So how are you guys liking Be Cool, Scooby Doo! so far?
How would you rate the episodes?
It definitely feels like Warner Brothers was looking at TTG and trying to re-create that with Scooby Doo by "thinking outside the box" of usual incarnations and going for a more silly comedic approach, without some of the randomness and (some) of the mean spiritedness of TTG. It's not bad, it has some fun jokes here and there, but I think the voice acting deliveries are really flat, so the jokes aren't as funny as they COULD be. Which isn't the problem of the show, characters like Velma just have shitty voices to begin with, it's hard to have a comedian flair to it, unlike the voice actor for Cyborg who just says things in a really funny way, even if the script itself isn't hilarious.
Can anything ever beat A Pup Named Scooby Doo, with the king of all suspects: Red Herring?
>A Pup Named Scooby Doo
Nigga you best be kiddin'
>A pup named Scooby-Doo
But that was literally one of the only good Baby spinoffs.
I don't know why, but seeing Velma sitting in such an un-ladylike manner really gets my juices pumping.
Holy shit, is this art real? How could anyone watch that crap?
It's real alright. Super real.
Seen it, while it wouldn't make to my top 10 it still a pretty ok show.
>mfw Mystery Machine sll of these gadgets
it's fucking Scooby Doo, MI is enjoyable but are you seriously depriving a new generation the chance to experience Scooby Doo because of "Muh Mystery Incorporated" besides, it's not half bad. It's a return to form, something that Scooby Doo needed, ever since Shaggy and Scooby Doo Get a Clue. Just a bunch of Teenagers going around solving mysteries in different places.
Plus, they stepped up their mystery game
Woah, what a controversial opinion, good thing you added "There, I said it" on the end as if you're the only person to think that.
Next you'll be saying Scrappy wasn't a good character.
The 60's cartoon has a lot of defenders, and some people really dislike A Pup Named Scooby Doo on principle because it's from the baby fad.
Maybe it's not so uncommon here, but there's no need to get so assmad.
Extremely sarcastic isn't the same as assmad. One guy talked shit about Pup and literally every response called him out on it, you're add on was the same as going "I'll get downvoted for this but here's the popular opinion".
Agree with Zombie Island though, that is the GOAT of Scooby media, especially if you hadn't seen any specials/movies where the monsterswere real before.
>not even considering those shitty seasons of Scooby-Doo & Scrappy-Doo where Scooby, Shaggy and Scrappy try being pizza chefs or Scooby dreams that they're in a Wizard of Oz parody or some random crap
If anything, they have even stronger personalities here. Fred in particular is now a mixture of Q, Squidward, and Race Bannon. Velma's got a sharper wit, but her insufferable moments are balanced out by her being subject to physical comedy in addition to her usual level of helpfulness. Daphne secretly craves recognition and respect, but goofily moves from gimmick to gimmick in her attempts to get some; she's very rarely the damsel-in-distress though and is more physically adept and oftentimes more courageous than Velma. Scooby and Shaggy alternate between being bigger cowards than they've ever been and undergoing bouts of willing self-sacrifice
This movie is playing right now, it's actually not bad at all.
He-man was just toy commercials disguised as a gay pride parade.
They all had the same body, but with different shit tacked on.
I do agree however that the Old Scooby Doo shows had neat character design, though they the typical Hanna-Barbera quality of animation.
It does a lot to highlight why I hate Velma with every fiber of my being
I was so mad when I found out the villain
switched their test scoresbut so incredibly relieved to find out Shaggy had the highest score
I dunno about it. It's not nearly as bad as I expected and my biggest problem with it is honestly just "not muh", but that's been my problem with pretty much everything Scooby Doo since What's New. And of course that fucking artstyle will always be ugly. Also from what I've seen it kind of feels like Scooby is the weakest character. Like they tried so hard to develop the others that they just kind of did nothing with him.
To be perfectly honest, a lot of the dialogue jokes remind me of early Family guy. I dunno, something about the way they deliver jokes or do the flow of conversation.
>Pup Named Scooby Doo
You wanna have a bad time?
>Scooby named in some guy's will for saving his life
Did they remake one of the best SDWAY episodes or is it just coincidence?
>mfw Fred's VA in APNSD died of a heroin overdose while in prison for armed robbery
Daphne is definitely the best character in the gang, by far.
It's actually surprising that it took this long for her to shine, despite being probably the third most featured character in the franchises history after Scooby and Shaggy.
I didn't get it until High School after my English teacher explained where the term came from. Apparently, a red herring is what they would use to distract dogs during a fox hunt to make it more challenging.
my nigga Ghost Clown ain't never showing up again
It's been years since I watched it, but I remember fucking loving A Pup Named Scooby Doo as a kid. I even got up and danced to the little songs with them. That was top quality children's television.
Never re-watch your childhood favorites. It's a rare few that still hold up 20 years later. I made the mistake of downloading all of Ducktales, watched the first episode, and decided I couldn't stand Scrooge's accent. Darkwing Duck didn't fare much better.
>liking youtube E-celeb cancer
man, you faggots are insufferable
I rewatched Darkwing Duck and I fucking loved it.
Now Super Mario, my favorite show for YEARS as a child, now that's a show that didn't fucking hold up.
Almost every episode of Mario 3 starts with the characters putzing around and then suddenly IT'S KOOPA'S DOOMSHIP
One could argue that the style in itself is not bad, but it's really goddamn strange for a Scooby Doo cartoon to have it.
Any given scene looks like it could be from a one-off Family Guy skit instead of an actual show.
It's pretty dang good as long as you can suspend your disbelief. Mystery Inc was dang good too, but for other reasons. This one is just plain funny and entertaining. Daphne is the best character by far. I don't think that's ever happened. In the old shows she was just eye-candy or to accidentally bump into a clue. I keep expecting Velma to suddenly transform and start talking in Gilbert Godfrey's voice though.