Plus Matthew Lillard is NOT happy about being replaced as Shaggy!
You guys are really digging Travis Falligant’s “Lost Mysteries” series, so as along as he keeps cranking them out, we’ll keep posting these. Today, the artist introduced the Scooby-Doo gang to Frankenhooker, Blackula and the Phantom Killer from The Town That Dreaded Sundown. If you’re just being introduced to Falligant’s series, these “Lost Mysteries” merges the world of Scooby-Doo with various horror icons.
Back in August, Shock first introduced you to the works of Travis Falligant, an artist who introduced the Scooby-Doo gang to a variety of horror movie villains in a series of fun illustrations. He’s still at it, recently revealing three new pieces that draw inspiration from My Bloody Valentine, The House on Sorority Row and Maniac Cop 2. Check ’em out in the gallery below along with his previous art.
The Monster Squad of Fred Dekker’s film meets the Scooby gang in a new illustrated series from Travis Falligant. The artist has been getting a lot of attention for his Scooby mash-ups which previously found Scooby and his Mystery Inc. companions meeting contemporary horror villains. For his latest batch of work, Falligant created “The Mighty Monster Mash-Up.” Check out the illustrations in our gallery here along with his previous works. For more, visit his Facebook page.
Travis Falligant has knocked out four new illustrations under his “Scooby-Doo Mysteries” line, bringing the total to almost 30 cross-overs which find the Scooby gang caught in various dangerous encounters with modern-day horror villains. I’m still getting a kick out of these. What’s terrific, is that Falligant remains consistent with the style of the ‘toon each and every time. Here, he takes on Chopping Mall, Slumber Party Massacre, I Know What You Did Last Summer and Dr. Giggles. For more of Falligant’s art – check out his Facebook page.
Artist Travis Falligant is keeping us entertained with his series of “Scooby-Doo: The Lost Mysteries” illustrations. This time, he has updated with four more images that drop the Scooby gang into Wes Craven’s Deadly Friend, Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: Part 2 and Adam Green’s Hatchet.
There are now over 20 mash-up pics – you’ll find them all in the gallery here. Catch up, if you haven’t seen them all already. Falligant has been uploading these “what if?” animation cell-like images to his Facebook page. Head on over and give it a “like.”
Illustrator Travis Falligant has spent the good part of the month putting a smile on our faces with his “Scooby-Doo Lost Mysteries” series. They’re animation cell-like depictions of the Scooby gang meeting modern horror characters and he’s made close to 20 now.
Overnight, he uploaded a batch inspired by Tom Holland’s Fright Night and, recently, he’s illustrated the gang’s encounters with Angela from Sleepyaway Camp, Cropsy from The Burning and Giger’s Alien.
Enjoy the entire gallery below and check out Falligant’s Facebook page here.
Earlier this month, Shock introduced you to artist Travis Falligant whose works took social media by storm with illustrations of the Scooby-Doo gang meeting modern horror villains. He called the series the “Lost Mysteries.”
He released the images – which found the characters facing off with the likes of Freddy, Jason, Michael Myers and many others – via his Facebook page. Today, he’s just uploaded some more and they’re pretty great. This time he took his inspiration from Curtains, Child’s Play and Jeepers Creepers. Check the new additions out along with his previous set via the gallery here.
Over the last 24 hours I’ve been seeing folks post awesome animation cell-style images of the Scooby-Doo gang meeting contemporary horror villains like Captain Spaulding, Ghostface, Michael Myers, Patrick Bateman, Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees. I don’t know where they originated, but we should credit artist “TB Real” apparently. (If anyone has more information, please let me know and I’ll update this item.) Loving these so much.
It’s been less than 48 hours since Casey Kasem, the radio DJ who voiced the popular cartoon character of Shaggy in the classic “Scooby-Doo” cartoons, passed away and just ten years since the live-action sequel Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, but according to Deadline, Warner Bros. is already looking to reboot the cartoon into a new live-action movie franchise.