wile. e. coyote

Only true convention veterans will remember

Yaoi paddles

Praying your parents don’t see anything weird when they’re dropping you off

Yelling “buttscratcher” and at least 10 people yelling back.

Org XIII cosplayers as far as the eye can see

“The Game”

Free Hugs

Glomps

The banning of Glomps

The paranoia of cosplaying Sauske, Naruto, Sora, or Riku because you know someone has a Yaoi paddle and they’re watching your ass like Wile E. Coyote watches the Roadrunner

Homestuck invasion

Not being able to cosplay or enjoy One Piece without some asshole screaming the 4Kids theme at you

Cat ears

Seriously how did Yaoi Paddles stick around for so long? You would never get away with that today. You’d probably go to jail for that behavior

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DC/Looney Tunes 100-Page Spectacular (2017-) #1

The miniseries from 2000 that first united the best-known heroes from two very different universes is back in a single issue collection featuring SUPERMAN/BUGS BUNNY #1-4! All the Looney Tunes are making their way into the DC Universe thanks to Mr. Mxyzptlk and the Do-Do—and only Superman stands a chance of keeping the universes apart…with the help of a certain wascally wabbit!  - $7.99

Legion of Super Heroes/Bugs Bunny Special (2017-) #1

The Legion of Super-Heroes always thought they had taken their inspiration from the 21st Century’s Superboy. But when they try to bring that hero into their future time, the team discovers to their surprise the caped champion isn’t who—or even what—they expected! And the bonus Looney Tunes backup story features DC characters with story and art by Juan Ortiz!

Available on June 14 2017 - $4.99

Lobo/Road Runner Special (2017-) #1

Wile E. Coyote travels to the far reaches of space to hire Lobo to hunt down and kill his greatest nemesis of all time, the Road Runner. And when the Coyote and Lobo are after him, the Road Runner knows if they catch him—he’s through. And the bonus Looney Tunes backup story features DC characters with story and art by Bill Morrison! - $4.99

Available on June 21 2017 - $4.99

Martian Manhunter/Marvin the Martian Special (2017-) #1

Martian Manhunter tries to halt Marvin the Martian’s determination for world domination. J’onn is conflicted with his own Martian identity as he attempts to stop the hapless, determined Marvin from blowing Earth to bits in order to gain a clear view of Venus. And the bonus Looney Tunes backup story features DC characters written by Jim Fanning with art by John Loter!

Available on June 14 2017 - $4.99

Wonder Woman/Tasmanian Devil Special (2017-) #1

Not since the twelve labors of Hercules has a Greek warrior faced as great a danger and as destructive a peril as the Tasmanian Devil! And the bonus Looney Tunes backup story features DC characters with story by Tony Bedard and art by Ben Caldwell!

Available on June 21 2017 - $4.99

Batman/Elmer Fudd Special (2017-) #1

After a chance meeting with billionaire Bruce Wayne, Elmer Fudd’s obsession quickly escalates into stalking Batman through the dark alleys and high-class social settings of Gotham City. Welcome to Bat Season! And the bonus Looney Tunes backup story features DC characters written by Tom King and artwork by Byron Vaughns.

Available on June 28 2017 - $4.99

Jonah Hex/Yosemite Sam Special (2017-) #1

When miner Yosemite Sam strikes it rich, word gets out as everyone comes gunning for his wealth! To protect himself and his new riches, he hires bounty hunter Jonah Hex-—but the man protecting him may be his worst nightmare! And the bonus Looney Tunes backup story features DC characters written by Bill Matheny and artwork by Dave Alvarez.

Available on June 28 2017 - $4.99

This and the Mighty Mouse are soooooooooooooooooooo disappointing. With the first page of the Mighty Mouse and the variant covers of the DC/Looney Tunes Specials, the comics companies are saying, Here is the cartoon comics you really want, for one image, but we are going to give you this lameness for the rest of the issue instead. 

All of the DC Hanna Barbera Annuals A-Stories were great. Snagglepuss was good but short. Jetsons was fine, but I wish had character designs they did turn arounds with. Top Cat was disturbing. With bad DC character designs for Batman and Catwoman. Ruff and Reddy was fine. So these might not suck, but…

What if comic companies were not afraid of Cartoon Comics?