January 31, 2012

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Scooby-Doo Mystery Inc. “Crystal Cove Curse” Season 1, Part 2 #Review

The adventures of a talking dog and his four human pals as they try to unravel the strange and haunted history of their hometown. The tone is comedic, but it will never lose the edge that our heroes are in some frightening situations. The stakes are real. Now you can see the second 14 episodes of Season 1 together in this set.
We are huge Scooby Doo fans.  Our son has Scooby stuffed animals, a Mystery machine lunch box that he totes his characters in, clothes, blanket, etc.  So when I was offered the opportunity to preview this volume, I jumped at the chance.  We had saw some of the episodes previously when they were on TV, but it was nice to get to watch them again. I love how all the shows we watched as kids, is now back and popular with our children.  Mystery Incorporated is just a revamped version of  the classic Scooby series!  So if  you are a fan of the classics, you will love this series!   Have yet to see any of the prior episodes, not to worry, jump on in on this DVD and you will fall in love with this show!   14 fun episodes complete this DVD, save them and watch over time or if your kids are like mine, con the babysitter into letting complete one DVD and start on the next!  I am just as hooked as the kids and look forward to these episodes.

Some clips:
Scooby-Doo! Mystery Inc. - Crystal Cove Curse Trailer

Scooby-Doo! Mystery Inc. - Bugs

Scooby-Doo! Mystery Inc.- No Monsters Allowed

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