If you could pick one villain to be in Be Cool Scooby-Doo, which one would it be (besides Elias Kingston, he's already been confirmed to be in the series)?
Mindy Cohn posted on Twitter that the next Scooby-Doo movie will be "Scooby-Doo Meets KISS" and will feature the second appearance of the famous band themselves.
Here's a picture of the script, posted by Mindy Cohn herself.
Family Guy holds the record currently for most Scooby-Doo references in a single show. The current record is 10.
Here are the comic press releases for May:
SCOOBY-DOO WHERE ARE YOU #57
On sale MAY 13
A ghost haunts the bridge of Lake Hivasu
With rhyme and riddle –
Can the gang solve it for the townspeople?
Or will they get caught in the middle?!
SCOOBY-DOO TEAM UP #10
On sale MAY 6
A cursed gem? A living mummy? They’re just the things to bring Scooby and the gang on the run – and pique the curiosity of Dr. Benton Quest. But when the “mummy” kidnaps Dr. Quest, the gang will have to team up with Quest’s son Jonny and his friends Race, Hadji, and Bandit to rescue the famed scientist!
What other HB characters would you like to see in the comic series Scooby Doo Team Up?
The new movie is officially out in all stores today. In addition, Target is selling exclusive bonus discs with the DVD. It is unknown what is on the extra disc at this time.
The New York Toy Fair gave Scooby fans their first look at the Scooby-Doo LEGOs this weekend, by posting these videos on YouTube for the general public to see.
Thanks to Scoob16 over at the ScoobyAddicts forum, we have official pictures of some logos from the upcoming Be Cool Scooby-Doo series.
I also asked Jon Colton Barry, someone who is working on the new show, if there would be references to the the previous series. He answered:
"Yeah, we're playing with using certain elements from Scooby's 40+ years of history, like Elias Kingston, here and there - mostly recontextualizing them and having fun/paying homage. It's not something we're doing a lot of or being too precious about, though. We're really trying to make a brand new show that someone who has never seen Scooby Doo before (as well as someone who LOVES Scooby Doo) can enjoy - but with little winks and nods here and there for the old fans."
You can view some other questions that he answered here:
Scooby-Doo was elected the official "president" of Cartoon Network for a year in 2000.
With Valentine's Day today, I thought I'd do something special and give a game review for the online Valentine's-themed game, Scooby-Doo: Love Quest.
Basically, what you need to do is balance the hearts on Scooby's head and try to get them over to Fred, while watching out for the ghost.
Overall, I think the game had a creative idea, but I think it could have been more creative and less repetitive. But still, it's a fun game and I would recommend for Valentine's Day.
Play the game here: