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Scooby-Doo! Creeper Chronicles (スクービー·ドゥー！クリーパー'クロニクル, Sukūbī· Do~ū! Kurīpā Kuronikuru) is an anime reincarnation of the popular Scooby-Doo series. It airs on Cartoon Network internationally, and is rated TV-PG.
|Scooby-Doo! Creeper Chronicles|
John DiMaggio, Vic Mignogna, Todd Haberkorn, Caitlin Glass, Colleen Clinkenbeard (English)/Kujira, Junichi Kanemaru, Kappei Yamaguchi, Maaya Sakamoto, Mayumi Tanaka (Japanese)
- Scooby-Doo-Mystery Inc.'s faithful mascot. Somewhat cowardly, but will gladly take on any challenge to help is team. Despite being the mascot for the team as a whole, his true owner is Shaggy.
- Norville "Shaggy" Rogers-Scooby's owner and the comic relief of the team. Despite his appearance and cowardly personality, he is easily annoyed and and angered; this usually stems from either being insulted or from attracting unwanted attention (usually from girls).
- Fred Jones-Mystery Inc.'s self-appointed leader. He loves setting up elaborate traps to catch masked criminals in. Despite being the leader, he is the least intelligent of the group.
- Daphne Blake-The "damsel in distress" of the group. She tries hard to provide more significance amongst the team. She loves Fred very much.
- Velma Dinkley-The brains of the operation. When she is not providing information for her friend's mysteries, she participates in otaku activities. She has a crush on Shaggy, and occasionally tries to drag him into her otaku agenda.
See List of Episodes from Scooby-Doo! Creeper Chronicles for more details.
- Most blood and violence is edited out. One exception, however, is the episode "Hopping Mad! Plight of the Vampire!", in which the Chinese Hopping Vampire had a small amount of blood on its fangs.
- In some episodes, Shaggy will accuse Velma of being a pervert; while these lines are changed, they sometimes imply that Velma was acting devious while not directly saying so.
- Some instances of "fan service" are taken out; usually, the only instances in which they stay in is if they are subtle, have significance in developing the plot, or are simply too hard to censor out.
|Norville "Shaggy" Rogers||Junichi Kanemaru||Vic Mignogna|
|Fred Jones||Kappei Yamaguchi||Todd Haberkorn|
|Daphne Blake||Maaya Sakamoto||Caitlin Glass|
|Velma Dinkley||Mayumi Tanaka||Colleen Clinkenbeard|
Japanese Culture ReferencesEdit
- This series' incarnation of Velma is now an otaku, a fan of anime and manga; she will occasionally make references to various anime titles such as One Piece, Fullmetal Alchemist, Naruto, Soul Eater, and Ouran High School Host Club. Shaggy occasionally does this as well, as Velma's usually getting him involved in her otaku agenda.
- Velma, Shaggy, and Daphne are in a Japanese studies class.
- In the episode "Wicked Fairy! The Wicked Shadow Sorceress!", one of the suspects is a ganguro girl named Makoto.
- In "Curse of Akihabara! The Otaku Oni Strikes Back!", the gang actually visits Japan; anime and manga is referenced excessively, the word "otaku" is actually used, and the villain is a Japanese demon known as an Oni.
- In the Japanese version, honorifics are often added after the characters' names; the most common examples are "Fred-kun", "Daphne-chan", "Velma-kun/chan", and "Shaggy-kun/chan".
- Velma's references to Soul Eater, Fullmetal Alchemist and Ouran High School Host Club are funny in hindsight, as Shaggy is voiced by Vic Mignogna in English, who also voiced Spirit Albarn, Edward Elric and Tamaki Suoh.
- The Ouran references continue as Daphne is voiced by Maaya Sakamoto in Japanese and Caitlin Glass in English, both of which voiced Haruhi Fujioka.
- Velma's references to One Piece are also funny, as both her Japanese and English voice actresses voiced Monkey D. Luffy.
- Not counting A Pup Named Scooby-Doo! and the live action movies, this is the first time that Fred is not voiced by Frank Welker.
- The name of the series derives from the name of a villain from the first Scooby-Doo series, who was referred to as the "Creeper".