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Looney Tunes (1994 DC) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 1

    LOONEY TUNES is an anthology of fresh stories starring the classic Warner Bros. animated characters in their uniquely zany world. Includes stories with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Marvin the Martian, Wile E. Coyote, the Road Runner, Sylvester and Sylvester, Jr. Featuring work by Jack Enyart, George Wildman, Scott McRae, B. Koth and Dilapsa Studio. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #2
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 2

    More hare-raising fun and excitement takes place this issue as the unflappable Bugs Bunny and that maladjusted mallard Daffy Duck square off in an explosive battle brought to you by David Cody Weiss, George Wildman and Scott McRae. And if that weren't enough, Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner and Foghorn Leghorn star in stories of their own by B. Koth, Neil Grahame, Dave Hunt, John Walker and Dilapsa Studio. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #3
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 3

    It's a raucous game of baseball blunders as the Looney Tunes, coached by Yosemite Sam, take to the field in a "friendly" game against the Chicago Maulers. By Dave King, Chuck Fiala and Steve Collins. Plus: A Pepe Le Pew and Penelope tale by Jack Enyart, Stephanie Gladden and Scott McRae, and Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner star in a story by B. Koth and Dilapsa Studio. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #4
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 4

    There's a new twist on the adventures of Marco Polo with Daffy Duck bumbling his way across China as Ducko Polo in the uproarious "Peking Duck." By Jack Enyart and Horacio Saavedra. Also featuring a tale with Bugs Bunny and Witch Hazel by Enyart, John Costanza and Dave Hunt, and a story starring Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner by B. Koth and Alvaro Flores. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #5
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 5

    Wile E. Coyote's latest failed attempt to catch the elusive Road Runner lands him in outer space for a close encounter of the funniest kind with...Marvin the Martian. By Jack Enyart, George Wildman and Scott McRae. This issue also features a story starring Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #6
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 6

    Sylvester's insatiable appetite for Tweety leads him to his strangest plan yet - Sylvester as a bird. By Jack Enyart, Walter Carzon and Steve Collins. Plus: Taz celebrates a birthday, and Foghorn Leghorn gets up to his usual antics. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #7
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 7

    On Halloween, Bugs and Daffy go in search of treats but soon find themselves tricked into being the main ingredients in Witch Hazel's special Halloween stew. By Steve Korte, Alvaro Flores and Luis Sepulveda. Also in this isue: Marvin the Martian thinks it's about time for an invasion. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #8
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 8

    Those bumbling gangsters Mugsy and his partner have a problem: where to hide their stolen loot? A rabbit-hole seems the perfect choice...until its occupant turns out to be Bugs Bunny. By David Cody Weiss and Horacio Saavedra. Plus, Wile E. Coyote tries to nab the Road Runner "By Air, Land and Sea." By Dave King and Neil Grahame. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #9
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 9

    When Speedy Gonzales's town tires of being ambushed by the dreaded bandit Serape Sam, the townsfolk hire the only gunslinger they can afford..."The Duck With No Name." By Jack Enyart and George Wildman, who also bring you a tale starring Pepe Le Pew and Penelope. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #10
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 10
    Published Jan 1995 by DC.

    This issue features a special 18-page Christmas story featuring Bugs Bunny as Santa Claus and Daffy Duck as a certain red-nosed reindeer. After St. Nick suffers a fall, Bugs and Daffy embark on a journey around the globe delivering gifts to the rest of the Looney Tunes cast. By Jack Enyart, George Wildman and Scott McRae. Plus, a tale starring Sylvester and Sylvester, Jr. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #11
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 11
    Published Feb 1995 by DC.

    Elmer Fudd's plans for a relaxing ski vacation away from Daffy Duck backfire when he has several encounters of the most "despicable" kind. By John Walker and George Wildman. Also featured in this issue: Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam in a tale by David Cody Weiss, Bobbi JG Weiss, Wildman and Scott McRae, and Wile E. Coyote continuing his pursuit of the Road Runner in a story by B. Koth and Dilapsa Studio. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #12
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 12
    Published Mar 1995 by DC.

    Goofy Gangsters Rocky and Mugsy go against Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck in "The Cotton Tail Club." By Dave King, Chuck Fiala and Scott McRae. Plus, Sylvester is one nervous father when Sylvester, Jr. goes out on his first date...with a dog?! By David Cody Weiss, Bobbi JG Weiss and Horacio Saavedra. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #13
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 13
    Published Apr 1995 by DC.

    The slavering Tasmanian Devil once again tries to make Bugs Bunny his dinner...only to land himself in jail. By Bobbi JG Weiss and Horacio Saavedra. Also featured in this issue: Wile E. Coyote latches onto more than he bargained for in a tale written by Jack Enyart, and Foghorn Leghorn stars in a story by B. Koth and George Wildman. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #14
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 14
    Published May 1995 by DC.

    It ain't duck season. It ain't rabbit season. It's football season, with Daffy Duck as quarterback and Speedy Gonzales as MVP. Even a players' strike won't save this team. Also featured in this issue: stories with the Tasmanian Devil, Bugs Bunny and Wile E. Coyote. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #15
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 15
    Published Jun 1995 by DC.

    There's one diamond too many at the baseball stadium when Bugs Bunny's quiet afternoon is interrupted by three crooks who've just pulled off the biggest diamond heist of the century! By Bobbi JG Weiss and Horacio Saavedra. Also featured: Pussyfoot in a tale written by Jack Enyart. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #16
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 16
    Published Jul 1995 by DC.

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    When famed pianist and cheapskate extraordinaire Yosemite Sam checks into a hotel and snubs the wrong bellman - namely Daffy Duck - he spends the rest of the night paying for his mistake. By Dave Rawson, Jose Quartieri and Mike DeCarlo. This issue also features Daffy and Speedy Gonzales in a story by Jack Enyart, John Costanza and Scott McRae. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #17
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 17
    Published Aug 1995 by DC.

    At a scientific outpost in the Antarctic, Sylvester teaches Sylvester, Jr. how to hunt...a penguin?! By Bobbi JG Weiss and Horacio Saavedra. This issue also features Speedy Gonzales in a tale written by Jack Enyart. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #18
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 18
    Published Sep 1995 by DC.

    Banished to a dilapidated space station far across the galaxy, Duck Dodgers and his loyal space cadet Porky must defend the world against an alien invasion of...mosquitoes?! By Bobbi JG Weiss, David Cody Weiss, John Costanza and Scott McRae. Plus, stories featuring Pussyfoot and Wile E. Coyote. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #19
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 19
    Published Oct 1995 by DC.

    Elmer Fudd is Emperor Newo and Bugs Bunny is the unfortunate gladiator sent to the Colosseum to defend his life in this zany retelling of Ben Hur. By David Cody Weiss, Cosme Quartieri and Scott McRae. Plus, Duck Dodgers stars in a tale by Jack Enyart, Quartieri and McRae. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #20
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 20
    Published Nov 1995 by DC.

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    It's hunter vs. hunted...and the jury's still out on which is which when Sylvester tries to teach Sylvester, Jr. how to trap birds. By Jim Higgins and Dilapsa Studio. Plus, stories featuring Bugs Bunny and Wile E. Coyote. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #21
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 21
    Published Feb 1996 by DC.

    Stories by Dana Kurtin and Jack Enyart. Art by Walter Carzon, Rudolfo Mutoverria, George Wildman and Scott McRae. What light through yonder window breaks? It's Taz! Only the devil from under Down Under could play Juliet to Daffy Duck's Romeo in this tasteless revival entitled, "Romeo and Drooliet"! Plus: "Devil With a Blue Dress On" and "An Itch In Time"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #22
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 22
    Published Apr 1996 by DC.

    Stories by Bobbi J G Weiss and David Cody Weiss. Art by Horacio Saavedra & Ruben Torreiro and Eduardo Savid & Horacio Ottolini. In the modern world of political correctness, Elmer Fudd lays down his gun and falls back on the weapons of his huntsman forefathers to bag Bugs Bunny. But even armed to the teeth with slingshots, snares and traps, Elmer ends up in hot water...literally! Featuring: "Fudd Hunt"! Plus: Tweety and Sylvester in "Punch 'n Tweety"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #23
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 23
    Published Jun 1996 by DC.

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    Stories by Jack Enyart and Dana Kurtin. Art by Horacio Saavedra & Ruben Torreiro and Eduardo Savid & Horacio Ottolini. No one likes to work with a prima donna. So when Warner Bros. Studios decides to film the biography of Daffy, the duck doesn't get the lead role! The other Looney Tunes stars audition for the part, reenacting Daffy's greatest misadventures! Featuring: "This Isn't Your Life, Daffy Duck!" Plus: Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam in "Masseuse On the Loose"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #24
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 24
    Published Aug 1996 by DC.

    Stories by Mark McKain and Robert Graff & Alison Heartinger. Art by Pablo Zamboni & Scott McRae and Cosme Quartieri & Khato. It's union vs. labor when Yosemite Sam moves into the quiet town of Bugsville, formerly population 1, with plans to develop the sleepy burg into a thriving metropolis. But no matter how large the town gets, it'll never be big enough for Bugs and Sam in "Hare On the Range"! Plus: Tweety and Sylvester in "Get Tweety"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #25
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 25
    Published Oct 1996 by DC.

    Stories by Dana Kurtin & Dan Slott and Terry Collins. Art by Nelson Luty & Horacio Ottolini and Pablo Zamboni & Khato. This landmark 25th issue is a laugh-riot of zany antics starring the classic and beloved Warner Bros. characters! Featuring: Daffy Duck in "Raiders of the Lost Art!" and "Mrs. Duckfired"! Plus: Sylvester and Tweety in "Sense and Insensitivity"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #26
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 26
    Published Dec 1996 by DC.

    Cover by Walter Carzon. Stories by Dana Kurtin & Dan Slott, Sean Carolan & Jennifer Moore and Alison Heartinger. Art by Nelson Luty & Horacio Ottolini, Pablo Zamboni & Khato and Horacio Saavedra & Ruben Torreiro. Alfred Hitchfudd presents...a trilogy of horror as Sylvester stumbles from one vertiginous thriller to another, discovering that life in a quiet New England town is for The Birds. Join the fun as Sylvester meets Psycho in "Psylvester"! Plus: Daffy Duck in "Modem Operandi" and Sylvester and Son in "Survival of the Unfit"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #27
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 27
    Published Feb 1997 by DC.

    Cover by Walter Carzon & Horacio Ottolini. Stories by Alison Heartinger & C M Baldwin, Dave King and Sean Carolan & Jennifer Moore. Art by Cosme Quartieri & Khato, Nelson Luty & Horacio Ottolini and Oscar Saavedra & Ruben Torreiro. As the 20th century draws to a close, the Looney Tunes must learn to coexist or be replaced by softer, squeakier toons. Placed in a sealed biodome, can they resist the temptations of anvils and the Acme deathtraps to emerge as kindler, gentler cartoon stars? See for yourself in "Once a Toon, Always a Toon"! Plus: "Lot'O Misery" and "Love Disconnection"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #28
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 28
    Published Apr 1997 by DC.

    Stories by Alison Heartinger and Michael Eury. Art and Cover by Nelson Luty & Horacio Ottolini. Daffy passes out in a TV trance only to wake up in the sitcom world of "I Love Goosey"! He has become the Cuban singer with the star-struck wife and must compete with Goosey for the attention of a Hollywood producer attending that night's performance. Get this duck a conga drum! Plus: Marvin the Martian in "I'll Take Manhattan"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #29
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 29
    Published May 1997 by DC.

    Cover by Peter Tumminello & Mike DeCarlo. Stories by Terry Collins, Leonardo Batic and Dana Kurtin. Art by Cosme Quartieri & Khato, Leonardo Batic & Scott McRae and Pablo Zamboni & McRae. Your deepest sympathies are appreciated in "Stupider by the Dozen"! With the adage two heads are better than one, Wile E. Coyote clones himself attempting to create an army of super geniuses to capture the Road Runner. The only problem is the dupes turn out to be dopes, and Wile E. ends up in harm's way times twelve! Plus: Coyote and the Road Runner tale "A Kind of Magic"! And: Sylvester and Tweety tale "Widdle Wed Widing Tweety"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #30
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 30
    Published Jul 1997 by DC.

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    Cover by Nelson Luty & Horacio Ottolini. Stories by Alison Heartinger. Art by unknown. You're perusing another book, a comic not only of words and pictures, but of the mind -- a standup act in a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of the imagination. There's a 'Rabbit Season' sign up ahead -- your next stop, The Looney Zone! Three spooky tales with twisty endings: Pepe Le Pew in "Le Hitchhiker"; Daffy Duck in "The Dummy"; and Sylvester and Tweety in "Nightmare of 20,000 Tweets"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #31
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 31
    Published Aug 1997 by DC.

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    Cover by Peter Tumminello & Scott McRae. Stories by Alison Heartinger. Art by Nelson Luty & Horacio Ottolini and Oscar Gonzalez Loya. Thinking the Looney Tunes are getting a little flabby, the WB execs send them on an expedition into high country to get in shape with some extreme sports. But when mountain-boarding, bungee-jumping and river-rafting become a little old, the Tunes start to create their own daredevil sports that only Tunes could -- or would -- do! Featuring: Daffy Duck in "Wheel Determined Duck"; Sylvester and Son in "Board Out of His Mind"; and Pepe Le Pew in "Avalanche of Love"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #32
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 32
    Published Sep 1997 by DC.

    Cover by Peter Tumminello & Scott McRae. Stories by Terry Collins and Bill Matheny. Art by Omar Aranda & Scott McRae, Aranda & Horacio Ottolini and Horacio Saavedra & Ruben Torreiro. When Jerkules/Daffy -- the world's second most legendary hero -- is called into action because the most legendary hero, Hercules, has a cold, the hapless hero is ordered to perform tasks that were never intended for a mere mortal. Hercules becomes jealous of Daffy's unintentional success and ultimately challenges Daffy to a battle of gargantuan proportions! Who will prevail in "Jerkules"? Plus: Bugs Bunny in "101 Crustaceans" and Sylvester in "My Pop, My Son"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #33
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 33
    Published Oct 1997 by DC.

    Stories by Terry Collins and Bill Matheny. Art by Nelson Luty & Jim Amash, Pablo Zamboni & Ruben Torreiro and Horacio Saavedra & Torreiro. Going back to school is never fun, unless, of course, you're a Tasmanian Devil. The education system will never know what hit it in "The Education of Taz"! Plus: Ralph the Sheepdog in "Little No Sheep" and Speedy Gonzales in "Has Been Hero"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #34
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 34
    Published Nov 1997 by DC.

    Cover by Peter Tumminello. Stories by Michael Eury, Bill Matheny and Terry Collins. Art by Pablo Zamboni, Horacio Saavedra and Ruben Torreiro. Is Daffy too brusque, too unlikable? That's what the studio believes, and pairs Daffy with a lovable sidekick to soften the duck's easily ruffled feathers. But Dinky Downunder, Daffy's "little buddy," isn't so sweet when the camera's not rolling in "Side Kicked"! Plus: Porky Pig in "Inherit the Windbag" and Daffy Duck in "The Envelope Please"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #35
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 35
    Published Dec 1997 by DC.

    Stories by Terry Collins, Dave King and unknown. Art by Nelson Luty, Horacio Ottolini, Pablo Zamboni, Ruben Torreiro and unknown. Featuring: Sylvester and Tweety tale "The Hungry Hypnotist"! Plus: Road Runner tale "Extreme Coyote"! And: Accidentally frozen in the '60s in a bizarre flossing accident, Daffy 'Danger' Duck, America's #2 secret agent, awakens in the '90s. Disturbed that he's still not #1, Danger Duck sets out on his greatest disaster...er...adventure yet in "Agent Daffy"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #36
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 36
    Published Jan 1998 by DC.

    Cover by Pablo Zamboni & Jim Amash. Stories by Bill Matheny, Terry Collins and Dave King. Art by Horacio Saavedra, Pablo Zamboni and Ruben Torreiro. After Tweety nearly destroys each and every cat in the neighborhood, the cats realize they must combine forces if they hope to bring the bird down. Under the leadership of Army Sergeant Al E. Catton, the cats declare war! It's tanks, grenades and parachuting felines in "Cat Commando"! Plus: Elmer Fudd in "A Full Head O'Hare" and the Road Runner & Coyote in "Fishing Fool!" 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #37
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 37
    Published Feb 1998 by DC.

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    Cover by Pablo Zamboni & Mike DeCarlo. Stories by Bill Matheny, Terry Collins and Robert Graff. Art by Pablo Zamboni & Ruben Torreiro, Horacio Saavedra & Torreiro and Rudolfo Mutuverria & Khato. Training for the Universally Muscle-Bound contest, the Crusher upsets Bugs' hole with the pounding of his weights. No dumbbell has ever got the best of Bugs, so the rabbit struts his stuff to deflate the over-flexed Crusher in "Working Out the Bugs!" Plus: Pepe Le Pew in "The Skunk Who Loved Me" and Sylvester and Tweety in "Granny's Candy Shop"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #38
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 38
    Published Mar 1998 by DC.

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    Cover by Leonardo Batic & Ruben Torreiro. Stories by Terry Collins and Dana Kurtin. Art by Pablo Zamboni & Ruben Torreiro and Cosme Quartieri & Khato. It's Marvin the Martian's birthday, and this year he wants all of Looney Tune-dom as his present! It's Marvin vs. the Looney Tunes in "The Trouble With Mars!" Plus: Speedy Gonzales in "Puppy Love"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #39
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 39
    Published Apr 1998 by DC.

    Stories by Michael Eury. Art by Horacio Saavedra & Ruben Torreiro and Pablo Zamboni & Scott McRae. Miss Prissy has always unsuccessfully courted Foghorn Leghorn, but there's a new rooster in the barnyard courting Miss Prissy, and now Foghorn is jealous. To keep his #1 Rooster status, he challenges the newcomer to a duel in "Barnyard Gladiators"! Plus, Bugs Bunny visits a parallel world in "Hare-Allel Universe"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #40
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 40
    Published May 1998 by DC.

    Stories by Neal Sternecky and unknown. Art by Neal Sternecky & Mike DeCarlo and unknown. Wile E. Coyote's New Year Resolution is to stop chasing the Road Runner, but his attempts to find a new hobby are frustrated by old habits in "Slap-Happy New Year"! Meanwhile, Granny spends a weekend at the Shirley McLooney Meditation Center with Sylvester and Tweety as Sylvester stumbles from one life to the next as he tries to get in touch with his inner kitty in "One Life Left to Live"! Plus, when Taz sneezes his way into a Daffy and Elmer adventure, Bugs climbs in after him. How will an increasingly exasperated Daffy regain control of his own story? Find out if he does in "Sniffle Snafu"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #41
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 41
    Published Jun 1998 by DC.

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    Cover by Pablo Zamboni & Jim Amash. Stories by Terry Collins, Michael Eury and Dave King. Art by Oscar Saavedra & Ruben Torreiro, Omar Aranda & Scott McRae and Nelson Luty & Horacio Ottolini. Satellite-TV repairman Porky takes Sylvester out on a haunted house call. As Porky searches for the TV set in need of a hook-up, the two barely escape all kinds of mischievous mishaps amongst the cobwebs and spooks in "Sufferin' Satellites"! Plus, Mugsy gets kicked out of the "gang" and winds up in Bugs Bunny's home in "Hare-ied By the Mob"! And K-9 (without Marvin the Martian) finds that the Mars Pathfinder has landed...right on top of him in "Probed!" 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #42
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 42
    Published Jul 1998 by DC.

    Cover by Peter Tumminello & Mike DeCarlo. Stories by Bill Matheny, Michael Eury and Terry Collins. Art by Horacio Saavedra & Ruben Torreiro and Nelson Luty & Horacio Ottolini. Sylvester becomes a fire-breathing cat after consuming a supercharged Tobasco cocktail in the lab of a cheese factory, a new weapon that proves to be a challenge to Speedy Gonzales in "Gato El Hotto"! Plus, Pepe Le Pew seeks out the 'First Cat,' Penelope, who has just had a mishap with a painted bench, and his chase takes them through a smelly tour of the nation's capital in "The Invisible Skunk"! And Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner star in "Signs of the Times"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #43
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 43
    Published Aug 1998 by DC.

    Cover by David Alvarez & Mike DeCarlo. Stories by Terry Collins, Michael Eury and David Cody Weiss. Art by Pablo Zamboni & Ruben Torreiro, Horacio Saavedra & Torreiro and Leo Batic & Terry Beatty. You may never order anything through the mail again after you see what Sylvester gets in "Cry Uncle"! Plus, when Daffy decides to "help out" in Porky's pizza parlor, it's mayhem -- with extra cheese and pepperoni to go -- in "A Pizza My Mind"! And Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck star in "Hat Trick"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #44
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 44
    Published Sep 1998 by DC.

    Stories by Dan Slott, Terry Collins and Michael Eury. Art by David Alvarez & Mike DeCarlo, Nelson Luty & Jim Amash and Oscar Saavedra & Ruben Torreiro. Moo-ha-ha-ha! It's alive -- it's alive -- it's..."Frankentweety!" Plus, can Bugs save a shipload of secret special stuff from savage swashbuckler Sam in "Precious Cargo"? And your mouth will water when Taz gears up to eat our favorite barnyard rooster in "Southern Fried Foghorn"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #45
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 45
    Published Oct 1998 by DC.

    Cover by David Alvarez & Mike DeCarlo. Stories by Michael Eury, Terry Collins and David Cody Weiss. Art by Pablo Zamboni & Ruben Torreiro, Nelson Luty & Jim Amash and David Alvarez & Mike DeCarlo. When Marvin kidnaps Bugs for his luxurious, warm pelt, he's in for a really "Bad Hare Day"! Plus, if you think there's no such thing as ghosts, you may be surprised at what Sylvester, Jr. finds in his basement in "The Terror From Down Under"! And Daffy cracks some reeeeeeeeally bad jokes in "Wise Quacker"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #46
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 46
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

    Cover by David Alvarez & Mike DeCarlo. Stories by Terry Collins, Jenn Moore and Michael Eury. Art by David Alvarez & Mike DeCarlo and Horacio Saavedra & Ruben Torreiro. Pepe Le Pew wants you! Oh, all right, what he really wants is Penelope "le" cat. But when she hides in a store, he must be most "le devious" in "La Cage Aux Pew"! Plus, Taz gets...smart (nope, it's not a typo!) in "The Devil and Dr. Webster"! And Sylvester faces Granny's newest purchase in the field of Tweetybird protection: "Robocoop"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #47
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 47
    Published Dec 1998 by DC.

    Cover by David Alvarez & Mike DeCarlo. Stories by Dan Slott, Michael Eury and Sean Carolan & Jennifer Moore. Art by David Alvarez, Pablo Zamboni, Mike DeCarlo, Jim Amash and Scott McRae. What would you do if a weeping penguin in a top hat cried ice cubes onto your toes? You'd eat him, of course! And if you're Wile E. Coyote, you'll get mashed, clobbered and frozen trying in "Snow Way Out"! Plus, watch Daffy take out the competition with vim, vigor and vacuum cleaners in "Puppet Regime"! And learn all the trials of Toon etiquette with Mac 'n' Tosh! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #48
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 48
    Published Jan 1999 by DC.

    Cover by David Alvarez & Mike DeCarlo. Stories by Bill Matheny, Terry Collins, Sean Carolan & Jennifer Moore and unknown. Art by David Alvarez, Mike DeCarlo, Jim Amash and unknown. Bugs Bunny shows gangsters Rocky and Mugsy a very "Rocky Road" when the thick thugs hassle him into helpin' their heistin'! Plus, Pussyfoot accidentally gets swapped with a cleaver-clawed cougar cub: will Marc Anthony survive "Bringing Up Baby"? And: Wile E. being wile-y! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #49
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 49
    Published Feb 1999 by DC.

    Cover by David Alvarez & Mike DeCarlo. Stories by Sean Carolan & Jennifer Moore, Michael Eury and Dan Slott. Art by David Alvarez, Neal Sternecky and Mike DeCarlo. Allo! Eet ees I, Pepe Le Pew -- your lover! Ze tables zey, how you say, are turned when I am stalked by ze love-crazed chihuahua in "Swoon"! Zere ees also ze Wile E. receiving ze embrace of ze pavement in "City Scrape"! Plus, ze trop gross poulard Foghorn Leghorn een ze bosom of Mather Nature as he builds ze treehouse wiz Eggbert in "Tree For All"! You cannot resist, mon ami! Be mine! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #50
    Looney Tunes (1994 DC) 50
    Published Mar 1999 by DC.

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    Cover by David Alvarez & Mike DeCarlo. Stories by Barry Liebmann, Sean Carolan & Jennifer Moore, Dan Slott, Michael Eury and unknown. Art by David Alvarez & Mike DeCarlo and unknown. An extra-special anniversary issue featuring all of your favorite Looney Tunes! Th-th-the gang's all here, folks! Featuring (deep breath, now): Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd in "Daffy's Shot at Stardom"; Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil in "State Hair"; Porky Pig in "The Insult that Made a Boar Out of Porky"; Tweety and Sylvester in "Tales of the Kitty"; Foghorn Leghorn in "King of the Roost"; Bugs and Marvin the Martian in "Marvin Strikes Again"; Sylvester, Sylvester, Jr. and Speedy Gonzales in "Mystery Bait"; Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner in "Dated Reference"; and Pepe Le Pew and Penelope in "An Air to Remember" (whew!)! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.