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"Only one will last to become the Toon Marooned!"

"Outcast. Outclassed. Out of lunch."

Toon Marooned is a webtoon series from Looney Tunes that stars Bugs Bunny as the host of a Survivor contest for nine Looney Tunes to win $100 at Festeroon.

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  • Beach Episode: Like the series that inspired it, it is more of a Beach Series.
  • Dark Horse Victory: Tweety won against Daffy and Sylvester in the eighth cartoon.
  • Eat That: In the fourth episode, the toons have to capture a rat, bring him break and eat him between two pieces of bread.
  • Elimination Catchphrase: "The toons have spoken."
  • Hate Sink: Foghorn got booted out by the third episode because he destroyed at least two emergency shelters, gave unwelcome advice to Daffy after a lightning bolt destroyed his shelter, and may have given Taz Unwanted Assistance on his shelter.
  • Mosquito Miscreants: There's a reason why Festeroon is the Malaria capital of the world.
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  • Pixellation: While Daffy prefers to go au natural, you see him with some of his feathers pixellated.
  • Shout-Out:
    • In "Oh My Darlin' Serpentine", Sylvester gets his cowboy gear and says "Let's head them off at the pass!"
    • In "Oh My Darlin' Serpentine", Tweety is riding an anaconda and says "Hi-ho, Silver!"
    • In "Fowl Be Coming Around The Mountain", Sylvester is seen talking to David Letterman.
  • Sole Survivor: Or rather the "Toon Marooned."
  • Sore Loser: Most of the losers are this.
  • Trap Master: Bugs Bunny set up an obstacle course that has a water hazard, hot springs, a bunch of food at the Wheel of Exotic Cuisine and an invisible mine field near the finish line.
  • Verbal Backspace: In the third episode, Bugs Bunny has jun-building materials for the toons to set up as emergency shelters.
  • Visual Pun: In the eight episode where Daffy is encountered by snakes in a cave, one of them has dice for eyes.
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  • The Voiceless: Elmer Fudd doesn't talk at all throughout the series. Taken Up to Eleven where every character except Elmer in "Speared, Seared and Feared" don't talk.
  • Voted Off the Island: It's a parody of the Trope Namer, so of course this happens.
  • We ARE Struggling Together: Daffy's Secret Alliance.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Daffy's plan for his secret alliance. Reduce the cast to just himself, Sylvester, Elmer and Sam, then get rid of the latter three. Sam ends up outliving his own much earlier, and is betrayed by the other alliance members once he begins to question Daffy's authority.

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