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Girls wIth Guns

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I was eight years old when the original Scooby Doo, Where are You? series aired back in 1969-1970. I enjoyed the original series episodes but completely lost all interest in it when they introduced Scrappy Doo later in the 1970's. I haven't watched any Scooby Doo series or movies since then. I think I mentioned this before, but I never could tolerate any small, talking animal sidekicks added just for silly comic relief in any cartoons or anime. That is why I dropped Granblue Fantasy like a hotcake after only a couple episodes. Ugh. A shame, because that series seemed like it would have been an excellent story otherwise.
 
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Mr L

School Idol
I was eight years old when the original Scooby Doo, Where are You? series aired back in 1969-1970. I enjoyed the original series episodes but completely lost all interest in it when they introduced Scrappy Doo later in the 1970's. I haven't watched any Scooby Doo series or movies since then.
The best stuff IMO post-original series is direct-to-cideo 'Scooby-Doo on Zombie I'and' and the 'Mystery Incorporated' series rrom a few tears ago. Primarily because, like the original, they remember to alkow it to be have moments of genuine creepiness, atmosphere and a willingness to be a bit provocative, for kids ar the very least.
 

Invisible Crane

Great Teacher

So it turns out season 4 of Bravest Warriors which was not legally available outside the US is on Amazon Prime now. Took Frederator/Nelvana long enough to make it finally legally watchable here!
 
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