogus.

I've stopped telling myself that Scooby-Doo's fanbase is just for kids. This is just not the truth. Yes, WB want the kids' interests more than anything, but when it comes down to it, the fanbase isn't just the kids, this just isn't the reality, and WB must realise this when they add something new to any franchise with a long history.

Scooby-Doo is all ages, meaning someone at 5 can watch it or someone at 40 can watch it, neither insulting to either age, appealing to both age groups. That's the trouble a lot of the current films have and even Mystery Incorporated, it was walking a troubling tightrope that I don't think really hits both age groups.

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