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I’m not sure what is is about Scooby-Doo!, but I can say that my youngest son (currently age 4) is a major fan. In some ways, he has a love hate relationship with it. Some of the shows (especially the modern ones) tend to get a little too scary for him. However, he can watch the classic episodes with no ill effect. Knowing this, I was happy to have Scooby-Doo! 13 Spooky Tales For the Love of Snack! arrive at the house this winter to review.
About Scooby-Doo! 13 Spooky Tales For the Love of Snack!
Scooby-Doo! 13 Spooky Tales: For the Love of Snack! features an exciting selection of suspenseful mysteries that will delight both kids and adults alike. In Wanted Cheddar Alive, the gang faces a cheese monster who puts the Scooby Snacks factory out of business. The owner of a local burger house is haunted by a burger monster on Night of the Living Burger. Big Appetite in Little Tokyo has the Mystery Inc. crew traveling to Tokyo, where Shaggy eats a cursed pizza and grows into a Godzilla-like monster. On Alaskan King Coward, Scooby and his pals uncover a prehistoric creature. These and other captivating mysteries await viewers on this not-to-be-missed release.
- Wanted Cheddar Alive
- Night of the Living Burger
- The Devouring
- Big Appetite in Little Tokyo
- Scooby’s Bull Fright/Stow-Aways/Long John Scrappy
- Scooby Ghosts West/Swamp Witch/Waxworld
- Scooby’s Swiss Miss/Et Tu, Scoob?/Soggy Bog, Scooby
- South Seas Scare/Scooby Gumbo/Alaskan King Coward
- When the Cicada Calls
- Hothouse Scooby/Scooby Doo 2000/Punk Rock Scooby
- Recipe for Disaster
- The Gathering Gloom
- The Many Faces of Evil
Our Thoughts on Scooby-Doo! 13 Spooky Tales For the Love of Snack!
J has been loving this particular collection and already identified which episodes he can watch and which ones are too scary for him. He doesn’t know them by name, but rather will say “can I watch the disc that doesn’t have the hamburger episode on it?”
Like other collections, this one is a mixture of some newer episodes and others from throughout the years. It’s definitely a good one to have for the Scooby-Doo lover in your life.
Do you have a Scooby-Doo Lover in your house?
Any favorite Scooby-Doo episodes for you?