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No Time For Heroics

A podcast about superhero movies, and some not-so-super hero movies. A funny, critical look at heroic fiction on screen from Republic serials to Imax blockbusters. If tights, capes, and close reads of pop culture are your thing, you're in the right place. New episode every Tuesday!
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May 2, 2017

For this terrifying tale of spooks, monsters, and money laundry, Justin Tucker from the upcoming Monster Squad Minute joins us to tackle one of the great legendary team-ups we never expected to see when Scooby Doo meets Batman and Robin!

 
Why does a cartoon have a laugh track? Is the Wayne Corporation in the business of putting well-meaning amusement parks out of business? How many Casey Kasem's can we cram into one cartoon? Was Joker a part of the Weapon X program? Just how hot are Anthony's attractive cousins?
 
Time to find out who the REAL world's greatest detective is: Batman v Velma Dinkley. Fight!
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  • six and a half years ago
    Allan Olley
    Note that the New Scooby Doo movies of which this was an episode were hour (44 minute) episodes, so 1:20 suggests two episodes. I recall a different mystery involving the Scooby gang and Batman involving an experimental jet suit, so there is another one you could do.

    Scooby Doo and Batman (and Weird Al) teamed up for a ten minute segment in the recent Batman The Brave and The Bold cartoon. So another possibility if you ever want to revisit this sort of thing...

    Scooby Doo's full name is apparently Scoobert Doo. Although in one cartoon (What's New Scooby Doo) he is named Scooby Doobus from Shagsmans Fields when being announced at a dog show... Also I think in the live action tv movie The Mystery Begins the Scoobert Doo thing is given with some further elaboration, but I can't remember or find a clear reference so I may have made that up.
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