|Character model sheet.|
|Daphne bribes Scooby with Scooby Snacks.|
|Freddy with a copy of The National Exaggerator, his favorite tabloid.|
|Daphne has Jenkins properly dispose of Red Herring.|
|Using an X-Ray to stave off the Chickenstein monster.|
|Shaggy and Scooby hiding their fear well.|
|Velma takes the wheel on her motorized skateboard built for five.|
|The Pup crew makes a comeback on What's New, Scooby-Doo?|
Although direct-to-video movies, video games and future series would restore the characters to their teenaged selves, the character designs from this series were used (with some modifications) in a flashback of “The Menacing Metallic Clown” episode of What’s New, Scooby-Doo? and inspired the design of the puppets used in the direct-to-video movie Scooby-Doo! Adventures: The Mystery Map. Milton Bradley produced two puzzles based on the show in 1989, and Applause released a stuffed Scooby in 1990. Archie Comics’ Hanna-Barbera Presents #5 featured two stories starring the Pup cast. They made a brief return to the printed page for the franchise’s 50th anniversary in DC Comics’ Scooby-Doo Team-Up #50, which featured a collection of the different Scooby character incarnations, and were featured in a flashback tale in The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries #6 in 2021.
|Crisis of infinite Scoobies from Scooby-Doo Team-Up #50.|
Between 2005 and 2007, Warner Home Video released the series to DVD across seven volumes. In 2010, the first three volumes were rereleased in a single collection, and the following year the first four were rereleased together. In 2008, the complete first season was released, followed by season 2-4 in 2009. Four episodes were released as special features between the compilation DVDs For the Love of Snack and Surf’s Up, Scooby-Doo! and the direct-to-video film, WrestleMania Mystery. The first two seasons were made available for streaming in the iTunes store and the complete series on Amazon Prime Video.
Originally posted in 2015. Updated in 2021.