Scooby Doo LOST Finale!

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After the events of Mystery Incorporated, Norville and Scooby Doo find themselves seeking more realities apart from the rest of the gang, and what this twisted world has to offer.

Separated from his friend, Norville searches the Nether, seeking his best bud, while hoping he finds some answers along the way.

But for Norville, perhaps the truth should forever remain in the dark.

Will his lust for knowledge be his downfall, as it was for old Scooby Doo?

I mostly did a voice and writing for this one, Minty did all the animation this time, as opposed to the reverse for the other two animations. Next animation is gonna have us both animating! Make sure you follow him on twitter.

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WAT !11

I dont understand the story but I liked:)

There is so much about this that is wonderful and the more I think about it, the more I wanted to give some serious critique. I guess you could say I want this to become "more perfect."


1) The dialog is great.

2) Whenever Scoobs says "Raggy" in that voice, that's just 100% comedy gold.

3) The "I've been waiting for your Raggy" shot is pretty perfect visually. Also the merging with Shaggy's legs as the music crescendos.


1) I don't feel like Shaggy's head needed to random things. I feel like the absurdity of the whole situation and the creepy / funny factor sold it and it didn't need the "extra" push of having Shaggy's head do random things.

2) The shots where Scooby had anti-aliased white edges around his art... I wasn't sure if that was intentional silliness or not but if it was intentional, I think it's another aspect that wasn't necessary. Visually I think the whole piece could have remained dark and serious because the theme and dialog are so hilarious.

NinTheOctopus responds:

This was actually Minty's first time animating by himself, s he ran into a few problems when he was importing images made in separate programs, such as the anti aliasing and white edges. Wasn't intentional but he couldn't figure out how to fix it really. Thanks for the feedback!

Your anamation style is like the dude who made bushland adventure

i feel like this was someones dream or something

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3.68 / 5.00

Dec 3, 2018
2:37 PM EST
Comedy - Parody