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Scooby Doo Mystery Incorporated: Season 1 V.1 [Reino Unido] [DVD]

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A New Interesting Take on a Classic 22 de enero de 2011
Por Ryokosha - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I love this new take on Scooby-Doo, but understand why others would see the differences as shocking.

One of the most interesting new aspects of Scooby-Doo Mystery Inc. is the underlying mystery which provides greater depth to the show as each show helps builds upon the next one with small parts of the larger mystery slowly being revealed. In previous versions of Scooby-Doo it was rare for the other mysteries to be mentioned and very little looking back, which worked well for the original Scooby-Doo but also made going back and re-watching previous shows something to do just to re-watch, not to watch again for subtle plot points which might have been missed in the first viewing leading to better understanding of the characters and the larger mystery.

As to the romantic interests developing in the show others have mentioned, I actually think these new romances help to breathe more life and give more depth to the characters. In my opinion, within previous versions of Scooby-Doo Velma, for example, was a very smart girl and a interesting character but she was mainly to me the smart girl, friend of Daphne, Shaggy, Scooby, a bit of a klutz at times but nothing really to bring her more to life then that; this new version though with the romantic interest show to her character helps show more sides to her even hinting at possible darker side then previously shown and as a result works to bring far more life to her character.

Fred and Daphne's romance was always hinted at and lets none of us forget both boys and girls in high school and be rather oblivious to signals sent from the opposite sex as some of us might remember being ourselves in those days. So Daphne sending out massive hints and Fred being a bit dense about the signals does nothing to take away from his character for me and again helps to make him more real. His character is still the one who is crafty and intelligent with building the traps but with this added dimension to his character, like with Velma, more life is breathed to the character for me.

Overall an excellent new version of a classic that I think succeeds and honors the original series far more in putting its own mark on the classic characters within the classic series then it could ever by trying to copy the original, which with other versions in the past is where I think those versions have failed, trying too hard to be a precise copy of the classic.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Scooby-Dooby-NEW Series 28 de febrero de 2011
Por Tim Coogan - Publicado en Amazon.com
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For over 40 years - and I don't mean dog years - the lovable hound Scooby-Doo and his team of intrepid Fred, beautiful Daphne, intelligent Velma, and laid-back Shaggy have been solving mysteries with danger, intrigue, and lots of laughs and songs to boot. Now they're back in a brand-new series for fans old and new alike: "Scooby-Doo Mystery Incorporated".

Come join the gang as they tackle all-new mysteries in a seaside town called Crystal Cove as they track down a slime creature ("Beware the Beast from Below"), gator people ("The Creeping Creatures"), a spooky trucker ("Secret of the Ghost Rig"), and a human crab ("Revenge of the Man Crab"). Of course, it's just gonna be someone in a very convincing disguise if you follow practically every mystery in the past with those "meddling kids", if you will.

Not much else to say about this DVD (even though I feel your pain for those of you wanting a season set), but there are a couple things about the series that puzzles me: one, the fact that Fred is acting a bit more trap-happy in the series despite Daphne trying to win him over; and two, the bizarre romantic relationship between Velma and Shaggy. What's up with that ?

Ah, well, at least this series as well as new movies like "Abracadabra-Doo" and "Camp Scare" are faring nicely. I hope more new episodes will premiere soon because the gang is still trying to crack the case of a one "Mr. E." Stay tuned and don't forget the Scooby Snacks !
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I love it 22 de marzo de 2014
Por Shari Meyer - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Sooby-Doo is a 5 star because he's funny and likes to eat alot. I like it because Shaggy and Velma are girlfriend abd boyfriend and Shaggy has to keep it a secret from Scoobywitch is hard to do and is funny how they have to do it. I recommend to every kid who likes watching Scooby-Doo and the rest of the gang.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Mr. E makes it work! 3 de enero de 2011
Por Scottland Jacobson - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Understandably, some of you are upset by the "updates" to the series. I happen to LOVE every element. I think it's great to update the characters and have Fred and Daphne and Velma and Shaggy dance around romantic relationships. Plus, the original series always hinted at Fred being a lug, Daphne being overly vain and Velma having crushes (yes, she really should be a lesbian). I actually love the addition of the parents and how they protect the town for tourism. If you watch closely in the scenes in the Dinkley's museum - you'll see lots of references to monsters from the original series. The show has some awesome jokes and I find myself guffawing loudly while watching (and I'm in my 40's!). The mysteries are great - and scary - and the overarching mystery of the original Mystery, Inc. along with Mr. E is fantastic. Every time they advance the story arc with reveals (I actually gasped at the reveal in the pet insane asylum!), it just draws me in deeper. I am a HUGE Scooby Doo fan (have been since I was a wee one - I was born the same year Scooby Doo - Where Are You? premiered) and I think this is a great continuation of the series. After the very disappointing live-action "Scooby Doo and the Curse of the Lake Monster," I'm very pleased that the animated Scooby Doo continues strong. Although I'll agree with the rest of you that delivering the short series on multiple discs is annoying. It was hard enough to find on Cartoon Network as it did not show every week. Just give us all 13 episodes in one package!!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I'm a big fan and my daughter loves it, too 15 de marzo de 2012
Por heyheyhey - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
What a tremendous job they did with the newest incarnation of Scooby Doo, Mystery Incorporated. The characters have really come to life and each adds something interesting to the team without demolishing the stuff that made the original versions great. Their interactions are fast, fun, and amazingly charming; their conversations are always entertaining and sometimes become hilarious.

The technology is modern--cell phones, chat rooms, etc.--and the clothing is late 60's and yet it's done so seamlessly you never question it. Heck, it's great to see the gang in their (pretty much) original costumes again.

The monsters are truly monstrous, but the writers keep to the tradition and have them all unmasked at the end. (As an aside, I do not like Scooby Doo shows where the monsters wind up being real witches or aliens or whatever. That's a personal preference; your mileage may vary.) Also, the villains typically are used to poke some lighthearted fun at the conventions of the show. One lady believes her son or daughter is slighted and so does "what any mother with an advanced degree in robotics would do..." Which is just awesome. Oh, and the tried-and-true "I would have gotten away with it if it weren't for you meddling kids," is parodied consistently through the episodes.

Inside jokes abound; there's a beach scene with the teenage versions of Bam-Bam and Pebbles rocking out Flintstone style. And there are 2 characters from 90210 or some other 90's show that constantly show up to be terrorized by various monstrosities. There's a statue of Scrappy Doo that makes Daphne shudder, and an equally horrified Fred puts his arm around her, leading her away, reminding her how they promised they'd never speak of that. H.P Lovecraft--excuse me, Hatecraft--makes a few appearances as well. Lots of fun.

Additionally, there are overarching storylines similar to something you might see on the X-Files concerning the original Mystery Incorporated Gang. All in all, really just a magnificent effort, updating the franchise while remaining true to its spirit. If you haven't seen it, you really should.


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