The Australian public is being urged to get in on the Scooby doodle craze, after the popular cartoon series came under fire for a number of missteps.
The show is a popular franchise in Australia, with the show’s characters being the star of many cartoons, movies and video games, and is the world’s biggest franchise.
But the latest episodes have been accused of misusing its trademark Scooby-Doo logo, which was originally created for the show, to sell its products.
It is the latest in a string of complaints against the show that have come from fans of the show in recent years, including one video that garnered more than 1 million views on YouTube.
The complaints were made to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), the watchdog for the entertainment industry.
The watchdog said the show was misusing the trademark of Scooby and Doody and other popular cartoon characters, and the trademark was not registered properly.
It said the trademark application was “misleading” and the show should be banned.
“The trademark registration should be revoked and the company should pay compensation to the consumers,” the ACCC said in a statement.
“While we do not have a specific request for compensation, it is not a frivolous matter, given that the trademark registration has been in use for a considerable period of time.”
The company has also been hit with several complaints from consumers and retailers, including the Royal Australian Mint, which has also expressed concerns.
The company’s chief executive, Paul McGlennan, said it was “a matter of pride” that the show “is popular”.
“We pride ourselves on our iconic characters and our strong belief that the Scoopys and Dooks are the best and most popular characters in Australian history,” he said in the statement.
“We are committed to protecting and protecting the Scoobs and Dookys trademark.”
It is not the first time that the brand has come under scrutiny for its trademark.
Earlier this year, the ABC reported that the name of the series was a play on the words “Scooch”, meaning “purse” and “doodle”, a popular term used in Australia to describe the cartoon character.