History Analysis / SCOOBYDOO

6th Aug '16 3:20:54 PM nombretomado
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* Of course, it's not hard for the entire franchise (except maybe the live-action stuff) to all take place in the same universe, since the series as a whole has no continuing storyline and the time period is never made specific, other than some of the technology (one of the reasons for the original series' durability is that it WASN'T very time-stamped). Only minor details would have to be explained (most of which can be solved by simply shuffling the order of the shows/movies), and animation style means little, especially when its never been THAT different. It's really not supposed to be thought about very hard, or taken nearly as seriously as something like ''StarWars'', the ''DCUniverse'', or ''StarTrek''. Also, this doesn't even BEGIN to cover media like the chapter books, picture books (several dozen of which have original stories), the long-running comic book series (for almost 20 years), the 70s comic book series, and video games.

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* Of course, it's not hard for the entire franchise (except maybe the live-action stuff) to all take place in the same universe, since the series as a whole has no continuing storyline and the time period is never made specific, other than some of the technology (one of the reasons for the original series' durability is that it WASN'T very time-stamped). Only minor details would have to be explained (most of which can be solved by simply shuffling the order of the shows/movies), and animation style means little, especially when its never been THAT different. It's really not supposed to be thought about very hard, or taken nearly as seriously as something like ''StarWars'', ''Franchise/StarWars'', the ''DCUniverse'', ''Franchise/DCUniverse'', or ''StarTrek''.''Franchise/StarTrek''. Also, this doesn't even BEGIN to cover media like the chapter books, picture books (several dozen of which have original stories), the long-running comic book series (for almost 20 years), the 70s comic book series, and video games.



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15th Oct '15 3:35:56 PM TheWeird1
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** ''WesternAnimation/BeCoolScoobyDoo''
14th Sep '14 9:03:44 AM Lionheart0
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** Interesting enough, it was in this universe where the torch for the official voice of Shaggy got passed from the late ''Creator/CaseyKasem'' to ''Matthew Lillard.''
26th Dec '13 9:17:39 AM apeman33
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So I am unsure exactly which universes the multiple series and movies would take place in, here’s an accurate guess.

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So I am unsure It's not certain exactly which universes the multiple series and movies would take place in, here’s in. This is an accurate guess.attempt to sort out which shows/movies belong in which universe.
18th Oct '13 12:34:19 PM PurpleWarrior13
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* Of course, it's not hard for the entire franchise (except maybe the live-action stuff) to all take place in the same universe, since the series as a whole has no continuing storyline and the time period is never made specific, other than some of the technology. Only minor details would have to be explained (most of which can be solved by simply shuffling the order of the shows/movies), and animation style means little, especially when its never been THAT different. It's really not supposed to be thought about very hard, or taken nearly as seriously as something like ''StarWars'', the ''DCUniverse'', or ''StarTrek''. Also, this doesn't even BEGIN to cover media like the chapter books, picture books (several dozen of which have original stories), the long-running comic book series (for almost 20 years), the 70s comic book series, and video games.

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* Of course, it's not hard for the entire franchise (except maybe the live-action stuff) to all take place in the same universe, since the series as a whole has no continuing storyline and the time period is never made specific, other than some of the technology.technology (one of the reasons for the original series' durability is that it WASN'T very time-stamped). Only minor details would have to be explained (most of which can be solved by simply shuffling the order of the shows/movies), and animation style means little, especially when its never been THAT different. It's really not supposed to be thought about very hard, or taken nearly as seriously as something like ''StarWars'', the ''DCUniverse'', or ''StarTrek''. Also, this doesn't even BEGIN to cover media like the chapter books, picture books (several dozen of which have original stories), the long-running comic book series (for almost 20 years), the 70s comic book series, and video games.
18th Oct '13 12:32:24 PM PurpleWarrior13
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* Of course, it's not hard for the entire franchise (except maybe the live-action stuff) to all take place in the same universe, since the series as a whole has no continuing storyline and the time period is never that specific (and it's a cartoon where anything is possible). Only minor details would have to be explained (most of which can be solved by simply shuffling the order of the shows/movies), and animation style means little, especially when its never been THAT different. It's really not supposed to be thought about very hard, or taken nearly as seriously as something like ''StarWars'', the ''DCUniverse'', or ''StarTrek''. Also, this doesn't even BEGIN to cover media like the chapter books, picture books (several dozen of which have original stories), the long-running comic book series (for almost 20 years), the 70s comic book series, and video games.

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* Of course, it's not hard for the entire franchise (except maybe the live-action stuff) to all take place in the same universe, since the series as a whole has no continuing storyline and the time period is never that specific (and it's a cartoon where anything is possible).made specific, other than some of the technology. Only minor details would have to be explained (most of which can be solved by simply shuffling the order of the shows/movies), and animation style means little, especially when its never been THAT different. It's really not supposed to be thought about very hard, or taken nearly as seriously as something like ''StarWars'', the ''DCUniverse'', or ''StarTrek''. Also, this doesn't even BEGIN to cover media like the chapter books, picture books (several dozen of which have original stories), the long-running comic book series (for almost 20 years), the 70s comic book series, and video games.
18th Oct '13 12:31:24 PM PurpleWarrior13
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* Of course, it's not hard for the entire franchise (except maybe the live-action stuff) to all take place in the same universe, since the series as a whole has no continuing storyline. Only minor details would have to be explained (most of which can be solved by simply shuffling the order of the shows/movies), and animation style means little, especially when its never been THAT different. It's really not supposed to be thought about very hard, or taken nearly as seriously as something like ''StarWars'', the ''DCUniverse'', or ''StarTrek''. Also, this doesn't even BEGIN to cover media like the chapter books, picture books (several dozen of which have original stories), the long-running comic book series (for almost 20 years), the 70s comic book series, and video games.

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* Of course, it's not hard for the entire franchise (except maybe the live-action stuff) to all take place in the same universe, since the series as a whole has no continuing storyline.storyline and the time period is never that specific (and it's a cartoon where anything is possible). Only minor details would have to be explained (most of which can be solved by simply shuffling the order of the shows/movies), and animation style means little, especially when its never been THAT different. It's really not supposed to be thought about very hard, or taken nearly as seriously as something like ''StarWars'', the ''DCUniverse'', or ''StarTrek''. Also, this doesn't even BEGIN to cover media like the chapter books, picture books (several dozen of which have original stories), the long-running comic book series (for almost 20 years), the 70s comic book series, and video games.
18th Oct '13 12:25:02 PM PurpleWarrior13
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The original Scooby-Doo, which debuted in 1969, kept its voice actors throughout the franchise shockingly consistent for a large amount of time. With Casey Kasem voicing Shaggy until 2009, Creator/FrankWelker voicing Fred Jones presently, and Creator/DonMessick voicing Scooby-Doo (most of the time) up until the late 1990's. That being said, Don Messick's death had a strong impact on the series overall. When I say that, I don't mean that it was sad, and the series had to find someone else to voice Scooby; there's more to it than that. ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland'' was made in memory of Don Messick, and many fans agree that because of this movie, the series was revived in the 2000's, due to the 1990's being a pretty dormant time for Scooby-Doo. It's because of Messick's death and the film being made in memory of someone that the series was revived in the 2000's and is still going on strong to this day. Messick's death may have been '''the''' overall contributing factor that led to the creation of ''Zombie Island'', which saved the series' life.

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The original Scooby-Doo, which debuted in 1969, kept its voice actors throughout the franchise shockingly consistent for a large amount of time. With Casey Kasem voicing Shaggy until 2009, Creator/FrankWelker voicing Fred Jones presently, and Creator/DonMessick voicing Scooby-Doo (most of the time) up until his retirement in 1996 (he passed away the late 1990's.following year). That being said, Don Messick's death had a strong impact on the series overall. When I say that, I don't mean that it was sad, and the series had to find someone else to voice Scooby; there's more to it than that. ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland'' was made in memory of Don Messick, and many fans agree that because of this movie, the series was revived in the 2000's, due to the 1990's being a pretty dormant time for Scooby-Doo. It's because of Messick's death and the film being made in memory of someone that the series was revived in the 2000's and is still going on strong to this day. Messick's death may have been '''the''' overall contributing factor that led to the creation of ''Zombie Island'', which saved the series' life.
18th Oct '13 12:19:55 PM PurpleWarrior13
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* Of course, it's not hard for the entire franchise (except maybe the live-action stuff) to all take place in the same universe, since the series as a whole has no continuing storyline. Only minor details would have to be explained (most of which can be solved by simply shuffling the order of the shows/movies). It's really not supposed to be thought about very hard, or taken nearly as seriously as something like ''StarWars'', the ''DCUniverse'', or ''StarTrek''. Also, this doesn't even BEGIN to cover media like the chapter books, picture books (several dozen have original stories), and video games.

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* Of course, it's not hard for the entire franchise (except maybe the live-action stuff) to all take place in the same universe, since the series as a whole has no continuing storyline. Only minor details would have to be explained (most of which can be solved by simply shuffling the order of the shows/movies).shows/movies), and animation style means little, especially when its never been THAT different. It's really not supposed to be thought about very hard, or taken nearly as seriously as something like ''StarWars'', the ''DCUniverse'', or ''StarTrek''. Also, this doesn't even BEGIN to cover media like the chapter books, picture books (several dozen of which have original stories), the long-running comic book series (for almost 20 years), the 70s comic book series, and video games.
18th Oct '13 12:17:25 PM PurpleWarrior13
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* Of course, it's not hard for the entire franchise (except maybe the live-action stuff) to all take place in the same universe, since the series as a whole has no continuing storyline. Only minor details would have to be explained. It's really not supposed to be thought about very hard, or taken that seriously. Also, this doesn't even BEGIN to cover media like the chapter books and picture books (most of which have original stories).

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* Of course, it's not hard for the entire franchise (except maybe the live-action stuff) to all take place in the same universe, since the series as a whole has no continuing storyline. Only minor details would have to be explained. explained (most of which can be solved by simply shuffling the order of the shows/movies). It's really not supposed to be thought about very hard, or taken that seriously. nearly as seriously as something like ''StarWars'', the ''DCUniverse'', or ''StarTrek''. Also, this doesn't even BEGIN to cover media like the chapter books and books, picture books (most of which (several dozen have original stories).
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