This is the Lego Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine

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This morning, over at USA Today, we got a sneak peek of what's to come this August with the new Scooby-Doo Lego sets. In a new partnership between Warner Bros. Entertainment and The Lego Group, Scooby-Doo will appear in Lego form in an animated television special and some direct-to-video Lego movies.

Jill Wilfert, VP of Licensing & Entertainment at The Lego Group commented:

Fans always wonder which properties may come to life in LEGO form, and this year we are thrilled to bring all of the mystery, humor and hijinks of the Scooby-Doo universe to life in LEGO toys and animated content.


I posted the five new set names and set numbers the other day during our London Toy Fair coverage. We now have some conformation on pricing on three of the sets for the United States.

  • Mummy Museum Mystery (75900) - 301 pieces - $14.99
  • Mystery Plane Adventures (75901)
  • Mystery Machine (75902) - $29.99
  • Haunted Lighthouse (75903)
  • Mystery Mansion (75904) - $89.99

[Photo: Warner Bros.]

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This one is a head scratcher...

1) Is Scooby Doo really worthy of a LEGO license in 2015? I can't think of a time when Scooby Doo has been less relevant as a character/property.

2) This is the set? While the mini-figs are fine, that tree looks like an Oyo or Mega Blok ripoff that isn't up to LEGO design standards, IMHO. The vehicle is a huge disappointment. When you've got licenses for the Batmobile, Ecto-1, DeLorean, and all the Star Wars vehicles it's easy to assume that the standard for signature vehicles in licensed properties are always handled with care. So why not this one? It's too small and it grossly lacks detail. Couldn't have even tried to make it large enough to fit all the minifigs inside, considering the Scooby Gang crammed in the van is one of the most important thematic concepts/images from the whole canon?!

Fuggin meh, man.