‘Shada,’ the Douglas Adams ‘Doctor Who’ story abandoned due to a strike, is being re-released with all-new animation and restored footage. Read More
Felicette, the cat who went to space, will be honored with a statue in her native France. Read More
The rebooted animated series’ inaugural season resumes Friday night with “Berbils,” in which the band of refugees encounter a village of robot bears in need of assistance. Watch an exclusive clip from this week’s episode and get producer Michael Jelenic’s … Read More
The latest animated adventure with the Mystery Inc. gang arrives Saturday when Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur airs on Cartoon Network before coming to DVD and Blu-ray Sept. 6. It’s good timing to keep mystery hounds happy: Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated … Read More
Since it debuted in 1969, Scooby-Doo! has always been about snacking, solving mysteries, snacking and unmasking phony monsters (except for a few excursions into “monsters are real” territory that are generally best forgotten). And did I mention the snacking?
Before people traveled through time in hot tubs, there were phone booths — and I don’t mean “Bill & Ted’s.” That comedic romp came out in theaters in 1989, the same year “Doctor Who” left the airwaves after more than … Read More
This summer Cartoon Network is launching the 11th TV incarnation of the canine sleuthing toon that began in 1969 with Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? [This is a guest post by Jayson Peters] Scooby-Doo: Mystery Incorporated is a reboot of that … Read More
Scooby-Doo never dies, no matter how badly he gets savaged. For this, I am grateful. As a diehard fan, having grown up in the ’80s with after-school reruns, I have raised my boys, ages 5 and 15, with those classics. … Read More