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#2371 THEME TRIBUTE: Scooby-Doo!

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Jinkies! Zoinks! Jeepers! We have all of the exclamations for you today in this post that looks back at the Scooby-Doo! LEGO theme. Though short-lived, the theme has continued to inspire some absolutely incredible MOCs. Check them all out and let us know, did you collect LEGO Scooby-Doo! In 2014-2015?



Number 2371 THEME TRIBUTE: Scooby-Doo! 2014 to 2015  Jinkies! Zoinks! Jeepers! We have all of the exclamations for you today in this post that looks back at the Scooby-Doo! LEGO theme. Though short-lived, the theme has continued to inspire some absolutely incredible MOCs. Check them all out and let us know, did you collect LEGO Scooby-Doo! In 2014 to 2015?  Scooby-Doo says “Ruh Roh. Rots of ruilds ro rook at.”

A LEGO Scooby-Doo! History  Five official sets, a Dimensions Team Pack, and polybag released in 2015. Retiring after only one year, this theme was seemingly not popular in its time!  Image displays the five main sets that were released. 75900, 75901, 75902, 75903, and 75904

About LEGO Scooby-Doo!  Iconic parts include the printed dish pieces from the Mystery Machine, the magnifying glass, maps and newspapers with mysterious activity, vines, hamburgers, and a medium azure hinge plate that only appeared in the Mystery Machine part 2429c01.  The color scheme of this theme is medium azure, orange, lime, and dark purple. 7 sets released. Villain minifigure heads were reversible to show them as unmasked.  Iconic characters include Velma, Shaggy, Scooby, Fred, Daphne, the Headless horseman, and the Swamp Monster.  Swipe to hear how MOC builders carry on the Scooby-Doo! Legacy.

The gang is known for their sleuthing and sneaking through corridors. These two vignettes perfectly encapsulate these classic scenes, with the entire gang running through hallways!  Shannon Sproule on Flickr uses a stickered tile belonging to Erebor from the Hobbit set 79018. A level can be pulled to reveal a skeleton behind the wall.  We love the green striped wallpaper detail and reddish brown crown molding by @parks_and_wrecked_creations.

JINKIES! This remarkable MOC by @paulhetheringtonartist is a true work of art- the angles and detailing on the house, the sculptural ghost, and the haunting color scheme.   Image shows a giant brick built ghost over a massive olive green mansion. The gang has left the Mystery Machine and is going to enter the house.

@_let_them_fly_ has an entire series of amalgamating the Mystery Machine with classic Star Wars ships! The image here shows the X-Wing and the Y-Wing in medium azure, lime, and orange colors. The printed dishes and stickers from the Mystery Machine create clever detail.  Funny enough, this X-Wing bears most resemblance to another themed ship. The Xmas- Wing, an employee gift from 2019!  Scooby-Doo is in the corner saying “Ruke, ri am  rour rather.”

Whether you make small vignettes or habitat stacks, there is so much creativity to be had with the Scooby-Doo theme!  In a MOC by Jonas Obermaier that features Shaggy and Velma in a graveyard with a zombie, 1x1 clips attach to each other to make a cross headstone.   In a MOC by Jacob Leong that features Shaggy and Scooby with a purple Vampire’s house and Vampire on top, slopes are laid on their side as a path up to the house.   In a habitat stack by @b.a.d.brickpics where each character in the gang has a different themed room, yellow wedges are used on their side as light from a lighthouse.

These mechs are a great example of creativity. The mech on the left by @baron_von_brunk mimics Shaggy’s outfit with a lime and dark red color scheme! Scooby says “Raggy, ru rook rary!”  A MOC by Gabor M. on Flickr makes great use of minifigure flippers and Mystery Machine dish prints for a small creature mech for Scooby.


An impeccable example of converting an official LEGO set into a modular building by @brickstar_official uses design inspiration and parts from the Vampire Castle set 75904.  An unusual feature for us, but how could we not show the potential of LEGO beyond the brick. Below is the same set 75904, but baked as a cake by @melissaaltcakes!  Scooby asks “Rich ROC ras rour ravorite?” Comment below!


Featuring builds (and cake!) by @_let_them_fly_ @baron_von_brunk @paulhetheringtonartist @parks_and_wrecked_creations @b.a.d.brickpics @timlydy @brickstar_official @melissaaltcakes and Shannon Sproule, Jonas Obermaier, Jacob Leong, and Gabor M. on Flickr


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ghostbusters tribute when?

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