Here are my top 2 lists of possible Looney Tunes DVD collection that I would like see in the future.
- a DVD series that only features the collection of pre-1948 a.a.p. pakage Warner Bros. cartoons. I thinkit would be called "Looney Tunes: The A.A.P. Package Collection"
- a DVD collection that would only features Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons in public domain, which all restored like how some of them already did for other LT DVDs, you know what I mean. I think it would called "The Looney Tunes Public Domain Edition"
So what would you think of those? Would those be a possible idea for WB able to released those at some point and why? Please comment below.Read more >
I know Looney Tunes already airs on Cartoon Network/Boomerang and yes, I know that the channel Toon Disney/Jetnix is now changed/rebranded into Disney XD. But back when I was young, I used to wished that if the Looney Tunes would come to Toon Disney and Jetnix channel because it's makes alot of sense.
And I made this sereis transcripts of promos, commercails, etc. based on my thoughts to make me imagine that what if would of be like if LT would of come to Toon Disney, though I know in reailty it did not happened of course. But I wish Disney should of. And if thy should've, they should of air pre-1943 LT (execpt the Bosko series) black and white cartoons, and 1948-1969 color Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons just like how Nickelodeon…Read more >
I know the Looney Tunes franchise is focused to to be fully comedy, but I do know and watch some of the cartoons of LT/MM that're not comdic or less comedic, which an inspired by the Disney cartoons. So though I don't think I could list thier name on my post, so can you please list the names of the non-comdic LT/MM cartoons on this comment box and tell me how many they are in order?Read more >
(Sigh). How shocking and tragic to learn, research, and hear about a famous guy who was considered to voice Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Sylvester Cat, Tweety, and other Looney Tunes characters we know had passed away last month ago who goes by the name of Joe Alaskey. He was like a new generation of Mel Blanc to me. In fact, he truly did a really good job with his Mel Blanc impression while he voiced those characters that're LT or non-LT over the years., since, of course, Mel Blanc was a world's popular cartoon voice actors of all times and continues to inspire many of past and today's voices actors worldwide, including Joe.
I wish he was alive today because I love with his 1930s or 40s-ish voice accent as he voiced those cartoons characters, i…Read more >
What would you think if Warner Bros. and Amblin would think of reboot the 1990s TV show, Tiny Toons? And if that happens, what kind of network that the show would be on? Nickelodeon or Cartoon Network?Read more >