‘Looney Tunes’ Panel Shares Witch Hazel Special, LTC Movie, ‘Tiny Toons Looniversity’

Cartoon Network, HBO Max and Cartoonito enjoyed a bustling return to business as usual at San Diego Comic-Con! In addition to debuting an all-star lineup of guest voices for the upcoming seris Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai, as well as celebrity appearances headed to favorites series, a first look at Batwheels and many more sneak peeks, fans of all ages got ot see and hear more about what’s next for the beloved Looney Tunes.

That’s NOT All Folks! Looney Tunes for Everyone!, the Looniest panel at Comic-Con, teased all the latest from the Looney Tunes Loon-iverse, including the new season of Looney Tunes Cartoons, new Cartoonito preschool series Bugs Bunny Builders and the upcoming Tiny Toons Looniversity.

The panel was moderated by Eric Bauza (voice of Bugs Bunny, Tweety, Daffy Duck & more) and featured Alex Kirwan (supervising producer, Looney Tunes Cartoons), Abe Audish (supervising producer, Bugs Bunny Builders), Nate Cash and Erin Gibson (co-executive producers of Tiny Toons Loonitversiy). Fans also got to see a special surprise guest, voice actress Ashleigh Crystal Hairston.

Looney Tunes Cartoons – Hex Appeal

Fans were given a sneak peek at the Halloween special Bug’s Bunny’s Howl-O-Skreem Spooktacularfeatured “Hex Appeal,” the first dedicated Looney Tunes Cartoons short starring Witch Hazel! The character is voiced by Candi Milo in the series. The seasonal slapstick will be unleashed on HBO Max.

The title for the previously announced Looney Tunes Cartoons family animated movie was revealed: The Day the Earth Blew Up: A Looney Tunes Movie. This sci-fi buddy action comedy turns Porky (Bob Bergen) and Daffy (Eric Bauza) into unlikely heroes when their antics at the local bubble gum factory uncover a secret alien mind control plot. The upcoming TV movie will debut on HBO Max and Cartoon Network.

Co-Executive producers Erin Gibson and Nate Cash announced surprise guest Ashleigh Crystal Hairston has joined Tiny Toons Looniversity voice cast as Babs Bunny in the upcoming animated comedy. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, Tiny Toons Looniversity will air on HBO Max and Cartoon Network.

Attendees also got to check out the first episode of the newest, preschool-targeted Looney Tunes show, Bugs Bunny Builders, which premieres today (Monday, July 25) on Cartoonito on Cartoon Network, and tomorrow on Cartoonito on HBO Max. Episode 1, “Splash Zone,” is available to watch on the Cartoonito YouTube channel. (Read all about the series in the new August ’22 issue of Animation Magazine!)




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