Scooby-Doo Meets Batman (2002)





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The Joker and The Penguin have joined forces to steal Professor Flakey's new flying suit, and the only detective dogged enough to crack the case is a sleuthing pooch named Scooby Doo in this animated teaming of two legendary crime-fighting teams. The only thing more dangerous than a landlocked criminal is one that has taken to the skies, and unless Batman, Robin, and Mystery Inc. can get to the bottom of the case quick, Gotham may not be the only city facing disaster.
Animation , Kids & Family
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(They) seem mainly like entertainment for the youngest of youngsters or the most hopelessly nostalgic of oldsters.

Full Review… | August 17, 2009
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Audience Reviews for Scooby-Doo Meets Batman


Both episodes are pretty fun, nostalgic, and worth a watch of both Scooby and Batman fans. There's plenty of laughs, and comedic roles expected from these guys. The plot is the typical dumb-downed story, but it's cool. I didn't like the voices for Joker and Penguin so much. Still, great classic fun.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

The great thing about this Scooby movie is that I love Batman and Scooby and I think putting them together is great. Although the movie wasn't as good as I hoped, but overall it was enjoyable.

Wyland Chapman
Wyland Chapman

A combination of two of my favorite childhood characters and series. Taken from the great New Scooby-Doo Movies, which I can't find on this website, but I loved them as well. There are only two episodes on here, but if you only want to watch these two episodes, don't buy the whole set, unless you like The Three Stooges, The Globetrotters, and Don Knotts.

Chance Lewis
Chance Lewis

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