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This cartoon is fantastic. Featuring verbal jokes mainly, like the narrator's hysterical goofs. With cameo appearances from nearly every Looney Tunes character, even Wile E. Coyote! Porky returns as the ever-faithful Space Cadet, and Daffy seems to have dumped his old disintegration-proof vest. He doesn't have much luck with the new one either. It has two main focuses: one on a single character amid a forest of cameos and determinedly trying to succeed; the second on the unlucky and quite dim superhero. The animation is brilliant--Chuck Jones manages to create the same effect with all-new animators. With the theme of the fall-guy superhero desperately trying to make do in a cruel world, few beat the hilarious story of Superior Duck.
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