Scooby-Doo creator Joe Ruby passes away.
Joe Ruby, the co-creator of the cartoon collection Scooby-Doo, has breathed his final. He was 87.
Ruby, who created the much-loved characters alongside his accomplice Ken Spears, died of pure causes in California on Wednesday.
A media outlet, citing Ruby’s grandson Benjamin, reported that “he by no means stopped writing and creating, at the same time as he aged.”
Alternatively, Sam Register -Warner Bros’ animation president – mentioned Ruby ‘made Saturday mornings particular for thus many kids, together with myself’. He referred to like him a ‘Beloved companion’.
Sam continued: ‘He was one of the vital prolific creators in our trade who gifted us a few of animation’s most treasured characters, and it was a thrill to host him at our studio.’
Followers have taken to Twitter to thank the late animator and author for serving to provide them ‘an exquisite childhood’.