Hey look! Scooby-Doo and the gang have crossed paths with a horde of zombies in this futuristic scenario. Scooby-Doo is up against much more menacing adversaries this time, but his gang is certainly not to be messed around with either. Luckily for all us Scooby-Doo fans, Pittsburgh-based photographer Jeff Zoet was on hand to capture the entire showdown on camera.
All the diehard followers of zombies and Scooby-Doo can hardly contain themselves with this epic battle, so when Zoet came-up with his fittingly entitled Scooby-Doo vs. The Zombie Apocalypse photo series, it was a nailbiter no doubt. The series features Fred (played by Matt Diamond), Shaggy (played by Roger Kean), Velma (played by Ashley DeCarolis), Daphne (played by Claire Werkiser), and the pooch of the hour, Scooby-Doo (played by Faith the Great Dane). The series comes complete with the gang’s classic Mystery Machine.
Zoet has taken an imaginative and playful photo shoot that blends the characters from ‘Scooby-Doo’ with zombies from ‘The Walking Dead’. The ‘Gang’ can be seen standing on top of the Mystery Machine facing off against a pack of ominous zombies. Scooby-Doo has finally met the force of the zombie apocalypse in this amazing photo series conjured-up by Zoet.
He depicts the classic animated series of supernatural investigators against baddies much scarier than the ghosts they are accustomed to encountering in past adventures. These truly brutal versions of Shaggy, Scooby, Velma, Fred and Daphne are spoiling for a bloody fight, no doubt, against attacking zombies.
The fertile minded Zoet has this to say about his work on his facebook page.
“I am 100% freelance and am always looking for new interesting projects. I bring a refreshingly unique style and personality to the world of Photography, Motion Graphics, Cinematography & Editing. I apply my artistic knowledge to all of these mediums, creating visually interesting content. I view my art as an always-improving endeavor. I continually push to outdo myself and amaze even those closest to me. Oh, and my last name is pronounced “Zoot”, and literally translates to “sweet” in Dutch.”
See Zoet’s fantasy driven work over here.