Warner Bros., Cartoon Network, DC Comics, HBO Max, Looney Tunes, Hanna-Barbera: Warnermedia has one of the world’s most famous animation portfolios, period.
Says Bollinger: “Witnessing Daffy Duck coming apart at the seams as his world was deconstructed in front of him … it was sheer genius!”
Vincent Alexander run us through the finest self-referential moments in animation, from Koko the Clown to “The Simpsons.”
Eighty episodes will launch on HBO Max next week.
Nearly 900 minutes of new Looney Tunes cartoons will premiere on HBO Max.
Mendoza’s wife and brother-in-law were also murdered.
Watch over 1,000 cartoons in under 20 minutes.
North America’s largest animation festival will screen 54 shorts and six features in competition.
It’s the first time that Warner Bros. has made an entire series of cartoonist-driven Looney Tunes in nearly 60 years.
The “Get Animated Invasion” pop-up exhibit offers nine interactive spaces designed around select musical elements of Warner Bros. cartoons.
Here’s the most exciting Looney Tunes announcement in a long time.
Space Jam is 20 years old! Our 3-part oral history begins with the troubled start to production, character designs, and how the basketball scenes were shot.
Now 75, Bugs Bunny remains a towering influence. We look at some of his greatest hits.
The filmmaking essay series “Every Frame A Painting” takes a trip into the wondrous, disciplined mind of legendary animation director Chuck Jones.
It’s not as dire as it sounds though.
Time Warner is relaunching its archival animation showcase Boomerang with original content — and commercials.
In a new Royal Canadian Mint x Looney Tunes collab, Bugs Bunny trades his carrots for carats.
Urban Looney Tunes—they’re back!
Some people say Bugs and gang ain’t kewl no more, but Warner Bros. got its bizness figured with this hella wicked 2015 Looney Tunes wall calendar.