Long-time ComicsAlliance readers may recall that I'm a pretty big fan of Scooby-Doo, and even though that original series never quite lived up to its potential, there's one area where it definitely excelled: The awesome painted backgrounds that Mystery Inc. would wander through in search of their latest masked scam artist.
Like a lot of classic animation art, Scooby's backgrounds were way better t
I'll admit that sometimes, I get a little down on things. I'm not normally a pessimist, but every now and then, the pressures and problems of life get to me, and I start to think that maybe there's nothing pure and beautiful and good left in this crazy old world.
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Q: On Scooby-Doo, do you prefer the monsters to be real or people in costumes? -- @heythisisbrian
A: You know, as much as I tend to allow myself to be defined by my obsessio
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