Written by Zechs
on Thursday, April 11 2013 and posted in News with Benefits
Is the cartoon featuring the classic Warner Brothers animated characters ending?!
A rumor floating around the internet is that The Looney Tunes Show, a reimagining of the classic Warner Brothers characters (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and etc.) as residents of a small town in a sitcom, will be ending after episode fifty-two (which would be sometime in the middle of the summer).
Though not "officially" confirmed anywhere else, the rumor began earlier this week over at Toonzone, with someone claiming that this show, along with Scooby Doo: Mystery Incorporated, are not being renewed by Cartoon Network. Still, there has been no confirmation from the Looney Tunes show-runnners, Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone, on this issue. However, the later claim in the post is true and has been common knowledge since this past Febuary, when it was announced that the latest season of the Scooby Doo cartoon would be its last.
As soon as we have confirmation one way or the other, we'll let you know.
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About the Author - Zechs
Zechs is the lord and master of The Toy Shed, Character Spotlight, and Cartoon Reviews. He's also an aspiring comic book writer trying to get some of his works published on the Outhouse. If there's any greater quality to Zechs, it's that he's an avid fan of comic book characters and would defend them to the bitter end against the companies that use them wrongly. Zechs walks the lonely path in Chicagoland area.
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