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Promotional image from Playmobil's commercials.

Playmobil, also stylized as PLAYMOBIL, is a popular line of toys manufactured by the Brandstätter Group, a company based in Zirndorf, Germany. The company's flagship product, Playmobil, consists of miniature, moveable action figures and settings for the toys to interact in. While, similarly to LEGO, Playmobil toys come in pieces to be assembled, there are significantly fewer pieces, and the main purpose of the toys is to be played with, rather than assembled and then put on display.

On January 5, 2019, Playmobil and Warner Bros. Consumer Products announced that they were manufacturing licensed products of Scooby-Doo, to coincide with the release of the 2020 film, SCOOB![1]

Initially, in February 2020, Playmobil released two sets and a series of blind figures for 12 classic Scooby-Doo monsters. Later it was announced at the 2020 New York Toy Fair that the line was to be continued with six more sets.[2]

When they launched their website for their Scooby-Doo products, they included original and exclusive content in the form of two stop motion shorts, with Scott Innes (instead of Matthew Lillard due to scheduling conflicts and engagement on filming The Good Girls episode) reprising his roles of Scooby and Shaggy from the first four direct-to-video films, and four short digital comics. Innes also voices Fred for the only time.

Sets

  • 70286 Mystery Machine
  • 70287 Scooby and Shaggy with Ghost
  • 70288 Mystery Figures (Ghost Card & Sticker)
  • 70361 Adventure in the Mystery Mansion
  • 70362 Adventure in the Cemetery
  • 70363 Dinner with Shaggy
  • 70364 Adventure in the Wild West
  • 70365 Adventure in Egypt
  • 70366 Adventure in the Witch’s Cauldron

Shorts

  1. Big Screen
  2. The Line Up

Comics

  1. Stage and Scream
  2. Foul and Fair-oh
  3. Home of the Grave
  4. Head for the Hills

See also

References

  1. License Global (January 5, 2019). "Mystery Mobil: Warner Bros. Partners with Playmobil for Scooby-Doo Toys". Collider. Retrieved May 20, 2020.
  2. Wilton, Mike (February 29, 2020). "There Are Six More Scooby-Doo Playsets Coming from Playmobil in 2020". All Hallows Geek. Retrieved May 20, 2020.

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