Bugs Bunny (1990 DC 1st Series) comic books
He doesn't look it, but Bugs Bunny turned 50 in 1990. And, just in time to wish him a happy birthday, DC Comics brought you three issues of wackiness, fun and adventure, starring Bugs, Daffy Duck and the rest of the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes gang. Bugs and Daffy have stumbled onto a plot by Witch Hazel to use some mythical artifacts for the nefarious purpose of gaining power and wealth. Well, mostly power. The artifacts in question? The legendary 'Busts of Fudd,' molded out of ancient Plaztec and modeled after explorer Amerigo Fudd, ancestor of Elmer Fudd. Along with many of their friends (and a bunch of their enemies), Bugs and Daffy set off on a globe-hopping quest to stop her plot. Guest-stars the Tasmanian Devil. Written by Joey Cavalieri, with art by Chuck Fiala and John Costanza. Cover by Fiala and Kez Wilson. Cover price $1.00.
Broken China - Written by Joey Cavalieri. Art by Chuck Fiala and John Costanza. Cover by Chuck Fiala and Kez Wilson. Daffy goes to China to try to find one of the mystical Elmer Fudd heads. Characters in this issue: Bugs Bunny; Daffy Duck; Porky Pig (cameo); Don Saranarapa; Sylvester the Cat; Tweety Bird; Chip; Dale; Pepe Le Pew; Foghorn Leghorn. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.00.
Bugs and Daffy's quest for the Plaztec Fudd heads takes the Warner Bros. gang to the farthest reaches of outer space as the wacky rabbit's miniseries rockets to its cosmic conclusion, with guest stars Porky Pig, Foghorn Leghorn, Elmer Fudd, Witch Hazel, Marvin the Martian and more! Written by Joey Cavalieri, with art by Chuck Fiala and John Costanza. Cover by Fiala and Kez Wilson. Cover price $1.00.