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Comic Relief

Before animation and animae,  there were only “cartoons”.  I admit I am not very savvy when it comes to all of this.  But I did start collecting “HEAVY METAL” magazines during the first year of issue, in the early 1980s. 439 more words


NYCC Day One--Where Exact Change Makes You Everybody's Best Friend

Just got back to the Hotel after the day at NYCC.  Cut it short a little bit, the last few things I want to do aren’t until tomorrow.  521 more words

July 27, 1940  Bugs Bunny

The earliest version of the Bugs Bunny cartoon character had something of his later personality, though he was smaller, with a voice sounded more like Woody Woodpecker.  545 more words

Not since the last century...

I’ve popped into Manchester City Centre today to post an item sold on eBay and to carry out my monthly visits to Forbidden Planet and… 235 more words

Comics And Graphic Novels

Bat Season - a Batman/Elmer Fudd Special #1 Review

~ by Michael Tennant, the CBU’s Nightwing ~

Our forever young-at-heart, Tom King-lovin’ scribe Michael T. has been enjoying the DC Comics/Looney Tunes mashups and naturally a Tom King-penned one has inspired him to write a brief review . 470 more words

Comics Reviews

⦿ Bugs Bunny ~ Naughty Gun

‘Did I hurt you with my naughty gun?’
Bugs Bunny in drag    w/Daffy Duck & Elmer Fudd  from ‘Rabbit Fire’ 1951   . . . . this just makes me laugh every time
Fun / Humor