Boomerang is launching a new standalone streaming app in the spring. It will contain full episodes of shows from the Warner Bros. and Turner catalogs, such as Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry, Popeye, The Flintstones, The Jetsons, and The Smurfs. New shows, such as Be Cool Scooby-Doo, Bunnicula, and New Looney Tunes will also be viewable on the app. The subscription will cost $4.99 a month or $39.99 a year.
Unfortunately, the service is not launching anywhere outside of the United States.
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I thought this was going to be something like “Bugs Bunny meets Plastic Man! Hilarity ensues!” but nope.
Turns out, these appear to be in the same vein as the Hanna-Barbara reboots DC Comics has been publishing recently, like Scooby Apocalypse (Scooby-Doo), The Flintstones (which I’ve heard is actually not bad) and Snagglepuss. Now they’re digging into the Looney Tunes library to see what they could revamp. The covers have been released, and…you be the judge.
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1. Go to any video series page. Here, I’ll try and list them:
- Viddy-Oh! For Kids Cartoon Festivals
- Cartoon Moviestars
- Bugs Bunny Collection
- The Golden Age of Looney Tunes
- The Looney Tunes Video Show
- Warner Bros. Cartoons Golden Jubilee 24 Karat Collection
- Looney Tunes Movie Title Parody Series
- Authentic and Original Warner Bros. Looney Tunes Cartoons
- Looney Tunes Laserdiscs
- Stars of Space Jam
- Modern Looney Tunes Series (VHS)
- Looney Tunes Presents
- Looney Tunes Golden Collection
- Looney Tunes Super Stars
- Looney Tunes Platinum Collection
- The Looney Tunes Video Show (French)
- Japanese Looney Tunes Laserdiscs
- Looney Tunes: The Collectors Edition (Columbia House)
- I Love Tweety (Japan)
...and that’s not even counting the numerous European video releases.
2. Go down the…
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EDIT: To my knowledge, the categorization of both the Sunset Productions-distributed cartoons and the a.a.p.-owned cartoons is complete! Good work, folks!
Well, since we have a category for cartoons in the Associated Artists Productions television package, I figured that we should make one for Sunset Productions, who owned most of the black-and-white cartoons in the WB library, including, but not limited to, the black-and-white Looney Tunes shorts (such as those with Bosko and Buddy), the black-and-white Merrie Melodies from 1934 to 1935, and...that's it, really.
So if you know cartoons in the Sunset package, feel free to add Category:Cartoons in the Sunset Productions package to the page!
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I've been rearranging the galleries on this wiki, and I've noticed that the files on this wiki are often poorly named. By "poorly named", I mean that they're not terribly descriptive. At all.
For example, let's say I upload a file called "DaffyDuck.PNG." Can you guess what the file contains without looking at it first?
"Well," you say, "that's easy. It contains Daffy Duck." "Yeah," I retort, "but...
- what cartoon is it from?
- is it even from a cartoon at all?
- If so, what comic book is it from?
- What game is it from?
- What show is it from?
- What is Daffy DOING, even?"
It's a problem that's been wearing me down as of late, and while we can't change the past, we can change the future. Henceforth, I recommend that files we upload to this wiki be given clearer…Read more >