Make sure you don’t miss an all-new episode of The Looney Tunes Show episode titled “The Grand Old Duck of York.”After a near-death experience Daffy decides he must live out his life long dream and takes up piano lessons. Bugs isn’t feeling the new-found hobby and buys ear plugs but soon realizes that, the plugs come in handy for other things besides blocking Daffy’s tunes. Don’t miss this new episode of The Looney Tunes Show, tomorrow May 14, 2013 at 8/7c on Cartoon Network!
Don’t miss this all-new episode of The Looney Tunes Show tiled “Gribbler’s Quest” tomorrow night on Cartoon Network Tuesday at 8/7c on Cartoon Network! Daffy must shake an online shopping addiction and it looks like Bugs has his own addiction…to a video game, what are we going to do with these two?
eBay is having an Original Animation Cels Event from The Property of the University of South Florida’s Prestigious Charles Mahan Collection. Fans can choose from loads of original animation cels depicting popular characters from Disney, Hanna Barbara, Ralph Bakshi and more. Charles Mahan, the former dean and professor emeritus at the University of South Florida’s College of public health, donated his personal collection of original political cartoons, animations and comic strips to the University of South Florida’s Tampa campus library in 2006. Dr. Mahan, who was recently interviewed by The New York Times regarding his extensive political cartoon collection check out the video Art of the Poison Pens below. Portions of these works will benefit the ongoing USF Foundation collection mission. Winning bidder will also receive a Certificate of Authenticity with the artwork. Below are some of my favorites.
UK’s Kinder Surprise chocolates from Ferrero, have teamed up with Warner Bros. for its latest collaboration with Cartoon Networks ‘The Looney Tunes Show’ (now in it’s second season.), featuring characters like, Daffy Duck, Road Runner, Taz, Sylvester & Tweety, Bugs Bunny, Lola Bunny and Porky Pig.
Levi Boorer, customer development director, Ferrero said:
“We know that partnerships can be highly effective when there is real brand synergy…. We are confident that our link up with Looney Tunes will be popular with shoppers and therefore beneficial for retailers, because like Kinder Surprise, the show is a family favourite, which stimulates the imagination and can encourage quality time between parents and children.”
I have not be writing much about Cartoon Networks The Looney Tunes Show so I think it is time to start, bare with me as I catch up to what is going on. Till then make sure you don’t miss an all-new episode of The Looney Tunes Show episode titled Daffy Duck, Esquire tomorrow at 7:30/6:30c on Cartoon Network. What better way to impress Tina’s dad than making up an out-of-control lie about being a lawyer?
Master animator and director, Eric Goldberg (“Chariots of Fur,”Looney Tunes: Back in Action!”, “The Princess and the Frog”) along with the Chuck Jones Galleri have come together to create an exquisite fine art serigraph on paper titled “Debonair.” Goldberg’s minimal take on the classic Bugs Bunny character is hand-signed, limited to 150 pieces, 18″ x 10″ unframed for $375.00.
You can buy it through the Chuck Jones Shop now.
Ok I don’t know what say about these two live-action adaptations based off some of my favorite classic Looney Tunes characters, other than I wish it was really coming out!
Even though Christmas is over, who says we still can’t celebrate? check out a real life Marvin the Martian in Hong Kong Phooey a live-action movie directed by Alex Zamm, produced Bob Engelman for Alcon & Rat Entertainment.
Zamm has posted two test footage “Yule be sorry” and another featuring Hong Kong Phooey from the proposed film, originally Hong Kong Phooey was to be voiced by Eddie Murphy, but I don’t think it is him, in these clips.
I have really cool giveaway from the nice people of at Looney Tunes PR. They sent me a large “Wingman Shirt” featuring Foghorn Leghorn and 1 gig Tweetie Bird USB. I will keep this post up till Friday December 7, 2012. Till then read below on how to enter and win!
Ok so I have to admit I have NEVER watched CW’s Supernatural TV series. But I was reading all the reviews of the episode titled “Hunteri Heroici” written by Paul A. Edwards who also writes for Once Upon a Time. And so I had to watch the episode myself, this was one of the most creative cross-overs I have seen in along time. It featured cartoon-like events inspired by Looney Tunes episodes. I personally LOVE anything Looney Tunes so “Hunteri Heroici” was quite a treat I really don’t want to give it away cause I’m not into spoilers until after I watch things myself. But one of the best parts of the entire episode was the talking cat! So cute!