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Why Bugs Bunny Is the Ultimate Animated American Icon

Mickey Mouse is obviously more well-known than Bugs Bunny. But there’s a kitschy globalization aspect to Mickey that Bugs has somehow managed to avoid ,even though they both served as mascots for their companies (Disney and Warner Bros., respectively). How did Bugs do it?

Celebrate Bugs Bunny's 75th Birthday With This 1944 Short About 2000 AD Celebrate Bugs Bunny's 75th Birthday With This 1944 Short About 2000 AD

Unofficially, Bugs Bunny turns 75 today. It’s unofficial because Warner Bros doesn’t recognize birthdays of fictional characters. But that’s no reason we can’t celebrate! And what better way than looking at Bugs Bunny predictions for the year 2000?

Every Frame A Painting Examines The Evolution Of Chuck Jones Every Frame A Painting Examines The Evolution Of Chuck Jones

We’re big fans of Tony Zhou’s excellent series Every Frame A Painting, in which he examine film and discusses what makes for great art and entertainment. In his latest video essay, he looks at the evolution of Chuck Jones and his work directing cartoons.

The last Looney Tunes colorist reveals the origin of Bugs Bunny The last Looney Tunes colorist reveals the origin of Bugs Bunny

Martha Goldman Sigall—the last colorist and inker from the original Looney Tunes who died last week—reveals how Bugs Bunny was born in this short. According to her, it was director Ben "Bugs" Hardaway who came up with it. The clip is a must-watch testimony on the legendary pop culture icon.

From Bugs Bunny to Wile E. Coyote: The Animation Genius of Chuck Jones From Bugs Bunny to Wile E. Coyote: The Animation Genius of Chuck Jones

It's a good bet that you spent hundreds of childhood hours with Chuck Jones, even if you didn't know who he was at the time. "What's Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones" is a new exhibition which chronicles the work of the legendary animator who breathed life into household names like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck,…

What if famous brands used famous cartoon characters as their logos? What if famous brands used famous cartoon characters as their logos?

Brilliant. Artist Bruce Yan remixes the logos of famous brands by inserting the cartoon characters we grew up with. So the Playboy bunny becomes a profile view of Bugs Bunny, the mermaid in the Starbucks Logo becomes Ariel, Charlie Brown is the BIC guy and so on. The twists are super clever and fun.

Space Jam website is a time portal into 1996 Space Jam website is a time portal into 1996

Remember Space Jam, the movie that pits Michael Jordan, Bugs Bunny, and a lady bunny with bunny boobs against group of animated alien basketballers? The loser was executed (or something). Well, the website is STILL running. Time warp! [Geekosystem]

Weirdest And Most Wonderful Halloween Comic Covers Weirdest And Most Wonderful Halloween Comic Covers

If you were explaining Hallowe'en to someone unfamiliar with the concept, don't use comic books as a visual aid. As these 50 covers show, All Hallow's Eve is apparently about pumpkins, cleavage and monsters. Then again, maybe they are right...

Marvin the Martian Makes His Debut, 1948

He doesn't look it, but Marvin the Martian is going to be sixty years old this July 24. That's the day "Haredevil Hare" was released, the cartoon wherein the spunky little alien in the Trojanesque skirt and scrub-brush crest made his first appearance (albeit under the name "Commander X-2," according to the…

Watch Full Episodes of Friends, Scooby Doo and The Batman Online for Free Watch Full Episodes of Friends, Scooby Doo and The Batman Online for Free

Warner Bros. is jumping into the online video arena next month with a pair of sites, thewb.com and kidswb.com, which will show full episodes of its biggest series, like Friends and Smallville on the former, and stuff like Bugs Bunny, Scooby Doo and Batman (hopefully Paul Dini's brilliant and amazing original animated…

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