History WesternAnimation / ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland

17th Oct '17 6:58:19 PM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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--->[[spoiler:'''Simone:''']] [[EvilAllAlong I've been getting away with it for]] [[spoiler:[[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld TWO HUNDRED YEARS!]]]]

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--->[[spoiler:'''Simone:''']] [[EvilAllAlong I've been getting away with it for]] [[spoiler:[[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld TWO HUNDRED YEARS!]]]][[spoiler:''[[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld two hundred years!]]'']]
15th Oct '17 4:11:44 PM Peridonyx
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* AmbiguouslyEvil: [[spoiler:The GreaterScopeVillain Cat God. On the one hand, he seemed benevolent and generous toward Lena and Simone's settler group... but on the other hand, when the two asked him for {{Revenge}} on Moonscar's crew, his response was to turn them into LifeDrain-ing werecats and withhold the [[PowerAtAPrice Price]] from them until after the fact.]]

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* AmbiguouslyEvil: [[spoiler:The GreaterScopeVillain Cat God. "cat god." On the one hand, he seemed benevolent and generous toward Lena and Simone's settler group... but on the other hand, when the two asked him for {{Revenge}} on Moonscar's crew, his response was to turn them into LifeDrain-ing werecats and withhold the [[PowerAtAPrice Price]] from them until after the fact.]]
15th Oct '17 4:11:11 PM Peridonyx
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* AmbiguouslyEvil: [[spoiler:The GreaterScopeVillain Cat God. On the one hand, he seemed benevolent and generous toward Lena and Simone's settler group... but on the other hand, when the two asked him for {{Revenge}} on Moonscar's crew, his response was to turn them into LifeDrain-ing werecats and withhold the [[PowerAtAPrice Price]] from them until after the fact.]]
9th Oct '17 1:31:32 AM Rissis
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** Snakebite Scrugs is quickly shrugged off as a suspect since while he's a nasty guy, he still saved Shaggy and Scooby from alligators.

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** Snakebite Scrugs Scruggs is quickly shrugged off as a suspect since while he's a nasty guy, he still saved Shaggy and Scooby from alligators.
9th Oct '17 1:24:08 AM Rissis
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With a warmly-received journey into relatively mature writing (partially helped by being a DolledUpInstallment, see below), ''Zombie Island'' marked a or, in some peoples' opinions, ''the'' high point in the ''Scooby-Doo'' franchise. The film, as mentioned before, is beautifully animated more so than any incarnation before and still unmatched today with a literally dark and realistic feel to it. On top of that, it featured a somewhat cynical/mature look at what happened to Mystery Inc. after their adventures were done, which would be touched on again in TheMovie, but with less success. Characters were more fleshed out and three-dimensional, especially the newly empowered Daphne. The irrelevant pop songs of past cartoons gave way to Alternative and Metal music. The story appealed to older viewers with honest-to-goodness death as part of the backstory, and the end result for the gang if they didn't win.[[note]] [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil Although the back cover mentioned that they [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil do]] [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil make it out alive.]] [[/note]] And the best part of it all? No contrived story with a guy in a mask... just like the ads promised, [[PunctuatedForEmphasis they were Real. Stinkin'. Zombies]]. Probably the only complaint the movie generated was, "[[AnimationAgeGhetto it's too scary for young]] ''[[AnimationAgeGhetto Scooby]]'' [[AnimationAgeGhetto fans]]."

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With a warmly-received journey into relatively mature writing (partially helped by being a DolledUpInstallment, see below), ''Zombie Island'' marked a or, in some peoples' opinions, ''the'' high point in the ''Scooby-Doo'' franchise. The film, as mentioned before, is beautifully animated more so than any incarnation before and still unmatched today with a literally dark and realistic feel to it. On top of that, it featured a somewhat cynical/mature look at what happened to Mystery Inc. after their adventures were done, which would be touched on again in TheMovie, but with less success. Characters were more fleshed out and three-dimensional, especially the newly empowered Daphne. The irrelevant pop songs of past cartoons gave way to Alternative and Metal music. The story appealed to older viewers with honest-to-goodness death as part of the backstory, and the end result for the gang if they didn't win.[[note]] [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil Although the back cover mentioned that they [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil do]] they]] ''[[TrailersAlwaysSpoil do]]'' [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil make it out alive.]] [[/note]] And the best part of it all? No contrived story with a guy in a mask... just like the ads promised, [[PunctuatedForEmphasis they were Real. Stinkin'. Zombies]]. Probably the only complaint the movie generated was, "[[AnimationAgeGhetto it's too scary for young]] ''[[AnimationAgeGhetto Scooby]]'' [[AnimationAgeGhetto fans]]."
9th Oct '17 1:22:47 AM Rissis
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With a warmly-received journey into relatively mature writing (partially helped by being a DolledUpInstallment, see below), ''Zombie Island'' marked a or, in some peoples' opinions, ''the'' high point in the ''Scooby-Doo'' franchise. The film, as mentioned before, is beautifully animated more so than any incarnation before and still unmatched today with a literally dark and realistic feel to it. On top of that, it featured a somewhat cynical/mature look at what happened to Mystery Inc. after their adventures were done, which would be touched on again in TheMovie, but with less success. Characters were more fleshed out and three-dimensional, especially the newly empowered Daphne. The irrelevant pop songs of past cartoons gave way to Alternative and Metal music. The story appealed to older viewers with honest-to-goodness death as part of the backstory, and the end result for the gang if they didn't win.[[note]] [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil Although the back cover mentioned that they ''[[TrailersAlwaysSpoil do]]'' make it out alive.]][[/note]] And the best part of it all? No contrived story with a guy in a mask... just like the ads promised, [[PunctuatedForEmphasis they were Real. Stinkin'. Zombies]]. Probably the only complaint the movie generated was, "[[AnimationAgeGhetto it's too scary for young]] ''[[AnimationAgeGhetto Scooby]]'' [[AnimationAgeGhetto fans]]."

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With a warmly-received journey into relatively mature writing (partially helped by being a DolledUpInstallment, see below), ''Zombie Island'' marked a or, in some peoples' opinions, ''the'' high point in the ''Scooby-Doo'' franchise. The film, as mentioned before, is beautifully animated more so than any incarnation before and still unmatched today with a literally dark and realistic feel to it. On top of that, it featured a somewhat cynical/mature look at what happened to Mystery Inc. after their adventures were done, which would be touched on again in TheMovie, but with less success. Characters were more fleshed out and three-dimensional, especially the newly empowered Daphne. The irrelevant pop songs of past cartoons gave way to Alternative and Metal music. The story appealed to older viewers with honest-to-goodness death as part of the backstory, and the end result for the gang if they didn't win.[[note]] [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil Although the back cover mentioned that they ''[[TrailersAlwaysSpoil do]]'' [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil do]] [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil make it out alive.]][[/note]] ]] [[/note]] And the best part of it all? No contrived story with a guy in a mask... just like the ads promised, [[PunctuatedForEmphasis they were Real. Stinkin'. Zombies]]. Probably the only complaint the movie generated was, "[[AnimationAgeGhetto it's too scary for young]] ''[[AnimationAgeGhetto Scooby]]'' [[AnimationAgeGhetto fans]]."
9th Oct '17 1:18:24 AM Rissis
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With a warmly-received journey into relatively mature writing (partially helped by being a DolledUpInstallment, see below), ''Zombie Island'' marked a or, in some peoples' opinions, ''the'' high point in the ''Scooby-Doo'' franchise. The film, as mentioned before, is beautifully animated more so than any incarnation before and still unmatched today with a literally dark and realistic feel to it. On top of that, it featured a somewhat cynical/mature look at what happened to Mystery Inc. after their adventures were done, which would be touched on again in TheMovie, but with less success. Characters were more fleshed out and three-dimensional, especially the newly empowered Daphne. The irrelevant pop songs of past cartoons gave way to Alternative and Metal music. The story appealed to older viewers with honest-to-goodness death as part of the backstory, and the end result for the gang if they didn't win.[[note]] [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil Although the back cover mentioned that they ''do'' make it out alive.]][[/note]] And the best part of it all? No contrived story with a guy in a mask... just like the ads promised, [[PunctuatedForEmphasis they were Real. Stinkin'. Zombies]]. Probably the only complaint the movie generated was, "[[AnimationAgeGhetto it's too scary for young]] ''[[AnimationAgeGhetto Scooby]]'' [[AnimationAgeGhetto fans]]."

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With a warmly-received journey into relatively mature writing (partially helped by being a DolledUpInstallment, see below), ''Zombie Island'' marked a or, in some peoples' opinions, ''the'' high point in the ''Scooby-Doo'' franchise. The film, as mentioned before, is beautifully animated more so than any incarnation before and still unmatched today with a literally dark and realistic feel to it. On top of that, it featured a somewhat cynical/mature look at what happened to Mystery Inc. after their adventures were done, which would be touched on again in TheMovie, but with less success. Characters were more fleshed out and three-dimensional, especially the newly empowered Daphne. The irrelevant pop songs of past cartoons gave way to Alternative and Metal music. The story appealed to older viewers with honest-to-goodness death as part of the backstory, and the end result for the gang if they didn't win.[[note]] [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil Although the back cover mentioned that they ''do'' ''[[TrailersAlwaysSpoil do]]'' make it out alive.]][[/note]] And the best part of it all? No contrived story with a guy in a mask... just like the ads promised, [[PunctuatedForEmphasis they were Real. Stinkin'. Zombies]]. Probably the only complaint the movie generated was, "[[AnimationAgeGhetto it's too scary for young]] ''[[AnimationAgeGhetto Scooby]]'' [[AnimationAgeGhetto fans]]."
9th Oct '17 1:15:17 AM Rissis
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''Don't you know it's Terror Time?'' \\
''And it's Terror Time again'' \\

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''Don't you know it's Terror Time?'' terror time?'' \\
''And it's Terror Time terror time again'' \\



''Yes, it's Terror Time again'' \\

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''Yes, it's Terror Time terror time again'' \\
9th Oct '17 1:13:45 AM Rissis
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''Don't you know it's terror time?'' \\
''And It's terror time again'' \\

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''Don't you know it's terror time?'' Terror Time?'' \\
''And It's terror time it's Terror Time again'' \\



''Yes, it's terror time again'' \\

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''Yes, it's terror time Terror Time again'' \\
20th Sep '17 1:49:17 PM DG89
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** Daphne being the believer and Fred being the skeptic is a reversal of their roles in ''WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo''.
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