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The Wild Brood 

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A rowdy ORC BIKER GANG has decided to roll through Crystal Cove and no one is very happy about it. Especially Fred, who freaks out when Daphne gets a crush on their leader ODNARB while he and Daphne are out on their first date.

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Scooby-Doo / Fred Jones (voice)
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Velma Dinkley (voice)
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Daphne Blake / Female Patron (voice)
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Shaggy Rogers (voice)
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Krod / Bartender (voice)
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Mr. E (voice)
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Mayor Fred Jones Sr. / Guard #2 (voice)
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Maxwell / Spanker Chief / Shadowy Ore (voice)
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Chen (voice)
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Gabtraf (voice)
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Odnarb (voice)
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Foog / Dren / Guard #1 (voice) (as Kevin M. Richardson)
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Sheriff Stone (voice)
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A rowdy ORC BIKER GANG has decided to roll through Crystal Cove and no one is very happy about it. Especially Fred, who freaks out when Daphne gets a crush on their leader ODNARB while he and Daphne are out on their first date.

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2 April 2011 (USA)  »

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The character, Odnarb, is based on Marlon Brando's character (Johnny Strabler) in 'The Wild One' (1953). His name is even Brando spelled backwards. See more »

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Too violent and scary, and not enough humor
9 December 2012 | by See all my reviews

This story theme is too violent and scary. They add jealousy anger and most undesirable personality traits. Characters that look like ugly green monsters that are motorcycle gang bullies.

In this series the art is lawful. The colors are psychedelic with 3 or more layers of colors on the characters faces and background scenery. This is nothing like the original series which has a humor in it. The scenes and themes of the episode are scary and have little value to the Scooby Doo history.

They make the characters grow up which is fine but the images are too sexy for us Scooby lovers. Daphne wears a sleep outfit with a chest bulging out of her top while she is in bed and the characters enter her bedroom, it is too sexy for cartoons for kids. She also have purple eyes which instead of her look of dark eyes in all the other Scooby Doo remakes.

The producers are trying to make this some sort of graphic series and not focused on the characters but on the art. It is not easy on the eyes to view. There is little humor or pleasant themes. There is anger from the girls for not getting enough good attention from Shaggy and Fred, really asinine for a cartoon. The stories are scary with scary scenery and Scooby Doo is not the scared, funny dog, that saves the day.

The previous episode-Mystery Solvers Club State Final, shows Scooby sick and in bed. He has a dream and in the dream all the characters are like from the original series. They don't have multiple layers of colors to cast phony shadows on people or things. I was hoping they finally changed this Crystal Cove series after viewing Mystery Solvers episode but it has not.

I am so disappointed this series cannot equal Scooby Doo Where are you 1969-1970, The New Scooby Doo Movies 1972-1973,The Scooby Doo Show 1976,The New Scooby Doo Mysteries 1984-1989 and Clue Club 1976. There are others Scooby Doo series like 13 Ghost of Scooby Doo 1985 which I do not like and some others which I do not like.

So, I want Scooby Doo to be funny with Shaggy and I want these cartoon images to act and look funny, I don't want them to look and act like ghouls or love hungry teens.


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