DC Comics will be putting their own spin on Scooby-Doo, when they publish Scooby Apocalypse on May 2016. Scooby Apocalypse is among other reimaginings such as Future Quest (Team Quest with guests such as Birdman and the Herculoids, and many more), Wacky Raceland (Wacky Races meets Mad Max: Fury Road), and The Flintstones (it's basically the same).
He does. But at the same time, he has wild light brown hair, a crazy beard, a green shirt and maroon pants. So it's still obviously Shaggy. I'd say the now clinically dwarfed Velma is unrecognizable. Is she supposed to be a little kid now or just a little person?
Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: It looks like Scooby might communicate through emojis programmed through his collar.
Well, if they're basically going to make him a mute, regular dog, let's hope the emojis are clearly understandable. And that they make his face way more expressive, which is setting the bar pretty high, since it's already expressive.