From 1969 to the present, Scooby-Doo has gone through many editions with competition from copyright holders such as Gold Key Comics, Harvey Comics, Archie Comics, DC Comics and now Warner Bros.|Scooby-Doo has become an expensive comic book brand that many parties want to hold the copyright|The Mystery Machine at San Diego Comic-Con International in 2013 surrounded by fans|Not stopping there, the brand also attacked the cinema field. The first big screen milestone was set in 2002, when Warner Bros. produce live-action films with the use of CGI techniques. The film was a commercial success with a domestic box office of more than $130 million. In addition, the brand has special movies produced for release on DVD and Cartoon Network are also developed.|And so Scooby-Doo became a massive television universe when there were 12 different animated series with nearly 400 episodes on popular TV channels like CBS, ABC or Cartoon Network from the 70s to the end. until now.