Thursday, September 04, 2008

For AAron - Makeover for Looney Tunes Merch


12 comments:

perspex said...

is this some sort of indication of the "talks" you had recently with certain executives?
hmm?
hmm?

*crosses fingers and toes*

flashcartoons said...

these are really great!

Taco Wiz said...

AWESOME DRAWINGS!

You're such a great cartoonist that you don't even mind having your hands full. You're working on a new webshow, you're making some commericals for Warner Bros, you just finished a presidential toy line, and rumors say that you're developing a book on the history of Spumco!

Michelle Klein-Hass said...

Makes me wonder what a Spumco-ized Looney Tunes revival would be like. I think that perhaps it might actually be GOOD, and not only by comparison to recent abortions like Duck Dodgers, Loonatics, Looney Tunes: Back In Action and Space Jam.

Wow...re-Clampettizing the Looney Tunes? That might just work...maybe, maybe... They'd have to get the right voices. I know for a fact that Joe Bevilacqua does a few very, very well. However, from what I understand, Billy West is the official voice of some of the characters now. And that could get complicated.

Still...it could work...

J Hobart B said...

Billy West IS a truly talented voice actor, though, so it's not like that's much of a calamity.

Don't let the mere fact that he's apparently the only voice artist anyone's willing to hire detract from how good he really is.

Aaron Paetz said...

;)

PCUnfunny said...

michelle: There are no official voice actors for any of the Looney Tunes these days.

Bwanasonic said...

Elmer and Daffy seem as youthful and and energized as ever, but bugs seems to have a *late-bogart* vibe about him. Like insanity and feeble-mindedness have had a preservative effect, while Bugs' relative sanity and intelligence have worn him down over the years. The entire *modern* vision of the warner universe (tiny toons, etc. ) has always made me want to scrub my flesh with a wire brush and turpentine. I'm so ready to not want to commit ritual suicide when I see what has become of these characters.

Shawn said...

Hmm...Are those flesh-colored bubbles under Elmer, or something else?

lastangelman said...

A John K directed "Tweety" or "Daffy" cartoon? Be still my beating heart - that almost makes too much sense - one that appeals to adults (and not in a hip post-modern ironic way) and is damn laugh out loud funny.

Morris said...

Oh my!

Seeing these in motion would be a dream come true John!

Nelson C. Woodstock said...

Full animation in the USA isn't gone just yet. Next week a new show called Superjail premieres, and it's completely animated in New York City.