History WesternAnimation / WhatsNewScoobyDoo

11th Jun '16 11:54:01 AM BatmanKalEl
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* TheNewAdventures
2nd Jun '16 8:27:40 PM Megachamp
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** In a more non-monster example, in ''Homeward Hound'', the big bad's dog (which is small dog, oddly enough) is disguised as an [[EvilTwin evil version of Scooby Doo]]. Oh, and in case you're wondering, excluding a of a lack of a collar, [[PerpetualFrowner constant scowl]] and more aggressive behavior, [[http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/scoobydoo/images/b/bf/Scooby_impostor_%28Homeward_Hound%29.png '''it's actually very convincing disguise''']] Yeah, '''that''' Scooby is '''small dog in disguise.'''

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** In a more non-monster example, in ''Homeward Hound'', the big bad's dog (which is small dog, oddly enough) is disguised as an [[EvilTwin evil version of Scooby Doo]]. Oh, and in case you're wondering, excluding a of a lack of a collar, [[PerpetualFrowner constant scowl]] and more aggressive behavior, [[http://vignette4.'''[[http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/scoobydoo/images/b/bf/Scooby_impostor_%28Homeward_Hound%29.png '''it's it's actually very convincing disguise''']] disguise]]''' Yeah, '''that''' Scooby is '''small dog in disguise.'''
2nd Jun '16 8:26:41 PM Megachamp
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* ProWrestlingEpisode: "Wrestle Maniacs", thankfully unrelated to it's [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWrestlemaniaMystery newer counterpart]].

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* ProWrestlingEpisode: "Wrestle Maniacs", thankfully unrelated to it's [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWrestlemaniaMystery newer cash-cow counterpart]].



* ScoobyDooHoax: Naturally.

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* ScoobyDooHoax: Naturally.Naturally, however:



** Pretty consistently, if the monster is some kind of robot or techno-terror, it's real. This is consistent with the occasional way-out science-fiction explanations for the more conventional hoaxes.

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** Pretty consistently, if the monster is some kind of robot or techno-terror, techno-terror (like hostile robot or a [[AutomatedAutomobiles Killer Mystery Machine]]), it's real. This is consistent with the occasional way-out science-fiction explanations for the more conventional hoaxes.hoaxes.
** Some Monsters are actually remote-controlled insead of someone riding them like vechiles or being in a costume.
** You'd think the BigBad of ''High-Tech House of Horrors'' would be some sort of hacker or [[KillerRobot Jeeves]]. However in reality, it's actually [[spoiler: S.H.A.R.I., the AI inside the House, That's right, the '''haunted house''' itself was the villain the whole time]].
** The Space Ape's infant form subverts this trope (although the adolescent and adult forms are indeed a human), as the infant version is still a living, breathing creature in disguise, just not a ''human'' in disguise.
**In a more non-monster example, in ''Homeward Hound'', the big bad's dog (which is small dog, oddly enough) is disguised as an [[EvilTwin evil version of Scooby Doo]]. Oh, and in case you're wondering, excluding a of a lack of a collar, [[PerpetualFrowner constant scowl]] and more aggressive behavior, [[http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/scoobydoo/images/b/bf/Scooby_impostor_%28Homeward_Hound%29.png '''it's actually very convincing disguise''']] Yeah, '''that''' Scooby is '''small dog in disguise.'''
2nd Jun '16 6:09:06 PM Megachamp
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* AttackOFTheKillerWhatever: Most, if not all of which are pretty ridiculous:
** Of all things, the [AutomatedAutomobiles '''Mystery Machine''']] invokes this trope in ''It's Mean, It's Green, It's the Mystery Machine''.

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* AttackOFTheKillerWhatever: Most, if not all A lot of which are pretty ridiculous:
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** Of all things, the [AutomatedAutomobiles '''Mystery '''the Mystery Machine''']] invokes this trope in ''It's Mean, It's Green, It's the Mystery Machine''.



** An Abdominal (literal) Snowman in ''A Scooby-Doo! Christmas''.
** The Baseball Specter [[spoiler: (and this time, it's not [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheCyberChase virus-related]])]] in ''The Unnatural''.

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** An Abdominal abdominal (literal) Snowman in ''A Scooby-Doo! Christmas''.
** The Baseball Specter [[spoiler: (and this time, it's not [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheCyberChase virus-related]])]] a ghostly virus]])]] in ''The Unnatural''.Unnatural''.
** The scarecrows in ''A Scooby Doo Halloween''.
** The Demon Farmer in ''Farmed & Dangerous''
** A man made of solid gold in ''Gold Paw''
** An Ice-bodied Hockey player in ''Diamonds Are a Ghoul's Best Friend''
** The [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever Giant Bird]] from ''New Mexico, Old Monster''
** [[KillerRobot Killer robot]] Cowboys (led by Cold Steel) in ''Go West, Young Scoob''
** [[EvilTwin Mystery inc. Doppelgangers]] in ''A Scooby-Doo Valentine''.
** The [[VisualPun Monster Truck Driver]] in ''Gentlemen, Start Your Monsters!''
2nd Jun '16 5:51:10 PM Megachamp
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** The Baseball Specter [[spolier: (and this time, it's not [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheCyberChase virus-related]])]] in ''The Unnatural''.

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** The Baseball Specter [[spolier: [[spoiler: (and this time, it's not [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheCyberChase virus-related]])]] in ''The Unnatural''.
2nd Jun '16 5:50:22 PM Megachamp
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* AttackOFTheKillerWhatever: Of all things, the '''Mystery Machine''' invokes this trope in ''It's Mean, It's Green, It's the Mystery Machine''.

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* AttackOFTheKillerWhatever: Most, if not all of which are pretty ridiculous:
**
Of all things, the [AutomatedAutomobiles '''Mystery Machine''' Machine''']] invokes this trope in ''It's Mean, It's Green, It's the Mystery Machine''.Machine''.
** [[ItMakesSenseInContext Glowing Safari Animals]] in ''Safari, So Goodi!''.
** [[LivingToys Evil toys]] in ''Toy Story Boo''.
** [[KillerRobot The robot servant]] and [[spoiler: The '''house''' itself, which was the villain the whole time]] in ''High-Tech House of Horrors''
** A monster '''made of Scooby Snacks''' in ''Recipe for Disaster''.
** An Abdominal (literal) Snowman in ''A Scooby-Doo! Christmas''.
** The Baseball Specter [[spolier: (and this time, it's not [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheCyberChase virus-related]])]] in ''The Unnatural''.
* AutomatedAutomobiles: The Mystery Machine in ''It's Mean, It's Green, It's the Mystery Machine'', where it attempts of kill the very people who ride in it multiple times.



* EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs: The monster of ''3D-Struction'' is a TyrannosaurusRex-like Ghost.



* GentleGiant: The "Coral Creature", which turned out to be one of the few (if not only) times where the monster was real.

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* GentleGiant: The [[spoiler: "Coral Creature", Creature"]], which [[spoiler: turned out to be one of the few (if not only) times where the monster was real.real]].



* HumongousMecha: All of the gigantic monsters [[spoiler: (minus the Coral Creature)]] are this, whether it's ascetically or through a reveal.



* MonsterClown: A giant version of this attacks a mini golf course in "A Terrifying Round with a Menacing Metallic Clown". This is more of a problem than usual because Velma has a phobia of clowns.

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* MonsterClown: A giant version [[HumongousMecha giant, mechanical version]] of this attacks a mini golf course in "A Terrifying Round with a Menacing Metallic Clown". This is more of a problem than usual because Velma has a phobia of clowns.



* ProWrestlingEpisode: "Wrestle Maniacs".

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* ProWrestlingEpisode: "Wrestle Maniacs".Maniacs", thankfully unrelated to it's [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWrestlemaniaMystery newer counterpart]].
26th May '16 11:19:18 PM GargusSCP
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Additionally, this series is no longer produced by the original Creator/HannaBarbera Productions (which ceased to exist by 1998), instead, it was produced by its then-parent company, [[WarnerBrothers a certain animation studio]] that is famous for making [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes a series of theatrical shorts starring a wise-cracking rabbit, a lisping duck and cat, a stuttering pig and a small canary, and is often nicknamed ''Termite Terrace'']].

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Additionally, this series is no longer produced by the original Creator/HannaBarbera Productions (which ceased to exist by 1998), instead, it was produced by its then-parent company, [[WarnerBrothers a certain animation studio]] that is famous for making [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes a series of theatrical shorts starring a wise-cracking rabbit, a lisping duck and cat, a stuttering pig and a small canary, and is often nicknamed ''Termite Terrace'']].
[[WarnerBrothers]].
21st May '16 4:26:58 PM Megachamp
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** ''Reef Grief!'' Features a giant Reef-based Monster. [[spoiler: Though in a surprising twist, it's '''not''' actually the main antagonist, and simply just an innocent (albeit monstrous) sea creature that was just disturbed by the real big bad's mining]].

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** ''Reef Grief!'' Features a giant Reef-based Coral Monster. [[spoiler: Though in a surprising twist, it's actually '''not''' actually the main antagonist, antagonist in disguise, and simply just an innocent (albeit monstrous) sea creature that is indeed real. In fact, the only reason it even attacks was just disturbed by due to the real big bad's mining]].Big Bad mining through it's home]].
21st May '16 4:14:19 PM Megachamp
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** ''Reef Grief!'' Features a giant Reef-based Monster [[spoiler: Though in a surprising twist, it's '''not''' actually the main antagonist, and simply just an innocent (albeit monstrous) sea creature that was just disturbed by the real big bad's mining.]]

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** ''Reef Grief!'' Features a giant Reef-based Monster Monster. [[spoiler: Though in a surprising twist, it's '''not''' actually the main antagonist, and simply just an innocent (albeit monstrous) sea creature that was just disturbed by the real big bad's mining.]]mining]].
*AttackOFTheKillerWhatever: Of all things, the '''Mystery Machine''' invokes this trope in ''It's Mean, It's Green, It's the Mystery Machine''.
21st May '16 4:11:47 PM Megachamp
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* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: Occasionally episodes have this trope as MonsterOfTheWeek, however, it's more prominent ''Big Appetite in Little Tokyo'' where '''Shaggy''' ends up becoming a Godzilla-expy.

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* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: Occasionally episodes have this trope as MonsterOfTheWeek, however, it's more prominent MonsterOfTheWeek:
**''The Fast and the Wormius'' has a giant Sand Worm.
** The monster in
''Big Appetite in Little Tokyo'' where '''Shaggy''' ends up becoming is "Shag-Zilla", a Godzilla-expy.Godzilla-fied '''Shaggy'''.
**''Large Dragon at Large'' has, well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a large dragon at large]].
**''New Mexico, Old Monster'' has a gigantic eagle-like bird as it's monster.
**''A Terrifying Round with a Menacing Metallic Clown'' Features a gigantic metallic clown. Also counts as a villainous example of a HumongousMecha.
**''Block-Long Hong Kong Terror'' also features a dragon, this time a Chinese one.
**''Reef Grief!'' Features a giant Reef-based Monster [[spoiler: Though in a surprising twist, it's '''not''' actually the main antagonist, and simply just an innocent (albeit monstrous) sea creature that was just disturbed by the real big bad's mining.]]
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