Here are the recap episodes we've done on all Scooby-Doo media
that isn't serialized television (ie. comics, movies, fan content, etc).
SCOOBY-DOO! Where Are You? (2010-PRESENT)
If you're looking for a comic book that has boring ol' Mystery Incorporated solving mysteries without any added gimmicks or guest stars, this it the title for you. That's not to slam it, either. This is the vanilla ice cream of Scooby-Doo comics, and it's a pleasant and dependable go-to when the other options prove to be too "out there" for one's tastes.
SCOOBY-DOO! Team-Up (2013-PRESENT)
It's pretty wild how many other franchises Scooby-Doo has crossed over with during its history, and this comic serves to only add to that. As this is published by DC comics, it is predominantly Mystery Incorporated rubbing shoulders with superheroes from that universe, which is a pretty strong formula when you think about it. What was really fun for the hosts was creating their own dialogue for various comic panels, as seen on the left.
SCOOBY Apocalypse (2016-PRESENT)
The most drastic character designs in any licensed Scooby-Doo media, this comic book was launched as part of DC's slate of reimagined Hanna-Barbera properties. It involves a lot of the gang bickering amongst themselves, and sometimes killing horrific mutants. It also has so much exposition. Worldbuilding needs to happen, for sure, but seriously-
Direct-to-VHS/DVD/digital streaming (Ongoing)
Even though the latest attempts at Scooby-Doo TV shows have been faltering, it's encouraging to see that great Scooby-Doo keeps being made in the form of direct-to-DVD specials, which at some point were direct-to-VHS specials, and will likely at some point be found exclusively on streaming services. It's a catch-all, basically, and a much needed one.
"DAPHNE & VELMA"
Whether licensed by the powers-that-be or great works of literature inspired by Mystery Incorporated, in fine bookstores all over the world you can find pages that celebrate these prying teens (and their moronic mutt, as well!). From pictures books to full-length novels, these publications are fun for the whole literate family.
BOOK #8 - "SCOOBY-DOO! AND THE GROOVY GHOST"
Fan Content - animated (Ongoing)
The mark of a lasting franchise is the amount of fan content that it generates. People don't create art about characters that they don't love, and it's particularly cool to see the creation of actual animated shorts based on Scooby-Doo and his pals. That said, some of these shows will be better than others.