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In this issue we see Velma and Shaggy on a movie date! After that, the gang is hired by a crazy old dude to venture into the jungle to find the fabled "Fountain of Youth"
First up is a cute little short story...
Aww, its cute that he tried to feign bravery for her. ^_^
....wait. Why the heck did the old lady bring a chicken to the movies!? Was that trendy in the 1970s? Were chickens the 70s equivalent of those yappy chihuahuas that modern day vapid, spoiled rich girls like to carry in their handbags? Is the old lady just crazy?
Oh well, lets just move on to our feature presentation....
I love the way Velma get's the gang's priorities straight. XD
Note: I don't know if this was the case in the 1970s; but "midget" is actually an offensive term for little people today. So it's pretty uncomfortable to see it repeated over and over in this story. >_<
I understand that Fred doesn't want to see the fountain fall into evil hands. But I think blowing it up might be just a little extreme!
This ending would be happy if not for the fact that the little person is going to age rapidly and horribly (remember, he's been around for 150 years) and die within a few weeks. I hope he was smart enough to put some of that magic water in a canteen before Fred filled the fountain with dynamite. I'd like to think that he was able to enjoy that million dollars before he started aging again. :(
That ending was a bummer. Lets move on to something happy and cool!
The HANNA BARBERA guide to story-boarding.
1970s Saturday Morning Cartoons
So much Spiderman...
DISCLAIMER: As always, I don't mind if people use these scans to make icons or whatever (after all, I can't claim "ownership" of a book with characters that clearly aren't mine just because I scanned it). But credit and a link back to this post would be much appreciated if you do opt to use them or show them off elsewhere. Thanks!
Have fun with this screenshot from Shaggy and Scooby-Doo get a clue series, girls and guys!
Velma: Shaggy, believe me, I do appreciate that you and Scooby want me to be your "third musketeer" but I can't do it. I... I have to take care of someone tiny and helpless.
Shaggy: Can't somebody else do it?
Velma (sighing): No. This person is inside me.
Shaggy: Wait. Like, you mean you're...? (Velma nods) And that I'm the...? (Velma nods again) Zoinks. (Shaggy faints)
Now that SDMI has ended do you think they'll make a new Scooby Doo cartoon show or just go with making DTV films?
Hello there, buddies! I assume you know the "Pup named Scooby Doo" show - if not by watching it, then thanks to brendala and her "pic-spam reviews". With that said, let me add this review is gonna be a gift for her (no special occasion).
Be warned - there's a LOT of pictures down there. I hope you have at least half an hour for reading the text and watching the images. XD
In this episode, Daphne challenges Fred to NOT accuse Red Herring for 24 hours. Take a wild guess how it'll end... ^_^
Wild guess taken? Great, now remember it because off we go to the episode!
It starts with the kids hanging around in their clubhouse and doing nothing special...
... except for Freddy, that is. He, in turn, is very busy with making the "WANTED" poster for his main enemy, named... let's say it all together... Red Herring!
"I know he did it! I don't know what he did - but I know he did it!"
Suddenly, Daphne asks if Velma has seen her coat by a chance. But before she can get a response, Fred cuts in.
"I'll bet Red Herring took it!"
After Velma explains that Daphne probably left her coat at home, Miss Daphne Snarkypants asks Freddy Sherlock Goof if there's anything else he wants to blame on Red. Of course, Freddy, being Freddy, doesn't notice the irony and simply promises to think of something.
Then, Shaggy wants to know if anybody has seen his pizza. So what does Freddy do?
Yup. That's right. He accuses Red Herring.
Daphne makes another snarky comment...
... and that's when Scooby walks in, carrying the last piece of Shaggy's pizza. Surprisingly enough, Shaggy isn't angry.
Fred then shouts that Scooby only THINKS he ate the pizza while actually, it was Red Herring who stole it. Scooby immediately realizes the lack of logic...
Back off, you maniac!
... and Daphne states Fred's gone insane. Okay, she didn't say those exact words but I think that's what she meant.
This time, Freddy agrees with her. He then goes on to specifying why exactly he hates Red. A moment later, the phone rings.
Turns out it's Red who has called to tease Freddy a bit.
And break the fourth wall in the meantime.
Then, Daphne gets her brilliant idea. She believes that if Fred doesn't accuse Red for full 24 hours, he'll be cured of his obsession.
Shaggy and Scooby find this impossible...
... so Fred takes the challenge to prove them wrong.
He starts having trouble after... five seconds.
"This'll not be as easy as I thought!"
Then, someone throws a pebble into the gang's clubhouse.
After that, there comes a rock.
After it happens for the third time, Fred declares: "I know what's happening! It's gotta be..."
Just as he's about to say Red's the culprit, his friends "subtly" remind him he promised to not accuse him. So he finishes his sentence as innocently as he can - "bigger rock".
You know things are serious when you see Pup-Velma with an angry face! XD
Contrary to Fred's expectations/hopes/whatever, the rock-thrower isn't Red Herring. It's his aunt, Mrs. Hedda Herring.
Wait. If she's Mrs. Herring, then there's no way she and Red can be related by blood. So how come they resemble each other so much? o.O
Anyway, it turns out Mrs. Herring wants to hire the gang because somebody has stolen her motorcycle and their agency just happens to be the closest to wherever she lives.
Sorry, Freddy. It's NOT because of your... unusual theories.
And Fred gets a bit scared when Hedda identifies him as the one who's always accusing her nephew.
Now, a *gulp* should come. XD
Scooby happily confirms, giving Freddy bigger scare.
I think it might be kind of a revenge on Freddy for being just as helpful for Velmaon two other occasions... ^_^
Thankfully, though, Mrs. Herring goes on to crying about her loss which has happened just a day before her birthday. She even hands the gang a photo of her "baby" (her own word!) so they know what they're looking for.
She must really love it if she thinks THIS is pretty...
The crime scene doesn't look much better.
This reminds me of my grandpa's cellar. He has just as many things in it. ^_^
While Fred plays with a yo-yo, heroically trying to stop himself from accusing Red out loud, Hedda tells the kids a story of The Boogey Biker with whom she competed a long time ago and who vanished during that one race in which she won her "baby".
I must admit she was quite pretty back then.
Shaggy is so freaked out by the story that he clings to Velma's proto-laptop.
The closest he can get to Velma without actually disturbing her at work... =)
Eventually, Hedda (in a very loud voice) reminds the kids they won't get paid unless they find her motorcycle, then snickers, calls them "weenies" (jinkies, she and Red do have something in common) and leaves them alone.
Once they recover from the shock, Fred says it's time to look for clues. And Scooby quickly finds the first one.
Is it only me, or does Pup-Fred really look better with messy hair?
The clue is a jacket. Red Herring's jacket, as it turns out. Red explains he helps Aunt Hedda find her motorbike and mockingly asks Freddy who does he suspect.
Daphne tells him about the challenge and Shaggy and Scooby prove to be better friends than Fred has ever been by demanding from Red to leave the poor kid alone this one time.
Unluckily for Freddy, Red doesn't obey.
"What can I say? The boy's a weenie!"
Once Red's gone, Daphne praises Fred for being brave and not accusing the bully. Fred himself doesn't look all that happy, though.
Then, Scooby's super-sniffer finds tire tracks leading into some "spooky-looking bushes".
Naturally, Shaggy and Scooby refuse to go there.
Fred tries to convince them by saying there's nothing in there but gets proved wrong when the Boogey Biker (BB) emerges from the bushes.
Instead of a chase song, we get some... interesting wild takes.
I haven't known hair could rise THAT much...
... nor that you could run away and leave it behind.
The kids are able to fool BB into thinking he's gonna race against Velma and Scooby. So, when Fred waves the green flag, BB rides away and the kids can finally take a break.
Scooby then picks up a wrench, thinking it was Velma who lost it. She says that, jinkies, the thing isn't hers. Upon hearing this, Fred grabs the wrench and is about to announce it must belong to Red, when he finds it unfair that Velma can say "jinkies" while he can't say "Red Herring". Daphne is quick to tell him it's NOT the same thing.
Sorry, Fred, but she's right. You talk almost all the time while Velma is quiet so don't you even think of arguing.
Also, it seems that, while getting rid of BB, the kids have woken up a woman. Turns out her name is Winnie Baygo and she just happens to be Mrs. Herring's neighbor. Plus, she's glad that Hedda's motorbike has disappeared because she hates this noisy thing. She even says she'd steal it herself if it wasn't too dangerous...
... and, just a second later, she puts on a helmet and goes off to her lesson for some evidently dangerous sport (I couldn't catch the name, sorry).
Perfect logic, Winnie. -.-
When she's gone, Fred reminds the gang they still have to follow the tire tracks and find Hedda's motorbike. Shaggy and Scooby still refuse. They even say there's no way anyone can make them go into those spooky bushes.
So, instead of bribing them with Scooby/Shaggy-snacks, Daphne simply uses force.
The tire tracks lead to a shed, inside which the gang finds a motorbike looking a bit like Hedda's one but with a sidecart - and a lot cleaner.
Even Daphne is impressed!
Guess who shows up then.
The kids do another wild take...
... and everybody climbs on... Velma.
Courage - you're doing it wrong. Same for chivalry.
Ordered by Shaggy to "like, make tracks" (jinkies, try doing it yourself, hero), Velma runs away, carrying the entire gang... and accidentally losing Scooby along the way.
Scooby then does a few flips in the air, falls into the sidecart, gets his eyes covered by a helmet and accidentally presses a button.
This results in the motorcycle wildly going around (with one scared puppy on board)...
... and bump into the Boogey Biker who has cornered the gang.
Then, they both ride together for a while before crashing.
I can't tell who's more scared here...
And Shaggy congratulates his pal on catching BB. Scooby thanks him... and admits he doesn't know what did he do.
Daphne and Shaggy both agree that the culprit must be Winnie who hates Hedda's bike.
I disagree. Winnie's skin was darker.
And Fred gets angry when Shaggy asks him about his suspect because it's that one thing he isn't allowed to say.
Luckily, Scooby is there for him.
Finally, it's time to unmask the culprit. Even Velma is shocked upon finding out BB's real identity.
Do you still remember your wild guess? Who do you think was behind this all the time?
That's right. It really WAS Red Herring. And all that Fred can do is throw himself to the ground, pound it with his fists and cry "I KNEW IT!" over and over.
Like, sorry, buddy. We couldn't have, like, known that earlier.
Then, Hedda walks in and, obviously, wants to know why her nephew stole her motorcycle. And it turns out Red DIDN'T actually steal it - he just took it to fix it and add the sidecart as a birthday surprise for her.
Daphne and Scooby think it's sweet and Red says he didn't want them to know about this because it would ruin his reputation.
Is Fred mad at his friends or disappointed that Red didn't really mean anything bad? I can't decide.
Aunt Hedda praises Red for a job well done and "kindly" asks him to put the bike back in the garage.
Looks like he's used to it, though.
"That's my Aunt Hedda!"
Meanwhile, Fred has a little "I told you so" rant. To calm him down, Daphne ackonwledges he really was right this time.
Shaggy and Scooby then randomly remember they haven't eaten dinner yet. Daphne, wanting to check the time, glances at her wrist and realizes her watch is gone.
This prompts Freddy to accuse Red again...
... and start another one of his rants about Red Herring, aliens, Red Herring, monsters, Red Herring... well, you get the point.
As for Scooby and Shaggy, they simply put muffs on their ears and just enjoy the fact that everything is back to normal.
Have some sweetness at the end!
Feel hugged, brendala! ^_^
Obviously, I don't own anything - even though I made the screenshots myself!
PS - If you smiled at least once while reading this, it means I did a decent job. :)
Oaky this my first time a pic-spam review so sorry if it's not that good. But at least I'll have lots of pics. And of course I own nothing.
I thought I'd start at the beginning and review the first episode of the first SD series.
The episode starts innocently enough with a man driving a pickup truck down the road.
That all changes soon. As the black Knight emerges it's shipping create.
Cute Shaggy and Scooby walking home from the movies. Shaggy comments "What a nervous night be to walking home from the movies, Scooby Doo. All because you has to see Star, dog ranger of the north woods twice!"
As they walk they hear a noise in the bushes and stop to investigate it, instead of running away in terror. Of course Shaggy is making Scooby what it is, much to Scooby's dismay.
It turns out only to be a frog. The frog decides that Scooby's nose is no Lily Pad and hops off prompting Scooby to chase it and Shaggy to chase him.
Scooby loses sight of the frog and stops short causing Shaggy to trip over him. That's what you get Shag, for not keeping your dog on a leash.
Shaggy then see the pickup truck.
Upon discovering that the only occupant is a creepy old suit of empty of armor where the helmet falls off all by it's self, the two laugh nervously and beat it.
So after finding an abandon pickup truck and suit of armor that's probably wroth a lot of money, they do the most logical thing in the world, no they don't go the police, they tell their friends! And bring them to the spot. And now we meet the rest of the gang. Let the shipping, I mean mystery began!
"You'er right Shag this sure is strange," Comments Daphne.
Fred looks around the tuck for clues and finds one. A note telling where the black knight is supposed to be delivered.
Fred wonders what could have happen to the driver. Shaggy makes a joke about him going out for the night. Velma is less then amused.
Fred reads further that the Black Knight belongs to a Professor Hyde-White. "Hyde-White? I've head of hide-and-seek before, but never Hyde-White," Shaggy jokes."That's an English name you comedian." Velma corrects him. Shaggy looks so in love, I mean they look like such good friends.
Fred decides that something weird is going on. "Well gang we're up to our armor plats in another mystery." Wait you mean that done this before? And yes Fred did actually said that.
So off they go the museum the next day?
Mr. Wickles the museum curator isn't keene about having the Black Knight at the museum since there's a legend about the Black Knight being cursed and coming alive on the full moon.
He's not a happy man is he?
Which just happen to be last night. Cut to the Black Knight looking alive! Scaring Scooby.
Mr. Wickles has the janitors place the Black Knight in the medieval room.
Scooby follows. I guess he doesn't trust them.
Scooby finds a clue! "Scooby Doo! Where are you?" Calls Daphne. Scooby takes the glasses.
Velma's baffled by the mystery and Shaggy's hungry. He wants pizza.
Scooby agrees showing off his new glasses. Don't he look cute?
The gang wonders what his cagy kind of glasses are for and head the library. This is before we had internet kids.
Using the power of books the gang finds out about the glasses.
They're spacial glasses made for use by archaeologists made only in England. The gang puts two and two together."England archaeologist! Professor Hyde-White!"
So off they go to the museum to brake in! I mean look for clues to the missing Professor.
Since Fred can't brake down the door he decides that Shaggy will have to climb up the building into and open window and let them in because he's the thinest.
Fred gets out a ladder from the Mystery Machine and Shaggy get's get ready to climb up.
Too bad the ladder isn't hight, so Fred get's the brilliant idea to use the jack from the Mystery Machine to make the ladder go higher because what could more safer then that?
Velma notes that Shaggy still can't reach the window and Daphne tell her not worry because, "Shaggy's the swingest gymnast in school.
Shaggy swings up the window and makes it.
Though he loses points in the landing.
Now see the inside of museum where Shaggy has caused millions of dollars wroth of damages.
And comes out of it oaky!
He let's the rest of the gang inside, but he passes by the Black Knight's display case. Checking to make sure it's empty he goes on his way.
Unaware that he's being watched!
Shaggy lets the rest of gang in, who find the museum a little spooky at night.
Fred decides it's time to split up. He and Daphne will go one way and Shaggy and Velma the other way and Scooby will stay put and stand guard.
Scooby will only do it for two Scooby snacks. Fred agrees.
Scooby is ready to defend is post.
It goes great at first.
Until he see's his own shadow and takes off running in fear.
Cut Shaggy and Velma. Velma thinks they're being followed and Shaggy agrees knowing it's Scooby.
Scooby pounces on Shaggy knocking him down. Shaggy tells Scooby he can come with them. Scooby happy to hear that licks him in thanks.
Fred and Daphne look for clues and don't see a sarcophagus close behind them.
Shaggy, Velma, and Scooby have about as much luck as Fred and Daphne, but Shaggy dose pull the window shade down.
Velma asks him why he did that and he tells it's a full moon and he doesn't want to take any chances. Velma tells him it's only a legend and not to believe it.
When Velma and Scooby pause to look in a room Shaggy not paying attention walks right past them a few minutes notes that they've lost Shaggy.
Velma and Scooby continues to look for Shaggy. Scooby scared starts to chatter his teeth, Velma tells him to stop, but he can't so she ends up tying a handkerchief around his muzzle and now with Scooby unable to speck or bake the Black Knight decides to strike!
Velma of course has no idea what's going and make matter worse Scooby ends up knocking her down and her glasses off. But it turns out rather lucky for her as the the Black Knight trips over her while she's looking for her glasses and ends up locked in a stockade. At least I think it's a stockade, I'm probably wrong though. Scooby hides in the a flower pot.
What is this thing called?
Of course when ever Velma loses her glasses she also loses her common sense. Hearing the Black Knight grunt she mistakes him for Shaggy, thinking his cold has come back and gotten worse she get's ready to give him his cold medicine which has brought with her.
Shaggy meanwhile has been looking for Velma and Zonks when he see her and the Black Knight. Now here's the fun part Velma who has lost her glasses now has them on and still can't the difference between Shaggy and the Black Knight. Animation goof or Velma goof you be the judge.
Scooby looks for the gang and find dinosaur bones instead. He takes a bone and ruins a T-Rex skeleton angering the Black Knight. Scooby quickly rebuilds it.
The gang meets up and Shaggy tells that the Black Knight is alive. Velma points out that they still haven't any clues and Scooby comes running in sending Shaggy flying and knocking down.
Shaggy finds a clue! A missing picture
It's back by the time Shaggy get's the gang and shows them. Fred is not pleased, but Daphne find a clue. Blood! Scooby Doo, who murdered who?
Fred tells them it's paint. The gang follows the trail of red paint down the hall leading to the sarcophagus. Fred wants Shaggy to help him open it, but Shaggy refuses so Fred opens it by himself. Look what they find inside.
The gang looks around the secret room and they find a big clue. That solves the mystery at least in Fred and Velma's minds.
Danger-Prone-Daphne opens a door to reveal the Black Knight.
Black Knight is not happy as he attacks Shaggy.
Shaggy yells for Scooby to do something. Instead of attacking the Black Knight, Scooby decides to paint him.
It doesn't work as Scooby squirts red paint on him. So much for make paint not war.
The Black Knight chase the gang Scooby and Shaggy lose him.
And go to hide under a bear skin rug.
And it turns out that they didn't lose or fool the Black Knight after all. As he steps on the rug pulling it off them. Poor guys. They try hiding under a table and Black Knight smashes it to wall.
So the Black Night chases them because it's fun to pick on Shaggy and Scooby. Shaggy and Scooby met up with the gang again and the Black Knight chases them into the relic room. Fred and the girls hide in a tank.
While Scooby and Shaggy hide in an old air-plane.
Shaggy throws his voice fool the Black Knight and it works until Scooby laughs and accidentally turns the plane on with is tail. Because ill air in museums always have a full tank of gas.
But Scooby's goof and the negligent museums workers, work in the gangs favor. Because after flying around and braking the plane's off and crashing.
Shaggy and Scobby catching the Black Knight and look who it is!
Mr. Wickles! But why? He was an art swindler that why! Nasty man! Switching the museum's pictures for phony ones!
And at last the mystery is solved! Or is it are we forgetting something? Professor Hyde-White! The only one who could tell the difference. The gang didn't find him!
But wait here comes Scoody Doo with a shoe!What could it mean?
Follow him gang and you'll find out!
Professor Hyde-White! He was one who was watching them the entire time! You think he would have enough sense to grunt at Shaggy and gang when they walked by. Any who the Professor tells the gang that there never was any legend and that Wickles made the whole thing up to explain his mysterious disappearance. They theorize that Wickles got to the train station snuck into the armor and attacked the Professor on the way to the museum. Makes sense.
All seems well until...
Oh no is Black Knight really alive? No it's only Scooby Doobie Doo!
And so ends the episode! Whee! I had no idea how long it takes to make one of these things! Well I hoped you all like it!
It's been a while since I submitted art here; so I'm posting all my most recent sketches. They're not very polished (I drew most of these on my lunch breaks at work), but I hope you like them anyway.
This was a submission for the art challenge at dinkley_rogers (the challenge was "boxes" and my idea was a pick of them as newlyweds moving into their own place)
Some love for Daphne and Fred...
Pup-related fluff (mixed up with random stuff)....
More Pup doodles and sketches of Shaggy/Velma offspring.....
More S/V spawn!!!
I really dig these kid designs. I may draw some stories with them if there's interest
Also, since a few people asked, I made up some names for the kids:
The tall, skinny girl is Vera (which is Velma's name in the French dub of Scooby Doo)
The boy's name is Sammy (which is Shaggy's name in the French dub)
And the short, curvy girl is named Marie (I imagine Velma would want to name at least one of her kids after Marie Curie)
Another DTV is coming out in August!
Join Scooby-Doo, Shaggy and the Mystery Inc. crew as they head to Chicago for a talent show, a few museum tours and a whole lot of pizza. The windy city is home to the hit TV show, Talent Star, in which songwriting duo Fred and Daphne are finalists with high hopes. Not to be left out, Scooby and Shaggy have a secret act in the works, which they’re betting will take the contest by storm. Unlucky for all involved, the competition becomes frightful as the show is being broadcast from an opera house with a history of horrors and a particularly vengeful phantom that has cursed the show’s production.
Here's the trailer:
Ugh. I am not happy with the apparent romance focus (or the return of Daphne's trampy nightgown from Mystery Incorporated). This series of DTV movies is awesome when it focuses on friendship and mysteries. But it tends to flounder when it makes an attempt at romance. So I REALLY hope the Fred/Daphne stuff stays in the background (preferably as a secret between the girls).
What do you guys think?
Since Shaggy and Daphne got make overs for that show I would think that if Fred and Velma had been on it that they would of had an 80's look too.
So for Fred I'm thinking the Don Jonhson Miami Vice look, complete with a mullet.
Now Velma I'm really I'm drawing a blank only I think leg warmers would be part of her outfit.
Hey guys! Unfortunately, our old layout spazzed out and the person who originally designed it left LJ long ago. And, since I have no skill with LJ layouts, I just replaced it with one of the generic layout options so our comm wouldn't be full of ugly "these photos don't exist anymore" tiles. However, if anyone here has the skill to apply a custom background (I can design it, I just don't have the technical know-how to implement it), the help would be most appreciated!
For some time now, I've wanted to create a fanfic which would tell the story of Fred and Velma during the 13 ghosts show (as for now, all I have is a vague concept) - so, naturally, I think about it from time to time. Yesterday, a weird (maybe even creepy) thought came to my mind. What if the Evil Entity from SD:MI (a.k.a. the Show-That-Shall-Not-Be-Named - the STSNBN, for short) was the 13th ghost which, if I remember correctly, Daphne and the guys never caught? o.O
In this issue, Scooby tries to make it big by doing "stupid pet tricks" on a popular talk show.
I got Mark Evanier's autograph on this comic about 2 years ago. And it amuses me that Scooby now sports what appears to be a "Mark Evanier Cutie Mark". ^_^
So I guess this proves that Triumph The Insult Comic Dog stole his schtick from Scooby Doo!
It was at this point that Fred and Daphne regretted their decision to not obtain concealed carry permits....
Wow. Velma's plan to trap the lion and tiger was just completely frickin' insane! Like, seriously, the team genius couldn't think of anything better than "lock myself in a room with them and hop through a tiny window 3 feet above my head"!? O_o
It made me very happy to find out that fan demand is apparently the reason that HB comics put out a special "Pup Named Scooby Doo" issue.
Speaking of that issue, I scanned it already and you can read it here. Check it out if you haven't already. It's REALLY awesome! ^_^
As always, I don't mind if people use these scans to make icons or whatever (I can't claim "ownership" of a book with characters that clearly aren't mine just because I scanned it). But credit would be much appreciated if you do opt to use them or show them off elsewhere. Thanks!