Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: S1 – Ep 9: ‘Battle of the Humungonauts’ (2010) – TV Episode Review

A show that takes some time to begin to enjoy!

A show that takes some time to begin to enjoy!

Ok, so I have to say that the first season of TV shows, for whatever reason seem to some times be pretty bad… An examples of this (albeit not a great one,) is, ‘Buffy The Vampire Slayer’.

You see, Buffy The Vampire Slayer season 1 was a great season, but almost every season after that, (til season 6,) was so much better! The reason being is that they were trying to find their way… (And they did a great job with this!)

Now the reason that I mention this is because one of the TV shows that I am beginning to realize had the same problem the Buffy season 1 had is, ‘Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated’… And season 1, episode 9: ‘Battle Of the Humungonauts’ (2010) was a great example of this!

 

This is just one of the monsters that the Scooby gang is going after!

This is just one of the monsters that the Scooby gang is going after!

Written by: Roger Eschbacher (The Super Maro Bros. Super Show!) & Directed by: Victor Cook (21 Grams). Starring: Frank Welker (Aladdin), Mindy Cohn (Sex & Death 101), Grey Delisle/Griffin (Batman: Arkham City), Matthew Lillard (Scream) & Fred Tatasciore (Marvel’s Avengers Assemble).  

Well it looks like the paranormal is back in Crystal Cove again, this time in the form of some sort of Alien!

That’s right, you see, at a concert a giant alien gorilla looking thing appears at the concert and just absolutely destroys things!

A party crasher,,,

A party crasher,,,

This time though it might be more then the Mystery Incorporated team can handle!

What I mean by this is that there appears to be another one of these super alien monsters that is terrorizing the small town! But is it really an Alien? Or is it something more? With Mr. E helping the team, one can never know!

Now of course the idiotic desire of the town’s leaders to have these creatures runs rampant in the city is still there… But it wasn’t as bad… The truth is, is the best thing about this particular episode is it did a great job in finally bringing Scooby and the gang back to the greatness they had in the past!

So if you haven’t seen this episode yet, then check it out, you might be glad you did!