Snoopy The Dog wrote: I was referring to some of the comics seen laying around. You may actually see some of them on the images.
Oh ok. Does this make them count as characters, though? Given that they are comics, I think the implication is that they are fictional, even within this world. Although, yes, they appear in the credits sequence, I'm not sure that counts as being part of the film.
I think these would be put in the reference section, not the character section.
I asked TheAtomicLight awhile back and told him about these taking place after the events of the movie, he said they counted since they took place after the events of the movie. So yes, they count.
As for afew things, it seems Laff-a-Lympics might actually be canon after all (though we aren't changing anything about the deleted pages as the series still has very little to do with Scooby) but what I mean by this is the objects with the characters in the background are just because they are popular within the Scooby universe, notice that in one episode of Laff-a-Lympics Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble are mentioned as "TV stars", so this is implying that these characters do exist and are just popular in universe. Unless WB says something about this being false. It's almost completely accurate for the Team Up comics and Laff-a-Lympics.
I've always felt that Laff-a-Lympics is cannon, but I think it's good that we're not changing any of the pages, as that show really isn't a Scooby show.
Honestly, I don't think "cannon" was a concept that was really discussed by Hanna-Barbera back then. Cannon seems to have been invented by comic books and, over time, has become the norm for film and TV. I get why a lot of Scooby fans are bothered by the inconsistency, but I try not to think too much about it.
Hi, I’m a subscriber to your channel, and I’ve signed up here for your referral. I am also a big fan of Scooby-Doo's live-action films, directed by Brian Levant. And after I saw his interview with him, I was really interested to see Scooby-Doo's script Zany Time Travelin 'Christmas Adventure in Laff-O-Rama. Could you please send me. I'm a big fan of yours and this film franchise. Thank you.
Oh cool, thanks! I'm glad you decided to join Scoobypedia! If you're interested in editing, please review the "Rules and Guidlines." If you have any questions, feel free to ask. Also know that the admins are always very willing to answer and questions you have. Thanks for coming! :)
Hi! I was wanting to help on some articles on here, and I thought I should ask you, if that's okay? So, I've been a fan of Scooby for years and I thought maybe I could help edit here. How can I get good explicit facts/images and information without ruining the article?
I'm happy to answer your question! I guess I would say only add information where it's needed. Look for articles that need expansion and add what isn't there. Don't copy and paste information from other websites, word your edits in a way that makes them original to this site.
Also, if your editing a page, try to refrain from using adjectives to describe things. For example, if you were editing Daphne's physical appearance, you would write that she has "purple eyes" rather than "beautiful purple eyes." While some people may consider Daphne's eyes to be "beautiful," it's not a fact and therefore doesn't belong in her description. In general, if you have an opinion on something add it in a forum or in the discussion section- not in a wiki page.
In regards to images, if you're adding an image, make sure that using that image qualifies as "fair use." (This is a mistake I've added many times.) Generally, images/screenshots of Scooby-Doo media falls under that category. But if you're adding a photo of a real person or a company logo, sometimes adding the image is illegal without explicit permission from the image owner.
That's all I can think of in terms of basic editing advice. Before you start editing, please read the "rules and guidelines," as they'll be much more in-depth and helpful than what I'm telling you.
Thank you! One more thing, so if I were to add an image like on the Doos page for history, would I add the farm and the doo family collar, or would that be irrelevant and something that isn't really needed
I know. You asked if you were to add an image of the history section would that be needed and I answered that I didn't think photos went in the history section of articles. I'm not quite sure what I'm missing here.
Yes, I am! Since I'm stuck at home I have an abundance of time and am able to use my home computer instead of my school one. I was thinking of going through the list of pages without photos and adding photos. I have the Boomerang streaming service, so I'm able to easily get HD images.
It's the strangest thing, but for whatever reason I can't find the list of pages without images. (Weird as I was editing from it a few days ago.) Any chance you could link me to it so that I can do some edits? Thanks
Actually, since Atomic Light is retiring, could you maybe do more then just editing, like when someone doesn't do things correctly and need to be undone. You're trustworthy and if you continue to do a good job, one day you could be promoted.
I've been making categories that were in the "Wanted categories" articles. I was wondering if you'd like to help me out. To get there, click on the "All shortcuts" at the far right of the Top Navigation and look for the "Wanted categories".