A bizarre but lovable shapeshifting creature and his young comic book creator friends investigate reports of the paranormal.
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Mighty Mystery Comics is a small comic book studio with a staff that includes their bizarre companion, the Shmoo, an ever loving creature who can change his shape into anything he wants. Together, the crew goes to various places to investigate reports of the paranormal for material for their publications. In doing so, the Shmoo and his human friends encounter strange and threatening mysteries against which the Shmoo's powers and his friendly nature prove to be valuable assets. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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22 September 1979 (USA)  »

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L'impareggiabile Lady Gomma  »

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Spin-off Fred and Barney Meet the Shmoo (1979) See more »

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Mystery gang with a blob called Shmoo that beats old Scooby Doo
17 May 2005 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

The New Shmoo aired in late 1982 in Sweden under the name "Gnurglan" and was shown in a x-mas series called "Familjen Jullovsson". I have only seen a couple of episodes and have two on video. It is too bad that the episodes are not available on DVD or video. My favorite episode is called "Return of Dracula" that brings the gang to Transylvania where people disappears near Draculas castle.

There are episodes called: The Beast of Black Lake,The Ber-Shmoo-Da Triangle,The Flying Disc of Doom and The Warlock of Voodoo Island.

You might call The New Shmoo a cartoon X-files for children. If you like Scooby Doo you might love The New Shmoo.


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