Review: Looney Tunes #249

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Review: Looney Tunes #249

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[Editor’s Note: This review may contain spoilers]

Writer:  Derek Friddolfs, Scott Cunningham, Frank Strom

Artist:  David Alvarez, Omar Aranda, Robert Pope, Scott McRea

Colors:  Dave Tanguay, Rock Candy

Letters: Tom Orzechowski, Pat Brosseau, Gabriela Downie

 

Reviewed by: Carl Bryan

 

Summary

When Wile E. Coyote installs new traffic lights throughout the desert to slow down the Road Runner, he sees more than red when they malfunction, sending Yosemite Sam and the highway patrol after him in hot pursuit. Will the Coyote be able to outrun the law if he can’t out chase a bird?

Porky the Pig and Daffy Duck  (aka Duck Twacy) take on the case of counterfeit auto parts and find no other than Greasy LePaws behind the nefarious crimes.  However, it’s not a slam dunk of a case.

Finally, Bugs Bunny wreaks havoc in a Natural History Museum as security guard Elmer Fudd is almost driven to extinction.  Dinosaur bones, Primitive displays, and is that the Three Stooges?

All the big names are dropping in on this issue of Looney Tunes.

Positives

Anytime you have a Bugs getting on Elmer Fudd’s last nerve, hilarity ensues.  Each writer places the right character in the right exchanges to aggravate their nemesis.  Bravo to this team of writers on this issue.  You have done it again!

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Negatives

None in this issue as all the heavy Looney Tunes hitters come out to play in this issue!

 

Verdict

Always a crowd favorite, the Justice League of Looney Tunes comedy (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Wile E Coyote) are always worth the price of admission.  I always love these comics for teaching another generation where their comic roots come from!  And Looney Tunes always delivers!

 

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Carl Bryan

Doc B is a college physical education instructor that has coached numerous sports on the rec, club, and collegiate level. He has a wonderful wife, two awesome kids, and remembers when Kryptonite came in a lot of different forms. He also has learned not to utter "Mxyzptlk" backwards!