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Disc News: Looney Tunes get second Blu-ray boxset

Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck are getting upgraded once more with Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume 2 arriving on October 16. Fifty more cartoons gain the detail to the classic animation. Pork Pig's stutter can now enjoy a surround sound mix. This »»

DVD Review: The Looney Tunes Show (Season One, Volume 3)

You just have to remember that these aren’t your grandfather’s cartoons. The Looney Tunes Show is your animated sitcom. »»

DVD Review: The Looney Tunes Show (Season One, Volume 2)

The Looney Tunes Show brings back Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck in a more TV sitcom format. »»

Disc News: Pepe Le Pew Gets A DVD

Skunk gets nice smelling DVD »»

Disc News: Looney Tunes coming to Blu-ray

Warner Bros. cartoons coming to Blu-Ray »»

Obscuricon presents Hardee's Glasses from the '70s

Looney Tunes, Smurfs, and a human Road Runner - oh my! »»

Warner Bros. Picks Up Pitch about the Looney Tunes' ACME Warehouse

The film won't feature any Tunes however, not even Wile E. Coyote. »»

Censored 11 Cartoons Coming to Warner Archive in 2011

The Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons that haven't appeared on TV since the late '60s may finally be seen again on DVD. »»

Tom & Jerry: Deluxe Anniversary Edition - DVD Review

Tom & Jerry: Deluxe Anniversary Edition gives an overview of what has been done to the cat and mouse over the last 70 years. »»

Bad Movies Done Right — God Hates Time Travel

I'd give society's collective right testicle for the chance to hop in a DeLorean and jet off to my childhood. »»

Arriba Arriba! Speedy Gonzales Races to the Big Screen

Sadly, Slowpoke Rodriguez won't be making it. »»

Disc News: Future Looney Tunes Releases - possibly Blu-ray?

Animation expert Jerry Beck clues us in. »»

Saturday Morning Cartoons 1960s Volume 2 - DVD Review

If you barely survived Friday night you need assistance. Mindless fun cartoons are necessities for a proper recovery treatment along with orange juice and a box of Trix. »»

Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume 6 - DVD Review

413 minutes worth of Looney Tunes cannot be bad. Why? Because I don't think that there are 413 minutes worth of bad Looney Tunes cartoons. Even considering this thing, it is easy to be amazed at the quantity of quality being presented here in the sixth installment of Warner Bros. Loony Tunes Golden Collection. It is a splendid mix of the entertaining and the important, a balance of the short films that are engraved into the brains of most of us under 80 and cartoons which haven't been shown since the end of World War 2. »»

Looney Tunes: Spotlight Collection, Volume 6 - DVD Review

Remember when you could turn to Cartoon Network on a weekend morning for a healthy dose of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and Elmer Fudd? The Looney Tunes have vanished from my cable box. They aren't even on Boomerang. What's an overgrown man-child to watch while eating his bowl of Frankenberry? Who can really digest to morning news shows? Why hasn't Congress formed a sub-committee to investigate the disappearance of Sylvester the Cat? Thankfully Looney Tunes: Spotlight Collection, Volume 6 has arrived in time to brighten up your waking hours. »»

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Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, The Tasmanian Devil, Porky Pig...all names that every single person is familiar with. You could be someone that hates cartoons and never even watched them as a child, but you still can't deny the fact that you know who the Looney Tunes characters are. Their catchphrases, iconic looks, and overall humor have entertained and amused millions of people for decades and will continue to do so for years to come. But what would they all be like as little kids? Hey, it's been done with Disney characters and the Muppets so why not see the Looney Tunes as children. Well, almost. »»

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