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Why is Scooby Doo, Where Are You? (1969) Genuis?Scooby Doo, Where Are You has always been a genius and in my opinion, was never topped
Well, it looks like Hanna Barbera did it this time, never has a single cartoon from this company had excited me than this, Scooby Doo, Where Are You? Is not only the best out of Hanna Barbera, it is the most original classic cartoon since Futurama, yes, Scooby Doo, Where Are You is the best cartoon to be released 29 and a half years before Futurama, I seriously mean that, so what makes Scooby Doo a genius? Everything, everything from the stories, premise, artwork, animation and atmosphere, pretty much everything about it works and the best thing about it is that it uses it’s skills to become the perfect mystery show. Speaking of skills, the atmosphere is outstanding as hell, there’s a story where the gang try to fight off a puppet master, but end up getting chased by a puppet, or how about another one, where Scooby Doo ends up hiding in the pots and the mummy finds him, that’s how s
White fur and purple scales forever (part 1)It all began at the Golden Oaks Library, with Spike the dragon sitting at a table, sewing up an aritcle of clothing that he plans to give to a certain pony he knows.
As he continues to pull the needle and yarn through the fabric, his friend Twilight Sparkle came walking by him from behind and noticed the wardrobe he's sewing.
She stopped walking to see what the dragon's making, out of curiosity.
Twilight: Hey, Spike. What's that you're making?
Spike: This, Twilight, is a very special gift that i'm giving to the one pretty pony who i've had the hots for always.
Twilight: Let me guess: Rarity.
Spike: Who else? And i've just about completed the finishing touches.
Twilight: When did you even start learning how to sew?
Spike: About a month ago. I asked rarity to teach me everything i need to know to create the perfect homemade article of clothing.
The dragon tied up the remaining loose yarn as he finished creating his gift.
Spike: And it's done. Take a look, Twilight.
He held it up for the