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Laff-A-Lympics Part 01 Part I started watching the show as it aired due to being a longtime Scooby Doo fan so I thought, why not? Scooby Doo kind of gets a rep for just being about random kids solving mysteries but MI really took the time to make them people, albeit occasionally silly cartoonish people, in a real world. They have parents who interact with them, they go to school, they get into trouble time and again for their meddling. Speaking of fleshed out protagonists, the antagonists are fascinating as well. Again, Scooby Doo is known for lame people in costumes but the bad guys of MI are just as human and fleshed out. The conflict between the Gang and them gets pretty emotionally charged when you realize how easy it would be for our kids to follow that same path.
Blue Falcon and Dynomutt
The solicitation for the first is in the latest issue of Previews Magazine and reads as such:. Why has the Blue Falcon suddenly transformed from a bright, sunny superhero into a dark and gritty vigilante who sends his most monstrous villains fleeing for safety? Dynomutt wonders: could the Blue Falcon be…possessed?
The show centers on a Batman -esque super hero , the Blue Falcon, and his assistant, bumbling yet generally effective robot dog Dynomutt, a robotic dog who can produce a seemingly infinite number of mechanical devices from his body. As with many other animated superheroes of the era, no origins for the characters are ever provided. Television currently holds the television distribution to the series. Millionaire socialite art dealer Radley Crown voiced by Gary Owens and his mechanical dog Dynomutt voiced by Frank Welker , who got the inspiration for the voice from the Gertrude and Heathcliff characters of Red Skelton enjoy leisure time in their base of operations in Big City, until alerted by the Falcon Flash. They then immediately dash to the Falcon's Lair situated in Crown's penthouse apartment , where they switch to their secret identities, the Blue Falcon and Dog Wonder, respectively.