Collection of 19 new original Looney Tunes shorts made as webisodes with Daffy, Bugs, Porky, Sylvester, Twitty, Taz, Foghorn and others. Segments include Daffy's show about the supernatural and Duck Dodgers' take on Planet of the Apes.
Tom and his army of stray cats take over Jerry's magical kingdom of living toys. Chased by Tom and his cronies, Jerry must find the Toymaker and get help to win his kingdom back before sunrise when the window of opportunity closes.
Ian James Corlett,
In this adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, Daffy Duck is the greedy proprietor of the Lucky Duck Mega-Mart and all he can think about is the money to be made during the ... See full summary »
Collection of 19 new original Looney Tunes short webisodes. Some are tied into segments and others are one-offs. The first 7 shorts are part of the segment called Mysterious Phenomena of the Unexplained, which is the name of Daffy's skeptical show about the paranormal unexplained phenomena that people have reported. In Sufferin' Sasquatch, Sylvester's family spends their vacation camping in the woods, but are they alone? In Who Wants To Be A Martianaire?, Elmer Fudd is abducted to be the involuntary contestant in an alien quiz show hosted by Marvin the Martian. In Loch Ness Mess, Daffy and quite Scottish Yosemite Sam try to find the Loch Ness Monster. In Cropsy Curvy, Elmer Fudd suspect that a UFO might have landed in his cornfield, but it's just Bugs stealing his pie. Or is it? In The Bermuda Short, Sylvester, Tweety and Granny are on a luxury cruise - in the middle of Bermuda Triangle! In The Taming of the Screwball, Daffy, Porky and Taz try to perform a play terribly, as part of a ...
Looney Tunes: Stranger Than Fiction is a collection of Looney Tunes webisodes that were released separately on the Internet as part of a larger segment or as one-offs. This is why the animation is slightly more similar to flash animation than classic Looney Tunes artwork. See more »
EPISODE STORIES: Okay, let's be honest, the old plots of the old Looney Tunes series weren't exactly high and mighty themselves. These have decent story....they just suffer from poor execution and elements.
CHARACTERS: Let me just say, these are entirely different "toons". I KNOW Bugs Bunny DOES NOT sound like Phillip "Fry" and Porky Pig DOES NOT sound like Tom Kenny. They are just made to look like this in the uncredible (unofficial) DVD feature.
ELEMENTS: Yuck! It just makes me sick thinking about it. People today are always trying to adjust old cartoon shows to match the formality of today's times. They would trow stuff in such as: Cellphones, Laserdisc DVDs, Starbucks, and fancy malls etc. Guess what? You don't really need all of that CRAP to make a good looney tunes cartoon. After all, that's not what got them where they are today. Wait a minute,(they're in a popularity rut) yes, on second thought, all of that 20th century junk IS what got them where they are right now. What I wouldn't give to see a good crisp Merrie Melodies: Looney Tunes cartoon set in 1950s again.
ANIMATION: Who the HELL thought to make a Looney Tunes cartoons in flash animation??!! SICKNING!!! I'm just disgusted.
CONCLUSION: Who am I? I'm someone who wasn't even born when most of the classical cartoons were made. I'm a 12 year old who has seen and loved the old cartoons and hate the new ones because they stink.
Avoid this crap. It takes minutes out of your life you will never get back.
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