Charles A. Nichols
Format Used: Recorded VHS
Contains: Mild Violence
Genre: Comic Book Sci-Fi/Television
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Scooby and the gang continues to travel the world searching for adventures and stimulating mysteries with all kind of monsters,
ghosts and creatures that goes bump in the night.
Like they travel to Camalot to help Shaggy's uncle deal with the ghost of Merlin and the evil Black Knight. Or a ski
vacation turns into the mystery of the 10,000 Volt Ghost.
A visit to Oceanland becomes a search for a magic book in order to return a fossil back to the grave. Or is there more
to the Demon Shark?
A trip to the swamp to help old friends find who is behind the mystery of the Gator Ghoul.
A wrong turn ends up at a garden and must solve the mystery of the muntant Mantis Man of the Vulture's Claw
Some of my favorite episodes in this part of the series. I think my favorite monster is the 10,000 Volt Ghost. Also, I love
the Tar Monster and several others. However, some of the monsters are kind of silly.
I GIVE IT....9 STARS
I agree with Zedd, I love this show. But to note, here is a couple of examples of what Zedd was talking about. The Skeleton
Men of the Bramuda Triangle, The Creepy Heap From The Deep and The Headless Horsemen of Halloween. But still, I'm a big fan
and forgive all the flaws with the show.
I GIVE IT...9 STARS
ON THE POSTIVE SIDE (+ HITS):
+MONSTERS (On the most part, very cool monsters)
+MYSTERIES (Good, complicated mysteries that keep you guessing until the final unmasking)
+CHARACTERS (I always enjoy the characters in this show, with the introduction of Scooby-Dum and Scooby-Dee)
+COMEDY (Always a very funny series)
ON THE NEGATIVE SIDE (- MISSES):
-SOME LAME MONSTERS (Namely: The Skelemen, The Headless Horsemen and The Creepy Heap From The Deep)
-FAN BASED (If you're not big on Scooby-Doo, then this is not for you)