There is perhaps no group of cartoon characters more iconic than the Looney Tunes. You've seen them your entire lives on lunch boxes, television shows and even tattoos. The classic series began in 1930, but several shows featuring these characters have been released since. Let's take a look at some of them that began in the 90's.
Likely the most fondly remembered on this list, Tiny Toon Adventuresdebuted in 1990. It featured new characters based off of the classic Looney Tunes. The show itself also featured all of our old favorites.
The premise of the show saw young Toons being mentored by the classic characters. It spawned several video games, toys and even its own movie. You'd likely remember them vividly if you grew up in the '90s. Now here are some shows you may not remember, or never heard of at all.
4. 'Duck Dodgers In The 24 1/2 Century'
This show was based off of the Daffy Duck alter-ego. Set in the far future, this show ran for three seasons in the mid-2000s. It was produced by Paul Dini, who was a writer on Batman: The Animated Series.
Oh boy. This show. You remember back in the mid '00s when everything got an extreme makeover? Well, the Looney Tunes were no exception.
8. Just Look At This
Loonatics Unleashed takes place in the year 2700-something (after Duck Dodger's time, duh). It's an action-packed show featuring the descendants of the classic cartoon characters we know and love. Only, you know... extreme.
This show was an attempt to slightly modernize the Looney Tunes. It ran from 2011-2013 and followed their lives as they lived in suburbia. While an interesting idea, the reactions to the unique premise were mixed.
Here's a show that's currently on the air! Wabbitis a return to the roots of Looney Tunes, with all sorts of wacky adventures and goofy gags. Consider checking it out on Cartoon Network and/or Boomerang.
Of course, we can't talk about Looney Tunes in the '90s without talking about Space Jam. This movie was a smash hit and introduced a whole new generation to these classic characters. There are all sorts of fascinating facts about this movie, such as how it all started as a shoe commercial.
It's been over 80 years since Looney Tunes debuted, and they're just as popular as ever. These characters are as timeless as they are hilarious. With all the horrors of the world, it's nice to have such a whimsical escape. This is one of the many reasons why Looney Tunes still matter.