In this science heavy episode, we have to re-evaluate the Gravity Triangle, Hubie and Bertie find themselves a new profession, and the Three Bears have some bee trouble. Also, we play you a good, good song.
Daffy has fancy new transport, Porky IV is making some money on the side, and we see a powerless Bugs get himself in a right pickle with the military. New insights into the advent of Bugs as an Agency mainstay abound in the second chapter of this long-awaited origin story.
The Tooniverse’s classic hero turned villain is back in the mix, and it can’t be long before he makes another bid for power. Meanwhile, a directionless Bugs Bunny makes a new enemy of the short-fused Colonel Shuffle.
Happy New Year! It’s 1949 and everything has gone insane. Daffy and Bugs seem to be on a mission to torment Elmer, but we just can’t pin what’s actually going on. Is it a slavery thing? Daffy seems to think so. Clonewatch’s all-seeing eye falls on Tom Turk this week, who we’re sure wasn’t blue […]
With Daffy out on the street, and hounded by Porkytopia’s former chief of police, we have to wonder if our hero will ever make it out of this rut. What’s your game, Daffy? Bugs, still seemingly unaware of the extent of his genie-granted powers, winds up in Scotland, and Sylvester, now living with Porky IV, […]
With Daffy working as a salesman of gags and cheap tricks, Chris and Cal wonder that his angle is. Has he fallen on hard times, or is he in deep cover? Meanwhile, Sylvester tries to secure himself a place in the home of Elmer Fudd, who seems to be doing very well for himself.
Mike Harrison-Wood from By The Mash Tun joins Chris and Cal for today’s foray into the Tooniverse. Pepé Le Pew gets through an episode without sexually assaulting anybody, Foghorn Leghorn lays down the law in a run in with Henery’s grandfather, and a meeting with a genie explains the advent of Bugs Bunny’s powers.
In this oddly sincere episode, we get some rare glimpses into tooniversal politics, and finally find out the difference between a toon hare and a toon bunny. Why are insects so much more politically reasonable than the rest of the tooniverse? We strive to find out.
Chris and a sickly Cal continue their rigorous investigation into Cinecolor’s cloning program, post-war. Meanwhile, Bugs is bribed into working for the government on their first manned (rabbited? bunnied?) mission to the moon, leading to an encounter with everybody’s favourite tooniversal martian. It’s pretty great.
osemite Sam is trying to rebuild his reputation back in the west, but when he stumbles across an old Agency meeting point, a certain Toonlord is there to meet him. Meanwhile, Chris and Cal set about investigating Cinecolor, and their WWII super soldier program. Which Hector is the real Hector? At this stage, who knows?