Zoiks! Like, let’s check it out on YouTube, Scoob!

I’m a child of the 80s. Fine, I’m a child of the 70s, too. Actually, I guess I’m really just kind of a child. Which is why, when asked by my friends at Zeitghost Media, I jumped at the chance to help Warner Brothers with its latest promotion.

It seems like only yesterday. I remember waking up before the sun, sneaking down the groovy-orange-carpet-covered stairs past my sleeping parents bedroom to pour myself a big bowl of Count Chocula and tune into Saturday morning cartoons. Bugs Bunny, Hong Kong Phooey, Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids and, of course, Scooby Doo. That goofy dog, his ragtag team of hipster detectives and far-out guests including everyone from The Harlem Globetrotters to Sonny & Cher … they always made me laugh. And, let’s be honest, who among us didn’t want to BE Daphne? (Sorry,  Velma. Were you even a girl?)

I’ve got good news, fellow Scooby-philes! Now you can watch all new videos from DCKids & Warner Bros. on their Youtube channels. They’ve got everything from  Batman Unlimited, DC Super Friends and … yes! … Scooby-Doo. And there’ll be lots of new additions in the next year so be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss anything.


Want to take a chance to win one of five mystery toy gift baskets from DCKids & WBKids? (Mystery baskets? Seriously, could that be more Scooby-inspired?) Each prize is worth at least $50.

CLICK HERE  TO WIN!


Good luck to all you meddling kids out there!

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8 responses to “Zoiks! Like, let’s check it out on YouTube, Scoob!

  1. It really was a good show that, if I remember correctly, started in 1969. I’ve always loved mysteries – cartoon or not. Scooby-Doo was funny and had just the right amount of suspense for kids. Good to hear it’s still around.

    • When something sticks around as long as Scooby and the gang, it’s got to be good.

      Which sort of explains why you don’t see a lot of Tab on the shelves these days. 🙂

  2. Oh my god! My mom got my sister and I into Scooby-Doo from a young age. We had tapes of marathons of Barney, Blue’s Clue, and Scooby-Doo and it was the BEST for two bored girls sometimes! She has a total of 8 episodes on her DVR as we speak so it doesn’t matter how old you get in our house, Scooby-Doo is still the shit! I’m glad when I see school supplies that there’s still SD stuff out there. 🙂

  3. Like wow, Scoob! This makes me even hungrier for a Scooby snack. 😉

  4. This is almost all my kids will watch!! We love Scooby-Doo so much that we have a collection of short stories, almost all of the movies, and a picture of us as the characters, from Universal Studios! Jinkies, Zoinks, and Jeepers!!

  5. Well, now you have another way for them to plug in … to something that’s actually good. 🙂

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