|Origin||Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!|
|Hair Color||Dusty Blond|
He was seen sneaking along with Scooby Doo through the corridors of Julie's appartment. They later left and and went into Julie's room to eat her food but got eaten by the zombies.
Described as a "lanky teen" by Fred Jones, Shaggy is fairly light for his age—even Velma Dinkley can pick him up with her own hands. He seems to have a very long neck. He usually wears a green t-shirt and brown bell-bottom pants, but he is sometimes seen in a red t-shirt and blue-colored pants. He also has wiskers.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Although usually considered a coward, Shaggy often proves useful in ferreting out the "monsters" and "ghosts" that are usually at the heart of the gang's mysteries, sometimes inadvertently, and sometimes by reluctantly acting as "live bait" for a trap, providing a necessary distraction for their eventual capture. Shaggy also has disguise and ventriloquism skills, as well as being athletic, which often helps the gang, and has even dressed up as Daphne and Scooby on at least one occasion (usually for Halloween or something similar.) He is even capable of doing certain vocal impessions, from the Ghost of Redbeard (Go Away Ghost Ship) to even a train in a tunnel (Mine Your Own Business). Shaggy also has an enormous appetite able to eat and eat.... and eat.
Shaggy is a fictional character from the American animated television series Scooby-Doo, about the adventures of four crime-solving teenagers and Shaggy's pet great dane, Scooby-Doo. Shaggy is a cowardly slacker more interested in eating than solving mysteries. He is the only Scooby-Doo character (besides Scooby) to appear in all iterations of the franchise. Shaggy's distinct personality is evident in his speech pattern commonly due to his frequent use of punctuating his sentences with the word "like" and his appearance — he is lanky, has sandy hair worn in a shaggy style (hence his nickname) and a rough goatee with no mustache, and typically sports a green v-neck and brown bell bottoms. In The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo and early direct-to-video movies, he wore a red v-neck and blue bell bottoms.