Post by Scooby-Dingus on Jan 30, 2018 23:47:36 GMT -5
Robot Chicken did a pretty memorable take on Scooby-Doo... not only did Linda Cardellini reprise her role as Velma from the live-action films, but I do believe this was Don Knotts' last voiceover role before his passing. I don't know what's funnier-- Knotts using the word "homo" or Velma's vociferous sounds of pleasure over the credits. You go, girl.
Post by Scooby-Dingus on Feb 14, 2018 15:14:03 GMT -5
At least offer him a fresh fish, now-- not somebody's half-scarfed leftovers.
Robot Chicken, again... Velma is out with an injury, so a creepy goth girl steps into her role. A lot of deconstruction of the S-D mythos, Fred and Daphne's relationship addressed, and a goodly dose of sapphic subtext.
Post by scoobylover on Mar 23, 2018 15:24:08 GMT -5
"If I see carats like Bugs Bunny I'm Batman, robbin' for the money Strip her, bare feet like The Flinstones Make a Tom and Jerry whole way home I'm a snack so I attract Scooby Doo's Give 'em Smurf CENSORED, that's CENSORED I don't look for CENSORED so CENSORED Waldo Bitch, I'm cocky like Johnny Bravo"
The tabletop RPG BubbleGumshoe has a whole "drift" setting based on Scooby Doo, as well as minor references to the show. I should point out, the game has some mature content but mostly just in the sample stories, which you don't have to choose to play. I'm learning the system so I can run a Scooby Doo RPG.
Post by barneynedward on Jun 12, 2018 19:26:34 GMT -5
There's a book out called Meddling Kids. It involves teen sleuths after they've grown up. Only they've been traumatized by the horrors of their last case and it's ruined their lives. It's half comedy half horror.