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Well...I like it.
The newest incarnation of Looney Tunes has certainly been a Base Breaker, hasn't it? Reactions have ranged from it being pretty good, to it being the worst thing humanity has produced since the holocaust. Personally...I don't see what this show has actually done to deserve half the hate it gets.

It's certainly not the worst use of the property I've seen. Compared to works like Loonatics Unleashed and Looney Tunes Back in Action, this show is solid gold. It has well-written humour, good characters, and it has some pretty good voice acting talent to it.

Bugs and Daffy have a pretty good character dynamic as ever (Though in this incarnation they're house mates as opposed to just being rivals)), I particularly like how they made Lola into a total Yandere as opposed to her rather bland fanservice personality that was in Space Jam. New characters like Tina are pretty good, and even more obscure Looney Tunes characters lie Witch Hazel and Gossamer get to show up in this show.

That said there are negative aspects to the show. Some of the gags are kind of hit-or-miss for one thing. Some of the characters have been reimagined in rather bland ways, particularly Tazmanian devil being turned into a house pet. I'm also not a fan of the musical numbers, and the awkward CG sections of Road Runner and Wile. E. Coyote are a very poor use of my favourite Looney Tunes characters.

In all, this show is pretty good. It's not as good as the classic Looney Tunes shorts, obviously, but the Hate Dumb that this show recieves is just pretty absurd. Give it a shot if you haven't already, you might find you like the new reimagining.
I admit it. I liked Looney Tunes: Back in Action. It wasn't perfect, but it came closer than any other adaptation I've seen to capturing the good aspects of the original.

Now Space Jam, that was pure crap.
comment #21283 ading 29th Sep 13
It was well made that I have to say. Really, I don't see anything that would make you hate it as much as Hitler. I personally like the contemporary setting
comment #24374 RakuroKamigama 12th May 14
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