We have been waiting to offer a Scooby Doo bean bag chair for years, now we are finally able to. This bean bag chair has the phrase "Roh Roh" and is a comfy place to sit and watch episodes of the gang. Made in the USA, this is something that you can enjoy for years and that can work in a living room, game room, or child's bedroom.
This is one fun way to get your little one excited about cleaning up.
These Scooby Doo refrigerator magnets are a fun and easy way to start your day off with a smile. Anywhere you can put a magnet, you can put one of these Scooby Doo magnets to give yourself a little laugh.
THIS IS A 2012 CALENDAR -- Those meddling kids are at it again! Four decades of antics have made Scooby-Doo and Shaggy household names. Enjoy mystery and fun with imagery from the new hit Scooby-Doo show, Mystery Incorporated, in this 16-month wall calendar.
The Scooby Doo franchise has a new animated series on cartoon network. If you haven't watched it yet, it has its pros and cons. I have waited and watched a few episodes before jumping in. In my humble opinion, it is not as good as the original or What's New Scooby Doo, but it is better than the Scrappy Doo series and A Pup Named Scooby Doo.
On the plus, side the animation is very good. It has the look and feel of the Scooby Doo video games. The monsters are all new and it is not just a re-hashing of the old series. It is unique and fun. Also, it is Scooby Doo.
On the negative side, it does not have the layers or depth of humor that we had in What's New Scooby Doo. That series was quick witted and clever and often poked fun at itself. Mystery Incorporated is much more formalistic and the only jokes seem to be about eating and being scared.
The other distracting part is the almost overbearing story of unrequited love. In this series, Daphne is pursuing Fred, who is oblivious. Also, in a new twist the Velma and Shaggy are or are trying to be a couple. This just does not work for me.
While I am disappointed in parts, I find my self watching it week after week.
It's on Monday nights at 9 on Cartoon Network. Watch it and let us know what you think.