is this some sort of indication of the "talks" you had recently with certain executives?hmm?hmm?*crosses fingers and toes*
these are really great!
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!
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...
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.
michelle: There are no official voice actors for any of the Looney Tunes these days.
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.
Hmm...Are those flesh-colored bubbles under Elmer, or something else?
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.
Oh my!Seeing these in motion would be a dream come true John!
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.
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