The 2020 Releases I’m Most Excited For

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

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I love, and will forever love, Animal Crossing. I can’t wait to start playing on it the Switch and be given that golden ticket to a deserted island by the racoon I will forever be indebted to.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps

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This is such a gorgeous series, so I can’t wait to stand around for hours just looking at everything.

Attack on Titan Final Season

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I love AOT. And watching the anime’s final season is going to ruin me.

Yuri!!! On Ice Movie

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Although there is no confirmed date yet for the movie, one can dream that it will be out 2020. BECAUSE I LOVE THIS SERIES WITH ALL MY HEART AND MY LEVEL OF EXCITEMENT FOR IT HAS NOT BEEN DAMPENED SINCE ITS ANNOUCEMENT.

My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising

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I love MHA. I know the movie is already out but I haven’t watched it yet so I’m including it in this list. Can’t wait to cry over it, and then read non-stop fanfiction and go on a following fan artists spree these next few weeks.

She-Ra Season 5

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Even though nothing is confirmed yet, I am putting it on this list because She-Ra: The Princesses of Power is one of my favourite Netflix series. Everything about it is so good, and I need more in my life.

Dragon Prince Season 4

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This is another one of my favourite things I’ve watched on Netflix (and featured on the list despite that the next season has not yet been confirmed). Each season just keeps getting better, and that just makes me hyped for the next!

Umbrella Academy Season 2

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Umbrella Academy was sooooooo good! I’m so keen for the next season! It can’t arrive fast enough!

All the Bright Places

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This Netflix movie coming out is based upon Jennifer Niven’s book of the same name. I love her YA novels, so I’m interested to see what the movie will be like.

Brooklyn 99 Season 7


Any Brooklyn 99 is good.

Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)

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The Harley Quinn animated series has made it up into my top 3 DC Universe TV series, which makes me excited to then go see Birds of Prey. Plus, Margot Robbie! Harley Quinn!

Wonder Woman 1984





It’s Scooby-Doo! Need anything else be told to me to make me more excited?

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Mid-semesters are slowly killing me at the moment…

I haven’t ever showed any merch I have before, so I thought it might be fun to do!

I’m not really a big collector but I do have quite a few pop vinyls (way more than my Mum likes anyway… She likes to sometimes look at them and then count up how much money I’ve spent on them. Which I mean, fair enough!)

So here is the not quite non-existent but also not extensive collection of pops that I have!

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Shaggy looks so good!
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They don’t really go together… but oh well!
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Raven is glow-in-the-dark too!
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I really love all the Halloween Town designs ❤
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Mad Hatter featuring a semi-alive plant
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Kaiba is one of my latest additions to the family!
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Jack and Black Lady look so great!!!


‘Cool’ because you know… Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!
(Somebody please just take this laptop away from me before I write down something even more offensive to the human eye and publish it on the internet)

  1. It took a few attempts before Scooby-Doo was accepted by CBS. In the original pitch of the series, the gang were called the ‘Mysteries Five’ and the storyline followed a rock band who solved supernatural crimes in between their gigs

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  2. Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! was then originally named W-Who’s Scared? But CBS thought that the idea and artwork was too scary for children so the pitch had to be changed again

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  3. Frank Welker has voiced Fred Jones in every Scooby-Doo series and animated movie (expect for A Pup Named Scooby Doo) and since 2002 he has provided us with Scooby’s voice

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  4. While fans of the series has speculated as to why Fred and Daphne would always split off together and usually end up with the less-exciting job out of the split groups, it turns out that the writers have just done this just so that they can focus upon writing Velma, Shaggy and Scooby (who they consider to the the more interesting characters in the gang)

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  5. Scooby-Doo is a part of a triplet with Skippy-Doo and Dooby-Doo

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  6. Velma’s iconic line of, “My glasses… I can’t see without them!” actually came about when Velma’s original voice actress, Nicole Jaffe, was at the first table read. She dropped her glasses, said the line and the writers decided to end up putting it in the series

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  7. The ‘doo’ in ‘Scooby-Doo’ wasn’t going to be a part of Scooby’s name originally. It wasn’t until one of the producers was listening to a Frank Sinatra song and the line, “dooby dooby doo” was sung that it was put into Scooby’s name

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  8. Casey Kasem (the voice of Shaggy from the original series right up until the first cases of Mystery Incorporated) was a vegan and had expressed a desire to make his Shaggy not eat meat either. It was when Kasem was asked by a producer to voice Shaggy in a Burger King commercial that he refused and quit Scooby-Doo. Kasem then returned to Scooby-Doo in 2002 after the producers agreed to allow Shaggy to become a vegetarian

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  9. After Kasem retired from playing Shaggy in 2009, the role of Shaggy was then handed over to Matthew Lillard – who actually played Shaggy in the live action movies from 2002 and 2004

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  10. It’s been determined that Scooby has a speech disorder called rhotacism – which is characterised by excessive use of the letter ‘r’

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  11. The Hex Girls made their first appearance the movie Scooby Doo And The Witch’s Ghost, and were so popular that they then made more appearances in other movies and series, including Scooby Doo And The Legend Of The Vampire, What’s New Scooby Doo?, and Scooby Doo: Mystery Incorporated. Scrappy-Doo though was so negatively received that he had to actually be cut out of the gang

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