What's New Scooby Doo: Vol.1 - Space Ape At The Cape  [DVD]
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Four more animated adventures for the six-foot talking dog and his friends, from the 2000s series 'What's New, Scooby Doo'. In 'Space Ape at the Cape', Velma has won the Best Invention of the Year award from NASA, and has arrived at the organisation's headquarters with the gang to collect it. But the gang are soon on the run from a terrifying alien. In 'There's No Creature Like Snow Creature', the amateur sleuths are in a mountain resort to watch a snowboarding competition when a mysterious snow creature starts to attack the participants one by one. 'Big Scare in the Big Easy' sees the gang in New Orleans for the Mardi Gras. When Daphne gets kidnapped, the sleuths find themselves caught up in a mysterious tale involving two rival ghosts. Finally, in '3-D Struction', our heroes are in Costa Rica for the opening of a museum exhibition about dinosaurs. They get more than they bargained for when a legendary dino-spirit comes to life, much to the horror of everyone in the museum.
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The quality of the graphics is much higher than the old serie and the musical themes used during the various episodes is always engaging and well chosen. The intrigue is always there and the structure of the episodes is what makes the cartoon so pleasantly fun and also predictable but this is what you would expect from a Scooby-Doo cartoon and I mean that on a positive way.
So, all around: well done.
Great prices available and DVDs came in good condition.