I thought I let you know when I read the page of Velma Dinkley i noticed a spelling error. "theives". I attempt to correct it but turns out the page is in source mode. Here's the correct spelling of the word: thieves.
You missed out on two rules. 1. No character galleries of random images. You should make use of the sections and use them wisely. If there isn't enough space, then add more character info. 2. Even if that was allowed, you didn't give your images proper names. Images of characters should be named after the character, images of locations should be of the location, etc. and of scenes they should be named after something in that scene. It can be anything, but it has to be identifiable.
I agree that the gang were already way past 18 and already graduated, and I'd like to point out what might be considered evidence is that in The New Scooby and Scrappy Doo Show The Crazy Carnival Caper the gang ran into their old High School teacher during a case.
I feel like people could be doing better things with their time. Shaggy is a weakling, this was hardly breaking news, and the fact that there's suddenly this rise in all these memes, makes me think that a bunch of hippy stoners have come out of their smoke filled rooms and suddenly noticed this for the first time.
People can make all the jokes and memes they want on social media, it's when these people come here and vandalise our pages, that's when I completely despise them. It's not funny, it's sad.
You still don't seem to understand that that could be describing anything. Every time you come to a "demon" page, what do you describe it as? A demon. As I said, that could literally be used to describe any creature. Anything. A fish, a bird, a rabbit, a hedgehog, a blob, a form of gas. You just slap on "demon", as if that's supposed to be an accurate description of what it looks like.
Well, I could do that, but to give you a quick reply, my favourite is Mystery Begins. I thought that that was the most realistic in how they could be betrayed. The filmmakers attempted to portray a real teen in Shaggy, who doesn't fit in anywhere, and essentially the others may not exactly fit in in their social groups, either. It doesn't just try to be a cartoon brought to life, the sequel does that later, which doesn't make it as good for me. It lost the realisticness and heart of the first film.
How did you find out Palatas is a car dealer now? Through writing to him again or from the same letter, you forgot to mention until now?
He had let me know that he was no longer an actor in his letter. I made a YouTube video about the letter and someone had commented on it that Nick had sold them their car from a place called Galphin Ford LA. I did some internet research and on their website it listed him as a dealer. Also, many Yelp reviews for the place state that he was their dealer.
Maybe because I couldn't really find who Mandrake was. I'm also not sure if that's fan assumption or something credible. Also, you bolded their names when it wasn't necessary. The last one wasn't really justifiable, but the first two were.
And, P4B2, I don't know every old toy in the attic. But I do know that Vincent Price was the inspiration of Vincent Van Ghoul. Because 1. They look identical. 2. It was clearly written for him. 3. Vincent voices Van Ghoul.
Just because of a slight similarly between Van Ghoul and Dr. Strange, doesn't justify a connection, otherwise I'd likely have already done that. It's the same reason I didn't allow for a connection between Dead Justice and Jonah Hex, because there's nothing credible behind it. I got that confirmed by Tony Cervone, back when he was still on Twitter.
On other hand, Asamad Van Ghoul seemed to based on Dr. Strange. That would be worth confirming...