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Scooby-Doo Villains

The Scooby-Doo show had a large impact on my life. It has entertained me, but at the same time it has scared me in a good way. Even many years after I watched the show, it has stayed in my heart, and I want to express how much this funny cartoon means to me. This LEGO set is for all those who watched the classic Scooby-Doo show, but it is also for those who did not have the opportunity to experience it and may find it interesting thanks to this set. My LEGO diorama is a depiction of three villains from the classic Scooby Doo Show. Each of them has an interesting background story and also has an element of scariness, which gave me a strong artistic experience. Starting from the left, this set depicts the Ghost of Doctor Coffin. It was a mad doctor who was scaring people near the sanitarium and performing experiments to control dogs. In reality, he was smuggling golden bricks through the Canadian frontier, pretending that they were the bodies of patients. The background of the set depicts the sanitarium and the ambulance car. The episode with Doctor Coffin was the scariest Scooby-Doo episode for me, and it was important to include it in this set. The next villain is the Black Knight. The episode with him was historically the first Scooby-Doo episode, and therefore I felt the need to put it in the middle of the set. This episode introduces the famous Mystery Incorporated, and I consider it to be a very good start for this franchise. For the depiction of the Black Knight, the main priority for me was to show the museum with a full moon because, according to the legend, the Black Knight only comes alive when the moon is full. The mysterious suit of armor with the message for Professor Hyde, "Deliver to Jameson Hyde White" is also included in the build. In the background, there is also Professor Hyde imprisoned in an Indian effigy. The last one is the famous Spooky Space Kook. This alien-ghost terrorized a local airfield. He was leaving glowing footprints, which can be seen in the set. This alien humanoid in a blue spacesuit was scaring people with his high-pitched laugh. In the beginning of the episode, his spaceship is shown falling in an unknown land with a windmill and old houses. Then the extraterrestrial pilot appears next to some old trees with his scary laugh. All this is depicted in my LEGO set. Everyone who likes Scooby-Doo should have this panorama reminding him of the greatest episodes of the show.

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