Check your local comic book shop for Scooby-Doo, Where Are You #52 , which came out today.
Here's the description:
At a local Renaissance Faire, people come from far and wide to pretend they’re in ancient times – and they flee far and wide when the ghosts of Renaissance-era knights appear to terrorize the faire! Can Scooby and the gang uncover the truth behind the ghosts? And can they survive their duels and jousts that it’ll take to unmask the regal wraiths?
The "Benson Fuhrman (Hairmore)" character from SDMI "Scarebear" was thought up when James Arnold Taylor did a Christopher Walken impersonation as a joke.
The Mystery Machine is featured in the latest Google Play commercial.
Watch the video here:
On 2 occasions, Scooby-Doo episodes have had language that some parents found controversial:
1. Who Was That Cat Creature I Saw You With Last Night (AKA Make a Beeline Away from that Feline): Scooby says "oh god" (technically using God's name in vain) when he is trapped in the elevator.
2. Scooby-Doo: The Movie: Fred says "Oh crap!!" when he is possessed.