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Time for a brand-new series, and one that I know *nothing* about!

Here comes the intro – let’s see what’s up.

We’ve got Scooby in a kitchen… and since I’m watching in historically-accurate Certified Late‘80s VHS-O-Vision™, certain frames look like–

–Scooby is some transcendent multi-dimensional being, phasing in and out of existence within our mortal realm.

Then again, how do we know he’s not?

A monster pops out of his food bowl, and Scooby does…

…uh… whatever this is.

Cut to Scoob alongside Tiny Daphne in a graveyard.

She then proceeds to phase the Scooby Snacks–

 –straight through his ear, because Tiny Daphne is magic, I guess.

At this point, the theme song specifies that:

When the ghosts and ghouls attack, Scooby eats a Scooby Snack!

but Tiny Daphne pours the whole box of ‘em down his throat, throwing the whole “*a* Scooby Snack” thing out the window.

Immediately after, Scooby does–


…he does… uh…

whatever this is? I guess?

And then, he… uh, he kinda…


becomes a rocket? Because reasons?

I don’t want to know what part of Scooby makes that exhaust port.

Scooby-rocket ascends into the heavens…

…up, up into the sunset sky…

Random Babby Velma walks in…

…and Scooby-rocket… wait, explodes into fireworks?

And then Random Tiny Velma makes her eye b–…




…oh. Ohhhh dear.

Well, that explains everything.

Get ready, folks, this show is gonna be a heck of a Scooby-rocket ride.


So far the only one I hate is the last one… I still watch it… it’s bad… but somehow I find it pointless to complain since theres like a million scooby doo series plus accoriding to what ive read up each scooby doo series is like a different team from alternate universes which might explain why the villans and mystery inc themselves have a different sort of background or vibe to them or like how we went from them being in Coolsville to Crystal Cove!

Hey, remember when I said that first episode of A Pup Named Scooby-Doo yielded 53 posts-worth of material?

Yeah, well, turns out there were even two more gifs that had gotten lost.

Scooby, intermittently flying through the window…

I hear a “vvvrrrooosh!” sound in my head every time he goes by, like the old Humongous Entertainment educational games had.

…and the now-empty front gate having silhouettes of the gang when lightning strikes, because the animators didn’t want to bother to re-do it.

So… yeah. One episode, 55 posts, in actuality.

Just imagine what would happen if they made a Pup Named Scooby-Doo movi– wait, no. I am not giving them any ideas.


Why Wolves?

Check out this short film to get sold on the idea!

It’s my first short-short film at The Animation Workshop!
I worked in a group of 6 with 5 others on this, I was animator, character designer did some backgrounds, some voice acting (i’m barking) and did alot of animations!

It was great working on it, and i’m so happy to finally share it!

Who else used to watch A Pup Named Scooby-Doo on Cartoon Network? I used to watch it all the time! It was a fun alternative to the usual frightful atmosphere of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

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ZOINKS! Did you know Scooby-Doo has been around for 50 years?!

Well, don’t look for clues, because we cover the evolution of Mystery Incorporated on Then VS Now!