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Looney Tunes, Scooby-Doo, Adventure Time, Regular Show, Young Justice at Comic-Con 2011

Looney Tunes, Scooby-Doo, Adventure Time, Regular Show, Young Justice at Comic-Con 2011

On most typical days, you don’t get to hang out with Scooby-Doo. Bugs Bunny likely isn’t going to walk up to you. And there’d be now regular way to meet the cast of Regular Show. However, at this year’s Comic-Con 2011 in San Diego, the icons of Cartoon Network will be making their way over to the Warner Bros. booth in some way or another. On Sunday, July 24th, Cartoon Network will do a booth takeover of the Warner Bros. section, in the spirit of Comic-Con’s Family Day. That includes meeting folks behind the scenes, and in front of them, from some of your favorite toons! Adventure Time, The Looney Tunes Show, Young Justice, Scooby-Doo Mystery Incorporated, MAD, and more. Check out the full press release for more details.

Win a Tweet Ride, Looney Tunes Tweety VW Bug from Warner Bros.

Win a Tweet Ride, Looney Tunes Tweety VW Bug from Warner Bros.

Sylvester chasing you all over time? Tired of being cooped up in Granny’s cage? Why not stretch your wings and take a cruise around town! And what better way to do so than in the Tweety-themed Volkswagen Beetle!! At Comic-Con 2011, fans who hit the Warner Bros. booth can enter for a chance to win a one-of-a-kind Tweety Bird branded VW Bug. As an extra bonus, while you’re there, you can find out all the latest on Scooby-Doo, Young Justice, The Looney Tunes Show, Harry Potter, and Batman: Year One. Need more info? I mean, besides just clicking through to get a better shot of the Tweetymobile? Then read on!

The Looney Tunes Show gets Devil Dog tonight on Cartoon Network

The Looney Tunes Show gets Devil Dog tonight on Cartoon Network

Things go a little wacky tonight on Cartoon Network, when Bugs and Daffy decide they’re going to get a pet. When Pete Puma mistakenly sends the roomies a Tasmanian Devil instead of your regular dog, there’s nothing but a shear path of destruction to follow – hence the episode’s title, Devil Dog. Even despite the madness, Speedy convinces Bugs to keep “Poochie,” much to Daffy’s disappointment. Knowing Taz like we do all these years, it’s difficult to imagine he’s going to stay calm enough to be entered in the Westminster Dog Show. So how’s it all turn out? Find out tonight, in the June 21st episode of The Looney Tunes Show at 8pm on Cartoon Network.

Warner Bros. features Looney Tunes 3D Theatrical Shorts

Warner Bros. features Looney Tunes 3D Theatrical Shorts

Warner Bros. announced that they will be releasing 3 new Looney Tunes theatrical shorts later on this year. Following hot on the heel’s of the recent re-release of Looney Tunes the TV series on Cartoon Network, these 3D shorts are no doubt a clever ploy by Warner Bros. to help gain more fans for the franchise and to reinvigorate characters. Each of the 3 shorts will be screened before a major Waner Bros. film, and all are directed by Matthew O’Callaghan. Check out the details!

The Looney Tunes Show on Cartoon Network tonight

The Looney Tunes Show on Cartoon Network tonight

That’s all, folks! Er… that’s all the waiting you’ll have to do, we mean. Tonight, after weeks of hype and buildup, Cartoon Network will finally premiere the latest and greatest venture to the world of animation, The Looney Tunes Show. Starting at 8pm, we get to bring back icons like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Seedy Gonzales, Lola, Yosemite Sam, Foghorn Leghorn, Marvin the Martian, Pepe Le Pew, Tweety, Sylvester, Granny, and the rest of the Warner Bros. classics in a brand new half hour toon. The series, which also includes CG interstitials with the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote, hopes to capture fans, new and old, being sure to pay homage to the original classics that have filled the past century with laughs. Check out the teaser trailer right here, watch the debut tonight, then head back here and let us know what you think!

Foghorn Leghorn already a star for Cartoon Network’s The Looney Tunes Show

Foghorn Leghorn already a star for Cartoon Network's The Looney Tunes Show

On May 3rd, Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network are ushering in an all new era of Looney Tunes, when the classic stable of characters like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Sylvester, Tweety, and more debut in a new series, The Looney Tunes Show. However, before the big kick off in a few weeks, some of the Looney Tunes icons are already working their way back into pop culture. Recently, GEICO (the insurance company) has added a temporary mascot in their latest commercial; Foghorn Leghorn! The classic Looney Tune is seen attempting to read some copy in the clip, complete in his new animated form. Don’t believe us? Check it out, right here, I say, I say!

Teletoon Retro showcases Bugs Bunny, Scooby-Doo, Batman, Fantastic Four, ThunderCats, G.I. Joe, and more

Teletoon Retro showcases Bugs Bunny, Scooby-Doo, Batman, Fantastic Four, ThunderCats, and G.I. Joe

For years, Teletoon has been a gift to animation fans. The joint venture of Astral Media and Corus Entertainment has again and again offered the treat of cartoons to fans in Canada, Latin America, and other regions in a fashion identical to Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, Disney, and others in American regions. Teletoon Retro holds a similar place in the heart, offering fans a look at some of the classic toons we’ve all come to know and love; The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show, Scooby-Doo, The Flintstones, Inspector Gadget, Batman: The Animated Series, Fantastic Four, ThunderCats, G.I. Joe, and many more. How many of you guys are watching Teletoon on a regular basis?

Warner Bros. brings Bugs, Daffy, and the New Looney Tunes to Comic-Con 2010

Warner Bros. brings Bugs, Daffy, and the New Looney Tunes to Comic-Con 2010

Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig… these are icons of animation. For over 70 years, Looney Tunes has been a part of our culture, with Warner Bros. pushing animation to theaters and televisions around the world. Now, that rich history of animated classics is getting a fresh coat of paint, as Warner Bros. preps the New Looney Tunes! The new series wont be featured at the theaters like the original, but rather as a standard cartoon, ready for your TVs later this year. Take a look at the sneak peek of some scenes in action!

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